With good planning, follow-through and, yes, patience, you can have a (nearly) maintenance-free pollinators’ paradise prairie in about three years.
Studying the effects of higher temperatures on broccoli at the molecular level offers clues into the mechanisms behind flower bolting, deformity.
Left unchecked, fast-growing vines can take over—and kill—otherwise healthy trees. Here’s how to eliminate them for good.
In The Climate Change Garden: Down to Earth Advice for Growing a Resilient Garden, authors Sally Morgan and Kim Stoddart provide timely advice.
Though “natural” is always a good goal, expect to help honeybees through the winter with supplemental feedings to sustain conditions not found in nature.
With little cost or effort, you can raise live mealworms to provide your backyard chickens for much less than you’ll pay for the store-bought, dried treats.
Before you pull out the chainsaw, why not use that fallen tree to feed yourself, shelter area wildlife and more? Here are 10 ideas to get you started.
Providing area woodpeckers with some extra nesting options is as simple as repurposing a large fallen limb. Here’s how to build a woodpecker house of your own.
Grow native milkweed to help monarch butterflies! Cold stratification is essential for good germination rates—and simple when you let Mother Nature do the work.