That overabundance of acorns is not a mistake, but rather trees’ coordinated effort to reproduce, affecting rodents, insects and humans.
You can grow turnips year-round in some areas, and while they’re not always the easiest vegetable to sell, try these methods to find and attract buyers.
With a combination of cover, timing, drought-tolerant crops and creative water sources, you can grow food without irrigation.
Crops such as kale, collards, turnips and even certain types of lettuce can survive—and even improve—with frost, so they’re ideal for fall and winter planting.
Late-season butterfly flowers are critical to the health of these important pollinators. The nectar they provide helps the insects survive the winter. Here are some great plants for the job.