Gardening in the shade presents special challenges, but plenty of beautiful annual flowers for the shade exist that can help liven up a shady bed, border or container.
These kid-size crops can be grown in raised beds or containers. They’re chosen to inspire young imaginations, promote nutrition and spark the desire to learn more about gardening.
Do you know which types of tomatoes are best for your vegetable garden? Here are the differences between indeterminate, determinate and dwarf varieties.
Succession planting lets you harvest a crop over a longer period, which prevents waste and lengthens your selling time. It also helps in several ways you might not have considered.
Squash is fairly easy to grow, it produces a lot and is versatile in the kitchen. But is it better to start squash from seed or transplants? Here are the pros and cons of each.
How do you know which are the best edible flowers for your garden? Here are 5 favorites that make delightful additions to salads, sandwiches and desserts.
Ramp up your foraging expeditions with these springtime plants. Some can help you clear out the buildup of winter crud in the body and transition into spring.
Broccoli is a favorite crop of many gardeners, but don’t get stuck in a rut with this veggie. These 5 unusual broccoli varieties will add beauty to your garden and flavor to your meals.
To accommodate vines that grow as high as six feet, these fun sugar snap pea trellis ideas bring a touch of creativity to the garden as they keep the vines upright.