Laura Cox from the Tennessee-based agricultural cooperative Cox Homestead tells us how overcoming a bout of the flu led to inventing one of her venture's most popular products.
Use succession planting to make sure your garden provides the food you want when you need it, and without surplus crops you can't use in time.
Daylilies are wildly common in flower gardens, but did you know the plants are as edible as they are beautiful? From petals down to its tubers, a daylily offers tons of surprising flavor.
A beneficial plant for pollinators, herbalists and even brewers, yarrow is an herb that every gardener should know. Grow some in your garden to see for yourself.
Want more homegrown crops but short on space? Grow up! You can trellis your garden plants to get a bigger, better harvest with even limited growing space.
Hostas are plenty common in ornamental gardens, but did you know you can eat them, too? Both the shoots and leaves are edible and delicious.