Working with nature to grow a forest garden means more diverse harvests for youâ€”and greater protection against drought, pests and soil erosion.
It's hard to wait for warm weather to ripen garden tomatoes, so plant these early season heirloom tomatoes for a sooner seasonal harvest.
Tree protection in the form of guards or shelters keep rodents, deer and other threats at bay while young trees establish themselves.
A hĂĽgelkultur allows you to compost slow-to-decay materials while growing nutrient-hungry plants on top. Learn more in this excerpt from "The Regenerative Garden."
In addition to providing nectar for honeybees and native pollinators, insectary strips provide some non-bug benefits, tooâ€”including food and flowers!
Crop succession, especially in smaller market garden spaces, requires plenty of planning. These 10 operation cycles steps will help you get the job done.
The number and types of worms present in your garden over time can tell you a lot about your soil. Here's how you can start taking worm counts.