Grow basil for a garden smell that stops you in your tracks and a taste in your cooking that will earn you rave reviews. This easy herb is a treat for the senses.
Homemade tea and jellies used to be commonplace—until researchers suggested that a sassafras root ingredient was potentially carcinogenic.
When starting a garden, it’s important to grow some early producers to keep spirits and harvests up. Here are 10 quick-growing plants you can grow.
Starting a field-gleaning program to donate seconds produce is a great way to help others—and reap benefits for your farm in the process.
Looking for a new way to bring income to your small farm? Consider starting a pumpkin patch to grow seasonal squash for sale during harvest season.
The leaves as well as roots of the marshmallow, a prairie plant, are used in remedies for digestive, respiratory and urinary tract problems.
Planting garlic is only the first step in enjoying this delicious crop. Learn how properly harvesting and drying homegrown garlic can improve its shelf-life