Low-maintenance and versatile, succulents are great for crafting. These fall succulent projects are fun to make and wonderful to share with family and friends.
Rocks are generally a nuisance on farms, but if you have lots of them around, why not embrace that fact and put them to good use? Here are some ideas.
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.
Navigate the wrath of yellow jackets — aggressive insects that can each sting multiple times — by understanding seasonal changes in their behavior.
Predatory beetles are helpers in the garden, consuming many different pest insects. Learn how 5 groups work as well as some of their identifying factors.
Many of these items can go in your compost, but spot application where they are most needed in your soil can provide more benefits to your plants.
With the right production system, a farmer can grow many hundreds of pounds of oyster mushrooms per year in a relatively small indoor space. Here’s how it works.
Many plants we grow as annuals are frost-sensitive perennials. Keeping them from year to year is easy if you follow one of these methods of overwintering geraniums and other plants.