Saving your own seeds saves money and lets you always grow your favorite varieties. Learn how to dry seeds before storing them for use in next year’s garden.
North America is home to about 100 species of wild silk moths, some of which have wingspans of 7 inches—and fierce-looking caterpillars.
A search in the forest for chantereIles leaves us without mushrooms to eat but with many beautiful varieties and a good thought to ponder.
Saving herb seeds is fun and easy, and it can save you a lot of money. Follow this step-by-step guide to harvest and store herb seeds from your garden.
The invasive, odiferous tree of heaven attracts pollinators but is toxic to other plants. It has human medicinal uses, but cutting alone encourages more growth.