We wanted a greenhouse, but creating that big of a structure doesn’t fit with our terrain, so we built a cold frame near the house to start seeds for this year’s garden.
There are many ways to use row cover in your garden. It isn’t just for frost protection. Discover these clever ways to use row cover that you might not have considered.
Broccoli is a favorite crop of many gardeners, but don’t get stuck in a rut with this veggie. These 5 unusual broccoli varieties will add beauty to your garden and flavor to your meals.
To accommodate vines that grow as high as six feet, these fun sugar snap pea trellis ideas bring a touch of creativity to the garden as they keep the vines upright.
Perennials are terrific garden plants. It’s easy to divide perennials using one of these techniques. The result will be happier, healthier plants and extras to share with neighbors and friends.
The best plants aren’t the ones you order from a catalog, but ones you encounter by some divine appointment. This year, I have a meeting with elderberries, and I can’t wait.
Nothing is more critical to the success of a garden than its soil. Learn why soil tests are so beneficial and get tips on how to properly conduct a soil test.
If you plan to put in a garden, a soil tiller is a great machine to have in your shed. Here are a few things to consider when shopping for a soil tiller.
Parsley is an easy to grow herb that deserves a place in every garden. But is flat or curly parsley a better choice for you? Learn what separates the two.
The onset of spring can be quick, and our bees become active as soon as the weather allows. The crocus helps them while providing us with gorgeous colors.