Save your vegetable garden! With these companion plants, you can up your harvest and avoid sharing your produce with unwanted pests.
If squash vine borers are on your farm and protection isn’t in place, don’t count on growing your own Halloween jack-o’-lantern this year.
I am thrilled to pieces that the vegetable garden is fully planted! I’ve been chiseling away at it for the past several weeks, and yesterday I finally hammered in the last of the tomato stakes.
There is so much to do this time of year! I’ve been busy mulching all my beds and planting more spring crops. The first planting of radish and lettuce are already up, and I’ll probably have radish ready for harvest in another week or so—but I have a problem.
It’s time to head out and cut back last year’s asparagus ferns. Asparagus pruning is one of my least favorite springtime chores, but it’s also one of the most essential.