Courtesy Hemera/Thinkstock Just because your yard isn’t big enough to plant a sapling that will grow into a majestic tree (or you have no yard at all!), doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the fruits trees have to offer. Consider planting a tree in a container, and perhaps, keep it indoors if it […]
Most of us have already started seeds this year, and now the focus should move from getting them to germinate to preparing them for life in the garden.
Last week, we talked about all the coleus varieties I’m looking forward to growing in my garden this year. Today, I’d like to share some of my favorite hints for growing coleus successfully.
Animals have more to add to your farm than meat, milk, eggs and fiber. Here’s how you can turn their manure into a valuable fertilizer for your soil.
As always, mid-May is tomato-planting time in my garden. Every year, I grow my favorites plus a few “experimental” varieties, and this year is proving to be no different.