From unused liquids to coffee grounds and spent corks to good ol’ compost, the home is filled with materials that will do your garden good (and save you some cash).
A small yard doesn’t mean you can’t start tree farming. An expert shares some tips for successfully growing plants of any size in containers—even indoors.
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.