In an effort to provide extra nutrition to your garden soil, you could inadvertently be adding harmful chemicals. Use these tips to make smarter fertilizing decisions.
If you have a low-lying, poorly drained or waterlogged area in your yard, you can create a bog garden rather than installing a drainage system or filling it in.
Feeding animals out of the garden during summer is a great way to save a little money on feed, as well as provide the health benefits of natural homegrown fruits and veggies. For our little farm hands, though, it can also mean inadvertently making the animals sick.
It never ceases to amaze me how much of my life revolves around feces! From baby diapers to golden compost, much of my day is spent cleaning, shoveling or scooping poop.
If you’re looking for an easy project to start soon after the ground thaws, consider making new plants from root cuttings. It’s a great and inexpensive way to expand your garden, and spring and early fall are great times to do it.