Frying peppers are the oft-forgotten pepper—outshone by bell peppers and hot peppers—but deserve gardeners’ and hobby farmers’ attention, too.
You don’t need much land—or any—to start your medicinal herb container garden. Grow these plants indoors or out for a beautiful and healthful garden.
Compost is an incredible transformation of organic material into a rich nutrient source for your plants. Here’s what you need to know to start composting.
Too late for seed potatoes? As long as they're free of growth inhibitors, even run-of-the-mill potatoes can thrive in large containers.
One of the easiest herbs to grow is also one of the most flavorful in your three-season garden. Try dill this year and add some zing to your diet.
When starting a garden, it’s important to grow some early producers to keep spirits and harvests up. Here are 10 quick-growing plants you can grow.
Chickens tend to get all the glory, but if you’re looking for small-scale, urban livestock, consider rabbits—the hair-raising mammals are perfect pets!
Many urban dwellers are surprised to learn that they’re legally allowed to keep goats. But ask yourself these questions before making the leap.
Are your soil conditions lacking? Or are you short on land for planting a garden? Straw bale gardening just might be the solution to your gardening challenges.