Raised garden beds are great for growing your own food. Filling them can be expensive. There are great options to fill raised garden beds on a budget.
Some crops offer more benefits for you and your family and if you’re a beginning gardener, you might not know where to start. Here are some of the most essential crops to grow for a survival garden.
We know homegrown food is good for us. Some foods you can grow at home are even better than others due to their nutrient-rich nature. Check out some of these superfoods you can grow at home.
Are you looking for a way to help save food and save money? A great way to do this is to take the time to learn how to preserve food with dehydration. Dehydrating is a great way to use excess produce from the garden!
Doing a children’s garden daycare activity is one of the best things I’ve ever done with my kids. We have a large preschool garden, but even a 5-gallon bucket-sized garden can teach kids a ton! Gardening with kids is important!
This ultimate guide will give you the best fruit to grow in Oklahoma and how to grow them best. You’ll be growing sweet treats in no time even if you are a beginning gardener.
In your garden, you will meet many challenges, from heatwaves and drought to pests and diseases. Grasshoppers and hornworms are two of the most common and destructive pests. There are ways to repel these insects and to get rid of them allowing you to save your garden.
Gardening teaches kids so much about science, math, and nature. It can also help them learn the importance of nutrition. Check out these kids garden ideas to get your kids started in the garden.
Growing gourds is fun and there are so many things you can do with them. We grow bushel gourds, birdhouse gourds, and luffa gourds every year.
You can use a variety of containers, including upside-down planters, pots, 5-gallon buckets, and a raised garden bed to grow tomatoes. You can also grow them in the ground. There are pros and cons to each of these different styles of growing. There are a few keys to how to grow tomatoes in a bucket!