The dirty secret to success in the garden is having great garden soil. It usually doesn’t happen naturally, it takes a little time to build great soil.
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There are so many gorgeous vegetable garden plants that you can tuck into your front yard landscaping. You can replace many typical plants in the flower bed with beautiful edibles.
Winter is coming soon, so preparing raised beds for winter is the next step in the garden. There are a few things you can do to make your spring garden far more productive.
Grow your own garlic? Why would anyone want to grow garlic when it’s right there at the store? There are more reasons than you might think.
It might surprise you that they treat garlic with chemicals to keep it from sprouting? Do you know what those chemicals do to your body? Me either. No thanks.
Companion planting is growing things together that help each other with a symbiotic relationship. Learn what the best plants are to plant with radishes.
Carrots love tomatoes but all veggies don’t grow well together. Companion planting is growing things that thrive together and help each other. Here are some companion plants for peas.
Ever wondered how hard it would be to grow brussel sprouts? They look so cool on the stalks and are so yummy. Nothing beats homegrown brussel sprouts.
You grow brussel sprouts in spring or fall in the cooler temperatures. They grow on one main stem with a spiral of tiny sprouts on the outside.
Starting a school garden can be such a game-changer for children’s education, but where does the funding come from? Check out these grants for school gardens to see if your program is eligible.
Sometimes the garden can put out more food than you know what to do with. Find ways for using your excess garden produce from your summer garden here.
One summer my little sprouts and I grew 89 pounds of sweet potatoes in our front flowerbed. They looked gorgeous all summer and we had tons of excess sweet potatoes to enjoy.
For other excess garden produce, check this out too.