Gardening can be an expensive hobby or an inexpensive way to produce top quality food. Look for cheap or free garden resources and here’s how.
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Learning to grow fruit in your own home garden can be a very rewarding experience. Fresh homegrown fruit that is picked at the peak of ripeness has a flavor that is unforgettable.
Are you a first-time gardener and want to find the easy to grow vegetables for your first garden voyage? Check out these simple to grow favorites.
When you think of a vegetable garden, you probably think of tomatoes. I would say tomatoes are the number one most popular garden vegetable to grow in the home garden. I’m sure it’s because homegrown tomatoes are so vastly better than store-bought. But tomatoes can be finicky and difficult to grow. What are the easy to grow vegetable favorites for beginners?
You can grow hot peppers and sweet peppers to add nutrition and flavor to your dishes. You just need a few things for success.
Gardening affects the whole person. It changes your mood. It teaches us. Kids can learn a ton in the garden, but gardening with kids affects mind body and soul
EGYPTIAN WALKING ONIONS: Did you know there were perennial onions that keep growing in your vegetable garden without replanting?
The garden has so many opportunities for kids to learn, but there are more benefits to gardening than we probably realize. There are a ton of sensory benefits of gardening with kids.
Growing pole and bush green beans can be one of the most rewarding gardening experiences. They are easy to grow, have few pests and taste amazing!
If you want to garden in winter and year-round, you can do it. Check out what to do in the garden in January and February.
It’s possible that zone 7 may not have had a hard freeze in the garden in December. You could be gardening and picking out your Christmas tree.