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!
Growing herbs on your own is one of the most rewarding experiences on your culinary journey. There’s nothing more exciting than walking out into your garden and snipping a few stalks of fresh herbs to be used in a recipe.
It’s not hard to learn how to grow your own spices. They are fresher, more flavorful and you know how they were grown. It’s fun too!
Learning how to grow Italian parsley (or any kind of parsley) is super easy and herbs are a great plant for beginning gardeners because they are so forgiving.
Do you enjoy a leafy green salad filled with tasty vegetables? Learning how to grow your own salad garden will let you keep enjoying your big, delicious salads while knowing your food is safe and saving you money!
There are few things as satisfying as eating a salad or soup made with vegetables you grew yourself. But not everyone has a ton of room. So check out these vegetable garden ideas for small spaces!
Marjoram is delicate, citrusy, and mild. It’s easy to learn how to grow marjoram and it has great health benefits and culinary uses. It’s a great herb to grow when learning how to start an herb garden.