|10 Great Heirloom Vegetables
There are hundreds of types of heirloom vegetables. Learning about the different types available and their unique benefits can help achieve the best success when growing. Here are a few of our favorites.
|10 Vegetables That Look as Good as They Taste
Ornamental vegetables have both looks and taste. These unusual, eye-catching beauties are sure to stir conversation in the garden or at the dinner table.
|5 Reasons To Start Seeds In Spring
Spring is the perfect time to start planting seeds. Growing seedlings at home is easier than you think. Find out the benefits of growing your own seeds and some tips to get you started.
|5 Ways To Prevent Vegetable Diseases
Disease outbreaks in vegetables can be prevented. Here are 5 gardening habits to keep your garden free of disease and growing healthy during the upcoming season.
|8 Great Fruit Trees for Pots
Nothing is sweeter than eating homegrown fruit. However, sometimes finding space for those fruit trees can be difficult. Luckily, these 8 trees are excellent for growing in trees pots, large trees in pots, herb container gardening and fruit trees in pots.
|Bring In the Whole Family – Promote Children’s Gardening
Here’s everything you need to know to start a kid-friendly garden, including great ideas for kid-friendly plants, projects and products.
|Common Seed-Starting Mistakes
Here are a few of the most common seed starting mistakes. If you’re determined to plant seeds, doing it right will improve your success. Let us help with everything from proper depth to correct timing.
|Common Vegetable Pests
Pests want to eat your homegrown produce too. To keep your garden safe from insects and other pests you have to understand the different types and signs of infestation.
|Controlling Fruit Tree Diseases
Growing fruit trees can be deliciously rewarding. With proper planting and some special care, you can avoid insects, control diseases and grow a harvest you can be proud of. In fruit tree diseases in California, for example, where apricots are pruned in summer to prevent Eutypa Dieback, which is spread through pruning cuts by winter rains.
|Create Your Own Container Herb Garden
Growing your own container herb garden can be easy and delicious. Herb container gardening homegrown herbs from your own herb container garden offer a whole new level of satisfaction and can be done right out of a barrel.