|Cultivate To Stimulate Young Transplants
Get your transplants off to a fast start by cultivating, or simply turning the soil around plants. Whether you’re transplanting edibles, flowers or other plants, you’ll see the results.
|Fall Strategies To Protect Next Spring's Edibles
Tomato Hornworms can be a serious garden threat. Keeping these pests from feasting on edibles in your garden starts with some pre-planning in the fall.
|Freezing Your Harvest
You can preserve your garden flavors in a freezer. Freezing vegetables and fruits preserves color, quality and nutrients better than other preservation methods.
|Garlic Is King
Here’s how to start growing garlic in your garden. This delicious herb is a key ingredient in many cuisines and offers many health benefits.
|Get Started With Home Canning
Canning your produce can preserve summer flavors. Home-canned items trim dollars off the grocery budget and provide preservative-free food that lasts for years.
|Get Your Garden Ready For Winter
Prepare your garden for frosty weather. This simple to-do list can help protect plants, get rid of insects and keep faucets from freezing.
|Grow Herbs In Pots or Anywhere
Looking to grow herbs in your garden for the first time? Need more information about pots for herbs growing? These fuss-free gems offer outstanding flavors and easy-grow-it personalities for growing herbs in pots.
Strawberries are simple, easy to grow fruit. You can grow strawberries in just about any type of location, in the ground or in a container. Growing strawberries in pots in doors is also a great way to enjoy the fruit.
|Growing & Planting Broccoli
Broccoli plants are a low-maintenance edible you can grow at home. The broccoli plant is a power-packed vegetable loaded with vitamins and antioxidants and can even help prevent heart disease. Planting broccoli and growing it successfully is easy.
|Growing a Summer Salad Garden
Raising lettuce means big savings on food. Lettuce grows easily from spring to fall in your garden or in a container, yielding plenty of delicious salad leaves if properly cared for.