|Summer Vegetable Care
In midsummer, vegetable gardens hit full stride. This means they require top-notch care so your plants can stay healthy, strong and delicious through the rest of the summer and into the fall.
|Ten Great Reasons to Use Drip Irrigation
Drip irrigation systems are one of the most efficient ways to water your plants. Discover the benefits of drip irrigation and how easy these systems can be to install and adjust.
|The Deadly Threat To Citrus
Asian Citrus Psyllid (ACP) is a tiny insect that threatens citrus around the world. As a carrier of incurable Citrus Greening Disease, ACP must be stopped. Learn the telltale signs of this invasive pest and this disease, who to contact, and how to protect against it.
|The Importance of Average Frost Dates
Frost can be dangerous to plants. Learning about the average frost dates for your area can make for a successful spring planting, fall garden prep and more.
|Tips for Extending the Garden Season
Cold weather doesn’t mean the end of gardening. By knowing your plants and tracking regional weather patterns, there are some gardening tricks you can use to extend your gardening season.
|Tips for Raised-Bed Gardening
Raised beds provide excellent growing conditions. There are a lot of benefits, better drainage, customized soil and many more, including a large harvest from a small space.
|Vertical Vegetable Gardening
Gardening using trellises and other supports can be easy and productive, if you follow these simple tips. Learn how to make your own trellis, the benefits of gardening vertically, and which vegetables do best.
|What Is a Dwarf Fruit Tree?
You don't need a lot of space to grow a fruit tree. Fruit trees come in a lot of different sizes, including dwarf, which means you can have a tiny tree that still yields fruit.