Weeding is not necessarily a favored garden chore, but a little perspective can make it a bit more palatable.
Find new ways to make the most of your garden bounty when you're sick of eating it yourself.
You've sketched your garden layout on graph paper and seed-saved and nurtured your seedlings and waited patiently for the frost-free date. This will be the year your garden takes off. And then Mother Nature says, "Oh, really? Watch this."
What cool weather crops are good for extending the fall garden into the colder months, or starting up the spring garden after a long winter?
Does growing cilantro leave you frustrated? Doug Oster has some helpful advice to get the plant going in your garden.
Bamboo plants can add an interesting and unique look to a space, but Doug Oster warns against letting the invasive plant into your garden.
Learning to observe is essential in planning a permaculture garden.
By William Woys Weaver
Drawn to the rich colors of the Victorian flower varieties, this heirloom gardener is carefully breeding and recreating forgotten heirloom dahlias.
Delight your taste buds, mind and eyes with beautiful photos and inspirational techniques on everything you need to know to grow, preserve and cook your own heirloom fruits and vegetables. You won’t want to miss the stories about plants passed down from generation to generation.
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