Guess what? You can grow your favorite herbs indoors! Find out what the best herbs to grow indoors are, how to water your herb garden, what the ideal containers are, how to fertilize your little plants, and what the right temperatures for growing are. You’ll have a fabulous indoor garden in no time.
Summer’s over, but that doesn’t mean your gardening is done for the year! You can grow yummy veggies in your garden this fall. Find out all you need to know to ensure a plentiful harvest, from getting the garden ready to caring for your garden. Plus, learn which vegetables will survive a frost.
Learn about these common vegetable gardening mistakes and how you can easily fix them so you have more fresh produce year after year. Common gardening mistakes include planting too early, forgetting to weed, crowding plants together and not composting your soil.
Flip your perspective to vertical when it comes to planning your next vegetable or flower garden! These fun ideas for using every day items to make a vertical garden are great for small yards or apartments.
It's harvest time for your vegetable garden! Make hauling and harvesting your produce much easier with this DIY harvest tote. You only need a wooden crate to make this tote that will free up your hands.
Want to make your homemade brew even better? Try growing hops, an essential ingredient in beer! Find out more about what hops are, what the different varieties of hops are, how to grow hops, and how to care for hops by each season.
A window that sees lots of sun is your secret to success when growing an herb garden indoors! You may still want to buy a grow-light, though, for extra growing power. Find out which herbs are best to grow indoors, and how to water and fertilize your herbs. Also, learn which containers will work the best, and what temperature and soil is ideal for your herbs.
Green onions make a great addition to many dishes, and you’ll love being able to pick them fresh from your garden! Find out all you need to know about growing green onions (also called scallions, onions with blades, or bunching onions). Whether you’re planting from seed or onion sets, get the knowledge you need for a fabulous harvest.