Get in the Garden
Even if you don't have much time for gardening, you can still have a productive garden, no matter the size. How? Start with a raised bed. It's the shortcut to a bountiful harvest, even in the first year. Are you already looking forward to next year's garden? The frost may already be on the ground, but it's never too early to plan how you're going to place all your fruits and vegetables on your property, leaving room for other structures and activities. Here are seven tips from Kevin, the...
Top 5 Beginner Tips For Apartment Gardeners. Learn here the top 5, best beginner tips for apartment gardening. I've always been interested in growing my own herbs and veggies on my balcony but didn't know how to do it as a renter. Kevin walks me through the best way to gardening as a beginner and in a small space. #gardening #urbakigardening #apartmentgardens #gardeningtips #gardentricks
10 Vegetables to Plant in May If you are making gardening plans and deciding on which foods you will be growing this year, now is a good time to decide which vegetables to plant in May. Some produce needs the warmer soil, so all frosts should be over before planting most of the ten vegetables below. Hopefully, …
Raised garden beds are a popular way to grow your own fruits, veggies, and herbs at home without having to dig up your yard. They save space, make it easier to reach your garden without stooping down, and make it harder for kids, pets, and wildlife to trample or take a bite out of your harvest. Read our latest blog post for some tips and tricks.
The Drought-Defying California Garden: 230 Native Plants For A Lush, Low-Water Landscape | Author: Greg Rubin, Lucy Warren | Publisher: Timber Press | Publication Date: Apr 06, 2016 | Number of Pages: 208 pages | Language: English | Binding: Paperback | ISBN-10: 1604697091 | ISBN-13: 9781604697094
If you are looking for plants for a full sun area, try planting sun-loving ornamental grass. Full sun ornamental grass is interesting year-round, easy to grow, and there are dozens of varieties on the market. Not all ornamental grasses like the full sun; some like a bit more shade, so be sure to read the following about ornamental sun grass before planting it in full sun. Not all ornamental grasses are created equal. Some, like many reeds and tufted grass, prefer partial shade, while others...
8 Easy steps to plan & start an abundant vegetable garden! Best beginners organic gardening tips on how to grow your own food, such as design, layout, soil, compost, weed & pest control, & more! - A Piece of Rainbow #kitchengarden #potager #ediblegarden #vegetablegardening #backyard #gardens #gardening backyard, landscaping, gardening tips, #urbangardening #gardendesign #gardenideas #containergardening #DIY #homestead homesteading #gardeningtips edible garden, kitchen garden