A website that plans your garden FOR YOU! You tell it where you live, it tells you what to plant and when, designs your garden for you, and gives you daily reminders of what to do.

Tomatoes are one of those hearty plants that result in a huge harvest. Well, most of the time. With a little preparation and by following a few basic tips, even a beginner can have success! Empress of Dirt shares her knowledge with eBay with the ten best tips you need to know before planting tomatoes. Already have your garden in? Read on – there are great tips for growing plants as well!

Got Pallets? Hate weeding? Don't feel like turning up a bunch of grass? Use a pallet as a garden bed - staple garden cloth on the backside of the pallet fill with dirt and start growing! Courtesy of: Backyard Diva

Old crib sides recycled into a garden trellis.

Raspberries will grow happily in a container on your patio. Great idea for any vine berries- will keep them from completely taking over.

Vegetable Garden Planner - A website that plans your garden FOR YOU! You tell it where you live, it tells you what to plant and when, designs your garden for you, and gives you daily reminders of what to do.

Another Really Nice Vegetable Garden.

The Homestead Survival | A Victory Garden For A Family Of Five | http://thehomesteadsurvival.com

Follow this one tip in your garden get a ton of strawberries! Also a little strawberry education!

Enter in your zip code and it tells you what to plant and when! Also, easy instructions of how to plant those veggies & fruits.

How to grow bell peppers —two-level trellis to support pepper plants

Potted meyer lemon trees are easy to grow and produce luscious fruit. I get over 100 lemons off of my potted tree every year.

Pillbox Seed Storage DIY

So clever! Drill holes through a yardstick and start planting your seeds. It takes the guesswork out of spacing.

vertical garden

Potted herb garden

how to build a garden box

Your #Seeding Calendar - A cheat-sheet of when and how to plant the most common edibles' seeds. By Rob Sproule, Salisbury Greenhouse