How can I take out a large section of lawn that I want to turn into a garden bed?
To keep your trees and shrubs thriving, watering before and after planting is an essential task.
Learn your options for organic weed control.
My indoor seedlings are keeling over, why?
Sometimes there are areas in a yard that seem to collect all the runoff rain, eroding the lawn and creating a soggy eyesore. Instead of giving up and letting this mushy space hinder the beauty of your landscape, use it …
If you think about the natural habitats of trees and turfgrasses, it only makes sense that these two plants have different survival needs, thus not mixing well together in the same location.
I know you should rotate crops according to their family, but are there any other guidelines for crop rotation?
Learn how to make soil blocks and plant seeds in them, with Tricia from Peaceful Valley Grow Organic.
I am doing some winter pruning. Should I “top” my trees to prevent storm damage?
Pruning your trees can help encourage healthy growth and maintain the desired structure you want. To prevent harm when cutting branches thicker than 1 inch, you should use the 3-cut method:
Some seeds can actually germinate quicker and healthier when supplied with warm soil—obtained usually through a bottom heat source.