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When it comes to growing a lush, thriving garden, water is usually essential. However, if you want to be a little more eco friendly, lower your water bill or both, there are ways to conserve water and still have a …
Watch this video to learn the basics of gardening in raised beds.
Wouldn’t it be nice to know exactly what pesky weeds are growing within our gardens, lawns and/or fields and how we can get rid of them? Well, there is an app for that!
Set your tender plants outside up to weeks earlier than what is recommended for your climate zone, with water-filled teepees!
Late winter and early spring is a great time to prune many kinds of woody plants. Before you prune your shrubs and trees, take a few minutes to sharpen your pruners and other tools that you’ll need in the coming …
If you have a vegetable or flower garden that is essentially bare, with all the annual plants removed, you can let nature make compost for you right there. No piling, no turning, just spread it and forget it.
The classic build-it-yourself cold frame always employs a storm window as its lid.
Effective water management often means the difference between gardening success or failure. Too much water, and the roots of your plant suffocate and die, or are subject to invasion by root rot fungi. Too little water, and your plant will …
Here’s a list of resources that will help you attract, identify and enjoy the beneficial insects in your garden.
Question: Can you walk me through the different kinds of garden stakes and which stake would be best for what plants?