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.
Want to create a compost but don’t have enough materials to get started? Deanna Caswell and Daisy Siskin of Little House in the Suburbs share how to adapt purchased compost to reflect the richness of homemade compost.
Watch a video about making compost. Read Article
Can invasive plants be disposed of in the compost pile? Read these tips to find out the answer and more. Read Article
As you celebrate Memorial Day weekend, and hopefully spend ample time working in your garden and yard, be sure to also make some time to check out the new and expanded $14.99 and Under section at Horticulture’s official store, GardenersHub.com. … Read Article
Do I really need to buy planting mix when planting shrubs? Read Article
I’ve heard some trees have leaves that emit a substance that can harm or kill plants. What trees are they and should I treat their leaves differently during fall cleanup? Read Article
Where do you need blessings and overall good juju more than over your compost heap?