Plant Breeding for the Home Gardener How to Create Unique Vegetables & Flowers by Joseph Tychonievich 216 pages Timber Press, 2013 List price: $19.95 For me, the best kind of non-fiction books are those in which you can “hear” the … Read Article
Most gardeners would agree that crops should be rotated, but the reality is that this is not always necessary. If you have a small garden, it may even prove impossible.
Watch this video to learn how to grow pomegranate at home.
Set your tender plants outside up to weeks earlier than what is recommended for your climate zone, with water-filled teepees!
As a new grandmother I looked into some ideas for planting a themed edible garden with kids in mind.
The Speedy Vegetable Garden by Mark Diacono & Lia Leendertz 208 pages Timber Press, 2013 List price: $18.95 Some people aren’t into gardening and some people are obsessed with it. The Speedy Vegetable Garden is for those that are somewhere … Read Article
Whether you prefer red or white beans, pinto or kidney types, you can group all dry beans into three categories based on how they grow:
Do you love raspberries and blackberries in the summer? You can grow your own with just a little care.
I know you should rotate crops according to their family, but are there any other guidelines for crop rotation?
Many herbs do quite well in the backyard garden and make a fine addition to the perennial edible garden. Some can be invasive, but there are tricks for dealing with them. By taking a look at plant color and height, … Read Article
Virtues: We love bok choy for its large, lush, deep green leaves that rest on top of creamy white stalks; these leafy veggies are full of mild flavor, perfect for stir-fry.