For the home gardener, saving your own seeds is a beneficial practice. Not only does it save you money, because you're not having to purchase new seeds every year, but you're also ensuring a bit or survival safety if things every get really bad and you need to rely on the fruits and vegetables you grow as a source of food for survival.
Carrots have not always been the color we associate with them today. Read more information about their history and uses throughout the ages, as well as their health benefits.
The guide will help explain what a bulb is and walk you through when and how to plant each type. You can also scroll through to see what hardiness zone you are in. Knowing your hardiness zone can point you in the right direction to the perfect flowers for your garden. Happy planting!
Faced with a brown lawn during summer dry spells and winter, when lawns naturally go dormant, some homeowners have made the switch to synthetic turf. However, before considering this expense, take into account the many benefits that a natural green space provides.
If you had room to plant only three vegetables, what would they be and why?
Commercially made potting mixtures are relatively cheap these days. They contain a unique blend of materials for holding plant roots and carry nutrients the plant needs for growth and sustenance. The downside is they often rely on inorganic materials and synthetic fertilizers.
How to use stem cuttings to grow new plants for your home and garden.
You have probably heard a lot of terminology being floated around in your vegetable garden. Here are five popular ones that will look familiar to you and what they mean.
Build this simple cloche with just a little expense and a bit of carpentry skill, you can add months to your gardening pleasure.