A garden is the best way to guarantee your family’s food supply, but what about in the long term? Learn how to create, store, and most importantly, use a survival seed bank personalized for your family and environment.
What are the benefits of gardening, and they really outweigh the work involved? The answer is yes – and you get tomatoes.
There are plenty of herbs, fruits and vegetables that grow indoors, so that you can have fresh produce without worrying about pests, animals, weather, or a lack of garden space.
When I first started gardening, I thought that only vegetables were worth planting. If you made the same mistake, here are some plants for your garden that aren’t vegetables.
Getting rid of garden pests doesn’t require toxic chemicals. Since no ‘pest-icide’ kills just pests, Red Pepper Garden Spray is an option to deter them without harming birds and others.
Organic compost is vital to the health of an organic vegetable garden. But the cost can be high. Save money by learning how to make compost in your own backyard.
You can grow health in your backyard! Find out what natural plant-based remedies can help with headaches, fevers, insomnia, and more.
Sustainable gardeners need garden tools like everyone else. Without tillers and chemical fertilizers, what do you need to improve your garden – and the world?
Organic, safe, natural ways to deal with three of the most common garden pests that attack tomatoes.
You want fresh culinary herbs all year but you’re short on growing space? Here are 4 of the easiest herbs to grow in small space.
A healthy organic garden is absolutely full of vigorous earthworms! They aerate, compost, eliminate problem fungi, and fertilize your soil. Knowing how to attract worms to your organic garden is vital!
Will that plant survive in your area? Understand the importance of USDA hardiness zone, how it works, and how you can use it to your advantage.
Once you decide that you’re planting a survival garden, one thing is clear – you’re not focusing on summertime salads and in-the-garden snacking. Instead of growing cherry tomatoes for the children to nibble on the go, you need to grow high calorie foods that will sustain your family.
Do you know how to prepare your garden for the winter? There are a few simple chores and they can be done in a day. Get a headstart on the spring.
Without goals, you are gardening without a plan or purpose! Get it together for the best gardening year
Growing vegetables in the desert is possible if you know what to plant and how to grow them. Learn some of the heat tolerant plants that you can grow in desert regions.
These three important vertical gardening tips will help you grow more vegetables in less space! Easy to implement but effective.
Choosing the best spot for your garden is a decision to make early in your planning. Sun and water are the two biggest considerations.
Make your own seasoning combinations from edible flowers and herbs that you grow in your own garden or on the windowsill.
Fighting Mother Nature is hard, but we can work within her boundaries and find ways to extend the vegetable gardening season.
Perennial vegetables only need to be planted once, but they can be enjoyed for years! Low maintenance and perpetual yield makes them a great choice for your food garden.
Succession gardening means using both space and time to maximize garden yield by growing in the same spot continuously throughout the gardening season. Grow more all season in less space.
Growing organic vegetables can be expensive and you don’t want to waste any. This is why starting seeds indoors is so important.
Edible landscaping is certainly about growing food, but it is more than just growing edible plants. It is planted in order to look good in the environment in which it’s grown.