Plans were laid, seeds were planted and cared for … and a handful of potatoes and three radishes are your whole harvest. What do you do when the garden fails?
Worrying about what to do with your garden during winter time? Worry no more! There are plenty of cold-tolerant plants that grow in winter.
Edible flowers are a great addition to your landscape since they are beautiful, provide nutrition, and often have medicinal uses.
Poisoned water, depleted soil, increased health problems – non organic conventional farming did not deliver on its promises and has too many negatives.
Can small organic farmers feed the world or can only conventional, chemical farming can feed the nine billion population expected by 2050?
What do you do with your vegetable scraps? What about your banana peels, coffee grounds, or egg shells? Whether you have a garden or not, you can turn that everyday kitchen garbage into compost. Here’s how to start composting.
Need to preserve seeds to last for a couple of years? Here are some ways, techniques and important tips on how to collect seeds for long term storage!
These beneficial insects eat harmful garden pests so that you can avoid chemical pesticides. Here is how to attract more ladybugs to your organic garden
Your garden needs to be pollinated if you want vegetables or fruit! Since you can’t do it by yourself, take steps to attract pollinators to your organic garden.
Are looking for a virtually free high-nitrogen fertilizer for your garden? Learn how you can use urine as fertilizer – all natural liquid nitrogen for your plants!
Knowing when to plant your vegetables is important but it doesn’t have to be a mystery. Here is how to calculate your planting dates using one simple, inexpensive tool (and a calendar).
You’re looking for organic weed control because you’re clearly not going to spray with chemical herbicides on your food garden. But what are you going to do?
Want to grow a garden but the only spot you have is shady, with not a lot of sun? Here are 5 vegetables that grow in shade and partial sun so you can plant them almost anywhere
Garden pests can be handled organically, both treating them as they occur and working to prevent infestations. Here are some organic pest control ideas that you can start using today.
To grow the best, biggest, and healthiest tomatoes, you need to make some small but vital soil amendments.
Have you ever thought about growing vegetables indoors? Provide yourself with fresh food and nutrition all year.
Take the mystery out of gardening and learn how to plant a vegetable garden in four easy steps.
You already know that gardening provides several benefits, right? Have you ever thought about all of them? If you think that the only reason to garden is for food, you’re missing out!
As you plan your beautiful food garden, you’re eventually going to think about using herbs in your edible landscape. Here are some to consider planting.
You want an edible landscape, but what will you put in it? Here are some tips on personalizing it for your tastes and location.
Some simple supplies will make it much easier and more enjoyable when you start creating your own compost.
Drastic weather changes affect our gardens in a variety of ways. When we understand what happens, we can understand how to deal with scorching heat or a late spring frost, heavy rainfall, or drought.
The sun is HOT! If you need shelter from sun in order to enjoy your garden or landscaping, here are a few ways to get more shade in your backyard
The people who need to think about how to keep deer out of garden vegetables are way out in the country, right! Dirt roads and forests in the back yard …. Turns out not so much! Even if you live in town, deer can be a huge problem!