Don’t throw away old potting soil. Instead, follow these steps on how to reuse old potting soil so you can save money and help your garden.
Stop growing the same old plants. There are lots of unusual edible plants that can add color to your garden and flavor to your meals.
Nuts are a great source of protein in a disaster. If you want to start growing nuts yourself, here are the fastest growing nut trees.
A hotbed is a raised bed that uses layers of decomposing organic materials as a heat supply to grow plants. Here’s how to make one.
Many gardening tips which are used today can trace their origins to Native Americans and what they learned living close to nature.
Bee-friendly solutions like companion planting and attractant plants can help keep garden pests at bay without the use of harsh chemicals.
There are some veggies you can plant once and pretty much forget about. Here are some plant-and-forget vegetables to add to your garden.
There are dozens of gardening tools. In this guide, we go over seven main categories of garden tools and explain what they’re for.
Mulch is any organic (or sometimes inorganic) matter that can be safely spread around plants to accomplish a variety of things.
If you’re gardening for food, focus on plants that produce the most calories. Examples include corn, beans, lentils, peas, and more.