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.
Gardening can be very expensive if you don’t know how to be frugal. Here are some frugal gardening tips to save you money.
Crop rotation is the practice of changing the types of crops planted in a given each year. Here is a 4-year plan for rotating crops.
Vermicomposting involves the use of earthworms to accelerate the decomposition of vegetation to produce a super-rich fertilizer.
Back to Eden gardening means less weeding, less watering, no tilling, fertile soil, and organic produce. Here’s how it works.
There are certain vegetables that do particularly well in the fall. Here are the best vegetables to plant for a fall harvest.