Paper egg cartons are great for starting seeds indoors. They’re practically free, they’re the right size, and the carton is biodegradable.
Ginger is easy to grow and harvest. It is unique in its flavor and can be used to treat nausea, indigestion, and many other ailments.
A vast array of vegetable and herb plants can survive drought conditions and still generate a robust harvest from the survival garden.
Many cool weather vegetables actually love being in the shade, and the best part is that you can plant them twice a year.
Though this plant is sometimes known as a weed, learning about the benefits might make you reconsider eliminating it from your garden.
Here are the basic principles of what rooting hormones do, how they work, and how you can make some of your own naturally.
Stevia is a natural sweetener that has popped up in both community gardens and homesteads alike. Here’s how to grow and extract it.
Raised bed gardening in a highly versatile form of growing crops in both small and large places, and it’s become very popular.
There are certain vegetables that can be sown in the winter to get a head start before the growing season starts. Here are five.
Foraging for wild edibles is hard enough already, but in winter it’s a real challenge. Fortunately, some plants will surprise you.