Growing medicinal herbs in your home can help you create an all-natural apothecary that will be ready anytime you need healing.
While spring and summer are busy times for gardeners, you may be surprised to learn there is still plenty to do during the winter months.
Turmeric can be used in many different ways to help prevent and treat both internal and external health problems.
The first freeze wipes out many herbs. Here’s how to save the best of the bunch and preserve them for the months ahead.
You may think planting a fruit tree is as simple as digging a hole, dropping a seed in, and covering it, but there’s more to it than that.
Even if you have a very shady space, you can still grow lots of herbs with medicinal benefits. There are many herbs that grow well in shade.
There are a few plants you should not grow in your yard if you want to keep the rest of the yard healthy. Avoid these 10 plants.
Yarrow is one of the oldest medicinal herbs, dating back thousands of years and used for various ailments. Here’s how to use it.
It’s possible to start off with mere sticks and turn them into trees that produce hundreds of pounds worth of food for the year.
With companion planting, you can grow more plants in a small space, reduce weed and pest pressure, and harvest all the food you need.