Planting a tree is fairly simple, but there are some important things you need to know before you get started.
How to Make a Hotbed to Start Plants Early
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.
The Ultimate Guide to Mulching
Mulch is any organic (or sometimes inorganic) matter that can be safely spread around plants to accomplish a variety of things.
Create Endless Fertilizer for Your Garden With Vermicomposting
Vermicomposting involves the use of earthworms to accelerate the decomposition of vegetation to produce a super-rich fertilizer.
How to Create a Window Farm
A window farm is a hydroponic growing system that uses vertically-oriented plant containers to grow plants indoors.
How to Create a Square Foot Garden
Square foot gardening is an efficient way to maximize space and ensure that each plant has enough room to grow. Here’s how to set one up.
Why You Should Add Wine Cap Mushrooms to Your Garden
If you love mushrooms but think they are hard to grow, then the King Stropharia mushroom, often called the wine cap mushroom, is for you.
Three Sisters Gardening: Corn, Beans, and Squash
Three sisters gardening is where you plant corn, squash, and pole beans together because they’re great companion plants.
How to Grow Bamboo
Bamboo is surprisingly easy to grow in many parts of North America, and its quick growth makes it ideal for a variety of uses.
How to Build a Potato Tower (Illustrated Guide)
A potato tower is essentially a supported wire cage about 4 to 5 feet high that is layered with straw and compost to grow potatoes vertically.
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