A vast array of vegetable and herb plants can survive drought conditions and still generate a robust harvest from the survival garden.
Raised bed gardening in a highly versatile form of growing crops in both small and large places, and it’s become very popular.
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.
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.
With companion planting, you can grow more plants in a small space, reduce weed and pest pressure, and harvest all the food you need.
If you’re planning a survival garden, which crops should you focus on first? That’s the topic of this video by Epic Gardening.
As he says in the video, these gardening tips can be used on a daily basis. Here are 34 brilliant vegetable gardening hacks.
Trees are a homesteader’s best friend. They provide shelter from the sun, wind, and rain. And they often have medicinal properties or produce food—or both.
Homemade weed killers not only help you kill all the bad weeds in your garden, they also save you money—and without the use of toxic chemicals.
Knowing the right vegetables to plant is one step towards a great summer garden. Taking care of their watering and weeding needs is crucial.