Weed control is a crucial aspect of growing a garden. But if you don’t want to rely on harmful herbicides, you have to be creative.
However, germinating your own seeds — and then successfully transplanting them to your garden later — requires that you follow some basic steps.
Most gardeners give up on growing food in the winter. That’s a shame because winter is a great opportunity to grow many crops.
Container gardening isn’t as simple as throwing dirt and seeds into a bucket. If you want a great garden, there are a few secrets to learn.
There are many steps gardeners can take to improve the habitat for bees. Here’s how to attract them to your garden.
With a longer growing season, you can produce more fruits and vegetables, putting more food on your table and more money in your pocket.
Aloe vera can be used as a hair conditioner, as a liquid tonic, and to treat many other skin conditions. Aloe vera is also easy to grow.
Rather than relying on toxic weed killers that are bad for your health, check out these 11 all-natural ways to get rid of garden weeds.
Trees are great for firewood and shade, but planting certain trees can offer other benefits such as medicine and tools.
A garden infestation can be a nightmare, but there are natural measures you can take to prevent and control garden pests.