If you miss our first part click here. Harvest the seeds from your favorite spicy peppers and plant them in soil in a sunny area. Peppers tend to grow fast, so get your pickling materials…Share with your friends! Read More
Want to take your commitment to local foods to the next level? Look no further than your own trash can or compost bin. While many people think of food scraps—such as carrot tops, onion bottoms,…Share with your friends!
Many gardeners add berry patches to their gardening layout due to their easy nature and bountiful harvests. Compared to the amount of space they occupy, they yield an incredible amount of delicious fruit. Raspberries picked…Share with your friends!
One plant becomes two, and two can become four or more with this great garden magic. Dividing existing perennial plants will keep them healthy and save you money over time. With perennial plants, a one-time…Share with your friends!
Want to know a secret? Some of those kitchen scraps you throw out — the base of your celery, green onions, and romaine lettuce, can actually be grown into new plants. Yes, new plants! It’s…Share with your friends!
There’s always something to be doing in the garden, whether it’s pruning, tidying or sowing, so we’ve put together our top gardening tasks for December. Timely Tips In the flower garden Start to winter-prune your Wisteria,…Share with your friends!
Would you like to be a backyard gardener, even if you don’t have a backyard? No problem! Growing vegetables in a container is the perfect solution. And if you’re short on cash, you can use…Share with your friends!
Make sure your medicine cabinet is stocked with elderberry syrup this winter. Studies show it can totally eliminate cold and flu symptoms within 48 hours. Several studies have confirmed the immune-boosting power of elderberries. Studies…Share with your friends!
We’ve all been there — standing in the produce aisle of our favorite grocery store, rifling through the bin of avocados trying to find that perfect one. Picking them up and squeezing, acting like we…Share with your friends!
Pineapple is the perfect tropical fruit. Sweet and tangy, it tastes great in smoothies, ice cream, cakes, and drinks. When you think of growing pineapple, you likely think of warm, humid climates, and rightfully so. These…Share with your friends!