Itâs easier than you think to grow and harvest vegetables during the snowy winter months. We profile the latest off-season gardening equipment, from hoop houses to cold frames.
You’ve probably noticed how popular vegetable gardening is these days, perhaps you even have a ‘recession garden’ in your yard. Do you know the history of home vegetable gardens? During World War I and World War II, so- called victory garden…
More men are getting into gardening and gardeners are growing more heirloom produce and trying to attract bees, says a top U.S. trendspotter. Suzi McCoy of Garden Media Group, the No. 1 lawn and garden public relations firm in the United States, studies gardening trends and each year releases a report for the coming year. […]
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Don’t let tomato plant diseases threaten your crop of juicy tomatoes. Use this guide to identify and treat tomato plant problems as soon as they start.
Now that freezing temperatures have arrived, and the vegetable garden is officially done for the season, it’s time to prepare the soil for next year’s crop. Taking a little time to prepare the soil in your vegetable garden now can make a big difference in the success and health of your garden next season. Fall […]
Just as a good singer continues to practice scales, so a good gardener should give thought to the fundamentals of preparing the soil.
Investing time and resources into building your soil is like putting money in the bank. The more you pay attention to what gets added to your soil, the better the returns.
If you can find them, broccoli transplants can be planted right now. Broccoli is one of those vegetables that people either love or hate, without hedging their opinion. World leaders have even been known to exercise their executive privilege and publicly muse about broccoli on occasion.