gardening

Gardening with kids gives them many gifts, including learning where food comes from and how delicious fresh food tastes.Read more
Some bugs are good for the garden. Here are four simple ways to attract beneficial insects and keep them around.Read more
The gardening-gathering gene exists in all of us; I suspect, so does a gene for appreciating fresh picked local food.Read more
Sure, you say. I’d like to have a garden, but I don't have a yard, I only have a window ledge, and my thumb is anything but green. How can I grow vegetables?Read more
A healthy soil translates into a healthy garden. But before you begin adding compost, manure, fertilizer, lime, and other soil amendments, you need to know...Read more
If there is one technique that will make your gardening easier this summer, it is proper mulching. The right mulch will reduce weed growth, conserve soil...Read more
With a little attention, fruit trees can grow and fruit for years, providing delicious food for you, your neighbors and wildlife.Read more
Adding compost to garden soil improves soil health by providing food for the organisms in the soil that help release nutrients to plants. You can buy bulk and...Read more
Growing food organically is a hot topic across the country. Most of the attention is on avoiding pesticides or using environmentally friendly products to...Read more
More than 14 million households in the United States grow herbs—in vegetable and perennial gardens, in containers, or on windowsills. And with good reason!Read more

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