For an organic harvest, all you need are the right ingredients to grow a natural, good-for-you container garden.
When your plants become snacks for creepy-crawlies and other pests, don’t reach immediately for harsh chemicals. There are plenty of organic options that will keep you and your garden safe.
It’s not too late to have a garden this summer. Follow our quick tips for successful vegetable gardening now.
This spring, as you plant your vegetable garden, keep in mind that the work doesn’t end once your seedlings are in the ground. Ensure a bountiful harvest with these quick tips for getting the most out of your vegetable garden.
Attract hummingbirds, butterflies and more by creating a low-maintenance perennial pollinator garden.
Try this DIY gutter garden and fill it with juicy strawberries.
The heat is on and your vegetable garden may start to suffer. Water and mulch veggies to help them thrive.
Even if you started late, you can still have a lush garden of herbs and vegetables. Plant more mature edibles available in large pots.
No vegetable garden is complete without tomatoes. Let the experts show you how to plant, grow and care for your tomato plants.
Sprinklers cool your garden as they replenish moisture, and plants benefit from having dust rinsed from their leaves, too.
Grow a collection of your favorite kitchen herbs by combining them in containers. Most herbs are willing to share quarters as long as they get plenty of light.
Raised garden beds make it easy to start digging in to gardening.