When you plant vegetables, you want to feed your family, not rabbits, deer and other animals. Save the harvest for your table by using safe, non-toxic animal repellants.
Short on space? No problem. The beauty of growing herbs in containers is you can put them anywhere.
The most common mistakes home gardeners make are not fertilizing their citrus trees enough, not fertilizing regularly, or not using proper amounts of fertilizer.
Growing potatoes in a barrel makes sense. Planting is easy, maintenance is simple and harvesting is a breeze. Learn how with our tips.
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.
Whether you construct your own from scratch or buy one and assemble it yourself, your family will get years of use out of your picnic table.
A kitchen garden full of red, yellow and orange tomatoes along with parsley, basil and rosemary screams summertime.
What would a Southern summer be without okra, squash and peppers? These standards are easy to grow and thrive in hot weather.
Even if you started late, you can still have a lush garden of herbs and vegetables. Plant more mature edibles available in large pots.
Here are four ways to keep unwanted pests out of your garden.
Learn expert tips for growing cucumbers in your vegetable garden.
Try these harvest tricks to stay cool when picking veggies in summer.