Harvest from your herb garden to create tea infusions. Mint, chamomile and lemon balm are just a few possibilities for herbal teas.
The signs are clear: damaged leaves, deformed or missing fruit. Let’s troubleshoot some common garden pests.
A robust crop of crunchy carrots or beautiful beets is well worth the extra effort in warm weather, and may turn you into a fall root vegetable fanatic.
It’s almost time to plant seeds for a second harvest that will provide fresh produce well into fall. Take time on a mild summer day to prepare your garden for replanting.
It’s not too late to start a garden. Begin by choosing your favorite crops that will produce through fall.
Tomatoes and peppers, when properly fertilized, provide heaps of the produce you love. Apply a quality fertilizer now to produce a bountiful harvest later.
When you plant vegetables, you want to feed your family, not offer an all-you-can eat buffet for rabbits, deer and other animals. Save the
Short on space? No problem. The beauty of growing herbs in containers is you can put them anywhere.
Grow sweet potatoes and watch them thrive in summer’s heat with little upkeep once established.
Sprinklers cool your garden as they replenish moisture, and plants benefit from having dust rinsed from their leaves, too.
All kinds of creepy crawlies thrive in hot, humid climates. Learn how to recognize the major pests that feed on citrus trees and take action to control them.
Accent your next bouquet of flowers with edible herbs.