Herbs are, by and large, easy to grow and unbothered by pests and diseases. Still, they have so many uses, it’s difficult to not feel a little guilty that you’re not using your herb garden to its full potential. Learn how to get the most out of your herb garden every day.
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Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
Make a soil bag garden in three easy steps. Soil bag gardens work well in any space, including balconies, patios, decks and porches.
If space is an issue for a garden, or even if it’s not, try a small-space garden for edibles in a soil bag. It’s an easy solution and self-contained.
Enjoy your garden more this summer when you make a herbal marinade and use it to flavor grilled vegetables like zucchini and squash. Click to learn the recipe.
This year, you don’t need an in-ground garden plot or a big raised bed to grow vegetables. Begin with containers and organic potting mix to give your plants the very best start. Here’s how to get started with your favorite edibles perfect for patio gardens.
Wildfires, also known as forest fires, can harm your garden and landscape. Depending on the duration of the fire and severity of the burn, your garden and landscape may suffer significant damage. Here’s how to prepare your yard for a wildfire and recover from one.
Make gourmet honey when you infuse honey with fragrant rosemary leaves from your kitchen garden. Get the step-by-step instructions.
Find out what herbs to grow year-round. Then, pick a pretty flowerpot and grow them indoors.
Pick up your favorite winter herbs this holiday season and grow them indoors. Snip from plants like rosemary and flavor meats like a beef rib roast.
Create your garden with a specific intention in mind, including gardening for pollinators, wellness or cut flowers.
Grow your own gourmet garlic this fall for tasty results.
Making this smoky vegetarian chili lets you spend precious holiday time making moments and memories instead of hours creating weeknight suppers.