Some of the things people believe are true can be pretty funny: Like thinking you can’t be a homesteader unless you own a lot of land, or that if you want to live a more self sufficient life, you must be a hermit and hate people. Myths about gardening can get just as convoluted and […]
Comfrey has long been touted as a miracle plant for its soil-boosting properties by permaculture enthusiasts. Does it really heal damaged soil?
Since we have limited growing space, we have to think outside the box often in our gardening. We will do this by using buckets, pots and containers to grow tomatoes. Growing tomatoes in containers is a great way for just about anyone to have a garden fresh beauty for sandwiches, salads or just munching on.
May is the month to get everything in the garden. But don’t panic, here’s a step-by-step guide to your best garden with just 15 minutes a day.
The spring gardening season is always full of anticipation and excitement here in New England. Although the average last frost date for USDA zone 6a has passed, it’s still dropping into the low 40’s at night. My garden beds are not filled to the brim with beautiful flowers yet, and the wait for blooms can […]
Do you have a smaller yard that has limited growing space for your tomato? What if you just don’t like the idea of having a huge garden because of maintenance? We’ve put together a list of tomato cage and trellis ideas that can help you to grow vertically. Not only these trellis plans are eye-catching, […]