This month I want to teach you about some very important Winter Garden Structures you need to extend your gardening season into the fall and winter months. There are three simple methods for extending your season, first fabric row covers, second mini hoop houses, and third cold frames. Let’s talk about each in order of […]
Welcome back to Tuesdays in the Garden! August can become a tricky time for gardeners. It’s easy to fall into the late summer slump, feeling unsure of what to do next other than weed and wait. Things like garden pests and intruders can really get you down. Losings plants to disease or even severe weather […]
The Sunflower provides dramatic and cheerful flair to a vegetable garden. They also serve a very practical purpose. Sunflowers attract pollinators, provide shade, act as a living trellis and can even assist in the cleaning of contaminated soil. Read on to learn some new culinary uses and how sunflowers can benefit your vegetable garden.
I was a little skeptic this spring when sowing my seeds in various pots, raised beds, and planters. I am so used to digging my fingers deep into the dirt and couldn’t wait until next years full garden was being planted.
How you decorate your home reflects who you are — your garden is no exception. If your back and front yards aren’t showcasing your individuality as much as you’d like, make a plan to change that. Need a little inspiration to get you started? Here are 3 ways to add personality to your garden.
There is a huge growing trend in people wanting to become more self-sufficient. Living off your own garden can provide enormous health and environmental benefits. Give it a try for a cleaner, healthier, more Eco-friendly way of living. This is a guide to living off your own garden designed especially for beginners. You’ll simply learn […]