Alfalfa, a perennial flowering legume, is mainly known as an animal feed. But I love it for its many uses in the garden. It can be used in any of its forms – fresh, hay, meal, pellets, tea, or as a cover crop. I never garden without it!
Whether you are a novice or seasonal gardener, if you love to use a notebook to keep your gardening records, this notebook is for you. Chock full of plenty of pages for making notes on all the happenings in your garden!
Starting some of your garden seeds indoors can help to extend your growing season and get a jump start on the gardening season before it is warm enough to plant outside. Here are a few tips on starting your garden seeds indoors.
Your local climate and soil conditions are unique. Be sure to choose varieties that grow well in your loca area. Local nurseries, agricultural extension agents or local agricultural schools can help you find the best varieties. Or, you could ask the nearest farmer what he or she uses – count on experienced gardeners to know […]
Living in a cold climate and growing a garden can be challenging due to such a short growing season. Here are several tips on how to choose garden seeds that grow well in cold climates to maximize your harvest.
Here’s our review of another little gem dedicated to herbal gardens. Not too long but full of useful, practical and creative information. I share my favorite parts…