We were having a bad time with aphids attacking our tomato plants this season. I found a great recipe for a natural pesticide that has been working great on our plants and wanted to share!
Giving your kid their own garden can help him or her develop an appreciation for the food they eat. It’s also been proven that kids are more likely to eat the vegetables they grow.
Did you know that the flowers of a tomato plant won’t set fruit above 90 degrees? Here’s what we are doing to get our tomato plants through Phoenix’s harsh summer.
Ready to kill the fire ants naturally while giving the garden a real treat? Make compost tea!
Many gardeners think of ladybugs as a safe and organic method of pest control, particularly regarding aphids, but what they may not realize is that the commercially available ladybugs are an aggressive invasive species. Attracting native ladybugs to your garden is a much more ecologically-minded way to get the pest-control you desire.
Learn to give the land some curves, otherwise known as swales, to help preserve water and drought-proof your garden.