Fall is my favorite season. It means harvesting, canning, and holidays. Many of the crops harvested in fall can be stored and enjoyed for months to come. Apples, winter squash, pumpkins, roots crops, cabbage, and potatoes can all be stored and eaten “fresh” when the garden is long gone and winter has set in. I […]
Have you ever bought mums for fall decoration and thrown them out after they’ve died? Do you wish that you could use these to add color to your landscape? You can! I’ll explain how to care for mums, how to create more blooms on them and how to incorporate them into your landscaping. I’ll also […]
Do you have more tomatoes that you know what to do with? There is never such thing as too many tomatoes! I’ve been there before myself. I thought it would be a good idea to plant a massive amount of tomato plants and ended up with what I thought was way too many leftover, extra […]
Are you familiar with some of the illnesses, diseases and pests that plants can get? If you aren’t, you need to be. Plant illnesses can quickly take over a harvest, crop or even flowerbeds and trees. Read to see what different plant illnesses are and how you can be prepared to take care of your […]
There are several things that you can do to your garden soil in the fall. I recommend doing these three things in the fall to prepare your garden for the best possible garden. Don’t pack your garden gloves away yet. Read on to see what you can be doing with your garden soil in the […]
Whether you are an experienced or beginning gardener, learn how to choose your garden site, building raised beds, prepare raised bed for spring planting, and most importantly how to prepare the soil in your raised beds. Choose an area you can expand because you might just fall in love with gardening!