Here in zone 6a New England, the growing season is so short. By the end of November, trees have shed their leaves and plants have gone into hibernation mode. When the ground starts to freeze and the days become shorter, us gardeners turn to houseplants and planning next year’s harvest. Although that can be very […]
You, too, can grow corn full of plump, juicy kernels with these 6 tips. Understanding corn pollination is a critical piece, and this is covered clearly and concisely, with detailed photos.
You get your garden planted and everything is looking great. But what happens when that great start becomes nothing but disappointment as the season goes on? Angi gives some thought provoking advice and real life stories in this guest post for Timber Creek Farm.