Here are the 6 things you need to know about your climate before you start gardening. 1) hardiness zone, 2) average temperatures, 3) growing season (first and last frost dates), 4) water, 5) sun and 6) wind.
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Author: Beth Greenwood
Try growing a lot more leafy herbs in tubs and pots, assortment of sage (purple, variegated and lemon), curry and different varieties of mint.
The possibilities of a beautiful summer garden are almost limitless. Brightly colored flowers are the hallmark the summer season and bring a big splash to any yard.
The trick in garden design for a long narrow space is to distract the eye from the edges and to draw the vision toward the center, blocking out the spaces.
Upright rosemary is wonderful for its beautiful spring blooms, hardy nature and versatility. Rosemary is edible, the varieties do slightly vary in flavor
Can’t remember what tomato plant that is? Try keeping a garden planting journal. You’ll be surprised how much you forget about the details of your planting.
Quality soil is the start of every great vegetable garden bed. Here are the 10 simple tests you can do at home to check the health of your soil.
Grow more organics veggies with intercropping, intersowing and planting catch crops are ways of saving valuable garden space in your home garden.
When tending a vegetable garden, every new or experienced gardener will want certain tools by his or her side. Not only do the proper vegetable gardening tools make life a little easier but they also make for a more robust bed of greens.
Growing your own food is an adventure and the satisfaction of eating your own home grow vegetables is immensely rewarding. You can almost taste the goodness in freshly picked vegetables.