Our backyard orchard has rhubarb, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, cranberries, blackberries, and apple trees.
Gardening with You Since 1997
Author: Jim Parker
Home Composting is a simple way to get nutrient-rich humus which fuels plant growth & restores vitality to depleted soil. Easy & good for the environment. I’ve been recycling vegetable-based kitchen for the past few years to create my own compost. It improves my soil and helps boost my backyard vegetable garden.
Problems with Pollination: These plants have been producing numerous flowers, but for some reason they have been falling off 3-4 days later. Now, what could be causing this? The most logical answer to the question would be pollination.
When it comes to getting started with your garden, you can start by planting seeds or buy newly sprouted and growing plants. Both have their own benefits.
There are many different reasons that different people decide to plant summer gardens. One common reason that is becoming more popular these days as people to seek to entertain their children through little things done closer to home is to…
Container gardens are a wonderful option for those with limited outdoor space. For apartment and condominiums, container gardening can add color and life to your home without planting in a yard. Many native plants actually grow better in containers.
How to Build a Backyard Pond: Several measurements affect the size and health of your pond – the width, the length, and the depth. These measurements control the number of fish and plants you can add to your pond and…
The warmth and charm of cedar boards and corner posts are much more appealing than plastic forms or landscape blocks. Here are some beautiful container vegetable gardening ideas.
Your landscape planning project will take planning and designing. First, decide on the budget and the size of the project. Make sure if you are doing the project yourself that it will be easy and doable.
Raised garden beds, also called container gardening, are super for growing a large variety of veggies in smaller areas.
Raised beds keep weeds from getting in your soil, stop soil compaction (no walking!), keep pests such as slugs and snails out, and provide good drainage to keep the roots of the plants healthy.