Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Ready to grow potatoes in your backyard? Of course you are! First thing you need to do is learn how to properly prep your seed potatoes and this post will get you started!
A well-watered tomato plant is a happy tomato plant! Make your efforts to keep your tomatoes well-watered go further with this method for deep watering tomato plants.
Dianna explains all you need to know about cover cropping your home garden. Cover crops are incredibly important for soil improvement, fertility and stabilization and for weed control.
Growing your own produce all summer long is easier than you may think. Here are some tips for growing vegetables from seed and making the most of a small space.
Putting the garden in is an annual ritual that brings satisfaction, sore muscles, and the promise of abundance.
Now that you have your strawberry crowns, how do you plant them? Come join us as we plant our new strawberry patch.
In exchange for helping a friend prune her fruit trees, I came home the proud owner of six raspberry canes. Everyone loves raspberries! Come watch as I plant them in their new home.
Why plant onion seeds? Because you get delicious varieties not available in the stores. Onion seeds can be planted from January to March, so get your pots out!
Free strawberry plants, that's what!
We decided we didn't have enough asparagus (can anyone have too much asparagus?), so we ordered more crowns. They arrived last Friday and we spent the morning getting the beds ready and planting.