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?
When your favorite lettuce start to bolt, it usually means it’s time to pull it and start over with another planting, but it can also mean it’s time to replenish your lettuce seed supply!
Adding buckwheat to your garden is easy and the benefits are many: It deters pests, attracts pollinators, keeps weeds at bay - and it's edible.
My favorite way to plant lettuce is to broadcast sow the seeds. It's quick and easy and results in dense growth and large harvests!
Carrots can be tricky little buggers, but in a few easy steps, you can be growing carrots in your backyard or on your patio. In this post, I share what I’ve learned from my carrot-growing experience.
Start your seeds without the use of containers with this simple + inexpensive DIY soil blocker.
A look at the sustainability of peat and how coconut coir stacks up as an alternative component for your blend-it-yourself seed starting mix.
Okay, so you've figured out what crops you want to grow, but there are so many varieties to choose from! Here's a list of my tried and true varieties for the Pacific Northwest.
There's a reason that prepared, minced, soaking garlic in stores turns my stomach. It's because I grow my own, and enough to last me and my family the entire year. Super easy to plant, but it takes some old-world wisdom to do it right.
Looking to start your first garden (or your first garden in a new space)? Here are the top five considerations to make before jumping in!
Need help navigating through the many options for seed starting containers? I’ve put together the following guide to help you out!