I'm probably off my rocker, but the following tips for growing tomato plants is all I'll ever do from now on. The best part? It's a very short, no fuss list. Do these in the beginning and reap the reward in the end!
Spring's slow arrival means that seedlings are spending more time indoors this year. Here's a look at what you can do to ensure that your seedlings continue to grow strong and healthy, and will be garden-ready when the time comes.
Choosing the right breed of chicken is a lot like dating. Well, not really, but there are serious matters of compatibility at stake and hundreds of breeds to choose from. Before making a commitment, take a moment to consider your “type.”
It's a dirty job, but someone's got to doo it—pun intended—and this way you can avoid adding more trash to the bin. Follow HOMEGROWN member and waste-disposal guru Joan's directions for building your own dog poop composter and help Fido go green.
Perfect for square foot gardeners or those growing food in small spaces - a tall, sturdy trellis that's quick and easy to put together and is easy on the eyes. It's a harp for the garden! Just wait until the peas start climbing up its strings!