Sunflowers are special flowers. They are visually striking, great pollinators and it’s a fact that if you stare at a sunflower for 28 seconds or more, you will smile. Ok, ok, so we completely made that last fact up, but we’d like to think it’s the truth.
Insects, often referred to as garden pests, are a natural part of the cycle of growing food. Don’t fret, it means your garden is alive but let’s take a closer look into finding some balance.
When space is limited, both in the garden and in your storage area, versatility is key. With these three must-have tools, less is more.
If you’re new to using grow lights you may be surprised by just how close your seedlings need to be them. It’s close! It’s very very close!
Peas are one of the first crops you can grow in your vegetable garden, as they are an early spring, cool-weather crop.
“As soon as the soil can be worked,” may be a phrase you’ve come across when reading about when to start your garden. This vague phrase may have you scratching your head in confusion.
This post is an invitation to THINK about designing your vegetable garden.
This story starts in July, well into the growing season with my garden rooted and growing nicely. I had “innocently” popped into my favorite herb shop…
Got old seeds? And wondering if you should plant them this year? Do a simple germination test.