Here’s a quick and easy garden gnome even non-crafty people can make and feel great about.
Are you thinking of growing grapes? If the answer is yes, and you plan to grow concord grapes, read on to discover how easy it is to grow them at home.
Did you grow cabbage this year? Sauerkraut is a simple and delicious way to preserve and enjoy it. I unintentionally grew a lot of cabbage but was very excited with the opportunity to make sauerkraut.
January and February are great months to start seeds indoors. The weather is likely cold where you are and the days are shorter, but you can start your gardening season this month to get a head start on planting time.
Knowing what plant hardiness zone you are in can make all the difference when it comes to having a thriving garden.
Life lessons come in many shapes and over a course of time. As I sit and reflect on this last year of gardening, I smile at all the memories made.
Are you considering bringing your dog down to the vegetable garden with you while you tend to your growing fruits and vegetables? Here’s how to make a dog friendly garden you both can enjoy.
Don’t have any seed catalogs in your mailbox yet? Here’s how to get your hands on free seed catalogs.
Your friends are going to be so impressed when they see all your garden veggies on this easy to make, delicious pull apart Christmas tree pizza.