Food dehydration is often overlooked as a method of food preservation, but it’s a super space saver and and keeps foods safe from spoilage and pests.
Local foods are hot right now, and it doesn’t get more local than foraging food in your backyard or at a nearby park.
Whether you have limited planting space or limited time to sow second and third crops, grow-again vegetables produce higher yields with less work.
Providing pollinators with food, water and shelter supports strong plant production; plus you get to enjoy the beauty that hummingbirds, bees, butterflies and other pollinators bring to your yard!
Floriography is an intriguing study for those interested in how a flower’s characteristics, history and traditional uses give it symbolic meaning.
Container gardens can be grown anywhere by gardeners of all skill levels and ability.
Watering the garden seems simple enough, but irrigation is something most gardeners get wrong.
Whether you started seeds yourself or purchased vegetable seedlings at the store, now is the time to transplant seedlings in your garden.
When you think of mulch, wood chips are probably the first thing that comes to mind. But mulch is anything that provides cover for your soil.
Essential oils contain all the organic compounds, elements and constituents from the plant which they are derived. Their powerful properties have been used in natural health and healing for centuries.