This month, prune flowers, keep up with your garden’s watering and weeding needs and continue to manage pests.
Ohio has seen its fair share of rain so far this summer. A rain barrel is one way to recycle rain for multiple uses around your home.
Rain is a good thing, especially when it comes to growing plants. But too much rain can ruin a garden.
This summer, take advantage of the variety of the fresh fruits and vegetables available at farmers markets, roadside stands and in grocery stores.
If you’re frustrated with the damage that insects and wildlife do to your garden, consider buying repellents or making repellents at home with simple ingredients.
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!
If gardening seem like an expensive hobby, check out these tips for saving money while you grow your own fruits, vegetables and flowers.
Some birds can be a nuisance in the garden, but there are simple ways for gardeners to scare birds off and lessen the damage done to fruits and vegetables.
The U.S. Flag Code describes the appropriate ways to display the American flag for all occasions.
Canning is a popular method to preserve food at home. Before you can, make sure you’re doing so safely.