Thursday, April 15, 2021
rototiller

Some gardeners rototill their plots every year out of habit or tradition, but should you?
seedlings

Hardening off plants is simple; it’s the process of adjusting plants to outdoor temperatures after they’ve been started indoors.
vegetable transplant collage

Proper preparation, timing and technique help seedlings become healthy and productive plants.
coffee grounds

Coffee grounds offer several benefits for your garden’s soil and are also useful for compost and mulch.
Eastern mole

New baits and repellents for moles work better than the home remedies some people swear by, and trapping is still one of the most efficient means of controlling moles.
succulents with "growing succulents indoors: 6 tips" text

Succulents are easy to grow as long as attention is paid to environment, light, soil, water, fertilizer and pest control.
grow light system for starting seeds indoors

Building a simple A-frame grow light system for starting seeds indoors takes a trip to your local home improvement store and a few hours time.
multi-colored tulips

Microscopic pollen causes most allergies. Here are tips for gardening if you have allergies, plus suggested flowers, trees and shrubs to plant that produce little or no pollen.
seed bombs

Homemade seed tape and seed bombs can be made with the same simple supplies, and they're great for gardeners of all ages.
radishes

How many seeds should you plant in your garden this year? That depends on the size of the harvest you want or need.