With weeks to go before last frost in spring, there are plenty of cold-tolerant seeds including vegetables to sow in the garden. Use these tips to get your garden beds ready and start sowing. For … [Read more...]
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Is it safe to plant yet? That’s the number one question in spring for cold climate gardeners as the days grow warmer and we’re eager to get outside and grow something. Use these tips to know what to … [Read more...]
When you love nature, eco-friendly, beneficial garden choices matter. Gone are the harmful, quick fixes and instead we look at the big picture following tips and principles that benefit the … [Read more...]
At some point everyone who grows tomatoes in the garden will have some fruits split open on the vine. So, are cracked tomatoes safe to eat? And, is there a way to prevent it? If you're a new … [Read more...]
Forget letting birds nest in cute but unsafe birdhouses! If you really want to help wild birds, provide proper nesting boxes made for specific species and do what you can to prevent birds from using … [Read more...]
Cinnamon is commonly recommended as a natural fungicide for gardeners wanting to avoid various fungal diseases. Let's look at whether there is any science to back up the claims and if it has other … [Read more...]
There are all sorts of creative, low-cost ways to make your own plant tags, markers, and labels for the garden. Grab some art supplies and repurposed household items and get crafty. If you need … [Read more...]