If you are interested in how life in the garden works—how plants live, grow, and interact, along with all the other living things—this is a wonderful time to follow natural science research. Soil, … [Read more...]
Soil is it! It's the most important and precious resource in the garden. Those top 6 to 8-inches of soil will make or break a garden, and, our entire agricultural system.
Keep it organic and handle with care.
We continually renew our soil by adding decayed plants as compost. Use those food scraps and plant cuttings for the greater good.
Why do tree leaves change color in fall? If you have forgotten this stuff from your school days, it's time for a refresher. Plus, more is known today than years ago. For starters, did you know the … [Read more...]
Keeping food scraps for composting has two magical powers. It diverts the waste from landfills, and the compost provides beneficial organic matter to support plant growth. There are fast, efficient … [Read more...]
Want to save money, grow organically, and have the best possible garden? Read on. These aren't the odd and absurd gardening gimmicks or garden myths that go viral online. These are smart, practical … [Read more...]
Drought soil conditions can be very challenging for vegetable growing. This list from High-Value Veggies shows which edible crops do best in drought conditions as well as things you can do to give … [Read more...]
Clay soil can be challenging in the garden but there are actually some vegetables that can tolerate—or even benefit from—these growing conditions. From broccoli to potatoes, your favourites might just … [Read more...]
Sandy soil is not always easy for gardening but there several vegetables that not only tolerate sandy soil conditions but actually thrive in them. Come see which ones you can grow. If you're … [Read more...]