Raised bed gardens have a number of advantages over ground level planting and are perfect for both vegetables and flowers. Read on to find the answers to frequently asked questions about how to construct and plant a raised bed garden in your yard.
Building a raised planting bed is a great way to grow vegetables or flowers that has many advantages. Watch this video to see how to make a raised planting bed for your yard from pressure treated wood that has built-in irrigation and weed control.
With spring threatening to give way to summer, it was high time we got some things planted. So, we had what can only be described as an epic work weekend around here, including putting in a vegetable garden, an herb garden, and planting grapevines. Read on to find out more.
Who says you can’t have a taste of the tropics in your own living room? Pineapples are easy to grow as houseplants, and you can start one with a pineapple crown from your own kitchen. Read on to find out how to root and grow pineapples indoors in your home.
Before heading out to plant your garden, it’s a good idea to test your seeds for viability, especially if you’re using seeds you collected or leftover seeds from last year. Read on for an easy, DIY technique for testing seed germination that can be done using ordinary household materials.
With hundreds of varieties of tomatoes to choose from, plant and seed selection can be quite a challenge. Read on for a guide to help you sort through all the jargon when deciding which tomatoes to plant in your garden.