Beginner Gardening Tips
Frequently Asked Garden Questions and The Answers
Carol and Danielle look forward to this special episode because it allows them to offer real-life advice for the plant and garden design issues that are troubling all of you out there in the podcast universe. This time, we got a slew of great questions via email and social media and we’re going to do our best to get through as many as possible.
Garden Tools to Get Rid of Weeds Once and For All
These gardening tools make weeding a breeze. Get rid of weeds in the garden with these weeding tools tried, tested and reviewed by gardening professionals.
Diagnosing and Treating Most Common Vegetable Garden Problems
Diagnosing veggie problems can be tricky, because you can’t always be 100 percent sure of what is happening. But with few exceptions, the cause of these issues generally becomes clear when you are able to identify and assess the clues the plant gives you. The following are some of the most common ailments that befall our edibles. As with all sicknesses, finding the right treatment becomes easy once you get a diagnosis.
Pull a Design Together With Ground Covers - FineGardening
Well-chosen ground covers can serve a variety of functions in the garden. So skip the overworked varieties that everyone uses, and think of ground-hugging layers as an opportunity to incorporate bold color, subtle fragrance, and seasonal interest into any garden design.
35 Pest and Disease Remedies
These homemade natural pest control and disease remedies for your garden also keep in mind the welfare of the soil and its dwellers.
Add Some Kick to Your Homegrown Menu
‘Shishito’ is a popular Japanese pepper whose name translates to “lion head pepper.” Small, wrinkled, bright green, and packed with flavor, the 3-inch-long fruit turns red when fully matured.
Making the Most of Mulch
Using mulch is one of the best things you can do to help your garden thrive. Here are some commonly asked questions that can help you make the most of mulch.
The Easiest Edibles to Sow Yourself
In this article learn about 20 great edibles to start from seed. Learn how to grow vegetables such as broccoli, turnips, and peas.