White mulberries, red mulberries and black mulberries are all utterly delicious fruit, something like a blackberry but harvested from a tree, not a shrub. But . . .
Take a minute to picture the quintessential front garden. Are you doing it? What do you see? If you grew up where I did, chances . . .
The odds are good that you, or someone on your block, has a rhododendron in the yard with a beautiful crop of showy, fragrant long-lasting . . .
Pineapple is one of the world’s most popular tropical fruits. Did you know that it’s produced in every tropical country in the world? Or that . . .
Some of my favorite low maintenance plants are sedums. I like to tuck them in amongst a rockery, along paths, in containers and even have . . .
Composting is an old, traditional agricultural practice of replacing depleted nutrients in the soil by adding nutrient rich, decayed organic material. This material can be . . .
“English cottage gardens are never bare and seldom ugly…among the things made by man nothing is prettier than an English cottage garden, and they often . . .
I blame it on my father, my obsession with pickles that is. He grew up in a post-war home where the Victory Garden was still . . .