When I first read about the concept of cottage gardening, I came to the realization that I was already a cottage gardener and just didn’t . . .
Just like humans, plants need companions. Landscape or garden designers often suggest planting in groups of three or more. While this is a sound design . . .
The wind in the willows sang softly to me Follow my voice wherever it leads From mountains, through valleys, to deep rolling seas Born on . . .
There’s a fungus among us and it could be lurking in a garden bed near you! Most of us have mulch of some type in . . .
It is a bright, sunny spring morning. After being cooped up all winter, you rush out to the garden to see what might be poking . . .
Your pets are like family, so they should get to enjoy the garden too, right? Your dog or cat won’t be able to enjoy the . . .
Tomatoes are without a doubt one of the most popular crops grown in the home garden. Unfortunately, for every optimistic tomato grower, there are dozens . . .
Long before mankind existed, our planet was covered in dense, rich flora because Mother Nature gifted plants with the ability to self-propagate. Plants spread and . . .