Indoor Gardening 101

Indoor Gardening 101

An indoor garden is a perfect way for city dwellers and those in cold climates to exercise their green thumb. Besides providing you with yummy foods and a head start on your spring and summer harvest, you can also take your drab apartment up a notch with a pop of...
Square Foot Gardening 101

Square Foot Gardening 101

Started in 1981, square-foot gardening was developed and coined by civil engineer Mel Bartholomew. Bartholomew’s book, Square Foot Gardening, is known as one of America’s bestselling gardening books of all time. Since then, there have been over one million copies sold...
Why Should I Compost?

Why Should I Compost?

Compost is decomposed matter while composting is “the natural process of recycling organic matter such as leaves and vegetable scraps into a rich soil amendment.” It requires three basic ingredients, water, brows, and greens, and helps plants grow! Why should I...
5 Ways to Add Nutrients to Soil

5 Ways to Add Nutrients to Soil

Gardening is an enjoyable activity but it can become quite stressful when you consider all of the expenses that might come along with crafting your own oasis. Thankfully, there are dozens of ways to maintain a healthy garden without breaking the bank. There are so...
Steps to Put Your Garden to Bed

Steps to Put Your Garden to Bed

Winter is coming…. Which means that you’ll need to begin preparing your garden for the colder months! It’s time to clean up and winterize your space so that you can get a head start when spring rolls around. As annual vegetables near the end of their lifespan and the...
6 Vegetables to Plant in the Fall

6 Vegetables to Plant in the Fall

6 Vegetables to Plant in the Fall As fall approaches and summer crops wind down, gardeners should begin planning their next crops! There are plenty of wonderful, easy to grow plants that you can easily grow through the season. Pull out those summer plants, clear out...