Growing your own food is exciting, but it can be difficult to know when or how to. Learn the easiest way to start growing fall vegetables!
Growing a vegetable garden may seem intimidating, but the benefits are well worth it. It can be a great hobby, provide you with fresh produce, and save you money! Here are some tips to help you successfully grow your first veggie garden.
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What are the building blocks of well-designed gardens and backyard landscapes? Well, they are very similar to the building blocks of a poem, a song, or a painting. Garden design is an art form, and it benefits from the same ideas and structures that other art forms use every day. Read on to learn a few key basics that will help you unlock your inner garden designer.
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Raised Bed Gardens are all the rage these days. What are they and why are they so great? Read on to learn why we love raised bed gardens and how you can make your own!
Before you dig into your garden beds, it’s important to know the soil you’re working with. Read on to learn what to look for, what to test for, and where to get the right tests for you.
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The biggest themes for 2022 we've seen repeated are a renewed focus on mental health, more demand for sustainability, and a blurring of lines between indoor and outdoor design. We think these ten trends are the ones that will make the biggest impact in gardening and horticulture in the new year.
Spring is here, the birds are once again chirping, and the smell of freshly cut grass is all around. Meaning one thing, it is time to prepare your garden for the warmer season. Similar to giving your home or car a good spring cleaning after the long winter months, your garden needs a little freshening up as well.
Throughout history, gardening has been a staple activity that people have flocked to during times of great stress. Whether suggested for someone who’s retired and bored at home or someone who is struggling with their health, more and more scientists are confirming what avid gardeners already knew - that gardening is a great way to keep your body, and mind, healthy. Here are 6 ways we believe prove the health benefits of gardening.
Being stuck at home sucks. When you find yourself unable to get out and do everyday things like going to work, the movies and even out to dinner, things can be a little bleak and very boring. The perfect solution - get out in your garden! Gardening has been proven to relieve stress, boost your mood, and boost your immune system. Given recent events, this is a perfect time for garden work. Here are some garden projects to get you out of your house and into your garden.
Eating organic vegetables doesn't have to be expensive! You've been trying to eat more organically grown vegetables, both to help the environment and to lessen the amount of pesticides you and your family consumes. But take one look at your grocery receipt and you know that buying organic can cost a lot. Luckily, you have an option - grow your own organic vegetable garden!