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Lessons from the Garden

A crow, a row of seedlings, and repeated frustration spotlight the adaptability and ingenuity of gardeners.

Your Antibiotics Don’t Work? Blame A Cow.

How drug-resistant bacteria became a life-threatening problem.

Charlotte’s Web … In Your Garden

Spiders are generally of two kinds, the web spinners or weavers, and the hunters.

Last Call for Planting Fruit Trees

Apple, peach, cherry, plums and others planted now can provide a lifetime of rewards.

No-Till Vegetable Gardening

How working less makes growing easy (and maybe better).

Health Benefits of Parsley

Easy to grow once germinated, parsley is a nutritious and attractive addition to any garden.

Sowing Seeds Directly In the Garden

The spring ritual of preparing soil and planting garden seed puts us in touch with both the past and the future.

Jerusalem Artichoke

These toot-sweet (ha!) tubers, also known as sunchokes, are a healthy addition at meal time.

Our Food, Our Health, Our Gardens

Here’s some recent food issues and related topics that have caught our eye here at Planet Natural.

Springtime Garden Soil Preparation

Even if conditions aren’t yet right for planting, there’s plenty to do to get your garden ready.

Learning To Love Moss

Easy to grow and care for, moss can make green carpets under shade trees, provide color and texture to rock gardens, or replace entire lawns.

Grow Organic Potatoes

Keep pesticides off your dinner table by growing your own chemical-free, heirloom potatoes.

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