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Jade Pothos plants (or devil’s ivy) are famous for various reasons. They’re attractive vining species that thrive beautifully indoors; they’re very easy to care for and have been shown to purify the air. Pothos plants are… Read more
The grass is greener — and safer — without synthetic fertilizers and chemical herbicides.
Home gardeners are growing chives (Allium schoenoprasum) for their gentle flavor, bright green leaves and attractive purple flowers. And they look great in the garden, too! The cool-season, compact plants produce grass-like, hollow leaves that… Read more
Begonias are one of those flowers that everyone recognizes for their unique leaf shapes and lovely blooms. They’re frequently seen as houseplants, but growing begonias outdoors is a great way to give a shady area… Read more
Gladiolus (plural gladioli), with their dramatic sword-like leaves, have sturdy flowering stems that stand up to 5 feet tall and have been loved by generations of gardeners! These trumpet-shaped flowers are also known as sword… Read more
Amaryllis, with its beautiful clusters of fragrant blossoms, is a holiday favorite. A South African-native, it delivers its trumpet-shaped blossoms in the winter, often just in time for the holidays. That can mean Christmas but… Read more
Folks who do a lot of cooking at home frequently run into recipes that use shallots instead of onions. Because they’re so expensive, shallots are sometimes seen as the rich man’s onion. But that’s an… Read more
Growing vegetables and raising fish in a sustainable garden system.
How to build the best soil for your raised garden beds — recipe included!
Commercial tumblers have been available for decades and the choices available have mushroomed over the last several years.
Growing fresh herbs through the winter under lights is easy. Here’s how.