What it takes to grow apples, pears, cherries and other fruits without chemical sprays.
A recent study demonstrates the health and longevity benefits of eating organic produce over conventional produce.
When you aerate you allow more oxygen into the soil and you break up grass roots, further encouraging them to grow.
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Here’s how to get quick, nutritious vegetables from your garden.
Blossoms you can eat add visual appeal to salads as well as flower beds.
There are any number of lawn alternatives that require less work and water than grass.
Bring branches into bloom with these tips for forcing flowering trees and shrubs.
Like sprouts, radish, beet and other young greens make nutritious salad additions.
Proven fertilizer recipes — using trusted, organic ingredients — that answer your garden’s specific needs.
March can test your patience. Our gardener’s to-do list will help you cope.
Attractive, effective ideas for making a trellis that will support peas.