Spring, summer, autumn, and even winter bring beauty to the garden.
Whether you’re growing vegetables or flowers, fruit or nursery stock, indoor crops or for market, planning your garden care throughout the year starts here. We’ve got you covered on advice and equipment, from planting the first seed to harvesting the bounty.
Planting and growing heirlooms can be one of the most satisfying gardening — and eating! — experiences you’ll have.
Caring for your garden is a year-round activity, its rhythms dictated by seasonal conditions and local climates.
Design your best gardens ever with our eye-catching tips, ideas and plant recommendations.
With a few tweaks to your veggie plot, you can harvest fresh produce nearly year-round. Learn how here.
Compost happens… but it happens a whole lot faster when you know how!
Keep your winter greenhouse productive with these heating and heat-conserving ideas.
Lilies are among the most beautiful and fragrant flowers in the garden. Here's how and when to plant them.
Tips and techniques for high-yield, raised bed vegetable gardens.
How to plant, grow and harvest the best organic and heirloom tomatoes in your own backyard.
When the winter blahs set in and your dreaming of fresh greens from your garden, consider growing indoors.
Drying fruits and vegetables has distinct advantages over canning, freezing or other preserving methods.
Learn how to can fruits and vegetables safely and effectively in your own home.
Global seed and chemical giants merge in effort to control markets, world opinion on pesticides and GMOs.
Ordering seeds? Don't forget vegetables for fall planting and winter gardens.
Chores, container gardens, hydroponics and other uses for 5 gallon buckets.
Nitrogen-fixing bacteria and organic compost for peas, beans and healthy soil.