Garden chores never really end — they just slow down a bit.
In winter, we’re fine tuning our plans for the spring and scheming how we can in cram one more planting this season. If you don’t want the garden fun to end, check here to learn how to extend your gardening season, care for evergreens, care for your overwintering plants and more.
Keep your winter greenhouse productive with these heating and heat-conserving ideas.
How to compost your kitchen scraps and other green waste over the winter months.
Refrigerate seeds before planting to improve germination.
Take advantage of warm winter weather to sow kale, spinach, and other greens for early spring harvest. Here's how.
Now’s the time to gather up what you’ll need for growing vegetable and flower seeds indoors.
Consider the interrelationship of light, water, humidity and temperature when growing indoors.
Mice in your compost bin can be a problem year-round, but especially in the winter.
Elizabeth Millard's new book teaches us how to grow herbs, greens and sprouts inside during winter months.
Growing evergreens takes planning, care … and water.
Protecting garden soil and starting vegetable seed outdoors in the dead of winter.
Red holly and ornamental berries of all hues bring color to winter gardens.
Light and humidity help plants thrive indoors during the cold, dark months.