10 Best Kitchen Garden Herbs

  Imagine a garden that elevates everyday living, is a dose of medicine with every bite, and doubles as a pollinator haven. If you grow one thing -- or, in this case, a handful of plants...

How to Grow & Forage: Miner’s Lettuce

  Miner’s lettuce is in full swing here in California, especially after a much awaited for rainy winter. It’s growing with a zeal I’ve not seen in years and popping up in places I’d forgotten...

How to Make Paper Pots for Planting Seeds

  It's easy to make paper pots for planting seeds. All you need is a can and some newspaper. Add soil and seeds, and you're halfway to a garden. There are many things I love about...

The Best Tomato Varieties

  With more than 10,000 tomato varieties to choose from, it can be difficult to know which ones are right for you. But the answer is simple. The best tomato varieties are the ones you have...

Transplanting Seedlings vs. Direct Sowing Seeds

  Should you chuck seeds straight into the garden or grow them in modules or seedling trays first? Knowing where and how to plant could be the factor that takes your garden from good to...
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Worm Composting 101: How to Make & Use a Simple Worm Bin

Once you start composting with worms you'll wonder why you didn't try it sooner. Worm composting is by far one of the simplest ways for recycling kitchen scraps and making soil for your garden...

What to Plant: How to Grow Chard

  If you’re planning your spring garden, put Swiss chard on the list. It’s not only delicious and easy to grow, it’s a super food packed with more nutrition than kale. (Yes, it’s true. Kale...

How to Care For Amaryllis So It Blooms Again

  The trick to caring for amaryllis from one season to the next is to mimic its natural habits in nature. It's a warm season perennial bulb that doesn't require a period of cold to...

Greens for Small Spaces

  Red and green leaf lettuce will always have a place at the table. So too will traditional romaine, but have you tried oak leaf lettuce, 'Roxy' or 'Freckles'?  Or maybe arugula or Mizuna greens?...

Make Your Own Bee Friendly Garden in 5 Easy Steps

Create a bee friendly garden in just 5 easy steps. It was not a surprise but definitely a disappointment to read that bees have been added to the endangered species list for the 1st time....
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