Spring edible gardening is one of the most fruitful plantings of the year, with dozens of edible plants to choose from, as well as the sun rising/setting in the perfect course for optimal growing. Whether you have been growing your own food for years or you are just starting, it is always great to fill your mind with helpful hints and tricks to having a bountiful harvest throughout the season. Here are some of our best practices for growing edible plants for your family and friends.
We all have a mom in one form or another and recognizing her for everything she has done for us can be overwhelming. Give the mom in your life the gift of gardening this year! Whether it's a new hobby or an old love, gifts for the gardening mom are ones that last a lifetime. Every mom wants flowers, so skip the cut ones this year and give her the blooms that keep on coming. Here are some of our best ideas for mom that will show her that the love between you is only growing.
Starting your own kitchen garden in your home is not only simple but enjoyable to put together and maintain. Kitchen gardens are designed to be indoor and outdoor spaces that promote the fresh use of fruits, veggies, and herbs.
If you live in the America’s, it’s likely that you have seen one of the smallest bird species in existence: the hummingbird. Often you’ll catch a glimpse of them buzzing around gardens, fields full of blooms, or your local hummingbird feeder.
Not every person has room for an extravagant garden with rows of fresh veggies, huge garden beds full of blooms, and a picturesque yard full of grasses, shrubs, and trees. Most of us have limited space, especially apartment renters and urban dwellers who only have a few feet of outdoor space. Container gardening is the pocket edition of the garden we dream of. Even gardeners that have the sprawling landscape for bed gardening, lawns, and trees still can enjoy container gardening in their homes and on the porch.