Looking for inspiration after harvest? After walking the few steps from the garden, try these simple recipes for fresh, delicious dishes that everyone will enjoy!
Whether you love flowers, fruits, veggies, herbs, or all of the above, follow our step-by-step guides to growing them organically in the comfort of your own home.
Are you longing for homegrown veggies but live in a small space? Urban gardening can be challenging; follow these tips for year-round harvests on a windowsill!
In this article, Evan Folds explains how a focus on agricultural threefolding has led him to impactful projects, like building a grocery co-op in a food desert.
You plant the garlic, watch it grow, harvest the scapes, pick the bulbs, and then eat it, right? Wrong! There’s more to harvesting garlic than meets the eye.
Have you been wanting to grow your food but don’t have the time? Life is busy! But thriving, productive gardens are possible with just 30 minutes of work a day!
Joanna Berg knows sick plants, and in this article, writes about her experience with integrated pest management in the cannabis cultivation community.
Looking to give your houseplants a little extra love? Follow this recipe for an easy and organic indoor plant fertilizer from Stephanie Rose’s Garden Alchemy.
Gardening by instinct is great, but what if your green thumb isn’t fully developed? Smart gardening brings tech to your plants and can make a big difference!
Two kinds of passionate growers are pitted against each other on the subject of organic certification in hydroponics. Philip McIntosh gives us the latest in this battle.
Things in the garden can change overnight. You can go from nothing to something, or from success to failure. That’s why we need to cultivate patience.
It’s been a steamy start to the summer, with temperatures hitting record highs. Even though it’s hot, don’t overwater the garden, even during a heatwave!
Gardener or farmer, we should all be striving to build healthy soils! Anne Gibson talks about vermicast, free fertilizer, and fighting pests and diseases.
Floating gardens are nothing new, but their benefits on water quality are just being discovered! Will we be seeing more of these “island gardens” soon?
Greenhouses offer perks, but pollination, or a lack thereof, might be a problem. Here are some tips to help with crop fertilization in a closed growing space.
Many people think most wild mushrooms are poisonous, but that’s not the case! Caroline Rivard tells us about some of the best medicinal mushrooms out there.
Going away on vacation or plan on being away for a few long weekends this summer? Follow these tips to keep your container garden thriving while you’re gone.
Got misshapen strawberries? While it doesn’t mean they taste bad, warped or deformed berries are a sign that something’s not quite right. Here’s why it happens.
Whitefly infestations are brutal! This garden pest reproduces rapidly and is very destructive. Rich Hamilton shares tips on preventing and controlling them.
Raising chickens is turning into a popular hobby as people look to become more sustainable. Regan Moran talks about why raising them in the forest is best.
Live in a tiny space but still want to grow food? Micro edibles are small but make a big impact, with plenty of compact or dwarf plant varieties out there.
Pests and diseases can be devastating to your beloved crops. But did you know plants can produce their own pest control? Dr. Callie Seaman tells us how.