How-to

Out-smart common garden pests by strategically timing your planting.
Get your tomato plants off to a healthy start with these smart suggestions.
Recharge your soil by using buckwheat as a cover crop
Increase germination rates by planting seeds at the correct depth.
Capture all of your senses by planting flowers that please your eyes and your nose.
Increase the number of blooms in your garden with some easy prep work.
Lighten the load of your least favorite fall chore with these simple tips.
What does it mean to be an organic gardener?
From pocket-sized herb garden to family-sized homestead—with a lot of learning and a little luck.
Protect your precious seedlings from cutworms with homemade collars.
Lure these pesky stingers away from your picnic.
Microgreen sprouts are an excellent source of protein and vitamins—Here's how to grow them safely indoors.
My hose has a crack in it and leaks. Can I salvage it?
Show off your prize homegrown onions and garlic by making a braid.
Planting tiny seeds is easy with this simple gardening trick.
A simple recipe to give your soil and plants a little boost.
You can't predict the weather, but you can prepare for it.
Expert advice on handling transplants.
The secret to great tomatoes is all in the roots.
If you have leftover seeds or aren’t ready to plant your seeds when they arrive, you’ll need to store them properly to ensure good germination.
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