Clematis is called the queen of climbing vines, but her highness needs a yearly pruning to bestow those masses of flowers. Here's how and when to do it.
The gift that keeps on giving
Refresh old potting soil so it can be reused in this season's pots
What you can do to save spring flowers from freezing temperatures, snow, and sleet.
Easy-to-build row covers protect your crops from frost and other damage.
Want to do your part to preserve biodiversity? Plant a garden of medicinal herbs.
Step-by-step instructions for saving tomato seeds.
Lessons learned about starting a school garden from our Organic Gardening WaterWorks projects.
A handy chart for knowing when to plant
Resources for starting your own seeds.
Starting your own seeds is simple if you want it be.
Find out what you need to get started.
How to choose, sharpen, and take care of hand pruners.
Save space in the garden without sacrificing a single squash.
Prevent a Spinach Leafminer infestation with row covers and pollen-heavy plants.
You don’t need a greenhouse to produce healthy, vigorous transplants.
Earlier fruits and flowers, plus endless variety.
I read that you can toss some seeds right on top of the snow and they'll sprout when conditions are right. Is this true?
A smart succession plan means fresh food from spring until snowfall.
Get your cages ready now before your tomatoes topple over!