The severe drought in California and throughout most of the West and Midwest has made water conservation a major priority this summer. But even in areas where drought is not currently an issue, it makes sense to treat water as the precious commodity ...
Disease-carrying deer (or blacklegged) ticks and mosquitoes, pesky flies and midges (no-see-ums), and even annoying chiggers and ants don't stand a chance against Gardener's new Bug Me Not apparel.
The castings that worms produce as they eat organic matter are truly Mother Nature’s original fertilizer. In rural New York State, a creative agribusiness now uses millions of hungry worms to recycle organic waste and produce natural fertilizer..
Spring-flowering bulbs—which include tulips, daffodils, hyacinths and crocuses—are among the most prized flowers in the garden.
Plant a Scarlet Halo peach tree and you will enjoy beautiful pink blossoms in the spring and ready-to-eat fruit early in August. The fruits are juicy and sweet enough to eat right off the tree.
Because of the high profile of the ridge, a Gothic Arch Greenhouse is perfect for growing taller specialty crops.
Enjoy the beauty and warmth of a solid cedar greenhouse with the new Northern Heritage Greenhouse, which features an energy-efficient design.