Five tools that will make working in the garden easier on your hands.
Smart strategies to make the best use of your gardening time—so you can enjoy your garden more!
Make sure you get plenty of water while working in your garden by taking periodic water breaks.
Pollen production can be a real pain, but for gardeners, an abundance of healthy, ripe pollen is the rich vein of gold that produces our most popular food crops, from apples and cucumbers to tomatoes and corn.
Major building-supply stores sell garden mulch made from shredded tires. It’s expensive, but it’s long lasting, allows for good moisture drainage, and is available in various colors.
To stay safe and keep your tiller happy while improving your soil, follow these simple tips.
As droughts drag on in many parts of the country, sprinklers have fallen out of favor.
This is still a relatively controversial topic. Some people say it’s risky growing vegetables in these beds.
Dog and cat repellents work with some animals, but not all. The most effective way to keep dogs out of gardens is fencing.
I heard that putting crushed eggshells on flower beds is good for plants. What’s the best time of the year to do this?