Celebrate the grand garden season finale. Here are some faster, space-saving methods to harvest and store garden produce at its best.
Keep sidewalks and driveways weed-free all summer. Try these simple and safe remedies as weed and grass killers.
This article will guide you through the five worst tomato problems and how to prevent them.
Time to build a 4' x 4' concrete block raised bed. Make this a fall project. Add leaves and grassy material throughout the cool seasons. Get a jump on spring with your new raised bed.
Grow all the vegetables and herbs needed for the best fresh and canned spaghetti sauce. Know where your food comes from and what's really in it. Start with this pasta sauce.
Eating black eyed peas is a fun family tradition in the South now. But once eating cow peas, Southern peas or black eyed peas was a matter of survival.
Sow onion seed in flats six weeks before the last frost date in your area. All alliums are heavy feeders and require plenty of water. Get new tips for scallions, leeks, chives, onions and shallots
Plant in the fall. Add a fresh layer of compost as garlic starts growing quickly in the spring. Garlic is ready for harvest by midsummer. Gentle harvesting will extend the garlic's longevity.
Proper staking or support is required for big, beautiful tomatoes. Here's my review of the best supports for every type of tomato vine.
Pinching will not make plants healthier or more flavorful. It will encourage a fuller, bushier plant with more flowers and leaves.
White flies will seriously damage a plant and cold weather solves the problem. Several organic controls are listed.
From fighting cancer to fighting wrinkles, anthocyanins are regarded as one of the best reasons to eat deep colored fruits and vegetables. More than a novelty, blue foods are healthier and beautiful.
A guide to potato leaf and regular leaf tomato plants. Choose angora or rugose leaf tomatoes.