Even if you don't eat okra, consider growing the plant for the beautiful blooms.
Celebrate the grand garden season finale. Here are some faster, space-saving methods to harvest and store garden produce at its best.
Does baking soda kill weeds? Yes! And so does vinegar! This article will teach you how to use baking soda and vinegar to manage pesky weeds.
Is your tomato plant struggling or dying? Not sure what's wrong with it? This article will guide you through the five worst tomato problems and how to prevent them.
Learn how to build a 4' x 4' concrete block raised bed. Build it in the fall to get a jump on spring gardening.
Grow all the vegetables and herbs needed for the best fresh and canned garden spaghetti sauce. Know where your food comes from and what's really in it. This pasta sauce is the perfect place to start.
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.
Proper staking or support is required for big, beautiful tomatoes. Whether it's a solid, foldable cage or spiral stakes, here are the best support options for every type of tomato vine.
Pinching will not make plants healthier or more flavorful, but it will encourage a fuller, bushier plant with more flowers and leaves. Learn which plants thrive when their flowers or terminal buds are pinched off.
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.