There are three simple steps to starting your tomatoes off right for the best growing success.
From crisp salad turnips to luscious bok choy, the early spring garden can be a lot of fun and yield delicious veggies if you get the right plant selection and start them at the right time.
Growing cold-hardy veggies and doing a couple of simple things to keep them warm will help your unheated greenhouse produce all winter long.
Learn how to grow fresh food year-round in a greenhouse. This article provides three essential watering tips to ensure your plants thrive through the winter months.
If you want to save your plants from frost so that you can harvest at the end of the season, you'll need to follow a protocol. We have perfected our frost protocol with three easy steps.
A fungus called powdery mildew often preys upon cool, damp gardens in the fall. If this is happening to your garden, you can safely and naturally control the spread. Six homemade sprays can be used as natural remedies to treat powdery mildew.
If your area is prone to extreme heat or there's a heatwave about to hit, follow these four simple tips to protect your garden and help your plants through the summer.
There are safe and organic ways to eliminate this pest from your garden. Here are five natural ways to keep the tomato hornworm from destroying your tomato plants.
Corn earworms can ruin an entire crop of delicious sweet corn. Learn four ways to get rid of them without using any harsh chemicals.
Cutworms can quickly ruin a garden. From handpicking them at night to using diatomaceous earth, here are five ways to kill cutworms without harming plants, animals, humans, or the environment.
From making a DIY garlic-oil spray to using diatomaceous earth, this article will provide four different ways to get rid of your earwig problem in safe and natural ways.
Cabbage loopers can ruin your crops in a hurry. Luckily, there are several cheap and easy ways to get rid of them, such as sprinkling diatomaceous earth or making a DIY citrus spray.
From garlicky sprays to chrysanthemum-derived pesticides, these natural solutions will help get rid of the aphids in your garden (and a few other pests too!).
Getting rid of pests in a garden can be difficult. Learn four organic ways to remove pillbugs (roly-polies) and sowbugs from your garden, such as sprinkling diatomaceous earth or making a homemade trap.
From using raised beds and weed barriers to staying on top of maintenance, here are four easy steps to eliminate weeds in your garden.
A professional trellising system can help keep your tomatoes from rotting on the vine. A trellis will keep your plants under control, keep your tomatoes up out of the dirt, and make tomato growing easy and fun.
Depending on the pH of your soil, there are two ways to fix blossom-end rot: Epsom salt or foliar calcium spray. This article will show you how to use both methods.
These three easy tips will help you get the best-tasting tomatoes (and more of them!). If you choose the right variety for you, grow organically, and let your tomatoes ripen on the vine, you're sure to harvest plenty of absolutely delectable tomatoes.
From deciding what you want to do with your tomatoes to figuring out what your frost date is, here are six key questions to ask yourself before buying tomato plants.