2016-09-28T11:04:36Z10 easy to grow perennial flowers to start from seed. Tips for starting the seeds and keeping the plants growing.
2016-09-28T11:04:36ZDiseases and insect pests of garden plants. Photos of insects, insect damage and diseases, with brief description of the pest and the damage it can do to plants in the garden.
2016-09-28T11:04:36ZPumpkins for carving are strictly for show. If you’re going to be using your pumpkins for cooking and baking, you want the sweetest pumpkins you can find. A smooth, creamy texture is important too. And having an outer shell on your pumpkin that doesn’t require a power tool to remove is a nice plus. Here are some tips for picking a great pumpkin for eating. Page 2.
2016-09-28T11:04:36ZGreenhouses are the ultimate luxury for gardeners, but they're also a big responsibility. Here are some greenhouse kits and their pros and cons.
2016-09-28T11:04:36ZPlants are classified as monocots or dicots, based on traits like the number of cotyledons, or seed leaves, they develop in their embryo.
2016-09-28T11:04:36ZPerennial plants can take time to multiply, but these self-sowing perennials speed up the process. Grow some, to fill in the gaps in your garden.
2016-09-28T11:04:36ZGet the largest greenhouse you can afford and fit into your yard. Whatever size greenhouse you buy, you will quickly fill it. It is easier and cheaper to purchase a large greenhouse than to try and expand a small greenhouse. Determining how large a greenhouse you will comes down to 2 questions: How much is going into it? and How much will it cost? The trick is finding a greenhouse that will hold all your plants and not break your budget. Here are some points to consider.
2016-09-28T11:04:36ZNapa, or Chinese, cabbage is a very versatile vegetable that is easy to grow in the vegetable garden. Here are tips for growing and cooking with it.
2016-09-28T11:04:36ZHow to plant, grow and harvest all types of beans. Tips for what types of beans to choose and how to care for them in the garden and in the kitchen.
2016-09-28T11:04:36ZSpreading groundcover type perennial plants are great to use to fill in cracks and spaces in paved walkways and patios. These spreading plants soften edges and give an aged appearance.
2016-09-28T11:04:36ZFor fresh picked corn flavor, you will have to grow your own. Luckily it's is easy to grow. Here's how to grow and care for sweet corn in your garden.
2016-09-28T11:04:36ZIt’s so tempting. The idea of building a greenhouse means gardening year round. Greenhouses are the ultimate fantasy for gardeners, but they’re also a big responsibility. One night without heat and all of your plants and seedlings could be goners. Your greenhouse will need heat, water, benches, venting, electricity. And that’s just for starters. Here are some key points to ponder before you buy a greenhouse.
2016-09-28T11:04:36ZSorrel give a pleasant lemony tartness to any dish. Whether you think of it as an herb or a leafy vegetable, sorrel is easy to grow and delicious.
2016-09-28T11:04:36ZMid-summer is not too late to plant a vegetable garden, if you choose what you grow wisely. These vegetables can handle heat and grow quickly.
2016-09-28T11:04:36ZBulbs are not just for spring flowers. try growing these summer flowering bulbs that add color and a touch of the tropics to the peak season garden.
2016-09-28T11:04:36ZThere are 100s of garlic varieties and the only way to taste them all is to grow them yourself. Here are tips for choosing and growing the best.