Blistering temperatures above typical summer averages drive us indoors - into the comfort of our homes. But what about the plants in our gardens?
When properly managed, bee houses are the perfect habitat for lone, hole-nesting native bees.
With a bit of tenacity and tender care, you can grow rosemary plants in a container out on the patio. Here's how.
People have treasured the unique taste of basil leaves for thousands of years. Here is how you grow this popular culinary herb in your backyard.
Home-grown sugar snaps are much sweeter, more succulent, and far tastier than anything you can grab from a grocery shelf.
Because succulents have adapted to harsh, dry climates, they have unique watering requirements.
The cauliflower is a wide, girthy plant, but its roots run surprisingly shallow. That makes the delicious cool-weather vegetable an excellent candidate for container gardening!
Planting the same thing in the same place year after year drains nutrients from the soil. You can avoid this by changing what you plant on a particular plot or bed from year to year.
Ever wonder what are those small, green, and leafy vegetables added to dishes as we eat our meal in restaurants? These small vegetables are what we call microgreens. Microgreens not…
Beautiful, delicious, aromatic, and self-sufficient, culinary thyme represents a form of perfection in the summer garden. Here's how to grow some in your backyard.