While the name might imply that they require considerable space, forest gardening is simply another way to integrate edible and useful trees and bushes into home gardens.
Do you want to grow fruit trees? Here is how you can start a mini orchard in your backyard.
Though they are 90 percent water, cantaloupes are a rich, sweet source of vitamins A and C. Here's how to grow some in your garden.
Raspberries are not just delicious, they are also loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Here's how to grow some in your garden.
Blueberries are a favorite among backyard gardeners because they are delicious and easy to grow.
For all its cultural potency, the common fig – or simply fig - is surprisingly easy to plant and grow. That’s why more and more gardeners are growing figs in their backyards these days.
You don't need a large estate to grow a variety of fruits at home. If space is a problem, you can plant dwarf varieties. You can also try pruning and…
You can enjoy homegrown tomatoes even without a yard. That’s because tomatoes will thrive in pots just as well as they would in a plot in the backyard.
The colorful fruits are low in calories and abundantly rich in vitamin C and other antioxidants. This makes them an excellent addition to a healthy diet and a diverse backyard garden
If you plant tomatoes, then you've probably seen a few sunken, black or leathery brown spots at the blossom end of some of your fruits. That's blossom-end rot.