Australia has always had fires. They come with the territory. The same can be said of parts of the USA and even Europe. But the intensity and frequency of those…
Depending on where you live, you may have wrens chirping overhead, goldfinches swooping from plant to plant, or mourning doves cooing in the grass.
Mother Nature doesn’t use a spade. That is why 'no-till' or 'no-dig' gardening is gaining popularity among so many gardeners across the world.
We all know what it's like to spend a fall afternoon clearing the garden of leaves. But wouldn't it be simpler - if not better - if we use them to make a more productive garden?
Rain gardens slow down rainwater, allowing it to soak into the ground rather than flow into a sewer or nearby creek, where the debris could eventually clog the waterways.
When properly managed, bee houses are the perfect habitat for lone, hole-nesting native bees.
Ginger is a highly favored plant both in the garden and in the kitchen. In fact, it’s one of the most widely cultivated crops in the world, famed for its…
Insects are responsible for one out of every three bites of food. But because they are inconspicuous, small, and hard to track, the fear that there might be far fewer than before comes gradually.
Making our gardens more attractive to birds, mammals, and other creatures does not require a lot of work.
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…