You can create a watery sanctuary in your garden using little more than butyl rubber pond liner, gravel, sub-soil, and a selection of native plants. Here is how.
Native plants are gradually earning space in backyard gardens everywhere. Here's how to incorpoate them into your garden.
By Ashley Baxter and Hey Monty! Do you know that your kitchen scraps and the compost bin at the bottom of your yard can help save the world? Want to…
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…
Making our gardens more attractive to birds, mammals, and other creatures does not require a lot of work.
A backyard submitted to weeds and wildflowers makes more practical sense than a manicured lawn. Here are seven reasons why.
Planting a pest resistant garden... Right now, there are gardeners all around the world, tending their vegetables. But for who? Depending on where you are, are you also sharing your…
While decline in the numbers of whales, wolves, and tigers is cause for worry, we should not forget that bee populations are also dwindling
Soil that has become compacted is not only harder to work, it can also discourage beneficial organisms from your garden. Even worse, plants do not grow well in compacted dirt.
Gardeners know all too well that not all flora is welcome in one’s backyard. But how exactly should you remove poison ivy from your garden?