These days, everyone laments the loss of privacy in our lives. But we seem to have forgotten an old but still powerful tool for rebuilding it: secret gardens.
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For countless millions of people around the world, gardening is not just a hobby – it is a passion. If you are one of those millions, then you know for a fact that climate change has already had a significant effect on the environment. How do we reduce the consequences?
While some gardeners may be blessed with excellent soil, most of us garden with soil that is far less than perfect. But turning poor soil into a rich, vigorous foundation for your garden is not difficult, once you understand the basics of soil care.
No one is born with a perfect green thumb. We hone our skills by asking questions, by observing other gardeners, and – yes – by reading. Here are our picks for books that every gardener should read.
Whether you live in a region with tough water restrictions or not, you can help your garden with appropriate hardware and by adjusting your habits and plant choice.
Your garden brims with secrets. Knowing those secrets will help you grow a beautiful, healthier garden.
Nothing adds flavor and zing to a dish quite like fresh-picked herbs. The good news is that you can grow your own herbs indoors.
The cold weather does not mean your vegetable garden has to be empty.
Those tiny black bugs that find their way into your home with your plants in winter are called fungus gnats. Here’s how to get rid of them. (Photo: John Tann/Wikimedia Commons)
Whether your potted plants live indoors year-round or you’ve brought them in for temporary shelter from freezing temperatures, they will require special attention throughout the cold season. We’ve got a few tips that will surely help.
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