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.
Making our gardens more attractive to birds, mammals, and other creatures does not require a lot of work.
Many respectable lexicons ascribe equivalent definitions to the nouns "spade" and "shovel." What's the difference?
Your garden brims with secrets. Knowing those secrets will help you grow a beautiful, healthier garden.
You probably have some hydrogen peroxide in your medicine cabinet for minor cuts, but you can use it to control pests and boost plant growth, as well.
The Japanese Zen garden, also called the Japanese rock garden, is a calming space designed to represent a landscape.
For individuals recovering from serious illnesses, gardens can provide hope and inspiration.
The good gardener knows that not all insects are pests. In fact, you can use a great many bugs as an effective means to control pests.
Throughout history, people have prized roses for their vibrant color, their delicate appearance, and their unmistakable, sweet, honeyed scent.
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.