How to Grow Malabar Spinach, an Edible Tropical Vine

Malabar spinach, although not a true spinach, tastes like it and grows during the heat of the summer when your true spinach has finished.


Do Upside Down Tomato Planters Really Work?

We tried growing tomatoes upside down and compared it to conventional tomato plant growing methods in our garden and containers. Here's what we found.


How to Grow Butternut Squash

Butternut squash is a versatile squash that can be prepared many different ways. It grows on long vines that can be planted in hills or grown in rows.


How to Grow Brussels Sprouts, a Cool Season Vegetable

Brussels sprouts look like little cabbages. They grow best in cool weather and actually taste better after a light frost.


A Tropical Taste of Hawaii: Eggfruit

Eggfruit, aka canistel or yellow sapote, is a tropical fruit with a peculiar taste and texture. It is known for its incredible nutritional values and health benefits.


How to Grow Broccoli, a Cool Season Vegetable

Broccoli is usually grown in the cool weather of spring. After you harvest the main head, smaller side shoots grow for a longer harvest season.


How to Successfully Grow Blueberries in the South

This article will provide everything you need to know to grow blueberries successfully in the South.


How to Clone Fruit Trees With the Air Layering Method

In this article, I will show you a very easy method of air layering fruit trees that requires no additional watering and allows you to clone your favorite trees for exact copies.


How to Grow Baby Plum Tomato Plants From Seeds

Learn how to grow baby plum tomatoes from seeds in containers in the garden. I show you the best way to water the tomatoes and how much sun and shade they need.


How to Grow Squash-Pumpkin Hybrids

The interesting thing about pollination is that some plants of the same species can cross-pollinate to create hybrid plants. Squash and pumpkins are both members of the same species of plant called Curcurbita pepo and can cross-pollinate to make hybrids.


Grow a Zombie Garden!

Many fruit and vegetable scraps that you normally discard can be used to start healthy new plants. Before tossing them in the compost bin, consider using them to grow your own zombie garden.


How Do You Germinate Broccoli Seeds in a Paper Towel?

Broccoli is a delicious vegetable that is easy to grow in your garden and is extremely nutritious to eat. To make things even easier, paper towel gardening is a great method for germinating broccoli seeds indoors. This guide will show you how.


A Tropical Taste of Hawaii: 'Ulu Breadfruit

Breadfruit is truly one of the healthiest edible fruits on the planet! Delicious, nutritious, and abundant - it is also a spectacular tropical fruit tree.


How to Grow Oyster Mushrooms on a Home Farm (With Recipes)

This article will share details about my small home oyster mushroom farm and provide information on how to set up a similar one in your own home. It also provides a few recipes that incorporate delicious oyster mushrooms for you to try at home.


How to Grow Cinnamon Like an Expert

This guide will teach you how to grow cinnamon inside the home and as a garden plant. You’ll also learn how to care for this spice, what it’s used for and how to consume it safely.


Top Easy and Low-Cost Veggies and Berries That Kids Can Grow

Gardening can be a fun hobby for both kids and adult alike. However, there are some plants that tend to require a significant amount of time and skills in order to grow them successfully. Other plants only need minimal care. This article will talk about the easiest veggie plants kids can grow.


How to Grow Peppercorns Like an Expert

Growing peppercorns is easy. This guide will teach you how to cultivate and care for your peppercorn plant. As a bonus, you’ll also receive an overview of the spice’s uses and warnings.


How to Grow Ginger Like an Expert

You can grow ginger (fuss-free) with the guidelines outlined in the article. You’ll also learn how to care for this warm spice, its uses, and any precautions related to ginger.


How to Grow Vanilla Like an Expert

You can grow vanilla at home. If you’re ready for a labour-intensive project, have buckets of patience, and would love your own vanilla beans, then this article will guide you every step of the way.


How to Grow Mint Like an Expert

You can indeed grow mint like an expert. This herb is easy to cultivate and care for. Here are the top tips for growing and caring for your mint plant. You’ll also learn about its uses and precautions.


How to Grow Garlic Like an Expert

You can easily grow garlic by following this article’s guidelines. You’ll also learn all about the herb’s uses, care, and precautions.


Vegetable Gardening During Quarantine

This article will share what our family has been doing during this community quarantine period. We have decided to make use of the time planting vegetables in the backyard and have been lucky enough to be harvesting these days!


You'll Never Need to Buy These 8 Veggies Again

Wouldn't it be nice to be self-sufficient? Even if you live in a big city and don't have much space for a big garden, there are still some easy to grow veggies you can plant. And what's even better is that you can get them at your local supermarket! Read on to find out what these are.


How to Grow Rosemary Like an Expert

You can grow rosemary easily with this step-by-step guide.


7 Easy-to-Grow Vegetables You Need to Add to Your Veggie Garden

This article will provide information on watercress, tomatoes, bok choi, radishes, and more of the easiest vegetables to grow in your veggie garden.


How to Grow a Grapevine in the Tropics

This article discusses much about the delicate, special and intensive husbandry of grapevine. It discusses how to choose climate and soil to produce grapes, choose varieties and their uses, propagate the grapevine, prepare land for planting and stake the vine.


Tomato Plant Wilting (Drooping) Causes and What to Do About It

Tomato plants wilt for a number of reasons, some are environmental and others are caused by pathogens. This guide explains the types and what you can and should do about it.


How to Grow Parsley Like an Expert

You can grow parsley at home and it’s easy. Just follow the guidelines to cultivate and harvest this tasty herb!


How to Grow Tomatillos (Husk Tomatoes)

Tomatillos are used to make the popular salsa verde. They are grown as annuals in northern gardens, similar to tomatoes.


How to Grow Ground Cherries (Husk Tomatoes)

Ground cherries are easy to grow and have a variety of uses.


Tomato Sunscald: Cause, Symptoms and Preventive Measures

Caused due to direct exposure to sunlight in elevated temperatures, tomato sunscald is easily prevented and its progress can be slowed down. Read on to learn how.


How to Grow Pumpkins From Seed for Halloween

This guide will tell you everything you need to know about growing your own pumpkins from seed.


My 2020 Pandemic Victory Garden

In stressful times, people turn to gardening for comfort, for food, and as a distraction. In the time of a pandemic, the idea of growing your own food is catching on quickly. Here are my tips.


How Much Sun Do Tomato Plants Need at Different Stages of Growth?

Tomato plants require anywhere between six to eight hours of direct sunlight, but increased heat intensity (temperatures) can cause problems. Learn out how to prevent this and more in this helpful guide to tomatoes and the levels of sunlight they require.


How Deep Do Tomato Roots Grow? The Definitive Guide

This article covers everything you need to know about how deep tomato roots grow, whether your raised bed is high enough, how you can control root growth, and more.


How to Grow Swiss Chard for Spring or Fall

Swiss chard is a leafy green that can be grown and harvested from spring until fall.


How to Grow Jerusalem Artichokes (Sunchokes)

Jerusalem artichokes, also known as sunchokes, are a native plant that is grown for its nutritious tuber.


How to Successfully Grow Your Own Popcorn

Anyone can grow their own popcorn. All you need is a pot, kernels, and a little patience. This guide will show you how!


How to Grow Celeriac (Celery Root)

Celeriac is related to celery, but easier to grow and store.


Why Do Tomatoes Split and Crack?: Overcoming and Preventing It

Tomatoes split whenever the flesh of the fruit expands faster than the skin can stretch. This mainly happens due to a high influx of water into the fruit. This article explains ways to prevent this from happening, as well as what you can do if it has already occurred.


How to Grow Celery for Spring or Fall

Celery is a biennial vegetable that is grown as an annual. You can grow it for harvest in the spring or the fall.


How to Grow Radicchio (Italian Chicory)

Radicchio is a perennial vegetable that is usually grown as an annual. To achieve the characteristic red coloring, you will need to blanch the heads.


Vegetables That Can Be Grown From Kitchen Scraps

For the beginner gardener, an easy way to start that garden patch is to utilize what is already right there in your kitchen. Here are five vegetables that can be grown from kitchen scraps.


How to Grow an Emergency Garden During the COVID-19 Crisis

This guide will break down how to quickly start a garden to help with food self-sufficiency by using things that you may already have at home.


How to Grow Pawpaws, a Native Fruit Tree

Pawpaws are a native fruit tree that was cultivated for centuries by Native Americans. The fruit tastes similar to tropical fruits like bananas and papayas.


How to Grow Tatsoi (Spoon Mustard)

Tatsoi is an Asia green with a tangy mustard flavor. It is a cool season biennial crop that will grow in partial shade.


How to Grow Beetroot in Containers From Beet Seeds

Learn how to grow beetroot in the garden in containers and pots. Growing this vegetable from beet seeds is quick and easy. I will show you how with step-by-step instructions and my own photos and videos.


How to Grow Napa Cabbage (Chinese Cabbages)

Napa cabbage is a cool season vegetable that is used in kimchi, hot pots, wraps and stir fries.


How to Grow Mizuna (Japanese Mustard)

Mizuna is a Japanese vegetable that looks like arugula and has a peppery taste. Use it in stir fries and salads to add spicy flavor.


How to Grow Bok Choy (Chinese Cabbage)

Bok choy used to be only found in specialty Asian markets but more and more home gardeners are adding this cool season vegetable to their spring and fall crops.