Pruning your blackberries will really help them thrive. Here is how to prune blackberries to encourage the plant's natural growth and produce lots of delicious berries.
These three easy tips will help you get the best-tasting tomatoes (and more of them!).
From deciding what you want to do with your tomatoes to figuring out what your frost date is, here are six key questions to ask yourself before buying tomato plants.
Giving peas a trellis to grow upright makes it easier for them to fruit and for you to pick. It also ensures there will be some left for you after the critters get the low-lying ones. Trellises are easy to build. Try these examples.
Gardening can be fun when you can grow your favorite vegetables easily in your home garden without buying their seeds from the market.
Malabar spinach, although not a true spinach, tastes like it and grows during the heat of the summer when your true spinach has finished.
Brussels sprouts look like little cabbages. They grow best in cool weather and actually taste better after a light frost.
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.
Learn how to grow baby plum tomatoes from seeds in containers in the garden. Everything you need to know about planting, growing and harvesting tomato plants. I show you the best way to water the tomatoes and how much sun and shade they need.
You can use fruit and vegetable scraps you'd normally discard to grow healthy new plants. Consider reusing them to grow your own zombie garden.
Paper towel gardening is a great method for germinating broccoli seeds indoors. This article will guide you through the process.
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.
This article discusses the easiest veggie and berries to grow, so kids can get involved in the magic of gardening.
This article will provide information on watercress, tomatoes, bok choi, radishes, and more of the easiest vegetables to grow in your veggie garden.
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.
Caused due to direct exposure to sunlight in elevated temperatures, tomato sunscald is easily preventable and its progress can be slowed down. Read on to learn how.
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.
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.
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.