A circular-shaped garden can be used to grow edibles in a beautiful setting. While pleasing to the eye, the design may also reduce labor. Here are some tips for designing your own edible circle garden.
Beets are a nutrition powerhouse and an efficient way to grow healthy produce. With the tips in this article, you’ll be growing your own in no time. Afraid to try beets? These delicious recipes are sure to please the beet-hater.
During the harvest season, the easiest way to preserve sour cherries is to pop the pitted cherries in the freezer. However, dried cherries have a lot of uses. Here’s how to dehydrate frozen cherries for a sweet treat.
If you have an ever-expanding collection of homegrown herbs, ‘101 Easy Homemade Products for your Skin, Health & Home’ will walk you through simple instructions for turning fresh herbs into personal care products that nurture your health and wellbeing.
Cucumbers can be a tricky crop to grow for many gardeners. This guide will review the growing needs of cucumbers and some strategies for minimizing pest and disease so you can grow your best cucumbers.
Finding food-producing plants that are also useful in other ways is a great joy of mine. Many culinary herbs, for example, are not only delicious and nutritious, but they may also attract beneficial insects or deter pests. These four shrubs will not only provide berries for you, but also produce nitrogen to fertilize the garden.