Do you know which garden weeds are beneficial? Increase the productivity of your garden by knowing how to harness the power of these five weeds.
Have you ever wondered why weeds exist? Once you know the secret, you can harness the power of weeds in your garden.
Poison ivy is no fun. This article outlines an eco-friendly, five-step permaculture approach for eradicating it.
Caring for the soil is crucial to the long-term viability of our gardens and agricultural systems. Yet one of the biggest mistakes is contributing to soil erosion. In this post, we’ll talk about what’s at stake and 5 ways you can prevent soil erosion.
Catching water in the landscape is in many cases more efficient than using rain barrels. Here’s how one suburban homestead used water from their roof to create a front yard garden.
Strawberries are a favorite in the garden. Here’s how to grow your best strawberries using herbs like chives to fertilize and deter pests.
Comfrey is a perennial herb that is making its way into every permaculture garden. Learn how to grow comfrey so you can take advantage of its many benefits.
Swiss chard and sweet alyssum make a beautiful combination in the edible landscape. But this combination goes beyond “pretty”. Sweet alyssum is a workhorse, helping to grow a more productive landscape with less work.