Eating fruits and vegetables always makes us feel great, but when we grow it ourselves for FREE, it’s even better! Here are 20 food that regrow from their kitchen scraps and that you can plant in your garden!
Let’s face it: some of us just aren’t born with patience. We like to get things as quickly as we can. And that can sometimes keep us from planting a garden because we think it will take months and months to get the fruits and vegetables we want now! Well, no need to avoid gardening
Encourage your little ones to play in the dirt by helping with the garden! Dedicate a corner of the garden just for them, and let them pick what they want to grow. All the plants listed below have been chosen because they are easy to grow. Your kids will love seeing (and even eating) the
Tomatoes are one of the most popular veggies for food gardeners, and rightly so–there isn’t much in life better than a fresh tomato straight from the garden to your mouth. However, like with any plant, tomatoes have their preferences. Before you start digging up dirt, check out these simple tips for growing tomatoes to ensure
It’s always a bummer to open your front door and see a dull, drab and yellowing yard in front of you while your neighbors are reveling in lush, green lawns. Don’t have the ugliest yard on the block anymore; follow these tips to make it the greenest lawn on the block! Mow Higher Keep your
Some people just don’t have the time, space, or resources for a full-blown garden in their backyard but still want to grow some of their own food. Square foot gardening is a great solution to all of these problems! It’s the perfect alternative but can sometimes be hard to start and maintain. Follow these simple
Not all of us are able to have the big, lush backyard that we’ve always wanted. Sometimes we have to settle with our apartments and small-yarded city home. Don’t let those limitations stop you from cultivating the best garden you can! Here are some great tips for gardening in small spaces.
Turn your garden into an outdoor oasis by creating an environment butterflies won’t be able to resist! Start with these simple steps and remember the old real estate motto: “If you build it, they will come!” Feed the caterpillars (foliage). Introduce plants that butterfly caterpillars can feed on, specifically milkweed for monarch butterflies. Photo from
We all know that plant markers are essential to keeping your sanity in the garden, but who says they have to be boring? Check out this list of creative plant marker ideas and get inspired in your garden!