It’s always a good idea to try your hand at some plants you’ve never grown before.
Sawflies and black spot can impact your roses during the summer months.
Some tips on finding sturdy perennials that are also good for honey bees.
If you’re looking for an inexpensive way to liven up a spot in your yard or garden, direct seeding may be something to consider.
Many people choose to put mulch in their yards and gardens this time of year to promote healthy soil and block weeds around plants.
Electric mowers are a sustainable way to maintain your yard.
If you love fruit but have never planted an orchard of your own due to space constraints, you might want to consider grafted fruit trees.
Before you transplant those starter plants, here’s what you need to know.
It’s a cheap and effective way to build a raised bed with layers that will create great soil.
Learn how to prune your plants for the winter and what precautions you can take to stop the spread of disease.
Learn how to use leaves to help prepare your garden for the upcoming winter.
Learn about a natural way to fight and prevent fungus from taking over the plants in your garden.
Beetle damage is common this time of year in the garden. Learn how to prevent these pests from making a salad out of your plants.
Not only can you epsom salts to soak your feet for pain or a sprain, you can also use them in your garden!
It’s important to take some steps to keep your flowers blooming throughout the growing season. One of those steps is called deadheading.
Looking for a natural way to keep pests out of your garden? Consider doing some companion planting!
There comes a time in gardening every year when it’s out with the old and in with the new. You may find that the spinach in your garden has bolded (gone to seed) and become bitter, or perhaps your lettuce is tough and seeding. If so, remove it and use the space wisely by planting something else that enjoys the warmer weather!
Weeds are a common problem in gardens. Take a proactive approach to prevent weeds from taking over by mulching. Learn how to properly mulch in this episode of The Green Thumb!
Learn how to make an organic fertilizer that’s safe for your plants all season long in this episode of The Green Thumb.
Learn how to transplant starter plants using a method that ensures everything is properly watered.