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“Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme” are not only well-known song lyrics, but common herbs used to season a variety of our foods.
With your own vegetable garden, you can pick them when they're at the peak of perfection.
Limited space shouldn’t be a deterrent to growing your own produce.
Gardening can be intimidating, but even for those that may believe otherwise, plants really aren’t out to get you!
For many people, it's the preferred way to begin a garden.
Savvy gardeners have amazing repurposed and recycled DIY garden ideas.
There’s no doubt that most plants love sunlight, but shade-loving plants have a special place in the garden.
Pruning trees and shrubs isn’t a lot of fun, but most gardeners accept it a regular task that keeps trees and shrubs healthy and attractive.
Edible landscaping follows the same design practices as those for an ornamental landscape, but substitutes edible plants for some of the less bountiful.
Mycorrhizae are microscopic fungi that establish a symbiotic relationship with the roots of plants.
Moving your precious seedlings into the garden is one of the most nerve-wracking times of the growing season.
Rain chains are widely used in Japan and combine form and function. Make your own with this tutorial.
Companion planting consists in providing the best environment possible to the vegetables you grow.
When gardening with kids, it’s important to make the garden accessible and fun for them.
Putting some items into place in fall can ensure a fabulous, jaw-dropping floral display that will have your neighbors grinding their teeth in envy.
The goal of urban gardening is to make food available as locally as possible.
Keeping a houseplant or any container plant healthy requires moving the plant to larger accommodations before the roots get too crowded.
Coffee contains around 2% nitrogen by volume and, as such, makes it an excellent source for composting.
Here are three edible climbing plants you must absolutely grow in your garden this summer!
Flowering bulbs like crocuses, tulips and daffodils are one of the first signs of spring.
This summer, try your hand at potted blueberries and raspberries!
Wouldn't you like to always have herbs close at hand, on your kitchen countertop or patio?
Growing exotic fruits like pineapples or papayas is something you should try.
You'd like to grow tomatoes but the only space you have is your balcony or patio?
Haskaps are berries that resemble blueberries, but with a unique, distinctive taste.
While it is simple to compost, knowing what is beneficial to compost is the key to your success.
There are numerous advantages to growing plants in containers, and this is all the more true for peppers.
Did you know some varieties of cactuses and succulent plants were edible?
Several gardeners would like their garden to bloom all summer long, while providing the least effort.
Here are 4 ways to grow tomatoes in your garden or available space.
This could be caused by various factors.
Here's a solution that can help you have a beautiful shade garden.
The principle of edible landscaping is very simple.
You would like to grow edibles at home, but you have no yard?
Here are three amazing herbs that will give your garden a very original look this summer.
Here are a few simple planting tips to start your annuals off on the right foot, and keep them looking their best all summer long.
Here are the steps to easily plant a tree or shrub in your garden!
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The days are getting longer and there is more and more light every day, for our greatest pleasure.
Here are a few simple tips that will help you take your first steps as an amateur gardener.
The following tips will improve the appearance of your trees and shrubs and will make for healthy growth this summer.
Anybody can grow herbs in containers, even if you do not have a green thumb.
These tips could help you grow healthier plants.
Here are a few tips that should make it easier for you.
These 5 tips will help you grow your plants in containers.
Those Christmas trees are easy to assemble and require little material.
There’s no doubt that most plants love light, but planning a shade garden requires a little more creativity.
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