You’ll never buy dried herbs again after you try one or more of these six methods for drying your own herbs at home.
If you’ve ever tried to sow teeny, tiny seeds directly into the garden, you know how frustrating it can be. Not only is the seed difficult to handle, especially when you are perched on the edge of a garden bed, but it’s hard to see once it’s in the soil. Seed tape solves these issues and, what’s more, you can prepare it ahead of time, sitting at your kitchen table, no matter the weather.
Keep insects at bay in a window bog filled with carnivorous plants.
Chrysanthemums are always a fall favorite. Believe it or not, it's also insanely easy to propagate your plants for more of those bright autumn blooms!
Learn helpful tips on how to prepare for spring vegetable gardening. Soil, water, compost and pest management are the topics highlighted.
If you do not have the desired room for an herb garden plant the herbs among your flowers.
Build a bog window box for your marshy soil loving plants for perfect window viewing.