By Gabe Brown
Improve your soil health using five principles: armor soil surface, improve soil health, maintain living roots and integrate animals into your ecosystem.
The art of searching for, saving, and storing heirloom seeds, including a couple of okra cultivars that were designated All-America Selections winners in 1939.
By Petra Page-Mann
Locally produced seed is the root of garden glory for growers in diverse bioregions; here’s how to find seed producers near you that offer regionally adapted seed.
By Barbara Pleasant
Grow your plants from seed indoors using inexpensive supplemental lighting, and with some new bulbs on the market, you have even better varieties to choose from.
By Carole Coates
Save your garden records in style when you personalize a notebook that’s organized to include the facts, hacks, and figures from your own planting experience.
By Mary Lou Shaw
Follow these tips from homesteader and writer Mary Lou Shaw to enjoy miniature citrus trees that can grow in any Zone with some careful tending.
By Abigail Willis
Organic gardening used to be known simply as “gardening”, but the roots of the now-common movement stretch as far back as 1920.
By Mary Lahr Schier
Plant the best herb garden for a tricky northern climate that you will use to make herb syrups and teas.
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