Old-fashioned gardens were sprawling collections of flowers, vines, and herbs that grew large and in abundance. Imagine such a welcoming space in your own garden.
Here’s how you know whether your soil is ready to be worked, plus some tips to garden through any season.
These tricks and resources can help you keep your heirloom crops from cross-pollinating.
One reader wonders how rare chestnut trees can really be since so many are alive and thriving.
If you love the unique spice and flavors in classic Thai dishes, try growing these plants in your home garden for extra zest in your recipes.
Victory gardens during both world wars produced food for soldiers.
Historically, an industrial agriculture model drove the biggest gains in food production — but today, small farmers have an advantage.
Heat zone maps, minimum and maximum temperatures and necessary chill hours are more like guidelines than hard and fast rules.
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