All flowers have a preferred soil type where they can thrive.
Milkweed plants are the only hosts for Monarch butterfly larvae, and natural habitats are being lost rapidly.
Steve McKaskle has tried a variety of organic farming ventures, and now produces organic rice and popcorn from his farm in southeast Missouri.
Should perennials be cut back in fall to prepare for putting the garden to bed?
How can you add organic matter to garden soil without compost or manure?
How do you prevent or treat early blight and septoria leaf spot in tomatoes?
What is the best way to incorporate leaves into garden compost?
By Doug Oster
If you have a house plant, should you add fertilizer to them? Doug Oster has the answer.
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