Learn ways to save water to keep the garden healthy and growing during the dog days of summer.
The bark of woody plants is strange, versatile, and well worth harvesting for food, medicine, industry, and more.
Break into a new market by selling your produce to local brewers and cider makers.
By Ben Whitacre
Tough enough to stop a speeding car, native roses are as versatile as they are resilient, and they may even be immune to a pervasive rose disease.
No need to feel behind the times with tart, easy-growing currants in your garden, and your pantry full of jewel-like jellies, jams, and preserves.
This year I am taking a more active role with the garden and learning new things.
Hydroponics is the new kid on the block but, like most things, it has its attributes and its drawbacks.
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