Whether you're ready to plant your first crops or have been growing food for years, you'll find new ideas to keep you going and growing. There's no reason to keep your vegetables separate from the rest of the garden; we show you how with ideas to integrate edibles into the yard (called edible landscaping).
Growing tomatoes doesn't have to be difficult, but it can be challenging for beginning gardeners. Here are step-by-step tips to help you plant, grow, prune, water, and fertilize your tomato plants to ultimately produce juicy tomatoes that everyone will want on their plate.
Among the easiest and fastest-growing crops, microgreens offer a palette of fresh flavors, from mild to spicy, and inspire repeated plantings for an ongoing supply of fresh greens for creative uses. Here's how to grow microgreens indoors.
Straw bale gardens are a vegetable lover's dream—they're easy to make, versatile, and inexpensive. Use these straw bale garden instructions to build your own for fresh herbs and vegetables right outside your door.
It used to be that gardeners separated their edible plants—fruits, vegetables, and herbs—from the other plants in their landscape. But follow the principles of making an edible landscape, and you can use them as a visual garden treat.