How, why, and when to use cold frames in your garden

Cold frames are a great season extension tool to help you garden in cold weather or to start warm weather seedlings long before your last frost date. Learn all about cold frames (including DIY cold frames)

Winter Gardening Tips from Master Gardener and Permaculturist Eliza Lord

I'm often asked for winter gardening tips or how to get started with a cold season garden. My answer? It depends on where you're located, what you like eating, and when you want to harvest your

How to have your raised bed garden created before breakfast

Yes, you can have a raised bed garden set up in minutes for a fraction of the cost you might think. In this article, we’ll review various options for raised bed gardens, including ones that you cost as little as $30. We’re big proponents of DIY (do it yourself) but sometimes time and resources make it difficult to take the DIY approach. When it comes to gardening, many people put off starting their first garden because they think it’s going to be hard, grueling work that will require spending days sourcing materials and doing construction. If this sounds like you, we’ve got good news… We’re going to show you how you can click a few buttons on your computer, then have your garden set up and ready to go ridiculously fast – yes, even before breakfast. (Maybe not before you first cup of matcha though.) Raised bed gardens at a nearby community garden. Community gardens are a great way to meet other gardeners and learn, but if you have the space you should also garden in your own yard (or patio).

Why & How To Use Ladbrooke Soil Blockers For Seed Starting

Ladbrooke soil blockers are a money- and time-saving tool for small farmers or gardeners who start lots of seedlings throughout the year. Here's why and how to use them.  If you've read our free seed

Are Bootstrap Farmer Seed Starting Supplies All They’re Cracked Up to Be?

Note: This article is an accurate and honest review of Bootstrap Farmer's seed starting supplies. We have not been paid to write a product review - e.g. we're not biased. We're simply writing a product review

Patio & Container Gardening With Sub-Irrigated Planters

Sub-irrigated planters (SIPs) will save you time and money. They'll also help you grow healthier plants than standard garden pots produce.  Do you have a patio or container garden? If you're using traditional pots, you know that it

Finally! Garden Pot Sizes Decoded…

Are you completely confused by garden pot sizes? You're not alone! In this article, Master Gardener and Permaculturist Eliza Holcombe, will help you make sense of the varying (often conflicting) pot sizes and how to

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Where To Buy Organic Gardening Supplies

Trying to find the best organic gardening supplies? Hopefully, we can help you with that...  There is a well-known psychological phenomenon called "overchoice." Overchoice basically means people get overwhelmed when presented with too many choices. For