It's hard to believe that we're already heading towards the tail-end of summer! Even though we're still harvesting baskets full of summer produce from our garden, we've just started many of our fall seeds indoors to
This Tip of the Month is written by GrowJourney's cofounder, Aaron von Frank. All photos in the article are from the von Frank's edible organic yard in Greenville, SC. June 2016
by Eliza Holcombe Lord, Master Gardener, Master Naturalist, Permaculturist May 2016 Tip of the Month: How to Get Your Young Garden Plants Established With Proper Irrigation What are the #1 and
The above photo is not visually beautiful, but there's a lot to learn from what's happening here. We're going to try to hit the highlights in less than a thousand words... The photo shows an
A weekly roundup of a few things that we experienced or learned about in our garden this week. 1. First Ripe Strawberries! With only one 5 gallon bag of frozen strawberries left in the freezer from
by Eliza Holcombe Lord, Master Gardener, Master Naturalist, Permaculturist Tip: How to Make Good Looking Tomato Cages That Are Built to Last There are innumerable varieties of perennial, biennial, and annual food crops
Sure, we love the amazing, fresh organic food that comes from our garden, but we also love the daily opportunities to learn and experience new things together. Some of those things might interest you
by Eliza Holcombe Lord, Master Gardener, Master Naturalist, Permaculturist Tip: How to Prepare Your Garden Beds For Spring and Summer A nice summer harvest from GrowJourney's cofounders' no-till organic/permaculture garden.
What do mushrooms, Christopher Columbus, small pox, climate change, and your dinner all have in common? Read these five amazing soil facts to fin out! Ever notice how much organic farmers, permaculture practitioners,
We're all familiar with the concept of a library. It's a place you go to check out books with information you want to access around certain interests/topics at a certain point in time.