How To Plant A Small Vegetable Garden This Weekend

How To Plant A Small Vegetable Garden This Weekend

Introduction We all want to include more healthy foods in our family's diets and the idea of being able to do this from the comfort of our own home is very appealing. Planting a small vegetable garden might seem like an intimidating task, but it really doesn't have to...

10 Tools Every Spring Gardener Needs

10 Tools Every Spring Gardener Needs

With the arrival of spring comes the delight of the flowering and the regrowth of plants. Left behind is the intense cold of the winter season. Spring is the time of the year when days begin to turn longer and sunnier, and when Nature regains its life and splendor....

Top 5 Vegetables for Container Gardens

Top 5 Vegetables for Container Gardens

It's always rewarding to grow vegetables, even if you live in a small apartment or a cramped condo. Container gardening is the next best thing for people who enjoy gardening but don't have a lot of space to grow plants. The good thing is that there are so many...

5 Unique Ways to Save Time Managing your Garden

5 Unique Ways to Save Time Managing your Garden

Growing your own garden is one of the few life’s joys and pleasures that can stay at your side every single day. Seeing the work of your hands and enjoying your own garden goes a long way to ensure that you are happy and satisfied with what you’ve accomplished. Add to...

5 Steps to Getting Your Garden Started for Beginners

5 Steps to Getting Your Garden Started for Beginners

The idea of starting your own vegetable garden can be very tempting. After all, there are few things more satisfying than growing your own delicious food! You might be hesitant to get started, though, not really knowing how to start a vegetable garden. Don't worry, we...

Earthworms for Your Garden – 4 Ways to Attract Them

Earthworms for Your Garden – 4 Ways to Attract Them

Earthworms are among the most beneficial creatures you can have in your organic vegetable garden. They improve soil health by creating tunnels that allow air and water to penetrate. Plus, they consume decaying matter, bacteria, fungi, and nematodes in the soil, which...

Composting at Home DIY – 3 Basic Tips You Should Know

Composting at Home DIY – 3 Basic Tips You Should Know

Compost is the organic vegetable gardener’s best friend. In fact, it’s hard to imagine a successful growing season without a healthy dose of this amazing, nutrient-rich “black gold” working its magic in your garden beds. The best part is that you don’t need to spend a...

10 of the Best Soil Amendments For Tomatoes

10 of the Best Soil Amendments For Tomatoes

If you are going to invest the time, money and energy to grow tomatoes, you’ll want to achieve the best possible results for your efforts. When you start researching how to achieve this, you will no doubt come across the topic of soil amendments. Learning how to...

Succession Planting: How To Extend The Growing Season

Succession Planting: How To Extend The Growing Season

If you have a small amount of space to plant a vegetable garden, you are probably eager to get the most out of it. Succession planting is a great way to accomplish this because it will [easyazon_link identifier="B01MG1OJ4D" locale="US" tag="edibleterrace-20"]extend...

Growing A Front Yard Edible Garden – the Sneaky Way

Growing A Front Yard Edible Garden – the Sneaky Way

If you lack the space for a full-scale garden, you can still grow your fresh fruits, vegetables and culinary herbs in your own [easyazon_link identifier="1607742330" locale="US" tag="edibleterrace-20"]front yard edible garden[/easyazon_link]. Front Yard Vegetable...

How to Make the Most Out of Your Vertical Garden

How to Make the Most Out of Your Vertical Garden

If you have limited outdoor space, you might want to make the most out of the garden by growing things vertically and limiting the size of flower beds. Trailing plants are not only beautiful, but they can also provide you with the shade you need on hot summer days....

Set Vegetable Gardening Goals and Reap The Harvest

Set Vegetable Gardening Goals and Reap The Harvest

Have you ever stopped to think about your [easyazon_link identifier="1985688867" locale="US" tag="edibleterrace-20"]vegetable gardening goals[/easyazon_link]? If you are like many gardeners, you may find your main motivation is simply to get outside and reconnect with...

Cooking From the Garden Is Fun & Amazing

Cooking From the Garden Is Fun & Amazing

Eating Locally And Seasonally Is Easy Regardless whether your produce comes from your garden, the local farmer’s market or your fav grocery store, it is incredibly fun to cook with fresh fruits and veggies. Certain times of the year, our gardens offer us an even...

Starting Tomato Plants From Seeds Indoors Is Easy

Starting Tomato Plants From Seeds Indoors Is Easy

Are you planning on [easyazon_link identifier="B01NC3QJSX" locale="US" tag="edibleterrace-20" cart="y" popups="y"]starting tomato plants from seeds indoors[/easyazon_link] this season? Even though this is a more time-intensive process than simply buying seedlings at...

Would You Like To Grow Your Own Mushrooms Without A Kit?

Would You Like To Grow Your Own Mushrooms Without A Kit?

How To Grow Your Own Mushrooms From Home Mushrooms grow in a very different environment from plants and gardens, requiring a complete, or almost complete absence of light, an absence of light that would quickly kill most plants. If you are a gardener in the sense of a...

Can You Grow Pumpkins in Containers?

Can You Grow Pumpkins in Containers?

Who does NOT love the idea of growing your own pumpkins? Think of how amazing your pie will taste from a pumpkin you harvested right out your back door? OR, how much easier Halloween will be without having to run out and buy them so the kids can have their fun? Hey, I...

Here’s The 8 Best Gardening Tools For Seniors

Here’s The 8 Best Gardening Tools For Seniors

Although a gardening tool is really just a gardening tool, there are certain brands/styles that just make life easier for those with swollen or arthritic hands or mobility issues. Fortunately, there really are best gardening tools for seniors out there. These products...

How To Make Compost From Kitchen Waste At Home

How To Make Compost From Kitchen Waste At Home

Were you aware that we Americans throw away 40 percent of our food each year? The Environmental Protection Agency tells us that throwing food away in a landfill is similar to tying it up in a plastic bag and leaving it there. The food simply rots-which produces...

How to Find the Best Fertilizer for Vegetable Gardens

How to Find the Best Fertilizer for Vegetable Gardens

Are you agonizing over finding the best fertilizer for vegetable gardens? I am guessing you have already planned out the garden in your backyard, patio, or balcony. You’ve got your seeds and you’ve plotted out your space. But do you know what kind of fertilizer you’re...

Can You Grow Watermelon in a Container?

Can You Grow Watermelon in a Container?

SO many people ask can you grow watermelon in a container? Surprisingly, growing watermelon in containers is more common than you think. I found two tutorials online that cover all the bases for us gardeners who are interested in growing watermelon in pots. [toc]...

The 7 Best Tips On How To Grow Cantaloupe in Containers

The 7 Best Tips On How To Grow Cantaloupe in Containers

In this ongoing series, we are going to cover how to grow cantaloupe in containers. Who doesn't love the idea of going right outside one's door to pick the fruit you are going to eat for the very next meal?!?   How To Start Melon Seeds First, a little piece of trivia....

How to Grow Beans in Containers – 3 Helpful Resources

How to Grow Beans in Containers – 3 Helpful Resources

The term beans can mean SO many things! Green beans, soy beans, dried beans, broad beans – and the list goes on. In this article, I will not only tell you how to grow beans in containers but also talk about the beans based on the plant itself-bush beans, pole beans or...


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