Square foot gardening is a great way to garden with limited space. It's also the most efficient and least expensive method of growing your own vegetables, fruits, and flowers. Square foot gardening can be done on any scale, from a patio container to an entire acre of land.
When it comes time for harvest, you'll have plenty of fresh food all year long!
Here’s how to start square foot gardening, regardless of how much - or how little! - experience you might have.
Are you ready to learn how to grow basil? If so, you’re in the right place.
Mint is a perennial plant that grows well in the cool, moist soil of a garden. Mint is most often grown for its leaves, which are used to flavor many foods and drinks. It can also be used as an herb or ground into powder form to make herbal teas. Growing your own mint plants will give you access to fresh leaves all year round.
Interested in learning how to grow mint? You’ve come to the right place.
There are countless varieties of mint that you can grow, all of which belong to the Mentha family. A natural ground cover, mint grows quickly and can easily become a nuisance plant if you aren’t careful about where you plant!
One of the most common yard pests is definitely ants, but they also play an important role in your garden! They help to pollinate flowers and control some other pests but no one wants them eating away at your garden.
There are many solutions to get rid of ants without any harsh chemicals or insecticides. This is especially important if you are growing your own vegetables at home.
A question which divides generations of gardeners is whether raised beds are better than in-ground beds. More traditional farmers and gardeners will usually side with in ground beds, while many, especially suburban, gardeners will only consider raised beds.
But what is the actual truth? What are the pros and cons of raised and in-ground beds? You are about to find out!