Dig into organic gardening with tips on composting and news about sustainable agriculture.
This symbiotic approach to growing food was practiced by ancient peoples like the Aztecs.
With the dog days of summer in full swing, WaterSense shares a few handy pointers on how to reduce irrigation-related water use without turning your lush lawn into a neighbor-irking eyesore. Check those sprinkler heads, folks!
Here's how to get the best that summer gardens have to offer.
Earth Starter, the fledgling company behind the idiot-proof Nourishmat and Herbmat roll-out gardening systems, takes to Kickstarter to help bring the time- and space-saving products to market.
Wondering what to do with that food-grade barrel (or doghouse or storage bin)? Here you go.
NBCNews tackles the dark side of urban agriculture with a look at the increasing number of chickens being put up for adoption after being abandoned by 'stupid foodies' and 'hipster farmers.'
The answer, say fair trade experts, can't simply be 'business as usual.'
We’re talking about a home gardener/lawn keeper situation, and not commercial businesses or larger-scale grounds keeping. So let’s do a bit of side-by-side comparison.
Here's how to make the most out of limited outdoor space.
An elderly couple's peanut-filled hanging bird feeders are at the center of a neighborly dispute over the illegal feeding of wildlife in a suburban New Jersey town.
The simplest and best answer is 'very carefully.'
The Gardeners of America/Men's Garden Clubs of America is looking to grow its membership by appealing to gardeners of 'all types.'
If your plants are not faring well in the heat, get them water, shade and mulch. Now.
A 1-acre plot at the Red Hook Houses, Brooklyn's largest public housing development, has been transformed into an urban farm that will employ local teens and provide hyperlocal food to the community.
Sure, they're attractive, but keep a close eye on these specimens.
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