Dig into organic gardening with tips on composting and news about sustainable agriculture.
In response to the dearth of fresh, nutritious food in his community, urban gardener Ron Finley has created an edible garden atop a barren, weed-filled parking strip in South Los Angeles.
A roundup of products suitable for all of your tabletop miniature landscaping needs: Recycled glass bubbles, teeny-tiny rakes, bags o' moss and DIY kits complete with diminutive terrarium inhabitants.
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When it comes to growing native azaleas in the U.S., gardeners should give them plenty of light, avoid planting too deeply and keep young plants well-watered.
Bee Ayers of BK Farmyards gives ioby — the fabulous NYC-based environmental fundraising platform — the low-down on the fine art of raising chickens in the city.
It's unlikely that you'll need a ladder to harvest that sweet, spiky fruit.
Williams-Sonoma, purveyor of $400 Dutch ovens and the swankiest Italian espresso machines that money can buy, eyes the beekeeping, Kombucha-guzzling crowd with its new collection.
Although some green thumbs may balk at the idea of — gasp! — taking a smartphone into the garden, the gardening app market is growing like mad. The New York Times selects some fresh picks for spring.
Plant pathologists say supply chain not affected; spring planting tips for homeowners who want to protect their flowers.
In the long run this will save you time and money and your garden will thank you from sparing it lots of loss, due to the wrong plant being planted in the wrong place.
Cool weather plants can even be tricked into blooming in parts of Florida with a little extra effort.
One of the more encouraging aspects of the food reform movement is the latest push by urban planners and city dwellers to save neighborhoods from neglect through community gardening.
Children from various states were invited to the event after writing to Michelle Obama to share their personal experiences with gardening in their communities.
TerraCycle, upcycled design powerhouse and purveyor of worm poop plant food, helps usher in spring with two new products: A watering can made from granola bags and a plant caddy made from juice pouches.
Switching to organic methods of agriculture have seen a return of flora and fauna and insects to vineyards.
Suggestions include choosing a diverse variety of plants and letting some vegetables go to seed.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.