Dig into organic gardening with tips on composting and news about sustainable agriculture.
They take a little work and planning, but grapes can be a tasty part of your backyard garden.
In 'The Soil Will Save Us,' author Kristin Ohlson explores the potential for reversing global warming through soil conservation.
Urban agriculture meets adaptive reuse at a busy little mushroom-farming initiative named RotterZwam.
At the Alnwick Poison Garden, visitors are given a window into the strange world of poisonous and psychoactive plants.
The city is offering property tax breaks if lot owners allow their empty spaces to be turned into farms — and the rest of the state is watching.
Ever heard of black tomatoes? How about candy cane strawberries? Get ready to take your garden by storm with these unusual home grown fruits and veggies.
Fruit-bearing plants, piles of leaves and other backyard choices can bring birds and get rid of insects.
Receiving fresh local produce is a great way to test yourselves as a chef and clean out your fridge.
Get lost in the landscaping as you wind your way through these incredible creations.
Uncle Ben meets 'Blade Runner' in this wild vertical farming concept that also incorporates aquaculture, wind energy and 'algae facades.'
Want a garden that blooms all season long? Use this chart as your starting point.
In the running for the 2014 James Dyson Award, Nomad aims to solve the not-enough-space-or-sunlight issue that plagues many greenthumbed apartment dwellers.
Will bookable-by-the-hour private garden spaces encourage more cooped up urbanites to step outside?
In Vermont, 170 volunteers are donating their urine to a pilot program that replaces synthetic fertilizers with human waste.
Putting your flowers indoors can give your rooms a burst of color and fragrance, but it's important to take care of them as much indoors as you did outdoors. Here's how.
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