Dig into organic gardening with tips on composting and news about sustainable agriculture.
Buy me some peanuts ... and kale chips? Starting next season, AT&T Park, home to the San Francisco Giants, will be getting a 3,000-square-foot organic garden — a first for a professional sports venue.
Native plant expert knocks down 8 urban myths about what your front yard should look like.
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Don't toss those old potatoes or celery scraps. Put them to work and grow a kitchen garden from leftover bits and pieces.
Nonprofit provides access to equipment, land and business advice in a program that gives apprentices three years to develop skills to make it on their own.
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A garden blanket that uses the ideas behind companion planting and square-foot gardening makes growing your own food as easy as painting by numbers.
Home gardeners might be surprised to learn that summer is a prime time for growing poinsettias.
Now that the royal baby has arrived, here's our list of royal gardens to consider adding to your Best-of-Britain tourist itinerary.
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.'
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.