Dig into organic gardening with tips on composting and news about sustainable agriculture.
In memory of a fallen protester, this incredible garden features spent grenades that have been repurposed as flower pots.
While the median age for farmers is 58, more than 250,000 people under the age of 34 became farmers in 2012.
Put off by the the work involved with maintaining a lush front yard, Georgianna Reid explores inventive, neighbor-irking new landscaping methods.
One of the world's oldest professions is gaining popularity among America's younger generations, thanks to demand for organic and locally sourced food and a desire to get back to basics.
Actor graces the cover of Wine Spectator magazine along with his winemaking partner, Marc Perrin.
Fireflies are like Mother Nature’s fairy lights, and who doesn't want more of that? Here’s how to get your garden twinkling.
Your garden and houseplants will love the nutrition-packed fertilizer that is the result of this simple, 6-step process.
A rice farmer in Southern India is claiming yields 4 times the average, while using less fertilizer than conventional farmers.
If you can get past the somewhat distressing promo video, you'll enjoy Petomato's novel take on growing fresh veggies with little space and recycled materials.
Futuristic design meets urban gardening with this curious flat-pack greenhouse kit that harnesses seaweed-extracted agar-agar gel as a growing medium.
If you love plants and want to share that knowledge with the community, this might be the perfect volunteer role for you.
Looking to add cucumbers to your garden? These easy tips and guidelines could have you knee-deep in cucumbers in as little as 2 months.
Employees at Desjardins Group headquarters in Quebec can breathe easier (and have something gorgeous to gawk at during lunch) thanks to a new 15-story vertical garden.
Choose what you'll grow in your hummus garden by deciding which fresh vegetables (and fruits) you want to flavor your dip with.
Getting these mushrooms started in your garden isn't difficult at all. You'll need a log, a shady spot and some patience.
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