Dig into organic gardening with tips on composting and news about sustainable agriculture.
The farmer, essayist, poet and critic has been awarded the 2013 Dayton Literary Peace Prize.
Plan now for fantastic color in your garden.
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Environmental groups celebrate the announcement — but only briefly before turning their focus to specifics and timing.
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.
A big, lush lawn doesn't have to dominate your front yard. A native plant expert explains why.
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.
It could be that you need some bees, or that the weather hasn't been ideal, or your soil isn't right.
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!
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