|How To Read A Label
Trying to read a Lawn & Garden product label can be confusing. We’ll help you break down the information you’ll find on your label, define what it means, and understand how to use it.
|How To Start An Herb Garden
Starting an herb garden isn't difficult at all. Herbs can be incredibly functional and are great for flavoring dinners, or herbs can be frozen or dried for later use.
|Most Common Seed-Starting Mistakes
Improve your success when planting seeds by avoiding these common seed-starting mistakes and errors such as planting too deep, starting too soon or watering too much.
|Planting After Danger Of Frost
For a successful spring planting, be aware of the danger of frost. It can kill young seedlings. Knowing the last frost date in your area can help you plan when to plant your seeds and help them reach their potential.
|Strengthen Seedlings Before Planting
To strengthen seedlings before planting, follow these tips and timing recommendations, transitioning seedlings from protected indoor growing conditions to outdoor realities of wind, cold and sun.
|Summer Vegetable Care
In midsummer, vegetable gardens hit full stride. This means they require top-notch care so your plants can stay healthy, strong and delicious through the rest of the summer and into the fall.
|The Basics Of Saving Seeds
Saving your seeds means saving your money. The skill is simple to learn, but takes practice and knowledge to know what to save, when to save, and how to harvest seeds.
|Tips For Extending The Garden Season
Cold weather doesn’t mean the end of gardening. By knowing your plants and tracking regional weather patterns, there are some gardening tricks you can use to extend your gardening season.
|Tips For Raised-Bed Gardening
Raised beds provide excellent growing conditions. There are a lot of benefits, better drainage, customized soil and many more, including a large harvest from a small space.
|What Is a Dwarf Fruit Tree?
You don't need a lot of space to grow a fruit tree. Fruit trees come in a lot of different sizes, including dwarf, which means you can have a tiny tree that still yields fruit.