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5 Tips for Indoor Gardening in Small Spaces

5 Tips for Indoor Gardening in Small Spaces

The biggest thing we hear regarding the woes of starting a garden is “but I have absolutely no space!” We hear your cry of claustrophobia, we do. And we raise you a recycled bottle, a vertical garden, and some simple creativity. All we’re saying is, you probably have...

Medicinal Herbs You Can Grow Indoors

Medicinal Herbs You Can Grow Indoors

As we move into winter, and start to enter the cold and flu season, we are all looking to arm ourselves and our family’s with remedies and support to keep us healthy. Maybe this season more than ever before, as we continue to navigate a global pandemic. Many people...

All About Allotments: Take Part in a Community Garden

All About Allotments: Take Part in a Community Garden

An allotment (British term), or in North America, a community garden, is a plot of land made available for individual, non-commercial gardening or growing edible plants. Community gardens became popular in the United States during World War I and II, and were then...

How to Create a Thriving Garden In Any Conditions

How to Create a Thriving Garden In Any Conditions

Garden Weather: Planting In Any and All Conditions For some, gardening might feel like a task too daunting to even entertain - especially if you live in a climate with harsh winters or extreme summers. Maybe you have embarked on your gardening journey and you are...

How to Keep Your Plants Alive in Fall and Winter

How to Keep Your Plants Alive in Fall and Winter

'Fall and Winter months typically mean chilly weather, cozy blankets and hot cocoa - but while most of us are well equipped to handle the change - the combination of cold air, lower temperatures and shorter days can make it difficult for plants to thrive. Are you...

When and How to Harvest Pumpkins at Home

When and How to Harvest Pumpkins at Home

Pumpkin Season is officially upon us, and you know what that means: Pumpkin Spice Lattes, pumpkin patches, pumpkin pie, carving pumpkins, canned pumpkin, pumpkin recipes, the Trader Joe’s Pumpkin specialty items, and more. If you are a gardener (or even if you’re...

How to Care for your Summer Harvest

How to Care for your Summer Harvest

So you’ve had a great summer, with a thriving garden (whether indoor or outdoor) and you’ve picked all the tomatoes, summer squash, and lettuce you can eat. The question now becomes, how do you make the transition from summer, to fall gardening? Your end-of-season...

What to Plant For Fall

What to Plant For Fall

As you look outside and watch the leaves begin to change, you may be gearing up to say your goodbyes to summer, and a thriving garden. However, for gardeners looking to stretch out their growing season, the beginnings of fall signifies a new opportunity for planting!...

7 Vegetable Garden Ideas You Can Plant Now In Time For Summer

7 Vegetable Garden Ideas You Can Plant Now In Time For Summer

Fastest Growing Vegetable Crops That You Can Start Right Now Can you think of anything better than fresh, perfectly ripe and ready to eat vegetables just in time for summer? Especially if they come from your own urban garden or backyard. Read on, for some tips for...

How to Grow Your Own Indoor Herb Garden

How to Grow Your Own Indoor Herb Garden

So after years and years of city living, you’ve submitted to the fact that you’ll never have that beautiful garden you grew up tending with your grandma. You’ll never have fresh basil for your summer pasta, or organic dill for your salmon. You’ve come to terms with it...

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