Starting a garden should be a pleasure. But it does help to have a little knowledge of how to go about making a garden. Here's a quic selection of articles to give you confidence in creating your won garden.
Starting your first garden shouldn't be a daunting task. Probably the best piece of advice is - Start Small. If you're frozen in your steps, wondering what to plant, where to plant it, how to not kill it..., here's a bottom line Step-by-Step primer for you. Veteran gardeners, how many times have you been asked for help from frazzled first timers. Here are some tips to pass along.
Fortunately, growing vegetables is pretty easy. Whether you are starting to plan your first vegetable garden or dreaming up your next, growing great tasting vegetables and staying ahead of problems does take a little knowledge and effort. The following lessons will get your vegetable garden up and running in no time.
It's easy to get carried away planting a garden. Even after you've bought all the necessary tools and supplies, there are always more plants to covet and new gadgets to try. But that doesn't mean your garden has to turn into a sink hole for your money. Some of the best gardening tips don't cost a cent and some will help you save money for years. Here are 10 no-pain ways to save money and reso…
Great gardeners seem to know all the little secrets for making plants happy. Luckily, gardeners love to share almost as much as they love to talk about their gardens. Here's a collection of quick gardening tips and ideas to make your garden better. Feel free to share you gardening quick tips too.
Need a clay buster? A rose for shade? What to try growing some of those heirloom vegetables you've heard about? Wish your annuals would self-seed? These lists will give you some top plant varieties, whatever your garden needs.
Gardening how-to video library. 2 Minute Videos to Help Make You A Better Gardener. Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words. The videos in this gallery will show you how to prune roses and shrubs, plant trees - even make your garden look larger than it is!
Starting plants from seed isn't rocket science, but there are several seed starting tips that will help your success rate with seed germination and give your seedlings a healthy start.
Flower gardens require constant maintenance to look their best. Common garden chores like pruning, pinching and deadheading are easy to master, as show here in this step-by-step photo tutorial.
Increase the plants in your home and garden by taking cuttings from existing plants and rooting them to make more plants.
The Midwestern Regional Climate Center is providing a free, online program where users can create calenders to tell them things like: average temperatures, heating and cooling degree days and precipitation. And it’s easy to use! Here's a quick How-To from About’s Guide to Weather, Rachelle Oblack.
Gardening can sometimes sound like a foreign language, with hybrids, drupes and herbaceous plants. This garden glossary is meant to assist you in deciphering gardening terminology.
A compilation of words of wisdom as quoted by fellow gardeners.
Together, we can change the world, one mind at a time.
Have a great day,