With a few simple changes, your lawn could become an important habitat for wildlife. Here’s how to mow your lawn safely for wildlife.
A guide to growing cabbage in winter, a cold-hardy vegetable. Plant a few varieties of late-maturing cabbage to enjoy all winter long.
A guide to growing kale in winter (because a source of fresh greens is always welcome). Kale is a cold-hardy biennial vegetable that becomes tastier after a touch of frost.
Growing kale in containers indoors is a great way to secure a year-round source of leafy greens. Make sure you have adequate sunlight for healthy kale.
How to preserve swiss chard: a step-by-step guide to blanching and freezing. Wash, cut, blanch and freeze chard in portioned baggies for use all year long.
A guide to growing swiss chard indoors in containers. Chard has an undeveloped root making it a great plant to grow in pots.
Faster than growing from seed, here’s how to grow goji berries from cuttings.
How to grow corn shoots (aka popcorn shoots), a surprisingly sweet and tasty snack. All you need are seeds, a shallow container and soil to get started.
Looking to start a microgreens business? Here’s a guide to finding the most profitable microgreens.
A comparison between microgreens vs sprouts; a rundown on similarities and key differences. Sprouts are eaten whole, while microgreens are harvested just above the soil line.
Roll up your sleeves and let’s learn how to grow microgreens indoors! Microgreens don’t require a lot of space or fancy equipment to grow. In a few weeks, you can enjoy these nutrient-packed greens.
What are microgreens? Learn why microgreens are so healthy, how to use them in the kitchen plus how to grow them yourself.
Should sprouts be eaten raw or boiled? Read up on food safety, how to cook sprouts, and health benefits of sprouts.
Want to learn how to propagate rosemary from cuttings into new plants? We’ll go over two different methods.
Wondering what herbs and vegetables should not be planted together? Here are 10 herb and vegetable combinations that don’t jive well.
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