Looking for good companions for your herbs? We’ve put together a guide to smart herb companion planting along with a handy chart!
Tired of waiting for seedlings to emerge in tiny pots? Here’s how to germinate seeds in paper towel—a quick and easy way to start your garden.
What is chitting potatoes all about? This means to pre-sprout, or greensprout your potatoes before planting to shorten harvest time and increase yield. Read on to learn more!
Some like it hot…if you want to grow chili peppers indoors, we’ll show you how to do this step-by-step. Plus we have a few handy tips on keeping your plant healthy!
Check out this guide on how to grow kangkong from cuttings, from seed, and in water. We’ll also take a look at the nutritional content of water spinach.
Hey tropical plant lovers! Here’s a guide on how to care for elephant ear plant, both indoors and out. Grace your garden or living room with large, lush foliage.
Short on light and space? Here’s a roundup of the best indoor hanging plants for low light environments. There’s a plant out there for every corner.
Bring your walls to life with the power of plants. Here’s a roundup of the best plants for a living wall, plus a quick DIY mason jar wall planter.
While spider plants are resilient and low-maintenance, there are a few things you need to know. Here’s a guide to spider plant care indoors.
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.
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.
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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