I ran across some cool container gardening ideas the other day, including these “salad bowls.”
Hey there fellow food growers! How are things going in your gardens? I promised to update you guys on my container garden progress, so here goes…
Triscuit teams up with non-profit Urban Farming to help construct residential and community gardens across the globe!
I launched the Grow Your Own Food Challenge to help motivate myself to get growing and hopefully inspire other readers to hop on board and grow some food of their own. You guys have shared some great tips and experiences in the comments, and I wanted to share some email excerpts from reader Garp who’s got a nice food garden of his own going.
If you’re serious about growing your own food this season, you’ll want to try Beautiful Land’s potting mixes!
I’m getting a late start on the Grow Your Own Food Challenge, but I finally got my garden planted.
All of that blustery March weather wasn’t easy on my little container garden, but things are chugging along!
Soil tests are important when you’re starting a new garden, but interpreting the results is not always easy!
Seeds of Change is starting off their Sowing Millions Project by giving away 100 million seeds. The seeds are available to organizations and individuals. The Sowing Millions Project is based [ … ]
I promised to update you guys about my tiny container garden, for better or worse, and unfortunately I had a bit of a letdown late last week when I noticed that my Chinese broccoli had started to flower. According to my research, you are supposed to harvest before they flower, and it’s really important to get them before they go to seed.
Growing your own food can be a daunting task, so I think it’s especially important for first-time gardeners to set themselves up for success. One way to maximize your probability of a decent harvest is to plant varieties that are relatively uncomplicated. Here are some of my top picks for beginner gardeners.
You might assume that because I work on farms, I know everything I need to know about growing my own food. Unfortunately, that is not the case! As part of our Grow Your Own Food Challenge, I’ll be documenting my attempt to turn my lawn into a vegetable garden. But transforming sod into a workable garden bed is not easy! Here are four organic methods I’ve been considering.
Let’s grow food together! Here are some tips and inspiration from folks who are already participating.