Do you live in a city but want to grow your own food? We’ve rounded up urban gardening tips and ideas to help you make the most of your space!
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Have you been thinking about starting a vegetable garden but don’t want to deal with watering? A cheap DIY drip irrigation system is your solution!
We love growing our own food around here, so when I stumbled across this great video on saving vegetable seeds on Facebook, I knew I had to share it with you guys. Saving fruit seeds is easy peasy, right? Vegetables are trickier, though. You can’t just grab those seeds when you’re chopping them up to eat. This video talks about how to save vegetable seeds and how to choose which plants you want to save for seed.
There are lots of reasons for learning how to grow seeds, but my top reason is that I enjoy it: seeds are beautiful and mysterious and I love the process of nurturing them through their stages of growth. It’s magical to propagate your favorite seeds successfully for generations! Just give it a try…
The Important Media community has been sharing some really wonderful tips on growing your own food, and I wanted to pass along a few of my favorites to you guys!
Maintaining a garden can be an expensive hobby and it happens to be one of my favorite pastimes. I quickly realized that going to the local nursery can really burn a hole in my pocket, so I knew I would have to put on my creative cap and start searching out the cheapest ways pizazz my garden.
Here are 6 simple, inexpensive, and fun DIY projects to beautify your own garden space!
Let’s grow food together! Here are some tips and inspiration from folks who are already participating.
April showers may bring May flowers, but they also bring some very anxious, antsy gardeners! Before you pick up a shovel or plant a single seed, there’s much to be done while you wait for the spring planting season. Planning your garden during the winter and early spring can help you get a jump start […]
Just because summer days are on their way out doesn’t mean the gardening has to end. In climates like mine on the Northern California coast, certain plants can be grown year-round. Through my experience growing organic veggies in a plot in my local community garden, I’m starting to learn the ins and outs of growing […]