Big Announcement: Next year, in 2022, I'll be converting Basic Organic Gardening into an online course. So this October is the final time I'll be teaching the class through Santa Monica College Community Education.
This week's video focuses on the mindset of gardeners who ask, "How should my garden look in September?"
This week we’re chatting with Leslie Harris of LH Gardens in Charlottesville, Virginia. Leslie has over 30-years of experience as an educator, coach, and passionate home gardener. She also has her own podcast called Into the Garden with Leslie.
Join in this Saturday's Fall Garden Planning Webinar to learn the techniques and strategies for an abundant garden this fall. This one-hour virtual version will teach you everything you need to know to plan your cool-season crops on paper. You can join from anywhere in the world.
This question comes in all the time: What's the Difference Between Compost and Mulch? It can be confusing because sometimes you can mulch with compost, and other times you can make compost from mulch. So let's clear up a few things.
Our guest on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast this week is Greg Peterson of The Urban Farm in Phoenix, Arizona. Greg is a permaculturist and green living innovator specializing in urban sustainability and growing food on dry lands.
As summer fades, we're capturing those savory and sweet flavors in meals and desserts. We can freeze them for later and enjoy them any time. Here are some of the things we're mak
It's that time where it's too soon to plant fall crops in Los Angeles (watching the 10-day forecast for temps under 73 degrees), and the summer garden is waning.