On the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast this week, we travel to Australia to chat with Adina Oosterwijk about community greening.
August is when most gardens start to look like hell. We do our best to keep things looking nice, but nature always wins in the end.
A question came into Ask Gardenerd this week from Marilyn Boone when her citrus was overwatered. We answered.
What's the difference between an annual and a perennial? If you're new to gardening, you may not yet be familiar with these terms.
On the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast this week we chat with Dan Lambe, the CEO of The Arbor Day Foundation. Dan shares his knowledge of how important trees are for the continuation of life on earth.
There's a point in summer where, as much as I love my garden, I want to get away from it all. I want to lounge in a hammock, read books and take naps.
We get this question all the time: Why Aren't My Tomatoes Growing? There could be a number of reasons why, & our latest YouTube video explores many of the most common.
Our guest this week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week is David King of The Learning Garden. He's been on the podcast before, but we brought him back to talk about a major construction project that destroyed the Learning Garden during the pandemic.
We got two new chickens in the midst of a chaotic week after the 4th of July.
In honor of a successful stone fruit season, we thought it appropriate to share some of our favorite recipes using stone fruits