We're excited to announce that our newest online course, Plan Your Abundant Edible Garden, is ready for you gardenerds. This new course will guide you through the step-by-step process for planning your spring/summer (or fall) garden on paper. It will also help you design and grow your most efficient garden yet.
This week's video is all about blanching. What is blanching and why should we do it? Christy will explain it all.
Our latest podcast features Dale Eblacas, a seed saver, community advocate, and gardening educator. We caught up with him at the Heirloom Expo to discuss his work with kids and seed gardening.
We've hinted at something big coming your way for the past month or so, and today I'm happy to announce more: three garden planning webinars to help jump start your spring garden!
If you plan to plant your tomatoes in late March or early April, now is the time to start tomatoes from seed indoors.
Every year in winter our mint pot starts to looks sad, dormant and, let's face it, dead. But if you look closely there is evidence that it is still alive.
This week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast we chat with Stephen McComber about gardening by the moon.
You may have heard the news about California's recent rain storms - it's water, water, everywhere! Here's some inspiration for your week, whether it is a wet one or not.
As I finish flipping through the last of the winter-arrival seed catalogs, it's time to think about planning the spring garden.
Our latest YouTube video shares a cool hack that will increase your apple tree production in the years to come. Christy shows you a simple trick that will cause new…