This new video links to other great videos (like how to clean your tools, how to plant bare root fruit trees, and more). Christy also makes 2 big announcements about what's coming in early 2022 at Gardenerd. You won't want to miss it.
This week we're talking with Nicole Burke of Gardenary. She created a successful gardening business built on efficient edible gardening techniques. She shares some of her knowledge and expertise in this episode of the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podc
In warm-winter climates it's time to do a few things. Here's some inspiration for upcoming tasks, along with moments to enjoy from our Test Garden.
We LOVE it when folks shop local on Black Friday and beyond. Shopping at small business keeps money in the local economy (not to mention you won't be feeding corporate bozos).
Our latest video features the unboxing of a new product from the folks at GreenStalk Gardens. They sent it to us awhile ago to test out, but Covid shipping issues…
Toni Gattone is our guest this week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast. Toni is a garden speaker, educator, and the author of The Lifelong Gardener: Gardening with Ease and Joy at Any Age. She shares her tricks for adaptive gardening and gardening as we age.
The Gardenerd Test Garden is now fully planted and life is popping up from the soil. Whether you are just getting started on your fall garden, or shutting down for winter, we offer these images as inspiration for your next garden.
Our latest YouTube video takes you on a tour of our favorite kale varieties that we're growing this fall in the Gardenerd Test Garden.
This week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast we’re chatting with Jeff Pierce, an urban homesteader in Sonoma County, California. Jeff and his wife raise bees, veggies, fruits, and mushrooms.
In honor of our first kale harvest (albeit the lower leaves of each young kale plant), I want to celebrate the start of kale season with recipes. Fall is my favorite growing season, mainly because kale grows without attracting aphids.