This week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast, we cover urban gardening ideas with Kathy Jentz and Teri Speight.
If you haven't encountered pests in your garden yet this season, it's almost as certain as "death and taxes" that you will.
If you missed the window for our new online pest control course, Creating a Healthy Garden, during its initial release, you're in luck. It's back!
Squirrels can be a huge problem in the garden. And as stone fruit season arrives, gardenerds will need help protecting those crops if squirrels are nearby.
Alexia Allen lives on Hawthorn Farm in Washington state, where she and her husband spent the entire year of 2017 eating only hand-harvested food.
The spring garden is showing signs of promise, portent, and poppies. There's so much bursting from the soil, so much potential, it's hard to contain one's excitement.
I've been hearing from clients about new water restrictions cities are implementing to deal with California's water crisis. In some cases, cities plan to cut homeowner's water supply by 50%.
Our latest YouTube video explores common techniques for growing squash and melons. Ubiquitous instructions say to plant in hills, but is that right for everyone?
Our podcast guest this week is Kim Flottum, long time beekeeper and author of more than 6 books. His latest book, is all about common sense natural beekeeping.
Why am I calling this the winds of spring? Taking photos for today's Wordless Wednesday was a challenge because the wind was blowing through the garden at 20 miles per hour.