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…
Jon Jackson is an Army vet who found comfort in gardening. On the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast, he shares how this passion turned into a program to help other vets heal after service.
I know parts of the country are bracing for the Arctic Blast, but here in SoCal, we're harvesting veggies. I'm not bragging, really. Part of me wishes our soil had the break of winter, but it's not our time. We keep going.
Our first video of 2024 shows you how we turn under cover crops here at Gardenerd HQ. Christy shows you how we do it by hand, and get a workout in the process.
We start off the New Year with Larry Santoyo as my guest on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast. Larry has been a teacher and practitioner of permaculture design for the last 30 years, and was mentored by Bill Mollison, the founding father of Permaculture.
Happy New Year, gardenerds. We've been hard at work over the winter break to create a new online course that will help you plan your abundant edible garden season after season.
Our final video of the year shows you how to fix a clogged garden hose nozzle.
For the last podcast of the year, we share year-end thoughts with Christy. She highlights a few beautiful new seeds to try, and talks about New Years resolutions.
Put ground ginger, fresh ginger or crystalized ginger into anything and you've got something special. Here is one of my favorite ginger cookie recipes, from Ellen King's Heritage Baking book.
As the fall garden moves toward winter, it switches over to autopilot. Here's some inspiration as the days get shorter.