We recently completed installation of a mother's garden - a gift from a son to his mother. He wanted her to have fresh fruits and vegetables steps away from the door.
Noelle Johnson (the AZ Plant Lady) is our guest this week. She shares her tips for growing a beautiful, lush garden in dry climates, which can be found in her new book, Dry Climate Gardening.
Last fall, a culinary teaching garden project that had been long in planning finally took root.
We met with a client two weeks before lockdown in February, 2020 to convert a rose garden into a productive vegetable patch. Two years later, we revamped the whole concept and created something much better.
A client invested in an enclosed garden that was inefficient and overtaken by neighboring tree roots. We revamped it for more space and efficiency.
This week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast we explore what makes a healthy garden with Mary-Kate Mackey.
when a client's sister-in-law bought the house next door, they knocked down the fence between them to expand the garden. Now it stretches across both front yards. It's a two-yard garden.
A new garden gives purpose to a huge, flat, barren backyard. Watch as we transform the space into a flourishing food garden.
We specialize in small-space biointensive gardening here at Gardenerd, so we get a lot of calls to install patio gardens from eager folks with limited space and sunlight. Our latest…
It's fall, and garden installations are top on our list. Last week we created a starter garden for a health-conscious couple and their young boys. They all want to know…