Join in this Saturday's Fall Garden Planning Webinar to learn the techniques and strategies for an abundant garden this fall. This one-hour virtual version will teach you everything you need to know to plan your cool-season crops on paper. You can join from anywhere in the world.
December gardening may not be a thing in northern and cold-winter climates, but we're moving full steam ahead here in Southern California.
This week on the podcast it's just you and me, gardenerds, and we're talking bare root fruit trees and perennial vegetables. Now is a great time to pre-order these items for your garden
There's a sense of newness as the fall garden comes to life. Seeds burst forth, transplanted seedlings grow new leaves, and empty spaces fill in with color and texture.
The pandemic has led to cabin fever and Zoom burnout, so this week our conversation with Rachel Jepson Wolf inspires unplugged family activities that celebrate the seasons.
Fall is upon us and it means we're harvesting the last of the summer garden to make room for new cool season crops. It's time to feed the soil, and to coax seed to life once again in warm-winter climates. No rest for the year-round gardener! Here's some inspiration to keep you going as fall comes on.
Our latest YouTube video shares our favorite varieties to grow in your fall salad garden. Diversity in the key to a flavorful, delicious bowl of greens, and you won't miss the dressing if you plant these.
We've officially passed the fall equinox, which means the garden looks like crap. Death is part of the garden's life cycle and it is something we must come to terms with. The good news is that fall also welcomes new beginnings -- cool season crops!
Our latest video takes you behind the scenes to see how I plan out my garden on paper each season. It's time to start the process.
Cold nights but hot days keep us guessing here at Gardenerd HQ. We're planting seeds in the ground, but our seedlings are still under grow lights until day time temperatures fall below 73 degrees F. False fall continues to tease us.