Our latest YouTube video explains why something is digging up your plants. Christy shares (from personal experience) the kind of disruptions that make gardeners despair, & how to prevent them from happening.
Ann wrote in to Ask Gardenerd this week with a question about growing squash and melons. We offer solutions to protect plants from her turtles
The first warm day in ages graced us with its presence this week. A break in the rain gave us time to snap a few photos of what's bustin' out in the garden this spring.
In this issue: March in the Garden Podcast: Cottage Foods with Lisa Kivirist Gardenerd Tip of the Month: Tomato Tips Gardenerd Product of the Month: Online Pest Control Course 1.…
Our guest this week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast is Lisa Kivirist. She's an author of 6 books, an advocate for entrepreneurs, and is co-owner of Inn Seredipity Farm.
Our latest YouTube video shares how to use stinging nettles to your advantage. They are free food, but also have medicinal and beneficial properties for your garden.
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.
The weird weather in California is making national headlines. Snow showed up in places it never dared to appear before, and rain has been "extra" this winter.
This is winter at Gardenerd HQ. Here's some eye candy to get you through until your last frost.
It's time to make strawberries productive again. Our latest YouTube video shows you our step-by-step process for revitalizing an old strawberry bed.