Spring is in the air, even though some places still have snow on the ground. There was a nationwide heat trend earlier this week, where folks suffering from frigid temperatures were suddenly shedding their jackets. Spring is just around the corner for most, and for some the garden is in full-tilt production. Here's some inspiration for the week.
Back in November, heading into the winter of the pandemic, we were crazy busy installing new gardens. Our client in West Hollywood wanted to turn their front yard into a productive vegetable garden. Out with the lawn, in with the front yard mini farm!
In case you haven't noticed, we're out to change the common opinion about radishes. This recipe for Parmesan Roasted Winter Radishes should do the trick.
As our winter garden passes its peak, we take you on a winter 2021 garden tour before we harvest too much from it. In this video we share some of our tricks and tips for growing bio-intensively, and highlight some of the new and favorite varieties we grow.
I have a confession to make. I strongly dislike vinegary pickled and fermented things. Get your kimchi, sauerkraut, and what have you away from me.
Happy New Year, gardenerds! We're easing back in to gardening--gently tip-toeing over the manure heap that was 2020--with a Wordless Wednesday
The New Year brings New Year's Resolutions, and Gardenerd is no exception. What will those resolutions be this year? In previous years, we've suggested lifestyle changes to live more lightly upon the planet.
Our last video of the year focuses on cover crops. What are they and why should we grow them? Christy tells you what you need to know to plant, grow, and harvest (or cut down) these crops before spring.
Our latest YouTube video shows you how to prune unruly blackberries before spring bud in 3 steps.
On this, the most reflective day of the year, let's look back at our gardening experience this year and make plans for the next. It's time to make New Year's Gardening Resolutions.