Winter radishes are ready to harvest, so we made this Watermelon Radish & Burrata Salad last night. It's a great way to showcase these winter-grown roots.
I just returned from speaking at the Northwest Flower & Garden Festival in Seattle, Washington. It's one of the most popular garden shows in the country, and I'm taking you on a tour!
The garden gives us a dose of "new" every time we plant seeds. This promise of newness leads us through winter; it's the light at the end of the tunnel.
I've always said that winter is our spring here in Los Angeles, and the garden is bursting with signs of spring already.
As we dive into 2022, our first video of the year offers 5 vegetable gardening tips.
We welcome back Rishi Kumar of Sarvodaya Institute to the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast this week. Rishi has been a guest once before, but things have shifted since our last c
More than a few people have shared with me that 2021 felt like another 2020. For myself, I can say it was a blur. I spent the bulk of the year reviewing edits on my novel, promoting that new fruit gardening book I wrote,
We usually shoot images from the garden for these Wordless Wednesday posts, but this year we're doing a Holiday Edition to brighten your day with a little holiday cheer.
It's time for a quick December Tour of Gardenerd HQ. Christy takes you on a walk-through of what's working in December and what's not. We'll share progress on our raised beds, fruit trees, and
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.