If there is one concoction that has helped in our battle against pests in the garden and flowerbeds, it is homemade hot pepper spray! It can simply work wonders when it comes to keeping rabbits, squirrels, chipmunks, and yes, even
Now that the garden is in, its time to keep it looking great with a few mid-summer vegetable garden tips! So much work goes into spring planting we sometimes forget that once summer arrives, there is still work to do.
Its tomato season – and that means its time to start tying up tomatoes and peppers in the garden! Whether you use tomato stakes, cages, trellis lines, or a homemade hybrid Stake-A-Cage structure like we use to support plants, it’s
When it comes to fertilizing vegetable plants, flowers, containers or hanging baskets, a few simple secrets can create big success! Of course, growing healthy, vibrant and great looking plants all starts with good soil. But even the best of soils
By simply avoiding a few common tomato planting mistakes, you can be well on your way to growing and harvesting your best tomato crop ever this year! Tomatoes are one of the most beloved crops of the home vegetable gardener.
Searching for a few great garden gift ideas for Mom on Mothers Day? Mother’s day is a just around the corner, and with spring finally springing, perhaps the perfect gift is one that can let mom enjoy her love of gardening
When it comes to growing potatoes with ease, nothing works like homemade potato crates! In fact, it is the only method we use to grow our entire crop, And that includes sweet potatoes, in addition to our regular potatoes. It’s
Avoiding the 3 biggest spring planting mistakes. Spring is here and its time to get gardening! Or is it? If having a great garden and gorgeous flowerbeds are high on your list this year – then its important to eliminate
If you struggle with planting tiny seeds in your garden, homemade seed tape might just be the perfect answer! We have all been there. Trying to parcel out tiny lettuce, radish or perhaps carrot seeds into our garden rows. To
Creating a classic arbor for the entrance to the garden has been on our to-do for a long time. In fact, ever since we first fenced in the garden back in 2013, we knew it wouldn’t truly be complete without