Find out how to grow Shiitake mushrooms in your backyard!
The soap nut tree Sapindus Mukorossi aka Indian Soapberry is a very large tree that produces prodigious amounts of a soap nut that you can use as a greywater safe laundry detergent, dish and hand soap. (ten years to maturity)
How to grow a pineapple from the core of the one you are eating. If you'd like to learn how to grow a pineapple that will yield a sweet-tasting fruit, then you've come to the right place. This page is chock full of everything you need to know
How to Grow Cinnamon
Cinnamon is surprisingly easy-to-grow tropical herb. is well known for its culinary uses, yet it is hardly ever grown in ordinary home settings. Learn how to care for this surprisingly easy-to-grow tropical herb.
hanging basket from a tree.the largest hanging baskets I have had were the ones that I hung from a tree in the garden. It is an unexpected pop of color, and they grow so amazing under the trees and where the sprinkler can hit them for consistent growth
Growing Broccoli, Planting Broccoli, and How to Grow Broccoli, vegetable garden, gardening
Home Gardening Tips: Easier Weeding and Watering
pinner wrote: DIY: Lots of Home Gardening Tips - making weeding & watering easier & more efficient.
Enter the world of farming fungi by cultivating one of these popular mushroom types.
The goal of our forest pasture experiment is to create a permaculture system that feeds our chickens year-round with no grain.
how to keep rabbits and other animals out of your garden, humanely, organically, frugally, and sustainably. Mary's Note: I like bunnies in the yard - fence keep them from the veggies
Great all around info for growing tumeric. Turmeric is a miracle drug and very tasty! It's easy to grow your own.
decorology: Decorating for your garden! Incorporating a vegetable garden with your flower garden.
Main crop carrots can be planted onto a shallow line of fine builder's sand just few millimetres thick. The seeds can then be covered with a thin sprinkle of sand.
Trametes versicolor (also known as Coriolus versicolor and Polyporus versicolor) is a common polypore mushroom found throughout the world. Due to its resembling multiple colors in the tail of wild turkey, T. versicolor is commonly called turkey tail.
Whether you are setting out as a first time gardener, or are simply ready for a fresh perspective on your garden space, it’s time to take a close look at the microclimates in your yard.