How to Improve Difficult Soils. In the last article in this series, we looked at how to prepare soil ready for spring planting. In an ideal world, the winter would be the ideal time for digging over the garden.
One of the most exciting things you can do as a gardener, is to sow your own seeds. And if you don’t get excited when they germinate, you may as well pack up and go home now! Many different plants can be raised from seed, sown in containers in a...
"On my last day in India, I had my first taste of rose petal honey, swirled into the yogurt I ate for breakfast as I sat on a balcony watching the Taj Mahal shimmer through a haze of humidity. Back home, I couldn't forget the taste—sensual, sublime, exotic, and familiar all at once, like India."
Virtually all roses are safe to eat; just make sure they're organically grown. Follow the photo-link to find the recipe.
As calling cards go, it’s about as unusual — and effective — as they get. That’s because one of the ways Judy Kenzie advertises her new heirloom seeds business is to drive around Vancouver with a farm in the back of her truck.
So…… we have already covered Sowing Seeds and How to Take Cuttings. Now in our gardening series on back to basics, we will look at what you need to do with your young plants to keep them happy and growing..