Anna details how to build a raised garden bed, and also introduces us to “Lovely Greens,” a popular blog (with a book, too) that inspired her.
Learn how the National Park Foundation is helping preserve the monarch butterfly population and other pollinators at Grand Canyon National Park.
Want to grow plants year round? Consider making an indoor garden in your windowsill. Jackie Richardson tells you how to get started.
Jackie Richardson uses the Hugelkultur process to fill her new raised garden beds. This sustainable method saves time and money.
Rogue Preparedness maps out her vegetable garden with help from a tried-and-true Victory Garden diagram.
This featured post from The Survival Mom gives us great tips on making good organic fertilizer from items found in your home. This allows you to have organic fertilizer that is affordable and readily-available.
An herb garden is one of the easiest and most rewarding types of gardens you can grow. “The Survival Mom” tells us how to get started growing an herb garden for medicinal purposes.
Rogue Preparedness walks you through how to start your own medicinal garden.
Our friends at Simple Grow put together this ultimate guide to composting! Learn how to create your own nutrient-filled compost.
Learn how to make a quick DIY succulent project using containers and old things you may have lying around the house, or find at a flea market.
Ever heard of a compost volunteer garden? Find out more about it and how to create your own with these step-by-step instructions.
Want to grow your own produce at home? Here’s an easy guide for sprouting food from what is in your fridge or compost bowl.
If you are looking for a few examples of fun things to do by yourself outdoors to take advantage these benefits, use this list as a resource.
Don’t have a green thumb? There is one more type of plant you should try before hanging up your gardening gloves forever: succulents.
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