Jul 16, 2019
Whether you grow your garden to stock up a year's worth of some foods like I do, or maybe your small space has produced more than you can eat fresh, you will want to look at options for preserving the harvest.
While most people think of canning, this is only one option when it comes to preserving your hard-earned...
Jul 9, 2019
You would think something as simple as watering the garden would be easy for home gardeners. But garden irrigation can actually prove tricky to master.
How much water does your garden need?
Should you hand-water, use soaker hoses, or lay drip lines?
How do you know if your vegetables are getting too much or...
Jul 2, 2019
When we begin our gardens, we imagine what our tomato harvest will look like. But most of the time, we don't anticipate tomato plant problems that often arrive in mid-summer.
Beginning gardeners blame themselves and sometimes give up. But they shouldn't. Summer tomato problems are more common than you realize, and...
Jun 25, 2019
One fun part of gardening is that we get to learn and grow in our knowledge each season. My 2019 spring garden yielded several successes and lessons learned, and I want to share those with you.
In this episode of the Beginner's Garden Podcast, I identify ten lessons I've learned from my 2019 spring garden. Click...
Jun 18, 2019
You've watched your beautiful garlic plants grow for months, and the time nears for harvest. But how do you know when to harvest garlic? And once you harvest, how do you cure and store it?