Gardening With Native Plants

There’s something to be said for those gardens that are made up with plant species native to the area where they’re being grown. These plants tend to require less work, less added water and less attention, as well. All the while, they look wonderful and also look like they “belong” where they’r…

Growing Apple Trees In Cooler Climates

They’re not ideal for growing in the southern states, but those who enjoy a little bite to their winters will find apple trees can thrive in yards as well as orchards. Where ever it gets frosty cold in the winters, but balmy in the summers is picture perfect apple tree growing weather.

Adding …

Gardening as a Hobby

Living in the city has a lot of perks, but available space for gardening generally isn’t one of them. Whether you only have a small patch of dirt to call your own, or no space to even plant a single flower, indoor gardening can be the answer.

A little different that its outdoor counterpart, indo…

Adding Tomatoes to a Garden

Not every fruit or vegetable thrives in many climates, but the tomato is one that does great under varying conditions. Whether you’re looking to plant a field or just a small bed of fresh vegetables, tomatoes tend to do as well in the south as they do up north.

Before planting tomatoes (or oth…

Vegetables You Shouldnt Plant Together

There’s an old saying that some things go together like peas and carrots. And, while that might be a good pairing, did you know beans and onions don’t get along well? It’s true. Beans will inhibit the growth of onions.

When it comes to vegetable gardening, it seems there are a lot of plants th…