Wondering if you still have time to build a stunning vegetable garden for an early fall harvest? The answer is yes! Once you understand frost dates and planting times, you’ll be ready to start your garden and reap the benefits this autumn, and every year from now on.
It’s a problem many of us face: we enjoy beautiful flowers, but don’t have the desire or time to deal with all the maintenance that comes with gardening. Well, what if we told you there is such a thing as a “low-maintenance” flower garden? It’s totally true—you just have to choose the right plants.
You’ve probably noticed your grocery bill just keeps getting higher and higher. However, you probably have a way to save some cash right in your vegetable bin. If you collect and save the seeds from your vegetables, you can plant them next year and slash some of that supermarket spending.
Have you ever read the directions on a packet of seeds, and wondered what it means to plant before the last frost date? Before you start your garden this year, it’s important to know what frost dates are, and why they matter so you’ll get the best results.
Have you ever forgotten about an old potato in the back of your pantry, only to discover it’s sprouted weird-looking roots? If so, don’t toss it—you’ve got yourself a prime potato that’ll regrow new spuds if you plant it.
Want to save money on produce this summer, but don’t have the time to tend to a vegetable garden? Just regrow veggies in water from your leftover kitchen scraps. This rewarding solution is incredibly easy, and we’ll help you get started.