According to the Environmental Protection Agency, outdoor watering accounts for 40 percent of household water use during the summer.
Now that most of your perennial plants have put up sprouts and your seedlings have been transplanted to your vegetable garden, it is time to start considering what you are going to do about the empty spaces around all your plants.
At some point or another, every gardener deals experiences the frustration of vegetable garden invaders.
There is nothing like the fragrance of fresh herbs growing in your organic vegetable garden, except of course the scent of herbs filling your kitchen as you cook.
An herb that has only recently begun to grow in popularity also happens to be very sweet. Stevia is an easy to grow sugar substitute and is essentially calorie-free, making it a welcome addition to any sweet tooth’s organic vegetable garden.
Is there anything more picturesque than an English cottage flower garden?
Vegetable gardening with clay soil can be an absolute nightmare. It’s sticky and clumpy when wet; it’s hard as rock when dry.
It’s always exciting when a new round of produce comes into season. Nothing beats fruits and veggies that were allowed to fully ripen under the sun before being picked.
For a sweet and spicy garnish on white meats or as a lightweight summer snack with chips, this recipe is a fun twist on the classic salsa. The best part is that most of the ingredients can come fresh out of your organic vegetable garden!
If you’ve been having a hard time finding impatiens at your local garden center, you’re witnessing the result of an epidemic sweeping across the country.