Before you know it, the gardening season is going to be on pause for a few months in most parts of the country.
Mother Nature has given us a variety of plants and herbs that we grow for nourishment.
In the natural world, we find that living organisms exist in a network of systems that allow individual plants, animals, insects and fungi to thrive.
Creating a thriving garden landscape can be a challenge on its own.
The garden can be a tranquil place for anyone.
Standard gardens usually have spots reserved for fresh tomatoes, green beans, onions and peppers, but, to their detriment, few projects keep any ground open to grow mushrooms.
You might have heard of mulching of the common variety that traditionally piles compost or wood chips on or around your trees and plants.
Not everyone lives in an area that can support outdoor gardens all year round.
One of the simplest ways to keep your garden healthy throughout the year is to make sure your plants get enough water.
Conifers are good trees to have in a garden because they help provide form and shape.