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I'm trying to grow green beans in a box garden in south florida. I planted in March and the plants grew well until they got about a foot tall and then
Gardening is sublime, especially growing your own vegetables in no dig gardens. Gardening without digging or tilling is organic, low maintenance and deeply satisfying.
I am creating somewhat of a raised bed garden, depending how much compost I get, and I would like to kill the grass and prevent weeds. I am laying down
Every time I start plants indoors from seed, they start out very good and even get to several inches tall. Then all of a sudden some turn yellow then brown,
My vegetable vines grow really well but when the vegetables are about the size of my little thumbnail they drop off (sometimes they turn yellow before
Question on indoor seed planting. Attentiveness is not my strong suit..:o) With that said, I have ended up with a lot of my seeds having spent too much
The bottom of some of the mature stems of rhubarb have collapsed, is this due to not enough water or frost?
This seed germination guide explains scarification, stratification and how long it takes for different vegetable seeds to sprout.
Just establishing my no-dig garden in Sydney, Australia (temperate climate). It's in a sunny position. What are good first crops to plant in early autumn?
Please can you tell me if neem oil used in an insecticide adversely affect bees. From what I understand neem oil only affects insects that suck sap from
I am growing Purple King Beans on my balcony, the plants are in a pretty big pot, and have grown happily to about 3ft high and are now starting to grow
This is my third year of no till, no dig gardening. I have several beds that the roots from the trees, which have been there before I began gardening