Those looking to save space and money on soil have probably considered using fall leaves to fill raised beds. But what impact does this have on growth? Gardening expert Madison Moulton answers the question – can you use fall leaves to fill raised beds?
If you’re tired of dragging a hose through your garden or looking to cut back on your water bill, drip irrigation could be the solution. These systems may seem complex, but designing and installing a system is simple. Join vegetable farmer Briana Yablonski as she explains how to add drip irrigation to your garden.
If you feel like your hardiness zones no longer match your weather, you aren’t going crazy! Plant hardiness zones are changing! In this article, former organic farmer and horticulture expert Logan Hailey digs into some big changes to the 2023 USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map.
If you want to flex your creative muscles over the holidays or save on your décor expenses for the holiday season, making your own DIY wreath is the answer. Gardening expert Madison Moulton lists 17 plants you can use to make the perfect holiday wreath.
Do you live in the Pacific Northwest and want to grow a healthy landscape without any invasive species? Invasive plants can take over your garden, invade nearby natural areas, and compete with native species. In this article, gardening expert Liessa Bowen shares 28 invasive plants you should not introduce into your yard or garden.
You probably know that a cold frame can help you extend the growing season into the winter, but do you know what plants will thrive in this environment? In this article, vegetable farmer Briana Yablonski covers what plants you can successfully grow in a winter cold frame.
Cut down on mosquitoes, naturally control garden pests, and support local ecology by attracting beneficial bats to your garden! Former organic farmer Logan Hailey explores 9 simple ways you can support endangered bat populations and enjoy a diverse garden ecosystem.
Soil aeration can alleviate compaction and make it easier for plant roots to reach deeper soil levels, creating a healthier underground ecosystem. In this article, former organic farmer Logan Hailey digs into the best ways to incorporate oxygen into your soil for looser, loamier beds.
If you’ve heard burying food scraps in your garden boosts plant growth, you’ve probably questioned if this actually works. Luckily, Epic Gardening founder Kevin Espiritu designed an experiment to get to the bottom of the food scrap mystery. Join vegetable farmer Briana Yablonski as she dives into what Kevin learned about food scraps.
Readying the garden for winter but don’t want to sacrifice your perennial container gardens? Try overwintering perennials in pots and containers for reemergence in the spring. Preserve those perennial beauties with steps for successful container overwintering. Garden professional Katherine Rowe reviews measures for the best chances of winter survival for container perennials.
The question of whether or not to use pressure-treated wood in the garden is a hard one to answer. But that doesn’t mean you can’t educate yourself on the ins and outs of what it is and how it’s used!