Edible

Learn all about edible gardening to improve your health, save on groceries, and reconnect with nature. Our detailed guides show you how to grow food!

A wooden crate overflows with an assortment of aromatic culinary herbs, showcasing vibrant shades of fresh green. The lush leaves of basil, mint, and thyme add a burst of color against the backdrop of a flourishing garden.

Herbs

How to Harvest and Dry Fresh Herbs from the Garden

While nothing replaces the flavor of fresh herbs, drying these aromatic plants allows you to preserve your harvest for future use. Join farmer Briana Yablonski as she explains how to harvest, dry, and store herbs for optimal flavor.

A close-up of a cluster of ripe hardy kiwi berries hanging from a vine. The berries are smooth-skinned and green, with a few fuzzy red hairs at the blossom end. They appear almost jewel-like against the backdrop of dark green leaves, hinting at the juicy sweetness within.

Fruits

How to Plant, Grow, and Care For Hardy Kiwi

While many people think of kiwis as tropical plants, hardy kiwis make a great addition to many temperate gardens. Join plant expert Briana Yablonski as she shares how to plant, care for, and harvest for this unique vining plant.

Lush green tomato vines with abundant leaves sprawl gracefully, creating a backdrop for clusters of ripe, red tomatoes. The glossy surface of each tomato reflects the sunlight, showcasing their plump and juicy texture.

Vegetables

15 Disease-Resistant Tomato Varieties For Your Garden

It’s about time to start thinking about what tomato varieties you’d like to grow this season. One of the most important factors to consider when selecting tomatoes is their disease-resistance package. Come along as organic farmer Jenna Rich lists out some of our 15 favorite and most disease-resistant tomato varieties.

A vibrant wild strawberry plant basks in the warm sunlight. The ruby-red strawberries, arranged like nature's jewels, capture the light, creating a mesmerizing display of freshness and natural beauty.

Fruits

How to Plant, Grow, and Care For Wild Strawberry

Are you curious about growing your own wild strawberries? Just because they are “wild” doesn’t mean you can’t grow these tasty little fruits in your own landscape. In this article, gardening enthusiast Liessa Bowen introduces the wild strawberry and how to successfully grow your own!

brassicas start february. Close-up of a growing Brussels sprouts plant in a garden with a blurred background. Brussels sprouts are characterized by their compact, round heads composed of tightly packed, miniature cabbage-like buds that grow along a thick, sturdy stalk. Each individual sprout resembles a miniature cabbage. The sprouts are arranged in a spiral pattern around the stalk, with larger ones toward the bottom and smaller ones toward the top.

Vegetables

Start these 14 Brassicas from Seed This February

Brassicas or cole crops are cool-season vegetables that thrive in early spring. Many plants, like cabbage and broccoli, benefit from a head start in cell trays indoors, while cold-hardy greens like arugula can be directly sown in workable garden soil. In this article, former organic farmer Logan Hailey digs into the best brassicas to start from seed in February.

A close-up of crimson raspberries attached to their stem, surrounded by lush, green leaves. In the backdrop, a sunlit symphony of leaves adds a soft, ethereal touch to the scene.

Fruits

21 Best Raspberry Varieties For Home Gardens

If you want to add raspberry plants to your home garden, check out this comprehensive list of the best 21 varieties. Organic farmer Jenna Rich breaks them down into primocane and floricane as well as berry color, ripening time, and hardiness zones.

A close-up of an organic Celeriac plant, showcasing its substantial knob, tall stalks, and vibrant, leafy foliage. The plant thrives in nutrient-rich brown soil, blending harmoniously with its environment.

Vegetables

How to Plant, Grow, and Care for Celeriac

This underrated knobby root veggie may look ugly, but it tastes remarkably comforting and stores for over six months through the winter! In this article, former organic farmer Logan Hailey digs into the secrets of growing large, earthy celery roots for soups, stews, roasts, and beyond!

Vegetables in the garden in the month of February.

Vegetables

15 Vegetables to Start Seeding in February

When winter is almost over, but it’s not quite spring, it can be difficult to know what to plant. In many zones, February is perfect for starting long-season crops indoors and direct seeding cold-hardy greens outside. In this article, former organic farmer Logan Hailey digs into the best veggies for seed- starting in February.

Close-up of a woman's hands holding freshly picked Chamomile flowers over a basket of freshly picked herbs in a wicker basket. Chamomile flowers are charming and daisy-like, with delicate white petals surrounding a central, vibrant yellow disk.

Herbs

How to Grow an Herbal Tea Garden

If you enjoy sipping on tea and are looking for a new plant project, consider growing an herbal tea garden! Vegetable farmer Briana Yablosnki will share how to design, plant, and care for this fragrant garden.