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 close-up revealing pineberries, small white berries with red seeds, showcasing their unique appearance. These strawberries exhibit an intriguing combination of pale hues and vibrant red seeds, creating a visually distinctive fruit. Atop the berries, delicate green leaves add a touch of freshness to the composition.

Fruits

How to Plant, Grow, and Care for Pineberries

Have you tried pineberries? They’re the white strawberries that taste like pineapple and are as pretty as they are tasty. Grow them in your garden with your favorite scarlet strawberries to spice up the collection. Explore how to plant, grow, and care for the lovely pineberry with garden expert Katherine Rowe.

Close-up of a growing lemongrass from seed plant in a sunny garden. Lemongrass is characterized by its tall, slender stalks that grow in clumps. They have a pale green color and are cylindrical with a slightly bulbous base. Lemongrass leaves are long and linear, resembling blades, and grow in a tuft at the top of the stalks.

Edible

How to Grow Lemongrass From Seed

Lemongrass can be propagated by taking cuttings or by division, but why not try starting it from seed? It is easy and rewarding and will boost your seed-starting confidence! Gardening expert Kelli Klein walks you through the steps.

A raised wooden vegetable bed hosts a lush assortment of leafy greens including lettuce and celery, thriving in the garden's embrace. Vibrant hues of green intermingle, forming a vibrant tapestry of nutritious delights awaiting harvest under the sun's gentle caress.

Vegetables

How to Start a Vegetable Garden in Zone 4

If you live in zone 4, you know the challenges that come with long, cold winters. But these long winters don’t have to stop you from gardening! Join HomesteadingRD Katie Krejci to learn how to not only start a veggie garden in zone 4 but to have it thrive and provide a bountiful harvest.

Brown paper pots arranged neatly along a white windowsill display a vibrant assortment of herbs, each pot brimming with life. The sun filters gently through the window, casting a warm glow that nourishes the delicate greenery.

Herbs

11 Great Herbs That Grow Easily From Seed

Herbs aren’t just plants; they’re aromatic wonders that add flavor, fragrance, and therapeutic benefits to our lives. In this article, herbalist and gardener PNW Ana introduces 11 great herbs that you can easily grow from seed that will awaken your senses!

A sunlit salad garden showcases vibrant rows of assorted vegetable leaves, ranging from lush greens to deep purples, basking in the sunlight's glow. Among the verdant foliage, colorful flowers bloom.

Vegetables

How to Grow Your Own Salad Garden

Life's too short for basic salads. You can grow an epic rainbow diversity of fresh greens in as little as 30 days! Former organic farmer Logan Hailey digs into how you can grow the best garden-fresh salads you’ve ever tasted.

Grow popcorn. Close-up of a white ceramic bowl with ready-made popcorn on a white table next to three corn cobs. The corn cob, the reproductive structure of the corn plant, is characterized by its cylindrical shape and rows of kernels arranged around a central core. The kernels are pale yellow and glossy. The cob itself is encased in several layers of protective husks. Popcorn represents popped kernels are fluffy and irregularly shaped, with a crisp outer surface and a light, airy interior.

Edible

How To Grow Your Own Popcorn

If you’ve never tasted freshly made popcorn from the garden, you’re missing out. Gardening expert Madison Moulton explains everything you need to know about growing popcorn, from choosing varieties to harvesting and cooking.

A branch of an apricot tree laden with ripe, orange apricots. Sunlight shines through the leaves, casting dappled shadows on the fruit. In the background, there is a patch of green grass and several other trees.

Fruits

How to Grow an Apricot Tree from Seed

A fresh, juicy apricot is a tasty treat in late summer and is even more special if you grow the tree yourself. If you live in a good zone for growing deciduous fruit trees, why not give growing an apricot tree from seed a try? The benefits outweigh the time it takes. In this article, gardening expert Wendy Moulton shares how to grow an apricot from seed!

Sunlight bathes a verdant potato plant, its leafy emerald fronds reaching skyward from a burlap sack in a garden bed. Deep green hues and smooth edges tell a tale of health and vigor, promising a bounty of tubers beneath the soil.

Vegetables

How to Grow Potatoes in a Grow Bag

The world of growing common veggies in fabric bags has gained lots of traction, especially for those of us with small growing spaces in urban settings or working on improving our soil fertility and structure. Join organic farmer Jenna Rich as she shows us just how easy it is to grow the humble potato in a fabric grow bag in just seven steps.

Bright yellow yuzu fruits hang delicately from lush green branches adorned with vibrant leaves, casting a picturesque scene. The gentle caress of the sun's warm rays illuminates their citrusy brilliance.

Fruits

How to Plant, Grow, and Care for Yuzu

With a tart and floral flavor, yuzu fruits provide a uniquely refreshing taste to sauces and marinades. Join plant expert Briana Yablonski as she explains how to grow this cold-hardy citrus at home.