Yes, FROST in June Still Kills Plants!

Yes, FROST in June Still Kills Plants!

So, what’s the date? Middle of June? The garden should be fine, right? Answer: Wrong! I’m thinking about setting fire to my gardens and calling it good…

Indoor Winter Gardening

Indoor Winter Gardening

Have any of you tried indoor winter gardening? Indoor plants will not only improve your mood during the cold winter months, but if you plant and succeed at indoor vegetable gardening – wouldn’t that be nice?   The two big issues with winter and gardening are COLD and SUNLIGHT. We can overcome the cold weather…

Tomato Rot On The Bottom ( What Is It? ) “Blossom End Rot”

Tomato Rot On The Bottom ( What Is It? ) “Blossom End Rot”

(A picture of my tomatoes with rotten bottoms (blossom end rot) )  A surprising number of my tomatoes this year had developed what looks like tomato rot on the bottom. I’ve never seen this before. What happens is the bottom part of the tomato starts to appear sunken and dark. It literally looks like it’s…

When The Garden Fails While You Need It Most

When The Garden Fails While You Need It Most

Guest article, by ‘NRP’ I am an avid Gardener, spending HUGE amounts of time and sweat equity into the fruits of my labor. Having many of times seeing my investment go completely Belly-Up, yielding low or no produce. Bugs infesting EVERYTHING, extreme heat and drought conditions, Seed failure, Poor Soil conditions, and yes even my…

Ways How To Keep Weeds Down In Your Garden

Ways How To Keep Weeds Down In Your Garden

Gardening is fun. EXCEPT for those darn weeds that keep coming up! Weeding is easier to deal with in a raised garden bed (less bending over), especially if the raised bed is 2 feet tall or thereabouts! But what about a regular garden? Lots more bending! Not only that, but the larger the garden the…