Garden Types

All types of gardens exist, such as edible, raised bed, ornamental, container, indoor, greenhouse, soilless, small space, therapeutic gardening, and xeriscaping. What matters is what your goals are with your garden. These will determine what kind of garden works best for you, and you can start building that garden from there. Plus, you’ll know what kinds of resources you’ll need to help you. Let us know what you think of ours and what sorts of results you’re seeing for your particular garden type.

  • Is Vegetable Gardening Good For Beginners?

    Is Vegetable Gardening Good For Beginners?

    When it comes to whether or not vegetable gardening are good for beginners, it comes down to the work you’re willing to put in, and what sorts of rewards you’re looking for from that work.

  • How To Start An Indoor Vegetable Garden: The Complete Guide

    How To Start An Indoor Vegetable Garden: The Complete Guide

    Thankfully, growing a few small vegetables in your home or other living space is not difficult. However, you do have some important things to think about before starting. But with some careful planning, the process will be easy and successful.

  • How To Start Your Vegetable Garden: The Complete Guide

    How To Start Your Vegetable Garden: The Complete Guide

    Growing vegetables isn’t all that difficult, either. Yes, there are “ideal” conditions for reaping the highest yields, but most vegetables are pretty forgiving.  Even if everything isn’t perfect, your plants will likely produce something. That said, here are the steps to start your own vegetable garden.

  • How To Clean Your Garden Vegetables So They’re Safe To Eat

    How To Clean Your Garden Vegetables So They’re Safe To Eat

    If you’re like me, you work hard to build your soil organically, stay mindful of the water you use, and avoid using synthetic fertilizers or pesticides.  But does this mean you can get away with not cleaning your vegetables? Specifically, does this mean you can get away with not washing them? I wish it did.

  • 20 Best Vegetables For Your Garden

    20 Best Vegetables For Your Garden

    Every vegetable garden I’ve planted starts as a blank slate. That blank slate can be exciting!  It represents the freedom to grow what you want. But freedom can also be overwhelming as you struggle with all the directions you can go.

  • How To Plant And Grow Vegetables The Right Way

    How To Plant And Grow Vegetables The Right Way

    Whether it is your first or twentieth time planting a vegetable garden, following a few key steps will guide the process and bring your vision to life. Here’s what to do, starting with deciding what to grow!

  • The Essential Pros And Cons Of Vegetable Gardening

    The Essential Pros And Cons Of Vegetable Gardening

    New gardeners can find themselves shocked at the amount of work required to succeed. So, we’ve provided you with all the essential pros and cons of vegetable gardening below, which we hope will help you decide if you want to do it.

  • Are Vegetable Gardens Worth It?

    Are Vegetable Gardens Worth It?

    Growing a vegetable garden yields innumerable benefits, and you’ll also end up with tasty vegetables. Determining the relative value of a food garden depends on what you are measuring, though. If your cost/benefit analysis is financially focused or strictly time-oriented, you may be better served buying your produce, but research shows there are significant reasons…

  • Understanding Crop Rotation in Your Garden

    Understanding Crop Rotation in Your Garden

    Learn about the benefits of crop rotation in your garden, including improved soil health, pest and disease control, and higher yields. Discover how to plan and implement a successful crop rotation system and maximize the productivity of your garden.