Join organic gardener Scott Meyer for a step-by-step walk-through of the organic gardening basics.
Learn about these five top garden pests and natural ways to get rid of them.
The average American consumes about three cups of coffee a day–recycling your coffee grounds can lessen the load on the environment in some surprisingly useful ways.
Make your garden even greener by giving old or unneeded objects like plastic bottles, tires or wooden palettes a new purpose.
Many house plants do a great job at air filtration (and look great at the same time).
Join Scott Meyer, editor of Organic Gardening magazine, for a step-by-step walk-through of the garden composting basics.
Free school lunches program expands, Chinese chicken meat will soon enter the American market, learn about harvesting squash this fall from the experts.
Growing your own garden can be lots of fun, but with the satisfaction can come frustration in the form of too much–or too little–rain, fungus and unwanted pests. Find out some natural ways to ban pests.
Aloe vera is a popular plant for its wide range of benefits–from healing and soothing skin ailments to aiding the digestive system. Aloe vera juice can even be added to smoothies and yogurt.
We’ve unearthed some yard and garden ideas that are easy on the eyes and the environment.