We tested this indoor herb garden at the office and now it’s our favorite coworker.
Want to grow your own veggies and herbs but are short on space, sunlight or patience — or all three? The Farmstand from Lettuce Grow will have you growing your own in no time.
No garden? No problem. Try growing your own food right on your kitchen countertop with systems that require little space, time or maintenance.
Learn to grow and care for chamomile in your garden and use it for herbal tea, hair care, natural dye, floral arranging and more.
Learn how to grow and care for basil in your garden. Plus, get tips for harvesting, using and preserving fresh basil.
Learn to grow your own crop of garlic year after year with our expert advice.
Find out where to buy your vegetable, flower and herb seeds based on a variety of important factors, including widest selection, most heirlooms, organic seed and regional varieties.
Ease your separation anxiety (from your houseplants) and make your boring office feel more like home with some perfectly styled buddies to keep you company at your desk.
Gardeners: International Podcast Day is Saturday, September 30. To celebrate, start listening to one of these gardening podcasts to satisfy your plant habit during the lean times (they’re coming).
In Recipes From The Herbalist’s Kitchen, discover how herbs can help create meals that are not only delicious, but help you live your best life.
Jen grows vegetables, raises chickens and keeps bees, all while championing access to healthy food for kids. So basically, she’s my hero.
Learn what marimo moss balls are, how to grow them, where to buy them and — best of all — why you need them in your life.
It’s easy to grow your own rosemary, a traditional Mediterranean herb that’s beloved everywhere. Just follow these few simple steps and you’ll be harvesting from your rosemary plant for years to come.
Does a durable women's overall that works hard in the garden, shop or studio — and also looks good on you — sound too good to be true? I had to find out.
Learn to braid garlic for storage and have flavorful — and beautiful — homegrown garlic at your fingertips well into winter.