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.
Get advice for planting, growing and harvesting cucumbers, including suggestions for types and varieties to grow, companion plants, plus tips for solving common cucumber problems.
In her new book, Color In and Out of the Garden, artist and garden expert Lorene Edwards Forkner shares a personal project — daily watercolor color studies from her garden — that speaks to anyone yearning for a more intimate relationship with nature.
Fill an eye pillow with flaxseed scented with lavender essential oil and gift to a loved one or enjoy a spa day at home.
These perennial onions travel across the garden over the years as their ingenious top-set bulblets take root to create new plants. Learn more about this perennial vegetable, including how to grow it in your garden and use it in the kitchen.
Get to know your sewing machine so you can prep it before your next sewing project. Every machine is different, so it's important to follow your owner's manual alongside this guide.
It's perfectly acceptable to grow many veggies and herbs from transplants instead of seed, and you can even order some online.
We tested this indoor herb garden at the office and now it’s our favorite coworker.
Kelly Smith Trimble, a master gardener with a yen for garden crafts, shares an idea for what to do with a plethora of peppers.
Journey to some of the iconoclastic gardens of the Big Easy.
Preserve fall flavors and impress your friends and family with this canned apple pie filling presented as holiday gifts. The recipe gets an extra kick from spiced rum.
Whether you want to preserve your garden harvest or make healthy snacks for school lunches, discover how handy a food dehydrator can be and find out which model is right for you.
An easy, inexpensive raised bed solution.
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 grow and care for chamomile in your garden and use it for herbal tea, hair care, natural dye, floral arranging and more.