Drought conditions mean conserving water, but does that have to mean no garden? There are a number of tactics you can adopt to use less – or minimal – water in your food producing vegetable garden. Click through for ideas to inspire your eco-friendly drought garden!
Finishing the season with a bounty of fresh produce doesn’t have to be a waste. Learn how to make the most of your excess harvest.
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Basil is easy to grow in the garden and if you harvest it right, it will continue to provide fresh leaves for seasoning (and pesto!) for months at a time. Basil is an easy one to add to your vegetable garden!
How to Practice Good Crop Rotation
A handy vegetable planting calendar and useful guide to growing vegetables for beginners, perfect for those new to vegetable gardening allotment holders!
Green Bean Teepees. This is amazing! What a great idea for some serious green bean growing. This would also work for strawberries, peas, grapes and possibly squash varieties. Basically, anything that can grow vertically!!
Learn how to spinach in pots, it is one of the vegetables that you can grow in shade and in any kind of space. #spinach #garden
How To Braid Onions For Long Term Storage