In a few weeks I will be starting to plant my garden. For others, this may have already happened. If you are one of those with some time left, here are some things to think about before you plant. Turning your garden over- If you are like me, you may have some of what grew [...]
If this is your first year gardening then it is a good idea to get a soil test. In fact, I think it is a must unless someone in the know that lives near you can give you a good idea of what to expect. The reason for this is because there are many books, [...]
In nature, where do plants get their food? From the soil. What do most commercially available fertilizers do? Feed the plant. Why is this a concern? Well, it would be like feeding a human body with an IV. The body gets what it needs but it is not how things are made to work and [...]
We just added a new cool tool to VegeNag.com. It is a plant date finder that predicts the BEST outdoor planting date for your area. It is called BEST because it doesn’t just tell you an appropriate range or the date that the plant won’t die. It finds the date that is Beneficial in that [...]
Harvesting should be in full swing about now (depending on where you live) so it is a great time to begin considering your plan for fall and winter seasons. Begin or continue composting garden/lawn wastes as you tidy for winter. You could also sow a green manure crop such as crimson clover, vetch or field [...]
Many gardeners don’t know that you can get three different crops a year in your vegetable garden. You can plant in the Spring, Summer and Fall. Be sure to watch this video to learn how to maximize your planting season and get delicious vegetables throughout the year. I wrote a post on this last year [...]
Here is another video to help you out with planning your garden. You will want to consider sunlight and water requirements etc. Watch the video for more information. You can read another post regarding how I planned my garden.