Zuchetta rampicante is not just any squash. It can go 30 to 40 feet in one season.
They bring pollinators, and thus life, to the garden.
Also known as field mice, meadow voles will feast on most any edible you grow.
How to trick an artichoke into producing buds after one year instead of two, and what to do with them.
Purslane is not only tasty to eat but also highly nutritious. Try it in salads and sautes.
Barbara Damrosch’s case for organic food and a level playing field.
Gardeners: Don’t decry the lawn, often seen as a useless convention of suburban life. It has its advantages.
Unlike a kale plant, a Brussels sprout plant must be mature to head up those little round treasures.
Learn to love comfrey’s blue flowers, because the plant is almost impossible to kill.
The Glover Park Community Garden in Northwest Washington runs a tight ship, and it shows.