• How To Store Basil – Best Easy Ways to Freeze Fresh Basil
    Have you tried storing basil for the winter in a milk carton? This is just one of three good methods to store basil that are revealed below. With the threat of frost, all garden basil must be harvested and then hopefully stored to be enjoyed during the cold months to […]
  • How Much Do I Need From My Garden?
    Every year, gardeners are faced with one of two situations. One is seen every year when zucchinis are planted and if you are a parent you have heard too often this statement from your children. “Zucchini again?” The other situation is when the garden does not produce enough produce to […]
  • Growing Vines in a Dry Climate Garden
    Plants commonly known as climbers are vine like in their habit, growing by virtue of long, thin and generally flexible branches. They often grow naturally in forests and woods, where their “aim” is to reach out of the darkness of the forest’s floor towards the sufficient light levels found at […]
  • Green Thumb is Not Necessary When Planting in May
    Just about every vegetable and flower will do well when planted in May so even novice gardeners will experience success. This is especially true in Southern California where the weather is perfect for spring gardens. Plant Warm Season Flowers: Some flowers just do better when the weather (and soil) is […]
  • Planting A Fall Vegetable Garden
    If you’re like most gardeners, you probably consider August to be the tail end of the growing season. The truth of the matter is that it’s a great time to start your fall garden. A fall garden can produce excellent vegetables and extend your crops long after your spring planted […]