The Gardener’s Revolution Classic Tomato Garden Kit has changed the way I grow tomatoes. It holds a lot of soil, has a trellis integrated into its design, and a large water reservoir. This season I almost look like a tomato expert…. Read More ›
Growing the tomato of your dreams can be a source of frustration. I got tips from pros about ways you can modify your growing environment for a successful season.
Landscape designer Claudia West believes the future of nature resides in landscapes we manage. In my recent interview Claudia explains how to take cues from natural environments and create dense, layered designs in your garden.
Creating the right growing environment will produce healthy plants and save you frustration later. New episode on the Triangle Gardener podcast shares tips for success.
The USDA has good news for gardeners. Dr. Steve McNulty shares what weather we might expect for the 2017 gardening season.
Verimcomposting is easier with the right tools. I love my Worm Farm Composter from Gardener’s Supply. It makes composting with worms easy. I’ve shared my experience on the Triangle Gardener’s podcast.
Making resolutions for the new year? Here’s my first interview of 2017 —weird plants, what they teach us, and what I’m resolving to do about it.
I’m loving my new RefrigiWear jacket in this cold weather. So much so I reviewed it for the Triangle Gardener radio show and podcast. Check out the link below and stay warm out there.
Right now North Carolina growers are shipping over 4 million poinsettias to state and national markets. These plants are photoperiodic, meaning the longer winter nights turn some of their leaves from green to red. Growers carefully schedule their plantings to… Read More ›