One of the keys to a successful vegetable garden is the health of your soil. Adding compost is a great way to enrich your garden soil and keep it healthy from year to year. There are several ways of getting compost, including making your own.
One of the least understood of the 'edible' gardens is the edible flower garden. From old standards like roses and chrysanthemums to more exotic edible flowers this type of garden can add new colors and flavors to your harvest.
Since my experience with the vegetable Garden Planner has been such a positive one I felt it was worth my time to share what I've learned about the application by writing this Garden Planner review. My hope is it will encourage others doing vegetable gardening to try this valuable tool to create the layout for their vegetable garden.
Vegetable Garden Guides
Our vegetable garden guides will help you successfully grow over 90 vegetables and herbs. Each guide has all the information you need, taking you from planting through to harvesting.
Our new iPhone App is still on the top paid reference list in the app store with over 6,000 sold. It got as high as #1 for about a week and has spent the majority of the last month in the top 25....Read the whole post
Springtime is here and the garden planning is beginning! In between starting seeds in the basement and setting up our cold frame we've also been hard at work on the web site. We wanted to share some...Read the whole post
We have been working hard over the winter on updating the vegetable garden journal and adding new tools for our gardening community. Last week we launched our most recent features and wanted to tell ...Read the whole post
You can add Notes to your Garden Logbook with the level of detail you require. These Notes may record specific Actions (ex. fertilize, water, harvest), Observations (ex. flavor and taste, yield) or general information. You can also attach specific plants and photos to these notes.