Follow these simple steps to create terrific annual containers for your Florida or Gulf Coast garden.
Learn how to use wood chips, vinegar, and a composting system for lazy gardeners to grow a more organic garden in the Northwest.
A trip to Ireland offers one gardener plenty of wisdom, plus take-home ideas to use in her own garden.
Make seed starting easier than ever. Peat pellets expand when watered to make handy biodegradable seed starters.
Save money and increase your selection of cultivars by starting your own plants from seed in convenient trays.
A drip irrigation system lets you make the most of your water to maintain the plants around your home.
After four years of outreach, Katie is confident her efforts are making a difference. Others are now joining her cause.
Thanks to a generous grower, Katie’s Crops holds its first summer camp for a group of young volunteers hoping to join the cause of feeding the needy.
Whether you have a large garden or just a few square feet of space on a balcony or patio, there’s always room for a few container edibles.
Katie salutes three people who have been instrumental in helping Katie’s Krops feed hungry families.
Soil is not a dirty word, but it is a topic that confuses many gardeners. Here are the basics about our soils and what you need to know to grow a garden.
Katie shares some of the many ways Katie’s Krops puts a bountiful crop to work.
With temperamental weather the norm, it’s more important than ever to use the right plants for our Southern California growing conditions.
Discover the seasonal beauty and year-round structure shrubs can give a landscape. Here are three well suited to the Southeast.
Succulents are the darlings of today’s drought-tolerant landscapes. New varieties bring color, drama, and style to your garden.