Author Angelina Williamson shares her "Wild Monastery" gardening style, with tips on how to cultivate your own via benign neglect and creative plant pairings.
Insect allies such as ladybugs, braconid wasps, and lacewings can help control (and even eliminate) pests like aphids, mites, and caterpillars from your garden.
Have you tried growing plants but concluded that you just can’t do it? If you got discouraged but still really want to garden, I promise that you can succeed at gardening. You may need to shift how you think about it and approach it, but anyone who truly wants to garden can do it.
Calendula, yarrow, and milk thistle are just a few medicinal herbs that are as ideal for your wellbeing, as for attracting pollinators to your garden.
Plant death is inevitable, whether it's from a surprise storm or our own neglect. The key is to keep growing and not let minor setbacks discourage us.
Are you interested in growing your own food plants, but intimidated by the prospect of doing so? Here are some delicious, hard-to-kill plants for newbie gardeners to ease into.
Give me spring. Give me blustery, moorish mornings with ruffled robin feathers and lost umbrellas. Give me birdsong.