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Companion Planting Vegetables
Companion Planting

If you’re looking for a new technique to get the most out of your garden, you’ve come to the right place! Companion planting is a popular gardening method used by both beginner and experienced gardeners alike. Read through this article for more!

Photo of beans to plant for companion planting article
Beans Companion Plants

Learn which veggies, herbs, fruits, and flowers are beneficial (and which are harmful!) for planting next to beans in your garden with this helpful article on bean companion planting.

Photo of asparagus for companion plants article
Asparagus Companion Plants

Improve the health and flavor of your asparagus by planting it next to beneficial companion plants. This article includes tips on which plants are great alongside asparagus, and which plants should be avoided.

When to Plant Winter Squash
When to Plant Winter Squash

Whether you’re looking to add a new vegetable to your home garden, or get the most out of your winter squash harvest, you’ve come to the right place! Learn everything you need to know about planting winter squash at home with this helpful gardening article.

How to grow Jalapenos
How to Grow Jalapeños

Jalapeños are a great addition to any home garden! If you already have this popular pepper in your garden, there are many tips and tricks to grow hotter (or more mild!) jalapeños. Read through this guide to learn more!

Square foot Gardening
Square Foot Gardening

Square foot gardening is a great method for beginners and advanced gardeners alike! Let’s dig into the benefits of this classic gardening method and find out if it’s the best approach for your home garden!

Integrated Pest Management
Integrated Pest Management: How to Deal With Bug Infestations in Your Garden

While you might want to bring out heavy-duty pesticides when you spot a bug infestation in your garden, it might be best to consider Integrated Pest Management first. The main goals of IPM are to prevent damage, minimize risk to people and the environment, and to reduce the evolution of pest resistance to pesticides.