How To Grow Ginger: Guide To Growing Ginger At Home

Ginger Harvest - How To Grow Ginger

Ginger is an aromatic, spicy and delicious plant you can grow in your edible garden at home. And by growing your own ginger, you can control the chemicals and pesticides used. I love growing ginger organically, and you can too. Learn how to grow ginger in our guide to growing ginger at home. Related: Why … Read more

How To Grow Tomatoes In Pots

How To Grow Tomatoes In Pots

Learn how to grow tomatoes in pots so no matter how little growing space you may have, you can grow tomatoes anywhere. If growing space is limited, knowing how to grow tomatoes at home in pots could be for you. After all, growing tomatoes is by far the most popular vegetable to grow for home … Read more

Easy Banana Zucchini Muffins Recipe

Easy Banana Zucchini Muffins

These Banana Zucchini Muffins are really very easy to make. They make a great option for a morning or afternoon tea snack and kids will love them in their school lunch box. Don’t worry if your child says they don’t like zucchini, because honestly, you can’t taste it at all. But you will know it’s … Read more

7 Bell Pepper Pests and How to Get Rid of Them

Bell Pepper Plant

Bell peppers are a firm favorite for home gardeners. However, they also happen to be a favorite snack for cunning garden pests. If you have noticed nibbled leaves on your bell pepper plants or fruits with holes in them, read on to find out what is eating your bell peppers, and how to get rid … Read more

Perennial Vegetables to Plant Once and Harvest Forever

Perennial Vegetables to Grow

Perennial vegetables are plants that live for more than two years and produce year after year without the need for replanting. By planting perennial vegetables, you can be planting once and harvesting forever. Well, sort of. Perennial vegetables can live for 3 years or they could live for 20 or more years. But unlike annual … Read more

What’s Eating My Cucumbers? And How to Get Rid of Them!

How To Grow Lots Of Cucumbers

Cucumbers are a popular target for pests, which can quickly ruin a healthy harvest. If you’ve noticed your cucumber plants being eaten by mysterious critters, you’re not alone. The most common pests eating your cucumbers are cucumber beetles, aphids, cutworms, squash bugs, spider mites, whiteflies, and cabbage loopers.  Luckily, we know how to handle cucumber … Read more

Horseradish Dying? Common Causes and Solutions

horseradish planted in soil

Growing horseradish can be a satisfying and rewarding experience, but in my experience, it can also be challenging, especially if your plant is not thriving. Despite its hardy nature, horseradish can die if it becomes stressed. If like me, you want to know why your horseradish is dying and how to fix it, then read on … Read more

7 Reasons Your Tomatoes are Small (With Solutions!)

Holding Small Tomatoes

Even with the best intentions, homegrown tomato plants can produce disappointingly small tomatoes. For a home gardener, this can be extremely frustrating and a problem I am familiar with. So if you have small tomatoes growing on your plants, you’ll want to find out why and how to fix the problem. Read on to find … Read more

Cucumber Flowers But No Fruit? Causes and Solutions

Cucumber Flower

Despite being easy to grow, sometimes cucumber plants can produce flowers but no fruit. I know from personal experience just how frustrating and disappointing this can be. So, if like me, you want to know why your cucumber plants are flowering but not fruiting, read on to find out.   Why Are My Cucumber Plants Flowering … Read more

Tomatoes Rotting at the Bottom? (Blossom End Rot Explained)

Tomatoes Rotting on the Bottom: Blossom End Rot

Tomatoes are a popular and easy-to-grow vegetable in a home garden. However, a common problem is tomatoes rotting at the bottom. If you’ve experienced this, you’ll know the tomato fruit looks perfectly normal on top but turns black and mushy at the bottom, making it inedible. So let’s find out the cause of the bottoms … Read more