1/27/2016 7:00:00 AM
Weed blasting is a new method of natural weed control currently being tested by the US Department of Agriculture. Learn the basics about this method that could help reduce back-breaking work and improve soil health.
2/18/2015 12:07:00 PM
Add shredded paper to compost, use as mulch or seed-starting pots to add beneficial nutrients to your garden.
2/17/2015 9:14:00 AM
Dig into the season with our favorite organic gardening tips and tricks to grow your own bounty.
7/22/2013 4:14:00 PM
Not only is neem oil beneficial as a bio-pesticide, but it can actually enrich garden soil. Discover the benefits of neem oil for your garden!
2/28/2013 2:37:00 PM
Organic gardening connects us with the earth and produces good-for-you food.
6/16/2011 12:48:53 AM
Guest blogger and novice gardener Shelley Moore plants her vegetable seedlings.
5/22/2011 1:12:08 AM
Guest blogger and novice gardener Shelley Moore gets creative when the raised beds she orders for her garden are too deep.
5/10/2011 11:04:44 PM
Guest blogger and novice gardener Shelley Moore documents the beginnings of her family's organic food garden.
4/28/2011 11:30:04 AM
It's time to think about decorating your outdoors with eco-friendly funriture, rugs and of course, organic flowers, vegetables and plants.
10/21/2010 3:49:30 PM
Companion planting can help your favorite plants achieve their full potential.
7/1/2010 12:39:50 PM
Natural Home assistant editor Kim Wallace shares her newfound love for farm-fresh eggs after experiencing rich, nutritious eggs at DeLoach Vineyards in Santa Rosa, California.
5/18/2010 4:44:42 PM
Natural Home assistant editor Kim Wallace introduces a green gardening series on Biodynamic farming based on her trip to DeLoach Vineyards in Sonoma, California. She details the meaning of Biodynamic farming and a field preparation called horn silica 501.
2/1/2010 2:55:22 PM
Natural Home editorial intern Amanda Thompson talks about the benefits her family has seen from keeping a small organic food garden.
1/15/2010 2:56:59 PM
The weather outside may be frightful, but it’s a delightful time to curl up with a stack of gardening books and begin planning next season’s harvest.