Learn a little bit more about the garden and medicinal plants grown by our editor-in-chief, Hannah Kincaid.
Choose the fruit and vegetable varieties richest in health-promoting phytonutrients.
With one seed packet and a little know-how, you can easily grow a year’s supply of nontoxic, compostable sponges in your own backyard.
Follow these simple, safe, and effective remedies for soothing sunburns, blisters, bug bites, and other minor maladies.
What are some of the most nutritious fruits and vegetables to plant in your home garden?
Learn how to grow and process luffa gourds for a natural sponge alternative to use for bathing and cleaning around the house.
Can the modern version of an ancient, small-space food production method be the solution to fresher eating for you and your family?
Some kind of sticky-sweet fruit likely grows well where you live, and you can plant trees as soon as the ground thaws.