Shrubs are some of the most reliable and hardworking plants in the garden and Fall is the perfect time to plant shrubs in your garden. Here’s why......
Fall is in the air and that means it’s time for mums, pumpkins, apples… and planting spring-blooming flower bulbs! Invest an hour or two this fall to enjoy weeks of color next spring!
Fall may be a better time to plant perennials than spring. The cooler, rainier weather is more conducive to helping plants establish.
As the cool autumn season begins its descent, you may think that the gardening season is over until next summer. But not so fast… Fall is the perfect time of year for planting cool weather crops!
A few months ago, I shared with you the story of beginning gardeners Adrienne and Cordelia Neff’s Victory Garden. At the time, they had planned out the garden and got their seeds, put up a fence, and got to work.
Wildflowers are one of Mother Nature’s loveliest gifts. American Meadows answers 15 FAQ on growing wildflowers. We hope these answers will help you grow an amazing wildflower garden.
Each week this spring, I have shared different posts with you about starting your own Victory Garden. A few weeks ago, former #BehnkeBest Adrienne Neff and her sister Cordelia Neff decided to make their own Victory Garden.
We asked the NGB breeder members to answer the most often asked growing peppers questions we receive. We hope that these answers will bring a delicious pepper season to you.
A Victory Garden 2.0 wouldn’t be complete without a few tomato plants. NGB breeder members answer 15 of the most often asked growing tomatoes questions.
Pollinator decline is an ecological reality of our time, well-publicized in the media, and evident to anyone who gardens or even steps outside during the growing season. It is not your imagination...
In our last blog, we talked about how to plan your garden, including starting from seed. Now it’s time to think about or begin, planting your garden outdoors. Remember, two very important steps in gardening are...
As the National Garden Bureau celebrates its 100th anniversary (1920-2020), it seems timely to reintroduce the concept of victory gardening with quick and easy steps to plan and grow your own vegetable garden.