Tip Top Tomato Tips
But what to cut and what to leave? And should you cage, string, or weave? Read on for tons of tomato tips(5 comments)
Potting Up Tomato Seedlings a.k.a. Buying Time in the Garden (Our First Video!)
How to help tomatoes overcome the obstacles of ever-unpredictable spring weather
September's bounty, last sowings, and learning the lessons of a season passed.
Don't Blush, Be the Bee: Saving Seeds from Squash
My cheeks flush when discussing the intimacies of hand pollinating squash blossoms.
Tomato Harvest Begins! Here are Five Tips to Make the Most of It.
Our hot and fairly dry summer has had many effects on the garden, the most welcome of which is a strong tomato crop.(1 comments)
Tomato Trellising Basics
Google 'trellising tomatoes,' and you'll be immersed into a world you didn't know existed. Here, we discuss the most popular options.(1 comments)
Efficient Weed Control
If there is one month of the season to make weed control a priority, it's June.
Late Blight Comes Early to New York
Late blight is here, every year, but this year the blight has come on early and strong. Don't freak out and pull up all your plants.(1 comments)
The Spring Rush Continues
We've been in full-fledged spring rush mode: breaking lots of new ground, weeding, shaping beds, amending soil, and, of course, sowing seeds.
The past few nights have been quite cold for late March, which means seedlings need extra protection to make it through the night alive.(2 comments)