Few things mark the coming of Spring like the cheerful yellow blooms of daffodils. As a symbol of rebirth and new beginnings in many cultures, daffodils (Narcissus) originated in the meadows and woods of southern Europe and North Africa. Luckily for all of us, the hardy perennial flowers have found their way into gardens around […]
Red clay soil—a.k.a. Georgia red clay—gets a bad rap for being hard to work with. While this type of soil has a tendency of getting compacted and forming rocks, it’s actually not a bad place to start. Red clay is actually a good soil for gardening because it retains nutrients and water quite well. Good […]
Preparing for a hard freeze? These five tips can help you reduce the likelihood of plant frost damage.
With the right tips and or tools, tilling a garden for the first time can be less daunting and strenuous.
A garden auger is the perfect Christmas gift for a gardener as it replaces many common gardening tools.