Start Your Own Herb Garden
There are many factors that can influence your herb garden. But since you're just starting, you shouldn't let yourself get confused with too much too soon. Below are four of the basics and the most important things that you should look out for and...
Mabel & Rose - Vintage garden and country living
Mabel & Rose offer a hand-picked range of vintage garden accessories including tin baths, enamelware, terracotta pots, apple crates, and watering cans.
How to be an Apartment Homesteader • The Prairie Homestead
One of my most favorite things about the modern homesteading movement is that it is flexible. I use to think that the only way a person could ever be considered a farmer or rancher was to have thousands upon thousands of acres and make a full-time living off of their land. But, definitions are changing… […]
How To Grow Herbs in Pots & Containers
A comprehensive guide to growing your own herbs in pots and containers on patios, decks, balconies, porches, indoors, outdoors and more!
Container-friendly plants and our favorite planters
You don't need a patch of earth to create a garden. Here are our favorite containers for your garden and our suggestions for the easiest flowers, herbs and fruits and vegetables to grow in them.
125 Container Gardening Ideas
Enjoy nonstop color all season long with these container gardening ideas and plant suggestions. Beautiful pots to adorn porches and patios.
Green Roof Arbor
Outstanding herbs that double as pretty plants include rosemary, oregano, chives, garlic chives, Mexican tarragon (also called Mexican mint marigold), mints, garlic, sage, and bay laurel; are all hardy perennials that require only good drainage and at least half a day of direct sunshine.
What Can You Grow in an 8" Pot? -Planting Depth Revealed
You have the freedom to plant several types of herbs and vegetables with a planting depth of 8 inches. This is where your creativity really can shine.
Tower of Herbs
Don't miss out on fresh herbs (or pay a lot for them at the market) just because you don't have a big yard. Situate this compact herb garden in a sunny spot near the kitchen door for easy snipping.