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Jasmine Jefferson is Growing a Community for Black Girl Gardeners

Jasmine Jefferson’s first memories of gardening were, like many people’s childhood memories, filled with some embarrassing moments with her family.  “Here in Florida, a lot of houseplants that people like to have grow on the side of the road,” she says. “My ‘normal’ was my mom and my grandma driving around with shovels and bags ...

Composting 101: 10 Questions Answered

There aren’t many downsides to composting. For starters, it’s good for the planet. By giving food scraps and yard waste a second life, it stays out of landfills (where 40 percent of all food in the U.S. ends up) and nourishes your garden instead. Plus, the rich soil is a natural alternative to chemical fertilizers, ...

How to Start a Garden at Home

Wondering how to grow your own food? If staying at home has you dreaming of tending a bountiful backyard garden, there are plenty of ways to get start growing your own fruits, vegetables, and herbs. This post is filled with all the tips you need for how to grow your own food in your backyard—even ...

6 Ways to Fight Garden Pests Without Chemicals

Tiny, polka-dotted red wings flutter and a ladybug lands on a leaf—one of the cutest moments in nature. But these famously adorable beetles have another persona: carnivorous predators.

5 Convincing Reasons to Join Your Local Community Garden This Spring

Across America, spring has sprung—except on the East Coast, where the memo to Mother Nature was apparently lost in transit. Cue the arrival of little league games, long afternoons at the park, and flower buds popping up in the garden.

Composting 101: Green Your Garden and Minimize Food Waste All At Once

“The worms go crazy“,Cassie Martinez laughs. “And kids are obsessed.”

How To Use Coffee Grounds As Fertilizer

Repurpose used coffee grounds as a fertilizer for your plants. You can actually use coffee grounds in your garden in a few ways. Composting coffee grounds will add nitrogen to your compost pile. The proper ratio of nitrogen to carbon in your compost pile will speed up decomposition.

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