By Angela England, April 3, 2015
There’s a reason why herb gardens are often called ‘kitchen’ gardens. Firstly, they can be grown right in your kitchen, indoors, any time of year! And secondly, it seems natural for cooks and gardeners to want to grow the freshest plants possible for their culinary experience. The best part is you don’t need a lot of space indoors to enjoy a thriving herb garden that adds value to your dishes.
By Cecilia Nasti, April 2, 2015
Recycling yard and kitchen waste into organic fertilizer is easy. Cecilia Nasti of Field and Feast shares her tips on getting started.
By Cecilia Nasti, December 4, 2014
When you prepare your garden for winter, you increase the odds it will thrive in spring. Cecilia Nasti offers tips on winterizing your garden.
By Paige Schilt, November 8, 2014
Miguel Nelson is a man on a mission. “I love plants. I think plants are the coolest. I feel like civilization would be a better place if people spent a little more time with plants,” says the artist-turned-entrepreneur. And now he’s helping school kids get in on the fun of growing things.
By Cecilia Nasti, November 5, 2014
Growing your own food doesn't have to stop in fall or even winter. Cecilia Nasti offers a few tips for extending the harvest beyond what you may think is possible.
By Cecilia Nasti, September 24, 2014
Wondering what to give people on your gift-giving list this year? If you grow food and flowers, you have a solution. Cecilia Nasti offers helpful tips on gifting from your garden.
By Carly Price, August 26, 2014
When you donate to the Whole Kids Foundation® “Growing Healthy Kids” campaign every penny goes directly to help provide school garden and salad bar grants, as well as nutrition and wellness education for teachers. All of these programs further the nonprofit organization’s healthy mission: helping kids eat better and enjoy it.
By Cecilia Nasti, August 20, 2014
Cultivate a crop of new gardeners by getting kids involved in growing edibles and ornamentals.
By Cecilia Nasti, August 2, 2014
You're not alone if you put off weeding your garden beds so long that you cannot face the amount of time and effort it will take tidy them up again. No sweat. You have the sun on your side.
By Sophia Bielenberg, July 31, 2014
Sprouts are easy and quick to grow – all you need are sprouting seeds, sprouting lid, a jar, and water! Here are some of our favorite summer recipes and a giveaway to get you started.