By Modern Farmer, May 9, 2016
Not everyone has access to a lovely yard full of rich soil and abundant sunlight. For those of us in cities, container gardens — growing plants in individual pots — is often the only option. Here's what you need to know.
By Modern Farmer, April 11, 2016
You can purchase and release beneficial insects in your garden, but why go through the trouble and expense when they will show up on their own? All you need is the right habitat. Here's how.
By Modern Farmer, March 19, 2016
Even if it’s still too early to put spinach in the ground, now is a great time for building raised beds. Jack Algiere, the vegetable farm manager from Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, has these words of wisdom.
By Modern Farmer, March 5, 2016
Wondering how to create a wow-worthy garden without barely spending a dime? Here are tips from an expert on how to scavenge, barter and borrow, and what to build-from-scratch and grow yourself.
By Modern Farmer, February 29, 2016
Here’s how to take advantage of the late winter window to get your garden in order for an even more glorious spring.
By Modern Farmer, February 20, 2016
Before you get caught up in a frenzy of spring planting, step back, take stock and spend a weekend charting a course for the growing season and laying the groundwork for a successful garden.
By Modern Farmer, January 4, 2016
Some of our favorite farmer and foodie friends gave us a heads up at what they plan to do to improve in the new year. Here's to trying!
By Modern Farmer, December 31, 2015
This story is excerpted from a post on Modern Farmer. Ilustration provided by MGMT Design.
By Modern Farmer, December 14, 2015
With a little gear and know-how, a wide variety of fresh produce can be successfully grown throughout the winter, even cilantro and chilies.
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.