Taking the time to properly plan, prepare, and plant your vegetable garden will help your plants healthier and stronger. This will make caring for your garden a lot easier.
Watering a container vegetable garden is quite different from watering an in-ground or raised-bed vegetable garden.
Frogs are great at natural pest control. There are a few simple things you can do to make your garden more attractive for frogs
Vegetable gardens need to be watered frequently to be kept healthy. The watering frequency will depend on garden characteristics and care techniques used.
Learn how plant root depth and differences between in-ground and container vegetable gardens influence the way you deeply water your vegetable garden
Find out how to attract hoverflies to your garden
Ants are usually regarded as pests but they do quite a bit of good in vegetable gardens and outdoor areas, and only rarely need to be controlled.
Adult ladybugs and their larvae are predators of many pest insects. Knowing what ladybug larvae and eggs look like will help you not mistake them as pests.
Bees pollinating your vegetable plants will help you get more and better quality vegetables.
Vegetable gardens need to be mulched using organic mulches that are lightweight and decompose easily. This means that not all organic mulches will be suitable.