Oh boy. Sites like this make me hopping mad. And people come here for gardening information? When it comes to gardening, there's a lot of silly, even dangerous, advice online. I'm here to set the record straight...
VegetableGardener, editor | March 30th, 201011 comments
What's not to love about potatoes? They're tasty, require little maintenance to grow, and even produce pretty flowers. If you have the right container, you don't even need to plant them in the ground. Check out this video on growing potatoes in the most unlikely of places: a kitchen garbage can.
WesternGardener, contributor | March 24th, 20103 comments
Waffle gardens were the original square foot kitchen gardens used by Native Americans for dryland farming because they helped conserve precious resources. You can take a step back in time and try this ancient planting method.