Whether you’re tired of mowing or want something to fill the blank spaces in your garden, groundcover could be the answer. From flowering plants to landscape fabrics, you have plenty of options at your disposal. Prevent erosion and beautify your lawn or garden with these ideas from Jobe’s Organics. Ornamental Grass One of the most […]Read More →5 Groundcover Ideas for Beautifying Your Yard or Garden
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If you’ve always wanted a garden but lack the space, terrace gardening could be the answer. Your patio or balcony can do more than hold a couple of chairs and a candle. Take advantage of this urban gardening technique that lets you enjoy fresh produce, flowers, or herbs when you want them. With plenty of […]Read More →How to Save Precious Space with Organic Terrace Gardening
Indoor gardening allows you to grow a vegetable garden without worrying about the weather, frost, or having enough space in your backyard. If you’re new to this type of gardening, though, you may be wondering if different rules apply. Of course, tomato watering and feeding requirements vary by type, but these guidelines will help you […]Read More →How Often Do I Need to Water and Fertilize Indoor Tomato Plants?
Whether you’re just starting a garden for the first time or know your way around a backyard plot, the prospect of spring gardening makes the last throes of winter a little brighter. But your flower or veggie patch needs extra TLC during the transition from cold to warm weather. Refer to these 10 tips, from […]Read More →10 Must-Dos this Spring Before Getting Back into Gardening Gear
If you’ve ever considered setting up a home drip water irrigation system, it is a fantastic way to use less water to keep roots moist in your garden. It’s also less resource—and money—intensive than a full sprinkler system and can often be installed in a day or two. This infographic can show you how to […]Read More →Infographic: Setting Up a Home Drip Irrigation System
Some gardeners consider snowfall beneficial for a winter garden. While the right amount of snow can insulate your plants, the conditions have to be just right to do any good. However, we all know how unpredictable nature can be. Instead of hoping for perfect conditions, take action to protect your plants from the elements. Is […]Read More →Snow Blankets: An Insulator or a Danger to Your Garden?
We love gardening because it’s a relaxing, fun hobby that yields tangible results, from attractive curb appeal to delicious produce and vegetables. When you picture a vegetable garden or flower garden, you likely imagine a modest-to-large plot in your backyard or a landscape bed around your home. But gardening isn’t limited to those who have […]Read More →Expand Your Crop with Container Gardens
There’s a lot to learn when it comes to growing a healthy, thriving winter garden. Understanding the hardiness zones is one of the best things you can do to arm your plants against the cold. Luckily, the USDA designed a map to help gardeners use the right plants for local conditions. Finding the ideal plants […]Read More →An Overview of U.S. Hardiness Zones for Plants and Garden Planning
A container garden is a joy for any gardener who wants to grow plants without all the hassle that comes along with it. You can build it indoors or outdoors and grow everything from fruits and vegetables to beautiful flowers for your home or to sell. If you’re still on the fence about building one, […]Read More →Benefits of Raised-Bed Gardening
Not everyone wants electronics or a golf club as a Christmas gift. Some people enjoy green, living things like houseplants. They make the perfect gifts for those who enjoy taking care of things and watching them grow. If you’re out of holiday gift ideas, Jobe’s has five plants to surprise your loved ones. These 5 […]Read More →The Best Holiday Houseplants to Gift a Green Thumb This Year