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From saving water in the yard to fighting weeds without chemicals, there are many eco-friendly ways to garden.
Not long ago, I learned about one of the most impressive places I’ve ever seen, as it relates to sustainability in action.
During summer, especially in southern parts of the country, plants are stressed nearly to their breaking point due to drought, heat, disease and insects.
On rainy days, it’s hard to imagine that we’re in the midst of a global water crisis.
Sometimes in our effort to succeed at a task, we make the process of reaching our goals more complicated than it needs to be.
It seems everyone’s favorite summer vegetable is the tomato.
It’s hot outside. Gardeners can escape summer’s heat by retreating to the air-conditioning or a shady porch, but garden plants have to tough it out in scorching temperatures.