Making biochar in a bathtub is a quick, easy, and free way to produce an incredibly powerful soil health additive.
Capeweed is not a very useful plant – or is it? As an indicator plant, it can tell you about the health of your soil and how to improve it.
Thinning cherry trees is not usually needed because they’re not prone to biennial bearing. That’s lucky, because it would be a huge job.
Making sure your fruit tree has enough water in spring will help you to grow larger fruit.
Thinning your fruit trees is a great chance to check the health of your fruit and do a little disease control at the same time.
Apricots are delicious fruit, but fussy to grow in your garden. Here are some of the things to look out for.