Q&A with Kareen – What native plants grow in a cold climate?
Since planting season is underway, this week’s Q&A with Kareen is especially timely and all about native plants. Sam asks
May Greenhouse Tour!
It’s May in the garden which means cool season crops are starting to get planted in the outdoor garden while
Vole Damage? Here are some strategies…
If you haven’t seen vole damage in your yard or garden this spring, consider yourself lucky! The sustained snow over
What is Permaculture?
Permaculture is definitely one of the most misunderstood and obscure terms in the sustainability and gardening field. Is it a
Don’t want to heat your greenhouse? Here’s what to do instead…
If you’re in a cold climate, having a greenhouse is a really effective way to extend your growing season on
Q&A with Kareen – Cold climate pear varieties, pear preservation and what to do about codling moths
This week’s ‘Q&A with Kareen’ is all about pears. In the video, I answer Elizabeth’s questions about what pears I
Q&A with Kareen – How do pill bugs fit into a healthy garden?
This week’s ‘Q&A with Kareen’ is all about pill bugs. I answer Karen’s question about what role pill bugs play,
Q&A with Kareen – What to do if you didn’t plant your garlic last fall
This week’s ‘Q&A with Kareen’ is all about garlic. I answer Laura’s question about what to do if you didn’t
Q&A with Kareen – How to Keep Deer from Eating your Garden or Food Forest
In this week’s ‘Q&A with Kareen’ I address Laura’s question about how to deal with deer and not get discouraged.
Q&A with Kareen – Top 10 Crops to Feed a Family
In this week’s ‘Q&A with Kareen’, I address Julie’s question about my top 10 favorite crops to grow to feed
Q&A with Kareen – Permaculture pitfalls, leaf mulch, and greywater systems
In this week’s ‘Q&A with Kareen’, I address multiple questions and comments from Tyler. I really appreciated him sharing his
Q&A with Kareen – How do I amend my garden soil?
One of the most common questions that I get from clients is how to amend your garden soil at the