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NEW SOCIETY BLOG — Gardening
Have you eaten pawpaw before? Often referred to as Indiana bananas or hipster bananas, they were nearly a forgotten fruit, native to North America. However, they are making a massive comeback with foodies, chefs, craft brewers, and discerning fruit-lovers. Today, we take an excerpt from Pawpaws: The Complete Growing and Marketing Guide, where Blake Cothron explains dispels five common myths about Pawpaws.
Today’s blog features an interview with John Albers, the author of the just-released book Growing Conifers: The Complete Illustrated Gardening and Landscaping Guide.
Pines, Firs, and Cedar Galore: How I Learned To Love Coneheads and Dance with The Conifers They Adore
Some of my best friends are coneheads. You know, conifer geeks. Not all of them, mind you, but some. Enough. Yes, definitely enough!
With so many varieties of conifer trees, have you ever wondered how people tell them apart? Understanding how the characteristics of trees affect their classification can help you identify different types. Today on the blog, we have an excerpt from Growing Conifers: The Complete Illustrated Gardening and Landscaping Guide on conifer classification. Next time you walk through a forest with conifers, see how many you can classify.
In celebration of 420, we take an excerpt of our book DIY Autoflowering Cannabis: An Easy Way to Grow Your Own by Jeff Lowenfels, in which he outlines the different types of cannabinoids found in cannabis. Today we unpack some of the different types of cannabinoids present in cannabis and look at their effects.
The process of designing your property, or even a garden bed, can be difficult. With so many considerations, techniques and decisions, many people get overwhelmed in the complex process. Building Your Permaculture Property: A Five-Step Process to Design and Develop Land by Rob Avis, Takota Coen, and Michelle Avis offers a revolutionary holistic method to overcome this. Today, we take an excerpt from Building Your Permaculture Property on how to create a framework to implement your design and develop your land.
Farming without tilling has long been the goal of agriculture. The Organic No-Till Farming Revolution: High-Production Methods for Small-Scale Farmers offers a farmer-developed roadmap showing how no-till lowers barriers to starting a small farm. Today on the blog, in celebration of our Spring Sale we have an excerpt from The Organic No-Till Farming Revolution, by Andrew Mefferd.
Did you hear the news? Spring Giveaway are back! We just couldn’t wait for spring so we decided to start early. This week's giveaway running on Facebook and Instagram, started today, February 20th, for Your Edible Yard: Landscaping with Fruits & Vegetables by Crystal Stevens.
This excerpt is from the book From The Food Lover's Garden: Growing, Cooking, and Eating Well by Jenni Blackmore.
This excerpt is from the book The Elderberry Book: Forage, Cultivate, Prepare, Preserve by John Moody.
This excerpt is from the new book How to Grow Cabbage Indoors: Growing Fruits and Vegetables in Pots by DJ Herda.
Today’s excerpt is from the best-selling book The Market Gardener: A successful Grower’s Handbook for Small-Scale Organic Farming by Jean-Martin Fortier.
Michael Abelman, author of Farm the City: A Toolkit for Setting Up a Successful Urban Farm, has been a commercial organic farmer in both the city of Vancouver and on Salt Spring Island, B.C. In today’s excerpt, he distills his knowledge into 14 general farming principles which work equally well for the home gardener!
This excerpt is from the book The Year Round Solar Greenhouse: How to Design and Build a Net-Zero Energy Greenhouse by Lindsey Schiller with Marc Plinke.
This excerpt is from the new book Your Indoor Herb Garden: Growing and Harvest Herbs at Home by DJ Herda.