More Than Good Looks: Try These 10 Edible Flowers

Posted - July 30, 2018
Eating flowers seems almost heretical. If plants could talk, wouldn't they say, you can look, even sniff, but please don’t chow down Read More

The Best Indoor Office Plants—and How to Care for Them

Posted - July 16, 2018
Having a plant or two in your office can really brighten up your space. Studies have found that keeping plants at the office leads to Read More

5 Reasons Getting Certified Organic Is Really Difficult

Posted - July 2, 2018
As the only government-administered label that addresses farming practices, the organic emblem is vitally important. There literally is Read More

The 5 Best Houseplants to Purify the Air In Your Home

Posted - June 18, 2018
House plants are seeing a resurgence. They’re taking over Instagram feeds and are the subject of millennial trend pieces. Their Read More

7 Reasons Why Seed Diversity Is Important

Posted - May 21, 2018
According to research conducted by National Geographic, in 1903, there were 408 distinct tomato varieties sold by commercial seed Read More

Seed Saving 101: 10 Things to Know If You Want to Start Saving Seeds

Posted - May 15, 2018
Beans. That’s right. If you want to start saving seeds, we recommend beans. Or peas. Why? Legumes are by far the easiest seeds to save, Read More

10 Smart Ways to Garden on a Budget

Posted - May 9, 2018
You don’t have to spend obscene amounts of money to grow your own food. Here are some tips for a spectacular backyard garden—without Read More

10 Beautiful Photos of Seeds (And Fun Facts for Each)

Posted - May 2, 2018
Sure, we’re used to appreciating the flowers, herbs, and foods that grow from seeds, but we don’t often pay tribute to a plant’s Read More

8 Plants That Promote Wellness

Posted - April 27, 2018
Looking to try more natural remedies? This helpful guide covers a wide swath of ailments - and many plants might already be in your Read More

8 Plants for Hair and Skin Care

Posted - April 20, 2018
As far back as ancient times, plants have been harvested for their hair and skin benefits. Many are rich in both vitamins and fatty Read More