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Shopping for a house? Check out the garden.

by Gigi Douban Oct 15, 2015
Backyard gardens add value at a time when fresh and local food is in vogue.

Your yard is getting smarter, too

by Ben Johnson and Aparna Alluri Mar 24, 2015
The internet of things is coming to your front lawn...literally.

Drought-resistant gardens can be more than gravel

by Adriene Hill Mar 20, 2014
As the California drought continues, some homeowners are rethinking their green grass lawns.
By The Numbers

7 lessons the global economy teaches us about gardening

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jun 28, 2013
A list of garden advice from the Marketplace Washington bureau reporter who's been dissecting the sequester.
By The Numbers

How much does organic gardening really save you?

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer May 20, 2013
Do you save money by growing your own food? Or does the cost of maintain a garden wither any savings you get from harvesting your own heirloom tomatoes?

Paying for beauty in a drought

by Adam Allington Sep 14, 2012
It's not easy to maintain a beautiful lawn...especially when there's no water.
A groundskeeper waters flowers.
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The frugal gardener

by Tess Vigeland Apr 27, 2012
Meg Favreau of Wisebread.com on what to plant if you don't have endless supplies of cash to grow yourself a salad this spring.
Vine plants like zucchinis are a good starting point for a new gardener.
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Garden-Fresh Chilled Cucumber Soup With Herbs

by Marketplace Contributor Apr 27, 2012
Meg Favreau of Wisebread.com shares a recipe to help you use up the produce in your new garden.

New maps mean new possibilities for gardeners

by Eve Troeh Jan 26, 2012
Climate zones are shifting, says the USDA, so sure, grow bananas in Ohio.
Easy Sustainability Answers

Is canning safe? How do I do it? We've got a step-by-step slideshow!

by Adriene Hill Sep 2, 2010
Maybe it's the bounty at our local farmers' markets, maybe it's the desire for a comfort-hobby. Whatever the reason, we and our friends over at NPR...