Gardening 101 is a new e-newsletter in 2020 meant for new gardeners! The newsletters come out several times a month with timely information to guide you through all stages of planting, watering, and harvesting your own fruits and vegetables. This newsletter is in partnership with University of Wyoming Extension gardening experts.
Garden season is coming to an end, but it is never too soon to start planning for next summer! Find our tips in this newsletter.
Prepare your garden for winter to help reduce the amount of work you’ll have next spring and protect it from pests and disease.
Potatoes, carrots, beets, onions- these root vegetables and others thrive in most Wyoming gardens. Root vegetables also store well without refrigeration.
Is your garden overflowing with veggies? Think about preserving your harvest to enjoy it all winter long.
Beans, beans, they are good for you and good for your garden too! There are many kinds of beans, and two varieties: bush and pole.
Sweet, green, and crunchy, is there anything better than eating snap peas straight out of the garden? Nope!