10 Great Gardening Websites You Must Read
The Internet is chock-full of websites about gardening that you can turn to if you’re looking for garden inspiration or a solution to a problem you’re having with your plants.
Unfortunately, the search engine results can be gamed and the best gardening websites aren’t always at the top of search results. Here are 10 great gardening websites, in no particular order, that you can turn to when looking for knowledgeable gardening information.
1. Kitchen Gardeners InternationalAn online community for people who love food that’s seeking to empower them to practice self-reliance through the advancement of kitchen gardens, and sustainable food systems. Kitchen Gardeners International features forums, recipes, blogs and the ability for people to gather on a local level--either online or in person--for the exchange of information, networking, goods, tools, and coordinate events.
2 Chiot's RunChiot's Run, named after the family's dog, is a garden journal of a small organic garden in north eastern Ohio. Big, beautiful pictures about everything the gardener grows, from succulents to vegetables and herbs.
3. Royal Horticultural SocietyThe Royal Horticultural Society is the UK's leading gardening charity whose purpose is to promote horticulture and gardening. While aimed at gardeners in the UK the site offers blogs and forums, articles, and an amazing database of plants that any gardener can take advantage of.
4. You Grow GirlBefore garden blogs were even a thing author Gayla Trail blogged about her gardening pursuits. You Grow Girl recently downsized and removed the forums, but the blog the forums were built around is as strong as ever. You'll find unusual plants, recipes, beautiful pictures, and gardening tips.
5. Skippy's Vegetable GardenAnother garden blog named after a dog. I’ve been following Skippy's Vegetable Garden for years simply with the intent of creating a similar garden in my own yard.
This one features a small vegetable near Boston that always amazes me. It goes to show you that no matter the size of your yard you can grow a vegetable garden.