13 of the Best Raspberry Varieties to Grow in Your Garden (Zones 3-9)

Two ripe red raspberries are held at the end of a small cane. The shiny fruit is partially hidden by the green and yellow leaves with prominent veins throughout.

Raspberries mean summer’s here, and it’s time to grow your own. Whether you want to eat them fresh, bake them into a pie, or can homemade preserves, there’s something for everyone. To find the best everbearing or summer bearing cultivar for your growing zone, in a variety of colors, read more now on Gardener’s Path.

A-Foraging We Will Go: Berry Edition

Human hands picking wild blackberries.

What’s even better than just-picked berries from the garden? The ones you harvest yourself from a wild source. With some basic how-tos, attention to detail, and a keen appreciation for the outdoors, you can take a trip back to our hunter-gatherer days and safely consume wild foods. Read more now on Gardener’s Path.

How to Regrow Pineapple from Kitchen Scraps

On the edge of a tan gravel path are two ceramic pots. In the visible vessel, a pineapple plant is growing with long, green leaves reaching out in all directions. The bricks that line the walkway mark the barrier for other small plants to thrive.

Would you like to grow a beautiful plant that’s virtually free? Pineapple plants are easy to grow from a part of a grocery-store fruit you would normally relegate to the compost bin. Learn how to prepare, grow, and nurture your own beautiful tropical plant in this article from Gardener’s Path that’s all about rebirth.