Worm 101 – Building a Worm Farm
Red worms have been labeled as compost wonders, and are actually great at what they do. They help loosen and aerate the soil; as well as produce nutrient-filled natural fertilizers that you can use for your soil and plants (and more other interesting facts about vermicomposting). So to be able to get a regular supply of all these goodies, than you may have to start by making your own, building a worm farm that is.A Home Herb Garden in Your Backyard
Home herb gardening will give you information on how to properly take care of your herbs right in your own home. Get some valuable tips from expert gardeners for you to better understand indoor gardening.Growing a Carefree Spirit Rose
The Carefree Spirit Rose was the winner of the 2009 AARS award. Hybridized by Jacques Mouchotte, the rose is now grown throughout the United States.Why Are My Leaves Turning Crispy Brown?
Leaves turn brown close to leaf margins and in between the veins or have dead patches in the middle. On lilies, generally the lower leaves are affected first, and when the soil is tested, it is found to be acidic. Leaf burn and leaf scorch occur when leaf cells overheat.Flower Leaf Identification – How To Know A Flower By Its Leaf
Springtime brings about a huge variety of newly budding plants. A walk through a flower garden will reveal plants that are common and easily identified by just looking at them.Plant Leaf Identification Guide
In order to identify a plant, there are several leaf characteristics that must be noted. First is the overall shape. Some plants’ leaves have very distinct shapes and can be used alone to identify the plant. Most, though, are similar to those from other species of plants. Therefore, more information is usually needed.How to Water Orchids the Proper Way
How to water orchids depend on the many factors that could affect them including climate, pot size, potting medium, water temperature and watering methods to use. But one way of telling the needs to water an orchid plant is through a simple test.Herb Patch Tools
We have to answer many questions first before we can start our very own herb patch or herb garden in our front or back yard. For example, what kind of herb plant will I grow or tend for? Where can I buy herb seeds or herb plant? What are the tools to use for an herb garden patch?General Orchid Information
A guide to caring for orchids. Plus information on what makes them such a popular house plant.Easy Tips For Choosing Orchid Pots
Repotting an orchid is one of the basic requirements in order for this plant to grow and thrive. Knowing the correct orchid pot type to use is critical for your plants growth or beauty. Here are some easy tips for choosing the right orchid pot.Six Guidelines For Choosing the Right Plants For Your Orchid Garden
Information on the various types of orchid. Essential tips and guidelines for choosing the right orchids for your garden.Basic Orchid Info
Orchids are a favorite houseplant. There are thousands of different species in the orchid family and even more hybrids. Contrary to popular belief they are not difficult to grow if you know how to properly water, fertilize and give them the right amount of light and air.My Most Successful Homemade Hydroponic System
There is no need to buy an expensive hydroponic system to have great results. After many years of trial and error, this is my most successful homemade hydroponic system.Astounding Orchid Information – Secrets of Success!
Orchids have become the perennial favourites when it comes to growing house plants. Many believe that they are too complicated an organism with many special requirements to successfully propagate in the home environment. This belief is incorrect however, there are certain types of orchids that are fairly easy to grow and you don’t need to be an expert as long as you choose the type of orchid most suitable for novice gardeners.Roses Are Among the Most Popular Garden Shrubs
Roses are among the most popular garden shrubs. In the world there is more than 200 species of wild roses, and almost 20 thousand. noble varieties.