Gardening in Small Spaces
The odds are that you are unlikely to own a garden if you live in a small space. I mean you hardly have enough space to lay your head and place your stuffs. If you are the kind of person that loves and cherishes flowers and flowering plants, it is certain that you would not buy my cynical advice that you should stay off gardening if you have a small place to live and groove in.Container Herb Gardening – The Perfect Solution For Health Conscious City Dwellers
These days going organic doesn’t always mean a trip to your nearest Whole Foods or the Sunday morning farmer’s market. Plenty of urban farmers are utilizing small and medium sized containers for growing their herb gardens. This means if you have a sun filled backyard, open porch or kitchen windowsill you can start growing your own fresh herb garden.How to Re Pot Your Bonsai
Repotting is not optional when growing bonsai. Why? Because after growing in the same pot for some time, the tree will become pot bound. This means there is no room for new roots to grow and the plant will have a hard time getting the nutrients it needs to survive.Enjoy More Beauty, Taste, and Abundant Health by Growing Herbs Indoors
Herbs offer lots of amazing benefits – in the kitchen, medically, and ornamentally – so most herbalists prefer to keep theirs close at hand. And one of the best ways to do this is by growing herbs indoors in containers, planters, or pots. And with just a little bit of imagination, TLC and a few basics, you too can enjoy their many bounties.Gardening Naturally, No Chemicals Needed (Gardening Tips to Help You Go Green)
Weeds not only make your garden look untidy and uncared for but they also rob your vegetables of water and necessary nutrients, so be sure and pull them when you see them. This is especially important in the early stages of growth in your garden. Studies show that keeping your garden weed-free for the first four to six weeks can have a significant impact on the productivity of your plants.Rain Barrel – What is a Rain Barrel?
Many areas of the country are experiencing drought conditions, especially during the summer months. Citizens are often told to cut back on their water usage, or even face water use restrictions. One easy way to cut down on water usage is to use a rain barrel. What is a rain barrel? It is a device that is used to collect and store rainwater.Rain Barrels – 3 Things That Every Rain Barrel Must Have
If you are looking to do your part, environmentally and want to do it as easily as possible, you should consider harvesting your rainwater. By installing a rain barrel on your property, you can expect to collect about 1.300 gallons of water during peak rain periods (this is according to the Environmental Protection Agency.) 1,300 gallons! That is a very significant amount of water to be gathering, for free!How to Grow Mushrooms From Old Mushroom Stem Butts
Learn how you can create your own mushroom spawn by using old mushroom stem butts. Find out how a mushroom stem butt from a specific species of fungi can be used to create more mushrooms.Go Natural With Organic Rose Gardening
Just like planting other type of plants, organic rose gardening is very much easy being promoted by nature lovers and enthusiasts. This is to discourage the use of chemicals as fertilizers and insect repellents that can otherwise cause harm to the plant, the gardener and the people surrounding the garden. Chemicals also cause much damage to the environment and the world around.Why Grow Your Own Herb Garden?
If you’re like a lot of people, you enjoy cooking with fresh herbs. And just like many others, you likely depend on your supermarket for your supply of fresh herbs. If so, you’re almost certainly paying too much. Instead, if you decided to grow your own herb garden, you could enjoy fresh herbs whenever you like for a small percentage of the cost that they would be at the supermarket.Carnivorous Plants – They Actually Do Something – Part 1
The first in a series about carnivorous plants. In this edition, we will discuss the Venus’s Flytrap.Home Vegetable Gardening Ideas to Help Save Money
Growing a home vegetable garden is an enjoyable and fun hobby and activity, but it doesn’t have to be an expensive one. Here are some tips to help guide you to saving a few bucks when it comes to tending to your home vegetable garden.How to Grow Aloe Vera
The Aloe Vera is a part of the succulent family of plants. This means that they are able to retain water, in their case in their leaves, even in a very dry and waterless environment. Even in this condition, Aloe Vera plants look very fleshy and tender to the touch. Moreover, they are able to produce interesting flowers still. They are popular with gardeners as an ornamental plant especially for rockeries and areas with low expectations of rain fall because they are able to keep their succulence despite the dry conditions.Beginner Organic Gardening
There are many reasons to learn beginner organic gardening. Creating an organic garden is simple and easy and does not require as much work as you would think. A little know-how goes a long way. As an Organic Gardener myself, I hope these tips will help you create your own organic garden.Growing Climbing Roses
You don’t have to walk very far in a neighborhood before you see a rose bush or two. On the other hand to see climbing roses is far more rare. This is a mystery because growing climbing roses is no more difficult then any other rose plant and yet they are the most fascinating rose plant of all.