Gardening

The Best Companion Plants for Potatoes

There is absolutely no doubt that some plants grow better alongside others, and the potato is no exception. While not all companion planting is based on horticultural science, there are some quite significant scientific foundations for the concept.

Plant Marigolds for Flowers All Summer Long

Marigolds are one of the most popular annual bedding plants. There are dozens of varieties available as bedding plants and even more varieties available as seeds.

A Simple Calendar for Your Garden

Here is a basic calendar of the essential jobs you need to do each month to ensure your garden is both attractive and productive.

The Lavender Lady

At lavender harvest time, you still can seen ladies with big baskets on their arms walking the streets of old Europe. Their baskets are filled with intriguingly scented fresh lavender stalks nicely bundled, and fresh lavender buds in fine linen sachets. Passer-bys can't resist to buy such treasures.

R&R in The Great Outdoors: 3 Ways to Transform Your Outdoor Living Space

Dreaming of a private, well-appointed outdoor space where your family and guests can relax while enjoying nature? Consider how these other suggestions might also help put those wheels in motion.

Grow Food from Kitchen Scraps

It does not matter whether you put your kitchen scraps in the compost or the bin, did you know that you could grow many of your favourite fruit or vegetables from those scraps.

28 Tips for Container Gardening

Tips an ideas to get the most out of container gardening.

Herbs for Your Kitchen Garden

This article will help you to decide which types of herb you might most like to grow, and provides some tips and advice on growing herbs from seed.

Citron, Orange and Other Citrus Houseplants

The citrons, oranges and other citric grow well even on sunny terrace, beautifying and flavoring it. If well placed and correctly attended, the citric become splendid houseplants.

Honey Bees Love Sunflowers

This year we planted several different varieties of sunflowers. The colors were just amazing, from an almost neon yellow to a deep autumn red. One thing they all had in common though, was the bees loved them. Read on to find out what is killing the honey bee!

Sunflowers – What You Thought You Knew

Growing sunflowers has been apart of our culture for years, this article is to give you some information you did not know about growing sunflowers, including its uses, origin, and huge market. As well as the best method to grow hundreds of sunflowers in just a couple of days!

Grow Microgreens at Home

Here is what you will need to get started growing your own nutrient dense microgreens.
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