I love lists! When everything is in one place, available and easily accessible, it makes even the work which will come after much more comfortable. Therefore, let me present you 10 weird useful tips for an organic gardener so that you can continue growing food organically, but with much better results.
A few nights ago, I was having a lovely evening with my wife, and while we were watching “Blackadder”, Baldrick, one of the characters mentioned “a turnip surprise”. Then, it hit me. I’ll write an article about how to store turnips so that you can avoid any nasty surprises from spoiled food.
Naturally, there are several ways to store these, and I will cover all of those. Just follow the guidelines, and you’ll be fine. Also, turnips will be ready for harvesting in about two months (more or less), and before you know it, you will have a situation to solve. That’s why I think in advance.
The spring is in full swing, summer is approaching slowly, and everything is throbbing and pulsing with life. Those plants I’ve listed in this article are doing great. My garden is progressing well, and until first serious harvest, besides watering and weeding, I don’t have much to do. Therefore, here’s this article.
I’ve made a list of 12 fragrant flowers for your garden which I consider to be worthy of your attention. Now, whether you choose one or all of them, it doesn’t matter, as long as you wish to enrich the air in your backyard. Let’s get started, shall we?
When it comes to herbs and spices, I just can’t get enough of those! However, organizing the space where herbs will be is not always an easy task. This is why I have asked the Internet for help, and here are the results. These 10 DIY vertical gardens for better herbs will definitely make your space a much better place.
Naturally, I’ll keep things short and precise. Any of those ideas are viable to apply at any time, so if you lack inspiration about how to organize your herbs, keep on reading.
Consuming fruits and vegetables is of utmost importance, it is clear. However, when it comes to salads, people tend to forget some of those which are growing (or can be grown) in their gardens. This is precisely the case I’ll be writing about, and therefore, here’s how to grow bell peppers.
They will certainly make your meals tastier if you decide to give them a go. As you will see, those are not difficult to maintain, and you will have a blast while growing them. Also, as it is with all of my articles, you will gain a broader picture of gardening overall.
Let me tell you what my greatest enjoyment in the summer is. Sitting on my porch, sipping cold ice-tea and having a few slices of cucumbers, dashed with a bit of salt. To be honest, I can’t think of any other vegetable which is better suited for hot months.
Therefore, I’m giving you this article. As you will see, learning how to grow cucumbers is not a difficult thing, and will be beneficial, especially if you are an inexperienced gardener. So, let’s get started, shall we?
Let me ask you something. What is better than food? Although just a few things are usually taken into consideration, people tend to forget about our subject for today. These are 9 superfoods you can grow in your backyard and have a great supply of fantastic meal ingredients.
When summer comes, there won’t be a house in your neighborhood which won’t be “decorated” with that beautiful aroma of barbecue, I guarantee it. But, did you know that some herbs are making an outstanding brush to spread marinade?
To include herbs in your meals, you have to know how to gather them, don’t you? Therefore, let me show you how to harvest rosemary, and have one of the best marinade brushes in existence.
With spring at full swing, everything is blooming and bursting with life. One of the main reasons for why I love this season so much is an enormous number of plants which are at my disposal. Therefore, let me show you how to harvest cilantro since you will need it rather soon.
Of course, I’ll do my best to keep the article short and to the point. Since cilantro is best grown in spring, now is the ideal time to try and introduce it to your garden.
Some time ago, I was writing about the way to grow cabbage from seed, remember that? There, I have covered every aspect of the growing cycle, and there won’t be talking about this in the following article.
However, I believe that since this veggie is sown in spring (about now), you need to know how to store cabbage. It is my motto that it is better to be safe than sorry, so this is precisely what I’m doing; preparing you.