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.
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.
It is already known that on my by blog I don’t like the idea of doing things in the nick of the time. I want to have good preparation, and the same I can recommend to you. This is why I had decided to write this article now when the winter had just barely passed.
Here are 6 good looking container plants for the summer, so that you can make plans in advance. Trust me; organizing is needed.
I’ve been writing this blog for a while now. I don’t want to think about it as of a superstar, but every major band or other musician makes one “the best of” CD sooner or later. But, you know me, I love to take things a bit further.
Instead of listing my best articles, I have decided to make it useful. Therefore, here are tips and tricks to successfully grow all types of onions.
With winter passing, it is natural that gardeners are itching to get outside and start seeding and planting their worries out. In fact, I’m one such gardener, and when spring hits, I tend to go on a planting spree.
This is why I’m giving you ten plants to brighten the garden in April so that you can prepare for the upcoming season.
Let us be honest. There are only three essential things you need to provide for your plants to be healthy. Water, soil, and sunlight are those three, and what if I tell you that there are some plants which need just two? Here is what can grow in shade, and trust me, you will have a great time while doing so.
Who says that the best things in life have to be paid for? Some of them are free, such as this e-book about container growing. Its full title is The Ultimate Step-By-Step Guide To Container Growing.
You can have it when you subscribe to site growyourmint.com or following this link. All that is needed is to enter your email address using the form shown in the picture above.
As for the book, you will notice that it is divided into several chapters (eight, to be precise), which are covering the most critical aspects of container growing. Its central theme stays in boundaries of what to do when you begin container growing.
Therefore, the matter of good base is covered in the first chapter, “What to consider when choosing a planter?”. The question of drainage, costs, and maintenance are but a few of those featured in this chapter. For the rest, you will have to subscribe to see.
The author did his best to save you a few dollars, so the case of old items repurposed as containers is featured in this article. So, if you have old boots, why not use them?
Next, the matter of soil, drainage and potting mix is covered in the following chapters, so that you can know what to expect. Of course, the author kept in mind that this book is intended for beginners (of course!) and things are really clear and easy to understand. I love how to care about plants is nicely intertwined with getting better results.
Oh yes, and there is also an AMAZING instruction on how to choose right potting mix for your container.
And if you are feeling adventurous, why not trying to make a blend in your garage?
Although many people think that sowing is trivial, the following chapter clearly says that this is not the case. From good preparation to a fine selection of seeds and varieties, and everything else which comes in between (I don’t want to spoil the fun), the author pointed out the most critical factors in growing marvelous vegetables.
The overall care about container-grown plants is more than watering from time to time. It also covers lighting, air circulation, diseases and pests, and all of those conditions are included in the last chapter. Basically, everything you need to know about how to keep the plant growing.
All in all, this guide will give you a nice picture of what will be expected from you, and if you can grow plants in containers in the first place. Since it is free, why not give it a go?
And of course, thank you for subscribing and being my reader.