Preparing the Soil For an Herb Garden
Herbs are very hardy plants and can tolerate extreme conditions and bad soils. But to ensure your plants are healthy you can take steps when you are growing herbs outside. It is not a very difficult task to do and guarantees a good return in the days to come.The Various Benefits of a Tea Herb Garden
If you are a lover of all the herbal teas and wish to take in all their benefits, a tea herb garden is right for you. There is no caffeine within herbal teas, so you can relax as you drink it.Herb Garden Plants – Foxglove – Both Doctor and Killer
The stuff of mystery novels and intrigue, the Foxglove has an ancient provenance; it certainly goes back at least as far as the Anglo-Saxons. Its virtue of as a cardiological regulatory measure was only recognised by a Dr. Withering in the 18th century. The venerable Gerard counted it as one of his essential herb garden plants and recommended it as a poultice for severe bruising and external wounds.Basic Knowledge and Tips For the Home Vegetable Gardener
Are you looking to build a better environment for your home vegetable garden? If so then here are three topics that should be musts before you put that next seed into the ground.There Are Many Benefits to Organic Herb Gardening
Organic herb gardening is a great way to grow healthy herbs and it avoids the nasty and potentially harmful use of toxic pesticides and other chemicals. Grow organic herbs and your garden and your body will thank you for it.Herb Knot Garden
Knot gardens are a design of an example of herb garden designs. They are planted in a way to create the impression of an intricate design and trimmed in a fashion that it appears that the herbs are growing in a knotted shape.Indoor Gardening Tips For Novice Gardeners
With the help of the right indoor gardening tips it is possible for an average indoor gardener to learn how to avoid making common indoor gardening mistakes. For instance, it will pay to ensure that the source of light for your indoor garden plants and vegetables is such that the plants and vegetables do not have to incline them to any side in order to get the right amount of sunlight.Fabulous Garden Fertilizer Fix For Bulbs
You can make your own custom organic fertilizer for almost any plant. Here is my tips for easy fertilizer for bulbs.What You Want to Know About Aquaponics Systems
Combining elements from both fish farming, (aquaculture), and soil less farming (hydroponics), aquaponics systems aim to take the eco-benefits of both, whilst minimizing any negative aspects. With many benefits, it is a form of farming that is rapidly growing in popularity.How to Build a Hydroponic System
If you are looking for a ways on how to build a hydroponic system then you have come to the right place. There are a few things you will need such as a sharp knife, a reservoir that is the same in height that it is in width, a piece of Styrofoam that is larger than the reservoir (this can be cut to size later).Don’t Let Your Poinsettias Die!
Many of us look forward to Christmas for many different reasons, I particularly love the Poinsettias that grace the windows of the flower shops and also the shelves of the many grocery stores. Who can resist those lovely red leaves ( really flowers) that just seem to add to the spirit of the season. The warmth and color that they display, are a symbol of the warmth and love that is abundant in this glorious season.Pretty But Poisonous Ornamentals!
Be aware that many plants present a potential danger to humans and animals. This involves not only plants found in the wild, but also popular garden plants in cultivation in home gardens and in ornamental landscaping.How to Grow Organic Carrots, Part One – Sowing Carrot Seeds
A step-by-step guide to sowing carrot seeds that insures a great crop of delicious carrots. Part One of a series that teaches, in detail, how to grow carrots without pesticides, and without unnecessary labor.Where to Plant Roses
Roses are a magnificent looking plant with its full range of colours available. People like to grow roses in beds by themselves and others decide to plant them with other types of plants. Both are perfectly fine and the decision is really all yours, however there are a few things that you should note.