Controlling Weeds the Right Way
A good farmer knows different methods to control weed growth in the garden. Each of the methods has its own benefits and can be chosen according to the needs of the garden. With a selective weed killer, spot treatment can be done. The wanton growth can also be dug out if only a few are present.Creating a Small Organic Garden
Organic gardening is a very efficient method to convert waste land and empty turf into something decorative and meaningful, and at the same time get the benefits that any garden in the world would provide you with. These organic gardens are known for the fact that they do not use any kinds of chemical additives like synthetic fertilizers and pesticides and are grown in a completely natural manner.Choosing and Growing Roses – Discover the Three Most Fragrant Roses
In addition to their natural beauty, many roses offer a delightful fragrance that adds a soft, clean scent to your garden. But did you know not all roses have a scent? Let’s discover three of the most fragrant (and easy care) rose varieties…Growing Container Tomatoes Works Well in Small Courtyards
Growing container tomatoes is very popular and one way of growing them in a small courtyard or patio is by using the espalier method. Tomatoes grow very successfully this way and it is lovely to have them growing near the kitchen and living area.Herb Garden Plants – Tips on Deciding What to Grow
Starting an herb garden from scratch can be a daunting task. To get it right the first time, this article covers a proven-to-work starter list of herb garden plants for beginners.Be an Expert Herb Gardener – An Herb Garden Kit Can Do it in 14 Days Or Less
Never planted anything in your life before? Don’t know where to start? No problem! An herb garden kit can make a beginner look like an expert in no time at all.Garden For Health – Key Plants For Medicinal Gardening
If you want to garden for health, there are a few key plants that you will want to have as part of your medicinal garden. It is well documented that from the beginning of time we have depended on herbaceous plants to cure all sorts of ailments and diseases. Even the earliest writings by the Greek Dioscorides, believed to be Antony and Cleopatra’s private physician, listed as many as six hundred medicinal plants.How to Plant Hanging Upside Down Tomatoes
Planting tomatoes hanging upside down is becoming more and more popular and effective. You do not have to worry about weeding and dealing with pests and diseases. If you want to know how to plant upside down tomatoes, here is info on what you need and how you can do it easily.Why Should Small Gardeners Use a Greenhouse?
As more and more people have recognized the advantages of using greenhouses for their plants, manufacturers have incorporated many features consumers were looking for in smaller greenhouses. Discover the six ways these new type of greenhouses can protect your plants…How to Care For a Hanging Basket After Planting
How do you care for a hanging basket once it has been planted? In this “how to” guide I will look at how to care for a hanging basket after you have planted it.Easy Care Roses – Five Common Rose Planting and Care Mistakes
Have you always admired a beautiful, color splashed rose garden? Well, if you’d like one of your very own, it is not as difficult as you might think. Just avoid these five common rose planting and care mistakes…Transplanting the Lucky Bamboo Plant Into Soil
Learn how to transplant your lucky bamboo into soil. Whether your plant has outgrown its original container or you want to create a new arrangement, the lucky bamboo is very easy to transplant!The Best Growing Tomatoes – Does Using Seaweed Help Your Tomato Plants?
Many gardeners would agree there is nothing tastier than a tomato freshly picked from the vine. In trying to produce the best growing tomatoes possible, you can avoid the toxins that many store bought tomatoes have been subjected to. You may have wondered if using seaweed (also called kelp) can help your tomato plants.Preserving Your Garden Bounty Using the Pressure Cooker
Learn to home can your garden vegetables. Using a pressure cooker is the only safe way to home can low acid foods.