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How to Grow French Tarragon

French Tarragon is an unusual plant that has many benefits when grown. Tarragon is one perennial plant that cannot be grown from a seed. It is a plant that grows around 12 to 24 inches high with long stems that have leaves in a dark green color. You can only grow tarragon from a cutting of another plant. French Tarragon needs to be planted in the sun, but also needs some shade. It grows best in well-drained loose packed soil. It does not grow very well in wet or tightly packed soil.

A Solution to Growing Vegetables in a Small Garden

Growing vegetables doesn’t always require a huge amount of space. Just because you have a small garden doesn’t mean you can’t grow your own delicious vegetables. A really good way to grow vegetables that takes up little space is in containers.

How Aquaponics Can Save The World

The beginning aquaponic gardener is often times very excited to get started with their system and ready to get those fish producing high quality fertilizer for their plants. Many beginners are so excited they end up ruining their system. It is important to take things slow to make sure you have it all done properly before you begin.

Japanese Tea Gardens – Create Your Own Japanese Sanctuary

What is the difference between a Japanese tea garden and a Japanese garden? Japanese tea gardens are meant to bring about the image of a mountain pass or a stroll up to a hermit’s house deep in the woods…

Historically What Bamboo Symbolized

Bamboo has throughout history symbolized many different things in different countries. Bamboo has been used to symbolize friendship, longevity and strength just to name a few traits in many Asian cultures.

Have You Ever Considered Starting Your Own Aquaponics Business?

One of the most popular gardening systems that have evolved in recent years is aquaponics, which requires less maintenance than other systems and is easy to set up, even for beginners. Aquaponics is a hybrid of the 2 older systems of aquaculture and hydroponics, and is easily scaled up into an aquaponics business that can provide large quantities of fresh produce and clean fish.

Gardening 101 – Site Preparation for Perennial Plants

Perennial plants generally have a life span of two to three years and if maintained properly they can add to the beauty of your garden for years to come. There are some pre- requisites for long lasting perennial plants in the garden. Selecting the location and preparing soil are very crucial for the growth and development of the plants.

Gardening 101 – Choosing the Right Kind of Perennial Plants

Perennial plants are quite adaptable and have long life span as compared to the annual and biennial plants. They can survive for three to four years if maintained properly so it is crucial to make the right choice to ensure that your plants thrive well.

Different Types of Perennial Plants for Your Garden

Perennial plants are very diverse and come in endless varieties. They can suit any kind of landscape and garden design if planted well. They can meet your requirements and make the garden lively and vibrant with flowering or non- flowering varieties.

How to Involve Kids in Gardening

Gardening is an interesting activity that can make the kids learn a great deal about various plants and trees. You can easily involve your kids in the daily gardening chores that are fun and easy. This will ensure that they come closer to the nature and understand many important things about gardening.

Gardening 101 – What Are Perennials?

Knowledge is the most crucial thing if you are aiming towards a healthy and thriving garden. Perennial plants are extensively used in gardens for landscaping.

Fertilizer for Orchids Is a Must

Sometimes we forget that there are small but important tasks that must be done. In fact, to make matters worse, these tasks are generally right in front of us. So how long have your houseplants, specifically your orchids, gone without a feeding? No need to worry, using fertilizer for orchids is easy; you probably have just forgotten about it because it is not a weekly task. We seem to remember to fertilize our lawns but why do we not fertilize our orchids? Most of us think of fertilizer as a type of food that we give our houseplants to give them a boost when they look sad. Orchids require this extra nourishment on a regular basis because watering removes the nutrients that the roots need. What type of fertilizer for orchids should you use? The answer to this question is up to you. However, there are several different kinds that you can use such as homemade, organic, a general purpose fertilizer, or one that is made just for orchids.

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