Polytunnel Prep

Polytunnel Prep

Gardening – How to Start Seeds With Free Materials Gardening can save you money on groceries if you start your own seeds and know how to get the materials for…

54 Tomato Varieties

54 Tomato Varieties

  Basics of Home and Garden Decor In our age of instant information, what is on television is a good barometer of what people are thinking about. With several programs…

The Larger Context

The Larger Context

Are Some Crops Not Suited To Aquaponics Most people are concerned about if they can grow root crops, like carrots and onions, in an aquaponic system. And if they can,…

12 Things I Learned in 2020

12 Things I Learned in 2020

The Science Behind Hydroponics Growing hydroponically is a special way of caring for plants. What makes it different, from the first sight, is the fact that instead of in soil,…

Pushing Courgettes

Pushing Courgettes

Growing Your Own Mushrooms Mushrooms have many known nutritional and medicinal uses; and they are easy to grow. You can have fresh organic mushrooms available year round; and there are…

Tall Plants in Short Spaces

Tall Plants in Short Spaces

Planting Your Rose Bush: The Simplest Guide You Will Ever Need! Growing a rose bush in your own garden can be a very pleasant experience if you follow our four…

Great Crop of Onions for Storage

Great Crop of Onions for Storage

Fungus Gnat Prevention Tips: Easy, Inexpensive Home Remedy Fungus gnat thrive in moist soil of your over-watered plants. Their larvae feast on the roots and get into the stem. Adults…

Mixed Success With Early Carrots

Mixed Success With Early Carrots

Propagating Plants-The 3 Biggest Mistakes To Avoid When Propagating Plants Propagating plants is an enjoyable hobby. It can also be a profitable business. Here are the 3 biggest mistakes to…

Climbing Bean Variety Trial

Climbing Bean Variety Trial

Materials to Use on Your Organic Compost and Why You have got to the stage of building a compost box or maybe brought a compost tub and now its time…

The Brassica Dilemma

The Brassica Dilemma

January Is Time For Gardeners to Prepare for Spring January in Southern California is a time to keep landscapes looking lush while preparing for the spring growing season. Plant Winter…