How to Save Vegetable Seeds For Planting Next Season!
Saving seeds is a great way to both save money and ensure that you will have the same great vegetables next year that you enjoyed this year. Some varieties of plants (hybrid) do not do well saving seeds.What is the Best Venus Flytrap Soil?
If you are wondering what the best venus flytrap soil is, I am so glad that you found this article! The best medium in which to grow your venus flytrap plant is not soil at all! Looks like you found us just in time.How to Control Flea Beetles in Your Home Vegetable Garden
They affect just about every vegetable but will go after your tomatoes more so than anything else. Learn how to control and eliminate these home vegetable gardening pests.Growing Lime Trees Indoors – Five Tips to Growing an Indoor Lime Tree
Do you like to cook with limes or use them as a garnish for your favorite drinks? Now you can grow limes of your very own with a fragrant and handsome indoor lime tree. Here are five tips to help you grow a lime tree indoors…Rose Garden Care For a More Beautiful Rose Garden
Roses have a reputation for being the bad boys of the garden. That they are finicky and hard to care for. However keep in mind that roses have been growing in the wild for thousands of years with no assistance from anyone and they are still around and doing very well.Organic Gardening Pest Control – Some Insects Can Help You
Pests are harmful insects which are detrimental to the growth of plants. To have a healthy and prosperous organic garden, one must adopt various ways to eliminate these pests. However, using pesticides can defeat the whole purpose of organic gardening. Pesticides are harmful chemicals which are likely to enter our system through the vegetables and fruits we cultivate.Using Bollard Lights to Improve Your Garden
Bollard lights are outdoor lights that are enclosed in cylinder shaped posts. Those posts were originally all in a cylinder shape but today these lights are also created in square shapes. Bollard was the name of the posts where you tied the boats when you came to dock.How to Make Your Own Bonsai Soil
If your local garden supply center does not sell bonsai soil they most likely do sell all the components you need to make bonsai soil at home. There are three basic things you need to make bonsai soil.Get More Bang For Your Buck With ‘Scentsational’ Miniature Roses!
Growing miniature roses has been traced back many centuries to the miniature China rose. However, the forerunner of today’s miniature rose dates back to 1917, when it was discovered growing in a window box in Switzerland. In 1936 the first miniature rose named ‘Tom Thumb’ was sold in the United States. Today there are miniature varieties of every other type of rose.Helpful Herb Garden Information
Herbs and herb gardening have a rich history. This brief introduction to herbs and herb gardening gives some interesting historical facts, including how herbs have been used for medicinal and culinary purposes.Indoor Bonsai Plants
In the world of the Bonsai tree, there are two basic distinctions. The Bonsai is either an indoor or outdoor Bonsai. Outdoor Bonsais, which are known as temperate Bonsai will prosper in the colder climates of the world while indoor or tropical Bonsai, as they are known, cannot survive the cold. If you elect to grow an indoor Bonsai tree there are some special considerations you should keep in mind.Bonsai Gardening Secrets Review
After many years as a bonsai enthusiast, finding good sources of information has been a struggle. This one book opened up my eyes to a whole new way of looking at my collection, and has helped improve my bonsai to new levels! If you are a beginner or even the most advanced bonsai grower, I think this book has something for everyone!Greenhouse Bean Feast, Feb 2010 – Seeds, Pots and Modules
With the nights drawing out very noticeably and a slight rise in temperature the garden is starting to come alive. Spring really is only a few weeks away.How Anyone Can Grow Vegetables in Containers
I love fresh vegetables but really don’t have anywhere in the ground plant them. That hasn’t stopped me because many vegetables including many of my favorites grow well in containers. Some vegetables grow better than others, but some grow so well that anyone, even me, can grow them well.