Monday , July 6 2020

Growing

Vegetable Garden Fertilizer 101: How Much Should You Add?

New gardeners and even some seasoned gardeners add far more vegetable garden fertilizer than their plants need. In many cases where plants have problems, fertilizer is not the problem. but sometimes garden fertilizers is the problem – too much of it. How much fertilizer to add to your vegetable garden …

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Dont forget your spring garden checklist!

Gardeners are a happy crowd. Budding clematis. Photo by Lorna Kring. For many people, the winter season can drag on and get a little gloomy. The weather is gray and cloudy, there are not enough hours of daylight and our favorite outdoor activities can come to a standstill. But gardeners …

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The basics of composting

Gardeners, if you haven’t learned to compost for fertilization, autumn is the perfect time to start. Why? Of course, to take advantage of all these fallen leaves! Why compost? Composting is an economical and environmentally friendly way to fertilize your soil. It provides the richest growing soil on the market …

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How to prune blueberries

About 5 years ago, after extensive research, I bought 3 blueberry varieties that complemented and pollinated each other, so that I had blueberries for almost the entire growing season. I was told it would be easy. Oh, how pitiful my wilting and tiny blueberry bushes were a year after I …

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Why Seniors Should Work in the Garden (Plus 7 Tricks)

My grandmother is quite brave to be 87 years old. Only last year she underwent heart valve replacement surgery and was given a good outlook and a free ticket to resume activities and interests as usual. Your first activity was to take care of it their peony bushesand set up …

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Wasabi Japonica grown under GE LED Grow Lights

The most difficult plant to grow in the world The opportunity Wasabi Japonica is widely recognized as the most difficult plant to grow in the world. The plants come from Japan and require very specific environmental conditions in order to successfully produce healthy plants. Wasabi is most commonly associated with …

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Make a romantic blooming centerpiece in 6 easy steps

On this Valentine’s Day, create a romantic atmosphere at home with a heart-shaped floral centerpiece that you can create in a few minutes. This beautiful, flat arrangement is called Pavé. It’s done with Carnations, Roses, mothers, baby breath and berries, the stems of which have been cut short to achieve …

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Brewing compost tea benefits your garden and lawn

Compost tea, compost extract. No matter what term you stick to, it’s just compost and water, a perfect lawn and garden fodder for those who want a liquid addition to their plants and soil, for those who only produce small amounts of compost, or for those who may not have …

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