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Garden Home Ideas on Instagram: "propagate hydrangeas with bananas #garden #gardening #plants #planting #planthacks #gardenhacks #gardeningmakemehappy #gardeningtips #gardeningideas #gardeninspiration #gardenlove"
Galena Berkompas • Urban Flower Farm • Education on Instagram: "My cottage garden started in Fall 2020, when I first converted my urban front lawn into flower beds. I used a no-till method and sheet mulched the entire space with cardboard and then brought in good quality compost to build up beds on top of that. I first planted it in the spring of 2021, and since then I’ve been adding to it every year. My color inspiration is corals, peach, pinks, pale yellows, blue and violet - I can’t wait to share more videos of it this year! Here’s some of my tips for doing the same in your space! -Break up a large space into small spaces. This might just be a mental break with no physical difference, but large spaces are overwhelming so I mark out a small space (usually 20 sq ft) and fill that space.
Galena Berkompas • Urban Flower Farm • Education on Instagram: "I just wasn’t a fan of the plain yellow daffodils… and then I found all the fancy ones and I’m obsessed! Daffodils (also called Narcissus) are an easy-to-grow perennial (also deer resistant) that come back year after year! They bloom in spring and there’s nothing better than watching your borders burst into color with these gorgeous flowers! You just plant them 6 inches deep, 6 inches apart and then leave them… it’s as simple as that. My favorite fancy ones are: •Gay Tabor •Bridal Crown •Pink Champagne •Sir Winston Churchill •Art Design •Replete Best time to plant them is fall, and the best time to order them for next year is actually in spring! So save this to reference for your gardens later… and let me know if you love

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Ultimate Houseplant Lighting Guide - Heeman's
Ultimate Houseplant Lighting Guide - Heeman's
Ultimate Houseplant Lighting Guide - Heeman's

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Ultimate Houseplant Lighting Guide - Heeman's Lighting Guide, Types Of Lighting, Garden Guide, Little House, Low Lights, Houseplants, Windows, West East, Ultimate
Ultimate Houseplant Lighting Guide - Heeman's
Ultimate Houseplant Lighting Guide - Heeman's
Ultimate Houseplant Lighting Guide - Heeman's Indoor Lighting, Greenhouse
Ultimate Houseplant Lighting Guide - Heeman's
Ultimate Houseplant Lighting Guide - Heeman's
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Ultimate Houseplant Lighting Guide - Heeman's
Ultimate Houseplant Lighting Guide - Heeman's
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5 Tips to Keep Your African Violet Alive for Years to Come
5 Tips to Keep Your African Violet Alive for Years to Come
Garden Home Ideas on Instagram: "propagate hydrangeas with bananas #garden #gardening #plants #planting #planthacks #gardenhacks #gardeningmakemehappy #gardeningtips #gardeningideas #gardeninspiration #gardenlove" Propagating Hydrangeas, Growing Hydrangeas, Growing Plants, Patio Plants, Garden Planters, Small Space Gardening, Gardening Tips, Merbau Decking
Garden Home Ideas on Instagram: "propagate hydrangeas with bananas #garden #gardening #plants #planting #planthacks #gardenhacks #gardeningmakemehappy #gardeningtips #gardeningideas #gardeninspiration #gardenlove"
Galena Berkompas • Urban Flower Farm • Education on Instagram: "My cottage garden started in Fall 2020, when I first converted my urban front lawn into flower beds. I used a no-till method and sheet mulched the entire space with cardboard and then brought in good quality compost to build up beds on top of that. I first planted it in the spring of 2021, and since then I’ve been adding to it every year. My color inspiration is corals, peach, pinks, pale yellows, blue and violet - I can’t wait to share more videos of it this year! Here’s some of my tips for doing the same in your space! -Break up a large space into small spaces. This might just be a mental break with no physical difference, but large spaces are overwhelming so I mark out a small space (usually 20 sq ft) and fill that space. Garden Yard Ideas, Garden Room, Garden And Yard, Cottage Garden, Backyard Ideas, Flower Farm, Flower Beds, Flower Garden
Galena Berkompas • Urban Flower Farm • Education on Instagram: "My cottage garden started in Fall 2020, when I first converted my urban front lawn into flower beds. I used a no-till method and sheet mulched the entire space with cardboard and then brought in good quality compost to build up beds on top of that. I first planted it in the spring of 2021, and since then I’ve been adding to it every year. My color inspiration is corals, peach, pinks, pale yellows, blue and violet - I can’t wait to share more videos of it this year! Here’s some of my tips for doing the same in your space! -Break up a large space into small spaces. This might just be a mental break with no physical difference, but large spaces are overwhelming so I mark out a small space (usually 20 sq ft) and fill that space.
Galena Berkompas • Urban Flower Farm • Education on Instagram: "I just wasn’t a fan of the plain yellow daffodils… and then I found all the fancy ones and I’m obsessed! Daffodils (also called Narcissus) are an easy-to-grow perennial (also deer resistant) that come back year after year! They bloom in spring and there’s nothing better than watching your borders burst into color with these gorgeous flowers! You just plant them 6 inches deep, 6 inches apart and then leave them… it’s as simple as that. My favorite fancy ones are: •Gay Tabor •Bridal Crown •Pink Champagne •Sir Winston Churchill •Art Design •Replete Best time to plant them is fall, and the best time to order them for next year is actually in spring! So save this to reference for your gardens later… and let me know if you love Yellow Daffodils, Tabor, Galena, Winston Churchill, Bridal Crown, Pink Champagne, Yard Ideas, Secret Garden
Galena Berkompas • Urban Flower Farm • Education on Instagram: "I just wasn’t a fan of the plain yellow daffodils… and then I found all the fancy ones and I’m obsessed! Daffodils (also called Narcissus) are an easy-to-grow perennial (also deer resistant) that come back year after year! They bloom in spring and there’s nothing better than watching your borders burst into color with these gorgeous flowers! You just plant them 6 inches deep, 6 inches apart and then leave them… it’s as simple as that. My favorite fancy ones are: •Gay Tabor •Bridal Crown •Pink Champagne •Sir Winston Churchill •Art Design •Replete Best time to plant them is fall, and the best time to order them for next year is actually in spring! So save this to reference for your gardens later… and let me know if you love
Rekha Mistry on Instagram: "Rosemary cuttings make fabulous plants for FREE! ●Take fresh cutting material with both woody and soft fresh stems. Never do just 2 or 3 cuttings. Always more than what you need. (I've done 7!) ●Strip the lower parts of the stem and place in a container filled with rain water.  Keep indoors (during winter months). Change water weekly. ●By week 3, roots will start emerging. ●By week 5, It's time to pot them up to help settle them into the compost (rather than water) over the winter months. ●In spring, I'll pot each establishing cutting  into individual pots to continue establishing. But I'm also thinking why not plant some of them directly where I'd like them to grow.  So that is what I'll be doing to some of my free herb plants. This the first reel in a Herb Plants, Planting Herbs, Week 5, Cuttings, Winter Months, Settle, Woody, Stems, Compost
Rekha Mistry on Instagram: "Rosemary cuttings make fabulous plants for FREE! ●Take fresh cutting material with both woody and soft fresh stems. Never do just 2 or 3 cuttings. Always more than what you need. (I've done 7!) ●Strip the lower parts of the stem and place in a container filled with rain water. Keep indoors (during winter months). Change water weekly. ●By week 3, roots will start emerging. ●By week 5, It's time to pot them up to help settle them into the compost (rather than water) over the winter months. ●In spring, I'll pot each establishing cutting into individual pots to continue establishing. But I'm also thinking why not plant some of them directly where I'd like them to grow. So that is what I'll be doing to some of my free herb plants. This the first reel in a
Rekha Mistry on Instagram: "Rosemary cuttings make fabulous plants for FREE! ●Take fresh cutting material with both woody and soft fresh stems. Never do just 2 or 3 cuttings. Always more than what you need. (I've done 7!) ●Strip the lower parts of the stem and place in a container filled with rain water.  Keep indoors (during winter months). Change water weekly. ●By week 3, roots will start emerging. ●By week 5, It's time to pot them up to help settle them into the compost (rather than water) over the winter months. ●In spring, I'll pot each establishing cutting  into individual pots to continue establishing. But I'm also thinking why not plant some of them directly where I'd like them to grow.  So that is what I'll be doing to some of my free herb plants. This the first reel in a Potting Shed, Veggie Garden, Rosemary
Rekha Mistry on Instagram: "Rosemary cuttings make fabulous plants for FREE! ●Take fresh cutting material with both woody and soft fresh stems. Never do just 2 or 3 cuttings. Always more than what you need. (I've done 7!) ●Strip the lower parts of the stem and place in a container filled with rain water. Keep indoors (during winter months). Change water weekly. ●By week 3, roots will start emerging. ●By week 5, It's time to pot them up to help settle them into the compost (rather than water) over the winter months. ●In spring, I'll pot each establishing cutting into individual pots to continue establishing. But I'm also thinking why not plant some of them directly where I'd like them to grow. So that is what I'll be doing to some of my free herb plants. This the first reel in a
Lori Bochner on Instagram: "These are my 5 favorite and EASY cut flowers to grow from seed! Of course, I have lots of other favorites too, but if I had to pick my top 5, I would choose these. Why? Easy to grow from seed, not fussy at all, lots of varieties and colors, and abundant blooms for a long period of time. Here they are! ⬇️ 🌱Zinnia 🌱Rudbeckia 🌱Cosmos 🌱Celosia 🌱Gomphrena What are your favorites? Will you grow any of these this coming season? It’s almost time to start seeds! Whoop! 👏" Garden Tips, Garden Ideas, Home And Garden, Growing Flowers, Cut Flowers, Backyard Projects, Growing Seeds, Zinnias
Lori Bochner on Instagram: "These are my 5 favorite and EASY cut flowers to grow from seed! Of course, I have lots of other favorites too, but if I had to pick my top 5, I would choose these. Why? Easy to grow from seed, not fussy at all, lots of varieties and colors, and abundant blooms for a long period of time. Here they are! ⬇️ 🌱Zinnia 🌱Rudbeckia 🌱Cosmos 🌱Celosia 🌱Gomphrena What are your favorites? Will you grow any of these this coming season? It’s almost time to start seeds! Whoop! 👏"
Galena Berkompas • Urban Flower Farm • Education on Instagram: "For those with garden spaces in the shade; this is a list of flowers that will do exceptionally well… provided they’re still getting 3-4 hours of sun per day. Another key for a shade garden is to make sure that massive trees aren’t stealing all the nutrients. If you want to plant flowers under those, consider ones that grow from bulbs or maybe put some raised beds under the trees. This whole list makes great cut flowers and are ones I use regularly for bouquets. Added perk? Most are perennials. My favorite roses that do well in part shade are Eustacia Vye and Claire Austin. I have both in places that only get around 5 hours of sun, and they’re prolific and gorgeous! As a note: Spanish bluebells are invasive in parts of th List Of Flowers, Shade Garden, Spanish Bluebells, Claire Austin, Flower Farmer, Great Cuts, Shade Plants
Galena Berkompas • Urban Flower Farm • Education on Instagram: "For those with garden spaces in the shade; this is a list of flowers that will do exceptionally well… provided they’re still getting 3-4 hours of sun per day. Another key for a shade garden is to make sure that massive trees aren’t stealing all the nutrients. If you want to plant flowers under those, consider ones that grow from bulbs or maybe put some raised beds under the trees. This whole list makes great cut flowers and are ones I use regularly for bouquets. Added perk? Most are perennials. My favorite roses that do well in part shade are Eustacia Vye and Claire Austin. I have both in places that only get around 5 hours of sun, and they’re prolific and gorgeous! As a note: Spanish bluebells are invasive in parts of th
Seeds Connect on Instagram: "👨🏼‍🌾🌱 #beautifulflowers #plantlover #plant #prettyflowers" Indoor Plants, Easy House Plants, Hollyhock, Plant Lover, Hanging Baskets, Plant Care, Green Thumb
Seeds Connect on Instagram: "👨🏼‍🌾🌱 #beautifulflowers #plantlover #plant #prettyflowers"
Galena Berkompas • Urban Flower Farm • Education on Instagram: "Garden spaces don’t want to stay empty… I have found this consistently true ever since I started growing. Space wants to be filled and if you don’t fill it, weeds and other plants will fill it. Sometimes those plants are pretty… usually they’re not what you want. So an easy tip to reduce your weed pressure is just fill the space. Out compete the weeds! Plant everything closer together (I always take off 1-2 inches off the recommended spacing)… and as a side note: this works the best when you have a good focus on soil health. Amending with some good compost and keeping beds mulched with leaves or finely ground wood chips are great places to start. And then I keep packets of quick growing annuals on hand (cosmos, zinnias, su Soil Health, Wood Chips, Garden Spaces, Mulch, Great Places
Galena Berkompas • Urban Flower Farm • Education on Instagram: "Garden spaces don’t want to stay empty… I have found this consistently true ever since I started growing. Space wants to be filled and if you don’t fill it, weeds and other plants will fill it. Sometimes those plants are pretty… usually they’re not what you want. So an easy tip to reduce your weed pressure is just fill the space. Out compete the weeds! Plant everything closer together (I always take off 1-2 inches off the recommended spacing)… and as a side note: this works the best when you have a good focus on soil health. Amending with some good compost and keeping beds mulched with leaves or finely ground wood chips are great places to start. And then I keep packets of quick growing annuals on hand (cosmos, zinnias, su