Aos plantadores de plantão, chegamos com uma super novidade: o substrato Carolina Soil já em quantidade ideal para o vaso autoirrigável tamanho Médio. O substrato preferido de muitos cultivadores. O substrato Carolina Soil do Brasil é produzido com tecnologia industrial de ponta e rigoroso controle de qualidade com o objetivo de atender as necessidades mais específicas, auxiliando quem o usa a alcançar o máximo rendimento do potencial de cada planta. O substrato é pronto para utilização. Não…
Clay soil can be challenging in the garden but there are actually some vegetables that can tolerate—or even benefit from—these growing conditions. From broccoli to potatoes, your favourites might just be on the list.
6 Tips For Growing & Planting Beans | If I had to choose one vegetable to grow, it'd be green beans. Beans are wonderful plants, providing benefits to our bodies and our garden soil. Through my many years of growing beans in my own garden, I have discovered a few tips to share with you on how to grow green beans. | TraditionalCookingSchool.com
6 Tips on How to Plant and Grow Beans | If I had to choose one vegetable to grow, it'd be green beans. My family has passed down this particular heirloom bean for over one hundred years -- the Tarheel green pole bean. My grandparents brought it with them when they migrated to Washington state from the mountains of North Carolina in 1941. Beans are wonderful plants, providing benefits to our bodies and our garden soil. | TraditionalCookingSchool.com
Turns out that molasses is more useful than just making gingerbread cookies around the holidays. Instead of baking cookies, give your garden's soil the boost that it deserves. By feeding your crops with molasses, you will increase soil...
Carolina Allspice, Calycanthus floridus Height: 3 to 8 feet Zones: 5-9 Type: Shrub A wonderful, easy-to-grow shrub, Carolina allspice features strongly fragrant dark red flowers in early summer. The show doesn't stop there; the leaves often turn a nice shade of yellow in the fall. Carolina allspice is largely left alone by deer, probably thanks to its clove-scent foliage. The shrub thrives in full sun or part shade and in moist, well-drained soil. It's native to areas of North America.
Most of North Carolina is in hardiness zones 7 and 8 (I generally use 7b as a guide). Many of my favorite veggies grow quite happily in that climate; the main thing I have to worry about is soil composition. That's one of the reasons I would do raised beds.