Vegetable Fruit & Herb Gardening
Guide and reviews to growing vegetables, herbs and fruits wherever you live. We'll show you how to garden whether you are urban gardening on your balcony in…
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Container gardening with peppers is a great way to grow delicious, colorful fruits and vegetables in even the smallest of spaces. Peppers are incredibly easy to manage, needing only minimal care and attention. With the right soil, pot size, and amount of sunlight, you can have an abundance of peppers. Try container gardening with peppers today for a healthier lifestyle that's also good for the planet.
Poorly managed agricultural practices are the leading cause of declining soil quality, as they can lead to desertification, deforestation, and chemical pollution. Soil health is a critical component in sustainable agriculture, yet it is often overlooked. We rely on healthy soils to provide food, clean water, and habitation. However, the soil is a non-renewable resource, meaning that it cannot be replaced once lost or degraded. #gardening #homesteading #soil
Garden soil vs potting soil: What’s the difference and why does it matter? There are a ton of different soil mixes you can use when gardening so how do you know which one is the best fit for your garden? Find out here what ingredients are typically found in both garden soil and potting soil. Learn which soil to use for specific garden projects.
Have you ever wanted to make your own compost but weren't sure where to start? Making compost at home is a great way to help recycle organic materials and provide valuable nutrients for your garden. With some simple steps, you can learn how to create homemade compost and give your backyard a natural boost of energy. Discover the best methods for creating nutrient-rich compost right in your own backyard today.
Before you begin planting, one of the most important steps in gardening is to have your soil tested. Soil testing not only gives you a starting point for figuring out what nutrients are in your soil, but it can also help you figure out what nutrients may need to be added or replaced before you plant new plants. In the long run, this will help ensure more successful growth for your plants and save you time and money. Read our post on how to test your soil's pH to get the most out of your garden.
Do you want to enjoy the freshness of organic tomatoes without having to go to the store? Growing your own tomatoes in the comfort of your home is easy and rewarding—they'll be ready for harvesting in no time! Whether you have outdoor space on your balcony or windowsill, it is totally possible. Find out how today by reading our blog post on how to grow tomatoes in a container.
Have you tried passion fruit before? This beautiful tropical fruit is expensive to buy in stores, and so easy to grow! In this tutorial I show you how easy it is to propagate or "root" your own cuttings to make more plants. Rooting and propagating plants is a great way to expand your collection. #gardeningtips #ediblefruit #urbanhomestead
Composting at home is an easy and effective way to help the environment while also saving you money. It reduces your need for synthetic fertilizers and helps reduce the amount of landfill waste, making it a win-win situation. Start your own compost heap today and join the millions who are already helping to make a positive impact on our planet! Try it out now, and start by reading our blog post on how much compost you really need.
How to make Homemade Fertilizer using Banana Peels, Coffee Grounds and Eggs Shells for your vegetable garden. With the cost of fertilizer going through the roof, and with only a few months before summer, it is time to start thinking about preparing your garden for all your vegetable plants. The best soil ensures that you get the best vegetable yield and I am going to show you how to incorporate everyday leftovers into your garden.
Tired of looking at those tomato seedlings in their seed tray? It's finally time to take the plunge and plant them in your garden for maximum growth! This guide will show you how and when to transplant tomato seedlings for greater yield. The good news is that it's simpler than you think, so don't put off reaping a bountiful harvest any longer! Get all of your questions answered in our blog post on when to transfer your tomato seedlings.
Hydroponic gardening is a soil-less horticulture method for raising crops both indoors and out, and it’s a lot simpler than it appears to be. It also allows you to plant your crops indoors as well as outdoors. To get you started, here is everything you need to know about hydroponic gardening and how to grow in nutrient-rich water.
Whether you're a beginner gardener or an experienced green thumb, growing your own herbs can be an incredibly rewarding experience. With perennial herbs that last more than one year, you'll get continued harvests for years to come. Check out our list of 22 essential perennial herbs to try this season and start reaping the benefits of homegrown flavor! Discover the joys of having fresh and flavorful spices at your fingertips with these amazing perennial herb plants.
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Growing a vegetable garden brings so much joy to those who tend it, especially when you get to witness the fruits of your labor. Planting tomato plants in your garden is a great way to enjoy fresh tomatoes for salads and other dishes. With just a bit of care and attention, you can have an abundant supply of sweet and juicy tomatoes from your own backyard. So why not make gardening more joyful by growing your own tomatoes today?
If you want to grow spinach in your garden, you should learn how to grow it and when to pick it. Spinach grows best in cool weather, so you can plant it in the spring or in the fall. You can grow it in pots or in the ground. Spinach can be grown from seeds or seedlings in a garden. Here are some tips for growing spinach in your garden. Spinach plants need a lot of water and should be fertilized every two weeks. When the leaves are 3 to 4 inches long, they can be picked.
Want to start your Spring Planting? Start with radishes and you will be eating them in a matter of weeks. find out how here. |Spring planting | Vegetable growing | Planting Salad | Growing radishes | how to grow radishes from seed | how to grow radishes in pots | how to grow radishes in containers |
Do you have a vegetable garden? If so, do you grow lettuce there? Do you have any idea when the lettuce should be harvested for maximum flavor? By reading the blog post, you will learn how to produce lettuce and when to harvest it in order to have a plentiful crop.