How To Build A Simple Everyday Greenhouse
Any garden without a greenhouse is incomplete – in fact, the real charm of a big garden lies in a simple and small greenhouse. You really do not need an expensive one, neither a really good budget to feed your desire.Rather, DIY greenhouse project is the perfect thing for you.
How To Build a Raised Garden Planter Bed - Gardening Project DIY
If you are going to be spending a lot of time in your garden this year planting vegetables and more, then we have a great project here to help you start planting right way. An easy diy project called a Raised Planter Bed that will fit in just about any sized yard. The wood cost … How To Build a Raised Garden Planter Bed – Gardening Project DIY Read More »
How to Survive (And Thrive) When Money is Tight and Times are Tough
Survival Skills for Living a Good Life. We've lost a lot of the skills that were once commonplace. Don't you think it's time we reversed that?
How to Grow Cherries -
How to Grow Cherries **These are beautiful trees to have because they have a pretty bark, pretty flowers, and delicious fruits. **There are two basic types of edible cherries: sweet ones and sour ones. Sweet cherries are best for eating fresh and sour cherries are used mostly in cooking or preserves (they are often called […]
DIY: Grow An Endless Amount of Ginger Indoors
Thanks to 17 Apart for the photos! Zingiber Officinale, or what we call ginger, is one of the easiest plants to propagate and harvest. Being delicious, it is also one of the easiest to eat, and takes the place of many treatments found in the medicine cabinet. Gingersol and shogaols are the active chemical constituents in ginger that are attributed to its healing properties and have been known to have anti-inflammatory properties (NSAIDs), work as immunity boosters, and combat cancerous…
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Greens for Small Spaces | Pass the Pistil
Red and green leaf lettuce will always have a place at the table. So too will traditional romaine, but have you tried oak leaf lettuce, ‘Roxy’ or ‘Freckles’? Or maybe arugula or Mizuna greens? There is an endless number of varieties missing from your local market that you can easily grow at home — […]