Guides, tips, tricks, and how to information about all of your favorite house plants and garden plants. Includes flowers, vegetables, herbs, annuals…
Pumpkins are rewarding plants to grow and really earn their large patch of real estate in the garden with their show stopping fruit production. There are several things that you can do to help your pumpkins thrive and grow to their fullest potential. Check out our list of tips for how to grow a bumper crop of pumpkins in your garden this year.
Can you grow food in a shaded garden? You can! We often think of bright sunny spots being the best place for a vegetable garden but there are a lot of shade plants that do perfectly well in some shade.I’ll show you what you can plant in your shady garden.Use your garden planner app or virtual garden planner to discover different shady garden design ideas and lighten your garden. #shadedgarden #vegetablegarden #shadygarden #gardenplanner #shadygardendesignideas #shadeplants #gardendesign
Epsom salts add key micronutrient to the soil that help increase seed germination rates. Studies show that Epsom salt (Magnesium sulfate) is beneficial to the plants from early on helping strengthen plant cell walls during germination.
We listed the different types of best terrarium plants to add on your mini garden at home: from small, low-light ready, small to water terrarium plants, we've got you covered. Additionally, a list of terrarium types and a DIY instruction await in our blog so you never run out of inspiration in your mini DIY project.
We teach you everything about growing Magnolia trees; where to plant magnolias, how to plant them, and when is the best time to plant magnolia trees. With a abundance of magnolia tree varieties, you'll never run out of options to try on your backyard landscape! #landscaping #magnoliatree #plantcare #backyardideas
With most watering questions, the not-very-satisfying answer is “it depends.” How much water your trees need can vary a lot depending on where they’re planted, what kind of soil they’re planted in, the amount of sunlight they get and other environmental factors. #Tree #Gardening #GardeningTips
Do you think you don’t have space in your garden for vining cantaloupe? They take up several feet when grown on the ground. But you can grow them vertically to save space, help prevent disease, and allow them to get more sun. For everything you need to know, read more now. #cantaloupe #verticalgardening #gardenerspath