Building and Planting Vegetable Gardens

The structure of your vegetable garden does not have to be entirely functional but it should also look and feel good. Building some decorative arches and some tomato cages not only ... Continue Reading →

Save Money and Get Healthy by Planting Vegetable Gardens

Instead of setting up a swimming pool or a Zen garden in your backyard, why not plant vegetables instead? Planting vegetable gardens is a great way to spend a quiet time de-stressing ... Continue Reading →

Choosing The Best Plants For Your Garden

Excited, that’s how you felt when you saw that space in your backyard. And you bought some plants, but without even considering first what kind of soil you have at your garden, or ... Continue Reading →

5 Tips For Planting Roses

When spring is on its way and the ground is soft, it is the perfect time for planting roses. Roses have been a very popular bloom over the years, not only do they look good, but they ... Continue Reading →

Planting Vegetable Gardens for Beginners

Planting vegetable gardens can be a very rewarding endeavor, not to mention that it’s good for your body because of all the exercise you will get, and the vegetables that you’ll ... Continue Reading →

The Basics of Planting Vegetable Gardens

Not a lot of people try planting vegetable gardens these days, especially not in the city. What with the busy lifestyle, constrained spaces, and pollution, it seems inconceivable that ... Continue Reading →

Who Should Compost?

As there are many uses for compost, you will find people with different interests and occupations utilizing this environmentally friendly resource. A homeowner can create a compost ... Continue Reading →

What is Composting?

Composting is recycling your kitchen waste and lawn trimmings and turning them into a valuable resource for your garden or houseplants.  This is done by speeding up the process that ... Continue Reading →

How to Harvest Blueberry Seeds

Add the blueberries to the blender. Pour 3/4 cup of warm water into the blender. Place the lid on the water and berry mixture tightly. Blend the berries and water on low for 10-15 seconds. ... Continue Reading →

Late Yielding Blueberries

Blueberries Chandler Bred in the U.S.. Distributed since 1994, quite a tall shrub, can reach 1.8 m height of the stems are not very strong, so if gausiam yield moves. Flowers very large, ... Continue Reading →