Plants create oxygen, so gardening is always a good thing. There are strategies and challenges to it too. It isn't just planting the seed into the soil, watering it sometimes, and letting nature take its course. There are certain plants you have to strategically plant according to season, terrain, and to get them however much sunlight they might need.
BaronSamedi3 posted a Quick Tip about Eggplant.
January 24, 2012
Very affordable, beautiful flowers which smell nice. Carnations usually aren't quite as expensive as roses, and so it's easy for a guy to buy one for a girl he likes but isn't actually dating. They come in a few different colors.
BaronSamedi3 posted a Quick Tip about Spinach.
June 28, 2011
A very bitter vegetable which tastes decent with salt or when it's raw. It has a reputation for being iron-rich, but this reputation turned out to be a mistake due to a misplaced decimal point which just got out of control before anyone noticed it.
Last year, I was given an honor assignment of documenting the development and growth of a small community garden at Wicker Park Grace, a small Christian spiritual community in Chicago. I was happy to be a part of the project, which was a runaway success. Shooting the videos was tricky because I had a group of people who were either averse to appearing on camera or didn't have the time to do so even … more
Thinking about your Spring garden yet? I am... and one practice I plan to experiment with this year is companion planting. That is, I'll be thinking about how some plants benefit the growth/survival of others, and placing them accordingly. The most user-friendly resource I've found so far is a chart on Wikipedia (which looks to be well-sourced); our writer ziggy has also written about companion … more
Clay_Miller posted a Quick Tip about Cabbage.
January 17, 2011
I have over 1 1/4 acres of land surrounded on three side by a beautiful creek. I have allot of garden plots placed throughout the property. Consequently I I have allot of bushes to prune. That makes my "Fiskars Pro Bypass Pruners" an essential garden tool!!! I can't do without this built to last pruner, how about you?
I have over 1 1/4 acreas of land sourrounded on three side by a beautiful creek. I have allot of garden plots placed throughout the property. Consequently I own allot of hoses. This essential garden hose adapter by "Melnor" is essential to protecting my hoses from kinking. Some of my hose runs 150 from the hose bib. I can't do without … more
NormaLehmeierHartie posted a Quick Tip about Tulip.
September 02, 2010