Tag: Gardening

Posted on 05/08/2022
Start Your Own Seeds With These Household Items
Sprouting seeds indoors is an excellent way to get a jump-start on your gardening projects. Whether you’re planning on growing vegetables outside or simply wish to grow your own houseplants from seeds, it’s a rewarding and incredibly low-maintenance process. There are many choices of seed-start-and-grow kits available on the market, but you can just as easily create your...
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Posted on 06/13/2021
Make Your Own Home Brew Houseplant Fertilizer
We often use dried eggshells as fertilizer in outdoor gardens. Their extremely high calcium content makes them an excellent way to add extra nutrients to the soil. When properly prepared, eggshells can make for great indoor plant fertilizer as well. Here we’ll go over how to use this common food waste to nourish your houseplants in 5 steps....
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Posted on 05/17/2020
Benefits of "Native" Gardening
Photo by Larisa Koshkina via PixabayRestoring native habitat to our surroundings is like pressing the "refresh" button on biodiversity. Homeowners who embrace native gardening are making big contributions to healthy landscapes, which is great for maintaining the native ecosystems. Making a Difference—Beautifully Native plants are the greenery that would grow in certain areas with or without human intervention....
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Posted on 04/26/2020
How to Build a Raised Garden Bed
Image by Ulrike Mai from Pixabay Nothing says spring like fresh-turned earth, the tender green of young shoots, and a brand-new DIY project! Building a raised bed is a great idea for a number of reasons. First, your soil may be rocky or have high percentages of clay or sand, in which case it makes sense to put...
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Posted on 05/19/2019
6 Ways to Maintain Your Lawn Mower
If you have a beautiful lawn, it is also right to assume that you have your own lawn mower. This tool is essential for people who always want to make sure that their lawn is well taken care of. The same goes for your mower, but the question is to keep in excellent condition all summer long. Use...
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