Right pot for all of your houseplants
Every plant is unique and therefore has different requirements to grow and stay healthy. A quality pot would not only make your plant look its best, but it can also help keep them alive if you choose the right size...
Indoor plants with large, lush leaves
That lonely corner in your house, it’s begging for a good, big leaf houseplant to perk things up and transform the area into an oxygen-providing oasis.
Trends in 2021: Edible gardening and tropicals
For this year, it is clear that the bliss of being in nature, in general, would be bigger than ever, with people increasingly turning to their yards for exercise, stress-relief and a creative outlet.
New year, new beginnings
New year, new beginnings! While you are busy making your list of this year’s resolutions (you know, eat healthier, get more exercise, maybe even start a daily meditation session), remember the other areas in your life that bring you joy, like your yard.
Gardening has health benefits
A long-term study from researchers in China and United States (Texas, North Carolina) tracked something a bit easier and more fun. They measured something called “leisure time physical activity,” done in varying weekly...
Nearly everyone loves water features. Like a mirror, the glassy surface of a still pool reflects the blue sky and shifting patterns of clouds. Water ripples with the slightest breeze and sparkles in the sunlight. The sound of moving water is always soothing; it is especially refreshing on a hot day. I once thought having…
Is watering not your strong suit? Then succulents might be your kind of plant. Natives of warm, dry climates, these plants do not want a lot of water or food. You want to bring your succulents indoors, and who can blame you? Succulents are refreshingly offbeat, bordering on freaky in their physical appearance. Envision the…
Gardening for livelihood
In the conscious effort to reduce our high cost of survival, and carbon footprint, more and more people are gearing towards a sustainable way of living. For avid fans of gardening, this also means growing their own chemical-free, economical, and eco-friendly edible patch.
Gardening against hunger
We continue to learn that food really is medicine. And that growing your own food may be one of the most powerful steps you can take for the health of yourself, your family, and your planet.