Indoor water gardens
Growing plants in water, whether houseplants or an indoor herb garden, is a great activity for the novice gardener (great for kids!), people with limited space or an aversion to messy dirt, and those who have plant watering-challenged.
• Using Plant -based Strategies Plant-based strategies for supporting pollinators You’ve probably read the news stories on the “insect apocalypse”: the recent steep decline in insect populations and the potentially dire consequences it holds for other animals and ourselves. It’s easy to get discouraged listening to all the doom and gloom, but the good news…
3-Ws for 2020 gardening trends
Three major concerns have been revealed to be the guiding force or philosophies driving gardening trends for 2020. They are gardening: for wildlife, wellbeing, and the world.
Garden plans, designs
Creating a beautiful landscape is not as hard as you might thing. You don’t have to be a landscape designer to create a beautiful garden – but you do need to learn the basics of landscaping design to take the mystery out of designing your flower beds and borders.
‘Three sisters’ companion planting
It’s part folklore, part science, but companion planting just may help your garden grow.
The aromatic herb garden
When designing your scented herb garden, don’t forget to focus on more than just the smells of the plants remember to plan according to their color, the time of year they bloom, their size and their individual needs.
Growing roses: Queen of flowers
From the earliest times, indeed throughout the history of civilization, people around the world have held the rose close to their hearts.
Living in an apartment doesn’t mean living without plants. Just because you live in a small space without a backyard or grassy lawn to mow, doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice your health and mental prosperity by shunning the idea of a garden.