Have you ever wondered what to do with the cut off greens of strawberries, or the core of an apple? Or ever wonder if there is another option for your fall leaves other than bagging them up and maybe even spending money to have your city pick them up? Composting might be the answer for you.
When the warm weather starts coming, it’s hard not to get excited about getting outside and starting your garden. One of the first things you might think to do is to run to a local nursery and buy your favorite vegetable plants. Starting a garden by buying plants might seem like the easiest way to go, however, starting vegetables from seeds is a lot easier than one might think. The benefits can help give you a long and healthy garden throughout the season.
It is finally time to start getting dirt under your fingernails in your garden. Spring is here and it’s time to get planting. Today, we are sharing 5 delectable vegetables for your spring garden that are excellent choices for your family.
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The weather in the Northeast Region of the U.S. has been freezing cold and filled with snow. The days, however, are growing longer. With longer days comes the promise of spring. Yes, spring is coming. Use this month to prepare your garden for spring and much more.
Aloe vera is a plant that is extremely sensitive to frost. This makes it difficult to grow outside for most of the country. If you cannot grow your aloe vera plant outdoors, let’s bring it indoors.
Aloe vera is not a difficult plant to grow indoors. With a little know how, soon you will be enjoying all the benefits of the plant in the comfort of your own home. Here is what you need to know about growing aloe vera: