Water Runoff: What it is and how to prevent it
Do you deal with dry, baked soil in your garden or landscaping? Do you regularly water your plants, trees, and lawn and feel like they are still doing poorly and dying? Is your water bill sky high in the summer?
Gardeners, farmers, and even homeowners can struggle with dry, compacted soil and plants that wilt.
Would you like to grow your own microgreens indoors? Let’s take a closer look at our top microgreens growing tips.
Have you ever heard of microgreens?
If you are from California, these delicious tiny greens have been a staple on sandwiches and in salads for three decades. Microgreens are making their way across the country into supermarkets and restaurants and in amateur gardeners’ homes.
Coleus is a tropical perennial plant that grows easily in containers or in landscapes. With approximately 60 different species, coleus comes in a variety of colors including green, purple, orange, and yellow.
Grown mainly for its foliage, this hardy plant is easy to care for and propagate.
Don’t you love the idea of a plant gaining popularity solely through sharing cuttings between friends? Chinese money plants or Pilea Peperomioides started its houseplant journey that way, and it continues to this day.
There are a few places to find this evergreen perennial plant online, but not many. You won’t find one in a nursery because they grow too slowly to be commercially useful.
Do you ever think about how different plants evoke the places from which they originate? Caladium is one of those plants.
Originating in the heart of South America, right along the banks of the Amazon River, these guys are showstoppers with their brightly-colored, paper-thin foliage.
Are you looking for something new and exciting to add to your landscape this year, or maybe a new indoor plant for your houseplant collection?
Look no further than the plant, elephant ears. Its shape and color are spectacular, and with the right care, this plant can grow to be massive.
If you are looking for something stunning with a modern look, this might be your new favorite.
If you have ever grown a garden, especially a vegetable garden, you know what nuisance aphids can be.
It’s frustrating to have misshapen and blighted veggies or to turn over a leaf and find aphids coating your plants!
What do you do if you want to have organic vegetables and not resort to using any pesticides to get rid of them?
Did you know that you may have beneficial weeds growing in your backyard? Some of the most commonly found and pesky weeds in your lawn can be made into teas, tinctures, salads, and more.
Many of these weeds are high in vitamins and minerals, and some of them also have healing properties. Let’s dig in!