Are you planning to sort through the roses at the local florist?
Want to make sure that rose you give is perfect?
Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! If you haven’t yet bought your sweetheart’s roses, you are in luck. Today, we are going to share with you a few tips on picking out the perfect rose. We are even going to share with you what the color of the rose will communicate.
“Gardening is a process, not a product.” ~ Unknown
Tday, we continue our Wednesday series called Beginner Gardening Wednesday. This series has been going on for quite some time and today, I wanted to take the time to share with you 5 easy gardening favorites.
Are you looking for the perfect vegetable for your garden?
Do your tomatoes struggle with diseases?
Gardening is a lot to take on, even for greenest thumbs among us. Little things can happen that leave us wondering, “what did I do wrong?”
Have you ever planted something with all the joy and excitement you didn’t even know you had for a little plant? Have you ever watched that same plant that stored all your hope stop budding, not grow at all or become so diseased that it is impossible to eat?
Would you love to have fresh roses on your kitchen table all summer long?
Roses are the pride and joy for many gardeners. The reason why they are is that roses can be tricky. Today, we would like to make growing and caring for roses easy by sharing 7 of the top tips that we have found beneficial in growing and caring for a rose garden.
Gardening is one of those things that if you’ve never done it, it may seem intimating. That is why we created Beginner Gardening Wednesdays. This Wednesday, we are sharing about an easy-to-grow herb – oregano.
Beginner Gardening Wednesday is our weekly series that targets anything that is easy to grow. This series seeks to make gardening less intimating and available to all.
Wondering what you can do in your garden this month?
Depending on where you live, it might be time to get back outside and into the garden. Or, at least it might be time to start thinking about getting back into the garden. Today, we wanted to share some great tips and tricks for your garden this month.
With this being one of the coldest winters that I can remember and more snow on the way, I couldn’t help but find myself starting to think of spring this week. Today, we would like to share with you some ways to start preparing for this spring. Spring will come eventually, and just like you, I want to be ready. It is not too early to start your spring garden planning.
4 Tips for Planning Your Spring Garden
The four tips below will help you start planning your spring garden. Although you may have a snow covered landscape, it is not too early to start planning.
What is the best technique to use when watering my orchids?
Where should I set my moth orchids so that they get enough sun light?
Welcome back to Beginner Gardening Wednesday. Every Wednesday you will find easy to grow tips and tricks for every level of gardening. Phalaenopsis orchids are also called moth orchids because the shape of the flower resembles a moth. They are one of the most beautiful flowers that you can grow indoors and they are definitely a showstopper.
Do the gray winter skies have you looking to add a little color indoors?
Are you looking for a houseplant that is hard to kill?
Today, the wind chill has it feeling like -14 degrees outside. All this cold weather and gray skies may have you thinking about adding a little color indoors. There is no better way to do that than by introducing a few good orchids into your home.