Happy Friday. Whether you love to cook or you are looking to save money or enjoy providing your family with organic foods, growing herbs in your home can fun and rewarding. In July, we posted an article called The Fab Five Herbs to Grown At Home. Now, we are taking it to the next level and introduce Herb Mondays.
Last week in How to Prune Your Garden, we learned that you can actually plant in the fall and one of those plants is the hydrangea. The hydrangea is considered a shrub and can be plants in Zones 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. Hydrangeas offer a certain charm that only this flower can pull off.
Are you wondering what to do with your garden this month?
Would you like to know when to seed your lawn?
Happy Friday! Today, we are going to be looking at gardening tips and tricks for the month of September. Fall is almost here and while it may seem like it, it is time to stop caring for you outside garden and lawn, this month is a great month to prepare your landscape for winter.
With fall closing in, you may be wondering if it is time to prune your bushes, flowers, shrubs and trees. Pruning is essential for growing a fabulous garden and landscape. Today, we will be reviewing a few different types of plants and when you should prune them.
Are you tired of biting into one your apples to find worms?
Do you want to know how to keep your apples disease free?
With fall in the air, here at Rootwell, we have been looking into fall’s favorite treat, the apple. Growing apples can save you money and provide your family healthy fruit. However, with growing apples comes pests and diseases and to spray pesticides seems to defeat the purpose of growing your own fruit in the first place. Today, we are going to discuss different diseases and pests and how to prevent them.
Are you looking for tips on how to care for your roses?
Welcome back to Rose Friday. Rose Friday is our weekly series where we discuss how to care for roses. Last week, we talked about the history behind the rose in The History of Roses.
Today, we will conclude Rose Friday series. We are finishing up with a few tips and tricks that we have learned throughout our series. Whether you are looking for the history behind the rose, what a yellow rose means or what the best type of rose is, we have covered it during our Rose Friday article series.
Did you know you can grow apple trees in containers?
Welcome back and happy Wednesday! I am excited to conclude this series about saving money and growing apple trees. Yesterday, in How to Save Money On Organic Apples, we discussed my love for apples in the fall and the best way to save money on organic apples is to grow your own.
Did you know that apples have been #1 on the dirty dozen for two years in a row?
Would you like to have organic apples without paying too much money?
Back in July, I wrote an article discussing what fruits and vegetables were on the dirty dozen in The Dirty Dozen and The Clean Fifteen. To be on the dirty dozen, the fruit or vegetable would have to rank in the top 12 out of 47 in the amount of pesticides they contained. When fall hits, I think of apples and my love for all things apple.
Welcome back to Rose Friday. Rose Friday is our weekly series where we discuss tips and how to care for roses. Last week, we talked about The Meaning Behind Rose Colors.
The Rose – A History
Have you ever wondered when the first rose was given or if a rose has always been able to apologize for someone? Thousands of years ago, were people comforted after losing a loved one by a rose? Today, the rose is a powerful expression of love and can be the crown jewel in a garden. Did roses always captivate us?