With some love and attention, your small garden can become a thriving oasis of green goodness. Start by nourishing your soil, choosing the right plants, and providing them with adequate sunlight and water. Monitor your garden and ward off pests with clever companion plantings and natural deterrents.
If you’re thinking about taking on indoor gardening as a hobby, we’ve listed five top plant choices for you to start with. This selection of plants is considered low-maintenance and easy to grow, making them perfect for beginner indoor gardeners.
Could a simple potted plant be the key to unlocking your mental wellness and social capital? Perhaps not, but it could certainly help. This article explores the recent phenomenon of house plants and describes some of the mental health and social benefits of owning and caring for plants.
Winter is slowly approaching which means that temperatures are expected to fall, and heavy snowfall and ice are just around the corner. This is the time when every homeowner must do their best to protect their trees from the cold by finding the right professionals to ensure that their property is well-maintained.
If you have been blessed with a lot of land for a large garden and want to make the most of what you have, you’ll need to learn how to fill the entire area yet create a dynamic space. If you want to enhance your garden, take a look at the following six ideas for some inspiration!
You took the effort to start your own seeds. You carefully prepared your garden soil. And your vegetable plants are starting to grow. You may think it’s time to relax and let your garden grow on its own. But there are 7 steps you need to grow a healthy and bountiful vegetable garden.
Most recently, I added another task to my already busy schedule: drying teas. I know I’m crazy. But this past winter was the first one I spent with a mug of my own herbal tea and I’m not going back. Why?
Spring is the time when flowers are in full bloom and gardens burst with life. While growing a garden helps add beauty to our homes, cultivating greenery may also perk up our life. Don’t fret if your thumb isn’t green, there are plants and flowers that are easy to manage. Even for those who have no experience.
It is possible to enjoy outdoor water features without being bugged by mosquitoes. You just have to take a few precautions and keep up with maintenance.
With the current unforgiving economy, many homeowners find it difficult to afford fresh vegetables and fruits. However, we do have the option to grow them ourselves in our own home garden.