Over 17,500 Orchid Species Fall Into Two Types
The orchid family is made up of just two types, they are terrestrial and epiphytes. Some of the more common species are covered in this article.How to Make a Root Cellar From an Old Freezer
How to make a free root cellar for organic fruit and vegetables in any home. No electricity or cellar is needed. A discarded freezer becomes an asset in the sustainable low maintenance organic garden.How to Water Orchids – Water Them Right and Keep Them Healthy
Many of us are unsure how to water orchids so that they continue to bloom. Here you can find a few easy steps and tips on how to water orchids effectively so that they continue to bloom year-round.Wormery Compost – How to Keep the Worms Happy
The Compost bin is an essential part of any garden. But a wormery provides a valuable working addition which produces compost that is rich in humus and plant foods. The compost is best used as a top dressing or ingredient in potting or seed compost.The Right Way of Orchid Pruning
Once your orchids start blooming, orchid pruning is one important task that you should not miss. Especially if your aim is to promote new and healthy orchid growth that provides you with constant blooming. But for most beginners, orchid pruning become a risky task terrified by the possible damage of the orchid plant.Garden Greenhouses, The Top 6 Things You Must Consider Before Buying!
Garden Greenhouses, what you should consider before you purchase! Don’t buy a garden greenhouse until you read this!Vanda Orchids and How to Care for Them
Vanda orchids are one of the most floral of the orchid genus. Grown mostly in hanging baskets they are quite unusual than most flowers gardeners attend. They can be quite rewarding to successfully grow these orchids to full bloom. Unlike most other orchids they can be grown outdoors easier than indoors.How To Grow Organic Broad Beans?
The widest broad beans, for spring sowing and a fine flavour, are the ‘Windsors’ Green or White. There are about 200 seeds in a pint of broad beans, enough for 150 feet of double row, so a half-pint packet is sufficient for most gardens.Growing Fabulous Peach Trees
My wife and I lucked out when we purchased our home as there are two peach trees between our home and the house next door. The two brick homes seem to have formed a micro climate which supports the peach trees.Orchid Lights – When, Where and Why to Use Orchid Lights
If you are trying to grow your orchid indoors, you may benefit from the use of an orchid light. Orchid lights can create the correct amount of light for your orchid to thrive, but you need to know the different types of orchids and orchid lights available first.Garden Pests And Diseases – The Bugs Ate My Homework
If you are like me and don’t like the idea of introducing deadly chemicals in your food chain, then controlling garden pests and diseases requires a new way of dealing with them. You don’t need to use RoundUp to control weeds, or to heavily spray your garden veggies with chemicals; there are plenty of organic ways of controlling them.Garden Flowers – Annuals Or Perennials?
Do you know the difference between and annual and perennial flower? If you are deciding what type of flower garden to plant, here is a simple outline of annual and perennial flowers to help you.