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Earthworms for Clever Home Composting

Worm composting or perhaps to give it its correct title, vermiculture is seeing an enormous growth in status of late. This can be put down to a variety of reasons, not least the fact that it is a superb technique to recycle waste materials and produce very useful compost at the same time. Here in today’s eco aware times it is cool to use alternate recycling methods such as home composting.

Growing Pumpkins In Your Garden – Some Useful Tips

When you think of growing foods, the first thing that comes to mind is gardening vegetables such as tomatoes, squash and cucumbers. However, did you know one of the most popular gardening choices is growing pumpkins? Pumpkins are long seasoned crops and they are cultivated in different parts of the world.

Growing Celery – A Complete Guide For Success

Many of us are choosing to garden and grow foods. There are a couple reasons for the increasing popularity in gardening and growing vegetables such as celery. First, it’s a relaxing hobby.

Growing Zucchini – Instructions For Success

Gardening is really a rewarding experience for those of us who take the time to do it. When it comes time to make a decision on how to grow food and what foods to grow, a very popular vegetable to plant is zucchini.

Water Availability and Design for Intensive Garden Beds

There are some places in this world, where there is enough water in the form of rain, that irrigation is not necessary. Unfortunately I have never lived there, and have always had to irrigate. However with an intensive gardening system, it is doubtful that there are many places that will receive enough rain for it.

Growing Carrots – The Process and Plans For Success

When it comes to making a choice to grow foods, building a vegetable garden in your backyard and planting carrots is a no-brainer. Carrots are one of the most famous crops grown all over the world.

Selecting a Site for Your Intensive Garden Beds

Growing vegetables will require a minimum of six hours of sunlight per day. Selecting a garden site will be your first objective. Try to find a spot on the south side of any buildings, or trees if possible. However, in the Summer when the sun is high, a spot north of a building will work, if it is not to close to the building, and can receive sun in the morning and afternoon. Whenever possible find a spot free from tree roots. Tree roots can rob your plants of water and diminish the quality of your garden. If you are unable to find a spot without roots, you may have to cut through them. Trees on the north of the garden are generally ok, as long as the branches do not overhang enough to shade your beds. You may have to keep them trimmed. Some trees like Chinese elm have a shallow root system and get most of their water from close to the surface. It is a good idea to try to avoid placing your garden close by if you can avoid it. Even if you cut them down the roots continue to grow sprouts.

Advantages of Using a Grow Tent

Now you have made the decision to become an urban gardener,there’s your grow room to plan and consider. Many people go to great expense building out of wood and boards when there is a much easier, cheaper and more effective way to create the perfect indoor grow room. The tent is the ideal solution to your problem.

Lemon Daddy Hydrangeas: A Favorite Shade Shrub

Lemon Daddy’s distinctive yellow leaves makes it an excellent choice for a shade garden. Written by a gardener who has finally admitted that she has a shade garden.

Planting Templates and Watering Combinations for Intensive Gardening

In a previous article I touched on the subject of what to grow, some good combinations, identified some plant types, and covered some planting dates. I will now get into more detail on these subjects, layout some beds with different combinations, and plan them through the growing season. When we get to the planting.

Limited Space Intensive Gardening Secrets

Combine intensive planted garden beds, with rows, and drip tape irrigation. With a design that reflects the most productive yields, with the least amount of labor involved, the least expensive components, and the best use of your space and resources. Use Any Space You Have Available to grow your own vegetables.

Want a New Hobby? Why Not Create A Vegetable Garden?

Gardening can be a soothing, fulfilling activity and can be done just as a hobby or as a means of providing, healthier home grown produce. It is an innovative and rewarding past time. Vegetable gardens for beginners are best done by starting small, and expanding as you have the time and experience to do so effectively.

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