Why a Lot of Master Growers Use a 3 Part Nutrient System VS 2

When using a 2 part nutrient system, a lot of growers tend to have deficiencies in certain areas of their plants. By using the 2 part system, it is sometimes difficult to dial in on exactly what is missing from your plants or what is being over fed to your plants through nutrients. Typical 3 part nutrients are not made for the high value plants like yours and mine and this can create poor quality crops.

Greenhouses and Gardens I Love to Visit

I admit it. I am a greenhouse and gardening junkie. While other people are off visiting louder, flashier vacation spots, I am on the lookout for new gardens and greenhouses to visit.

Do Roses Grow on Trees?

We often speak of someone or something that is deservedly rare or precious to us by saying “they don’t grow on trees.” Well, roses do and this article outlines exactly when and how roses can be made to grow on trees!

Worm Bin Problems: Know How to Solve These

At some point in a person’s vermicomposting journey, he or she will be able to encounter a few minor bumps along the way. Particularly for beginners, they will most definitely go through a lot of challenges and adjustments, before getting things to work for them the right way. But it is through such situations that they learn how to do the right process after that. Now much can also be applied to the experience brought about by some worm bin problems, and by troubleshooting these to put things back to normal.

Dendrobium Orchid Care Tips

Dendrobiums orchids are very popular house plants and are generally fairly low maintenance. They can be frequently used as cut flowers because of their solid stylish stems and spectacular flowers.

Five Basic Components of Landscape Design

There is something endearing and calming about gardens. Aside from contributing to a greener earth, a small patch of garden brings you in tune with nature. A home garden can take on any size, shape or form. Tight-living spaces need not be “green-less” as a group of potted plants accented by a stand-alone water fountain efficiently located in a corner yard is a garden. A pot or two of bonsai arrangements by the window adds a point of interest. Those who are into vertical living have found great opportunities to maximize roof tops for grassless gardens.

Organic Tomato Gardening Guidelines – Part 2

If you are buying seeds, check the labels to ensure they are organic. For seedlings, check with the shop owner. The soil pH might give you some indication on whether the plant is organic.

Keeping Your Soil Healthy

Soil is the most vital component in all your gardening activities. It’s therefore important to know the condition of your soil before venturing into home gardening. If your soil is healthy, you’ll produce quality vegetables and fruits, and mostly likely you’ll become successful in growing organic fruits and vegetables. The quality of your soil depends on the available nutrients it provides based on the stand of your crops grown in the garden. If your plants are healthy, it goes to show that your soil is healthy. There’s a symbiotic relationship between a good soil and the vigorous plants that grows within.

Can I Move My Greenhouse?

I get asked this question all of the time. If I buy this greenhouse and assemble it, can I take it with me when I move? Unfortunately, this is a decision I just had to make myself.

Reliable Rosemary

Rosemarinus officinalis is one of many herbs that everyone knows today, people have known rosemary since they first contemplated how to dress the Sunday roast! It is tied to romantics and religion going back for a very long time. A rosemary bush is reputed to have sheltered the Virgin Mary on her way from Egypt.

Edible Landscaping With Parsley

Parsley has become an extremely popular herb to be grown in the home garden, and an excellent plant choice to include in your edible landscape gardens. It is know for its unique flavor and ease to grow. Parsley is used as a delicious seasoning for many dishes, and when used in salads. It is also know to be high in vitamins A and C, along with other minerals.

Being Neat And Tidy Not Always Good In The Vegetable Patch

How many times have you seen pictures of vegetable gardens with nice neat rows almost as if they were planted using a ruler? Have you ever visited someones vegetable garden leaving with a sense of envy or jealousy after having seen all those plants organized into neat little rows all spaced so proper?

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