How to Choose Hydroponics Plants to Grow in the Suburban Hydroponic Garden
Hydroponics gardening provides gardeners with the ability to grow more produce in a smaller amount of space and a shorter amount of time. Read this article to find out which hydroponic plants have been used most effectively, and which are particularly suited to this method of gardening.How to Create a Container Display for All Seasons
Container planting does not have to be confined to seasonal displays. If you have an area such as a patio where potted plants look at their best, it is a good idea to mix both seasonal displays with more permanent planting. Shrubs and perennials do just as well in containers as they do in the ground, they just need a bit of extra care and attention. Here is a short guide on how to create and maintain permanent displays in pots and containers.Creating A Haven At Home With Beautiful Garden Plants
Perhaps the most satisfying and easiest way to spruce up the outside of your home and add value at the same time is to bring your yard to life with a variety of garden plants. Plants add beauty and function to a home’s exterior. They can help with…Garden Furniture For Entertaining And Relaxing Outdoors
Adding garden furniture to a patio or back yard creates extra living space for entertaining friends, enjoying dinner with the family or just relaxing after work or on the weekend. Furniture choices for the outdoors range from cozy conversation sets…Is Plant and Plot Rotation Necessary?
Various crops rely on soil that provides them with different nutrients. If the same type of crop is planted in the same plot, the soil eventually becomes depleted by the particular nutrient needed by that plant. So if brassicas, for example, are only grown on a certain plot every few years or so, the nitrogen they mostly utilise will be stripped from the soil.Is Your Soil in Need of a Health Check?
Late January or February is probably an ideal time to check the condition of your soil, before the New Year’s growth cycle begins. Questions to keep in mind are as follows: The sort of soil that you have? Is the soil light or heavy? Is the soil chemistry acidic, alkaline or neutral?Information About Poisonous Plants
Many plants have fatal properties. Learn how to identify poisonous plants.The Age-Old, Luscious Tomato
The tomato plant is a fruit and all fruit shrubs and trees need special care when grown and there are plenty of potential threats as well including over watering. You’d need to master the skill of watering tomato plants in order to get a good crop.How Creating a Simple Wormery Can Provide a Better and Eco-Friendly Solution to Household Waste
As recycling and greener living has in recent times become a global issue, this article hopes to explain some of the many uses of a wormery. In their normal habitat, or more specifically your lawn, worms actually do a fantastic job of keeping the lawn in top condition. The holes they create keep the soil aerated allowing rain to penetrate the soil. In addition they do a marvellous job of clearing the lawn of leaves and other debris.April Gardening Tips and Snips
Pretty Patios Spring is finally here! Add instant colour and character to your patio by planting up pots and planters.Knowing When to Plant Roses in Certain Places
There are so many people who are planning to have a rose garden but they don’t even have any idea when to plant roses. There are factors you need to consider in planting roses and knowing the right time when to plant roses is one of those. Some experts say that the right time when to do rose planting is in early spring but some may probably disagree. So what really is the best time to plant roses? Well there really is no exact answer to this question. You should always consider every rose as a unique individual and there is no exact time to perfectly plant them. The first example to give is the sturdy rose. As its name suggests, you can easily plant the sturdiest roses almost any time of the year. But for other varieties, that might not be the case.Tomato – Physically a Fruit But a Vegetable at Heart
Is the tomato a fruit or a vegetable is a common question! It’s obviously a fruit; but, what are the methods needed to grow one and care for it? Let’s take a look at all these points in a nutshell.