Red Wiggler Cocoon Bin: Worm Bin Basics Episode 6

Red Wiggler Cocoon Bin: Worm Bin Basics Episode 6

Storage Ideas for Garden Sheds

A garden shed is such a wonderful idea that sometimes it can turn into a problem! This conflicting statement can be explained. Your shed starts off neat and tidy – a place to store your garden tools and then ends up as an overflow from your house and garage.

Aquaponics – Component Ratio

The component ratio is the ratio between the fish tank and the growing bed. The volume of either one will determine the other, for the most part the fish tank volume governs the maximize size of your grow bed. This ratio is very important in this method of gardening, plants need the effluent fish water, fish tank waste water, from the tank to thrive.

Indoor Worm Composting – How to Make Awesome Fertilizer All Winter

I love making compost. That’s why it’s depressing when winter rolls around and my compost piles are frozen solid. I’ll go over how to turn your kitchen scraps into fertilizer gold by keeping a worm bin this winter.

How to Grow Microgreens All Winter Long

Winter blues got you down? Try growing microgreens. All you need is a sunny windowsill.

Winter Gardening – Winter Activities to Cure the Gardening Blues

If you’re a gardener and the winter blues got you down, here are some things you can do to stay sane. Winter can be a hard time for us gardeners. Especially in the months after Christmas when the decorations and lights have been packed up and our gardens are covered in a thick layer of snow. But just because there’s nothing to do out in the garden doesn’t mean we can’t plan for this coming spring’s garden.

Displaying Orchids in Your Home

Simple tips for displaying orchids in your home. Have the best orchid display in town!

Maintaining a Healthy Rose Garden

If you have a rose garden then you have no doubt heard of the dangers of rose diseases and how important it is to deal with the problem immediately before it becomes worse. Black spots on the leaves of your roses is referred to by most as black spot disease. You will be able to observe black spots on your leaves by round black areas accompanied with split edges of the leaves.

Tips for Propagating Indoor Plants

When a plant gets too large or straggly, or when you simply want some more plants of the same kind, then it is time to take action. Propagation is really easy if tackled in spring or autumn.

Topsoil – What Is It?

Topsoil is the first four inches of crust underneath your grass by definition. What is so important about topsoil?

A Tip In Fertilizer Use For Your Rose Garden

Roses are amongst the plants that are strong growing. They really make a huge demand on the soil’s food reserves and require regular manuring program. This also should be in the form of a proper and balanced diet.

Backyard Habitats – Nest Boxes and Purple Martins

Birds can be choosy about their future homes. Some will inspect several houses before deciding on the one they want. So you might want to have several available in your yard. Sometimes you get lucky and have a pair of birds occupy a birdhouse within hours of the time you put it up. Sometimes it takes weeks, months or even years. If a birdhouse has not been used after a year, try moving it to a different location.

Using Manure As Fertilizer

Growing roses is not as easy as any regular flowering plants. Since roses are a genus of plant that requires proper nourishment, there are a couple of things to think about in planting roses in your backyard or garden. Many people use any kinds of fertilizers to help sustain the health of their plants.

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