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Orchid Care Instructions: What To Do If Your Orchid Is Damaged

Caring for orchids is both a blessing and a curse. Orchids are delicate. They require much care and attention – far more so than other common household plants. Those who find that orchid care is a stress-free activity are not caring for their plants properly.

Potato Greens Are Poisonous

It may not seem obvious, but the green leaves of potatoes that grow above the ground are poisonous. Even eating small quantities of what we call “potato greens” can make a person very sick.

Common Rose Diseases: Tips for Prevention and Care

This article provides some simple guidelines to help you grow healthy roses. An outline of common rose diseases is provided as well as some great tips for prevention and cure.

Greenhouse Gardening Techniques

Greenhouses and other glass protection Install an electricity supply in your greenhouse to give you light and power for watering systems and propagating units. Remove automatic window openers in the winter, as heavy frosts can damage the liquid reservoirs which operate them. Locate greenhouses where they will get plenty of sun in winter and spring, and where you can get to them without getting muddy feet.

Gardening And Your Health – 17 Ways To Avoid Injury And Illness

Gardening, believe it or not, can be potentially dangerous, even deadly! Learn some of the dangers and solutions to avoid bad backs, stings and diseases.

28 Ideas For Fruit Growing In Your Garden

To grow a peach tree from a stone, bury the stone outside for the winter to give it the cold period it needs, before bringing it in and potting it in the spring. Save space by growing fruit trees as cordons against a wall or fence, or as a garden divider on wires. Grow gooseberries as standards, so you can pick the fruit without damaging your hands on the thorns.

Growing Roses: Which Rose to Choose?

Shakespeare had his character Romeo famously say, “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” I don’t wish to contradict the Bard, but these flowers with their many varieties and myriad names, do NOT all smell equally sweet.

Aquaponics Indoors

If you’re itching to grow some of your own fruits and vegetables, but don’t have any space than indoor aquaponics is a perfect fit for you. The great thing about an indoor aquaponics system is that even if it’s very small you can still grow a lot of fruits and vegetables with it.

How To Cut Flowers For Display

Cut flowers in the early morning or late evening when it is cool and their stems are better able to take up water. Remove any leaves that would otherwise be under water in the vase. This helps to keep the water fresh.

Composting in Your Own Backyard – Do It Yourself

Composting drives the anti-garbage strategy moving across the country. Many businesses have started recycling as part of their business plan. Some have gone as far as removing the dumpsters from their property. There is ongoing development of packaging and eating implements that decompose themselves under certain conditions creating passive composting.

Climbing Plants – 30 Things You Should Know

These are the easiest to grow and most popular climbers. Try them yourself: actinidia, clematis, eccremocarpus, grape vine, honeysuckle, ivy, jasmin, nasturtium, passion flower, pyracantha, rose, solanum, tassle bush, wisteria. Try the Solanum family for climbers with decorative foliage, attractive berries and flowers in a range of colours from purple to white.

DIY Aquaponics

DIY Aquaponics has come quite a ways in the past few years. Part of the reason for this explosion has come from how simple a DIY aquaponics system is to setup and run. Many gardeners are simply tired of how much work needs to be done in order to get just a small amount of produce out of their gardens. The planting, watering, weeding, weeding again, watering etc. get them down. Now, you may have heard of hydroponics before. You know, the method that produces watery tasting vegetables. Aquaponics is similar to hydroponics, in the fact that plants grow without soil, but it differs in one very important way.

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