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Herbal Tea For Plants: Information On Herb Based Fertilizers

Herbal Tea For Plants: Information On Herb Based Fertilizers

The rise of chemical use in the garden raises concerns for those of us disquieted by the effects of toxins in the air, water, and earth. It comes as no surprise that there are numerous DIY and natural garden remedies making their rounds in publications and the internet. Organic plant fertilizer methods have been around since cultivation first began and modern know how has increased the number of herb based fertilizers and natural plant feeding practices.

Poinsettia Care – How Do You Take Care Of Poinsettias

Poinsettia Care – How Do You Take Care Of Poinsettias

How do you take care of poinsettias (Euphorbia pulcherrima)? Carefully. These finicky short-day plants require specific growing needs in order to retain their Christmas blooms. However, with proper care, your holiday poinsettia should continue to put out blooms, or in the least remain attractive for weeks after.

Indoor Edible Gardening – Creative Ways To Grow Food Indoors

Indoor Edible Gardening – Creative Ways To Grow Food Indoors

By: Laura MillerOne of the drawbacks to growing produce indoors is the clutter created by the array of flowerpots and planters. What if you could find ways to grow food indoors and still keep the aesthetics of your home décor? You can do just that with these creative edible garden ideas which allow you to grow indoor fruit, vegetables, and herbs while keeping your home looking neat and tidy.

Garden Activities For Teens: How To Garden With Teenagers

Garden Activities For Teens: How To Garden With Teenagers

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistTimes are changing. Our decade’s previous rampant consumption and disregard for nature are coming to an end. Conscientious land usage and renewable sources of food and fuel have increased the interest in home gardening. Children are the vanguard of this atmosphere of change.

Fires: What to do in case of fire

Fires: What to do in case of fire

ALL THIS & 39; WHAT WE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT FIRE What to do in the event of a fire If a fire is sighted: If you spot a fire the first thing to do is to call the national telephone number 1515 of the STATE FOREST CORPS or other emergency numbers. then if it is a fire principle, try to extinguish it, only if you are sure of an escape route, keeping your back to the wind and beating the flames with a green branch until they suffocate them; do not stop in the places above the fire or in areas where the wind blows; do not cross the street invaded by smoke or flames; do not park along the streets.

Wildlife Habitat Trees: Growing Trees For Wildlife

Wildlife Habitat Trees: Growing Trees For Wildlife

A love of wildlife takes Americans into national parks and wild areas on weekends or vacations. Most gardeners welcome wildlife into their backyards and try to encourage birds and small animals to visit. You can landscape your yard to attract wildlife by planting trees and shrubs that provide food and shelter.

What Are Nectaroscordum Lilies – Learn How To Grow A Honey Lily Plant

What Are Nectaroscordum Lilies – Learn How To Grow A Honey Lily Plant

By: Mary Ellen EllisA few honey lily bulbs add a spectacular focus to a flowerbed. It growstall and produces a cluster of delicate, pretty flowers. Growing honey liliesis no more difficult than your other fall bulbs, so consider adding thisunusual plant to your list this year.What are Nectaroscordum Lilies?

Jasmine Plant Types: Common Varieties Of Jasmine Plants

Jasmine Plant Types: Common Varieties Of Jasmine Plants

By: Jackie CarrollThoughts of jasmine call to mind summer evenings scented with a heady, floral fragrance that seems to hang in the air. While some varieties of jasmine plants are among the most fragrant plants you can grow, not all are scented. Read on to find out about the different jasmine varieties and their characteristics.

How to build a rock garden in the garden, planting plants in special zones, junipers - 2

How to build a rock garden in the garden, planting plants in special zones, junipers - 2

They look spectacular in rock gardens in groups and singly: due to the short stature and beautiful color of the needles, the Virginia Kobold juniper with bluish needle-like needles on top and green on the bottom gained great popularity; Wiltonii horizontal juniper with small silvery-bluish needles. It is a dwarf form up to 10 cm tall, very slowly growing, densely branched.

Growing Sunflowers As Food

Growing Sunflowers As Food

By: Heather RhoadesSunflowers have a long tradition of being grown for food. Early Native Americans were among the first to grow sunflowers as a food source, and with good reason. Sunflowers are a source all sorts of healthy fats, fiber and vitamin E, not to mention that they just taste great.Growing Sunflowers as FoodIf you have decided to try growing sunflowers as food, there are a few things that you should keep in mind.

Potted Rosemary Herbs: Caring For Rosemary Grown In Containers

Potted Rosemary Herbs: Caring For Rosemary Grown In Containers

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterRosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a savory kitchen herb with a pungent flavor and attractive, needle-like leaves. Growing rosemary in pots is surprisingly simple and you can use the herb to add flavor and variety to a number of culinary dishes. Read on for tips about growing potted rosemary herbs.

Information About Burdock

Information About Burdock

Get Started Burdock Plant Care – How To Grow Burdock In The GardenBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistBurdock is an easy plant to grow either as an herbal medicine or as an interesting vegetable. As a part of your medicinal or edible garden, very little burdock plant care is necessary once established.

What Is Belstar Broccoli: How To Care For Belstar Broccoli Variety

What Is Belstar Broccoli: How To Care For Belstar Broccoli Variety

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistBroccoliis a classic vegetable that fits into many international cuisines and offersplenty of nutrition. If you want a variety with tight heads and prolificflowering, try growing Belstar broccoli. With just 66 days to maturity, you willbe enjoying your own broccoli crop in just a few months!

Repotting Jade Plants: Learn How To Repot A Jade Plant

Repotting Jade Plants: Learn How To Repot A Jade Plant

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenJade plants are among the most popular of succulent plants for both indoors and outside. There are many types of jade plants. If you have one that seems to be outgrowing its container, it might be time to consider jade repotting.When Should I Repot Jade Plants?

Brazil Nut Harvesting: How And When To Harvest Brazil Nuts

Brazil Nut Harvesting: How And When To Harvest Brazil Nuts

By: Liz BaesslerBrazil nuts are an interesting crop. Native to the Amazon rainforest, Brazil nut trees can grow to 150 feet (45 m.) tall and produce nuts for centuries. They’re almost impossible to cultivate, however, because their pollination requirements are so specific. Only certain native bees can get into the flowers and cross pollinate in order to produce the nuts, and these bees are virtually impossible to domesticate.

Urban Shade Gardens: Tips On Urban Gardening In Low Light

Urban Shade Gardens: Tips On Urban Gardening In Low Light

By: Liz BaesslerIf you garden in an urban area, space isn’t the only thing getting in your way. Limited windows and shadows cast by tall buildings can seriously cut down on the kind of light that is essential for so many things to grow. While you may not be able to grow everything you dream of, there are plenty of plants that will grow with only a couple of hours of light a day.

Information About Persimmon Trees

Information About Persimmon Trees

Get Started Persimmon Leaf Drop – Why Is Persimmon Tree Losing LeavesBy Teo SpenglerA popular tree for home orchards are persimmon trees. These delightful little trees suffer few serious diseases or pests and are relatively easy to care for. However, if you notice your trees losing leaves, there could be a few reasons behind the cause.

Autumn Succulent Wreath – How To Make A Succulent Wreath For Fall

Autumn Succulent Wreath – How To Make A Succulent Wreath For Fall

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenAs seasons change, we often get the urge to update our decorations. Autumn is one of those times, with interesting ornamentation that reflects the time of year. Perhaps you’ve considered some DIY projects to brighten your outdoors or the inside walls with a fall theme.

Grafting

Grafting "injection" of apricots - miracles in the Siberian garden

Read the previous part. ← These amazing clones of apricots Photo 10. Clone of Seraphim And here is the clone of Seraphim (see photo № 10). Moreover, I have two trees at once with such strange fruits (weather conditions) - a transfer from generation to generation. What a weighty brick in Her Majesty's newly rebuilt Vegetative Hybridization building.

Information About Peanuts

Information About Peanuts

Get Started Valencia Peanut Info: Learn How To Grow Valencia PeanutsBy Amy GrantIf you are only familiar with peanuts in the form of peanut butter or ballpark snack, you may be wondering what are Valencia peanuts? Click this article to find out how to grow Valencia peanuts and other info on Valencia peanut varieties.