China denies reports it test-fired a hypersonic missile l WNT




Discover the Benefits and Factors to Consider When Buying a Lean to Greenhouse Kit

Learn about the benefits and factors that you should consider before you buy a lean to greenhouse. Consider these factors and you will be able to overcome some of the hurdles of greenhouse growing.

The Benefits Of A Hydroponic ‘Grow Room’

Any hydroponics grow room, regardless of its design, fulfills a few basic requirements. It gives the grower the option to vary the different factors required for a successful crop. Tomatoes for example, require bright sunshine to grow to an optimum size. In saying that there are different benefits for the different types of plants to be grown. Find out more about grow rooms.

Benefits of Portable Greenhouses

Greenhouses are becoming more and more popular nowadays, especially with those who are addicted to planting and gardening. For others, keeping them is a hobby, a pleasure that allows them to relieve stress and still others use greenhouses as an efficient way to earn income. Portable greenhouses are a quick and easy way to get started in greenhouse gardening.

Preparing for Planting Time

The snow is finally clearing out in the northern states of the US. Many of you down south have the distinct advantage of not having to deal with the snow. Now that the snow is leaving the northern states is time to prepare the garden for planting.

Starting Your Own Organic Garden

Organic gardening has become very popular as we look for alternatives to using harsh and dangerous chemicals. Get started on planning and preparing for your organic garden. Not sure where to start? This article helps you to get organised to plant better tasting, organic and healthy fruit and vegetables and plants in your garden.

How Do I Prepare My Garden Soil for Home Gardening?

The number one factor in determining how you prepare the soil for your home vegetable garden planting is determined mostly by the size of your garden. A small garden is apt to be a fork-and-shovel garden. It will be worked by hand–spaded, to be exact. You dig into the earth with a shovel or fork, lift out a chunk of sod, and turn it bottom-side-up, so that the grass goes down in the bottom of the hole and the dirt is on top.

Plant Stacking – Work With Nature

Plants growing naturally in nature grow in what is known as a “stacked” layout. It is a method that can be incorporated into your gardening practices to allow for a greater utilization of space, and a greater productivity. Permaculture works in dimension, unlike traditional methods of gardening do.

Coriander – The New Herb for Any Garden

For centuries, Coriander has been an essential part of eastern cuisine. Whether in China, Asia or India, Coriander features prominently as an essential ingredient in any recipe. As our European tastes have broadened over the years, it is becoming more and more common to grow your own Coriander, as a part of the English herb garden.

Growing a Virginia Creeper

Virginia creeper and Boston ivy are wonderful covering plants for walls and places that need some interest. They are plants that need a firm hand in controlling them. Creeper or climber which ever you choose to call this ivy type plant, it both creeps and climbs brilliantly. The climbers do fill a need in the small or nearly non-existent garden because of their ability too grow vertically.

Marjoram – The New Herb For Your Garden

Marjoram is a Mediterranean plant that is becoming increasingly popular the world over, due to our growing delight in cultural cuisine. It was known as the symbol of happiness to the Greeks and Romans and is grown for its aromatic leaves as well as for essential oil. It is also a lovely plant to attract beneficial insects, including bees and butterflies.

Growing Herbs For Your Own Herb Garden

Whether you want a few pots of herbs on your windowsill or a complete herb border in your garden, growing herbs is an easy way to guarantee fresh herbs for using cooking. Growing your own herbs is also an excellent way of attracting many beneficial insects into your garden – including butterflies, moths and bees. Home grown herbs taste so much better than supermarket bought ones and it will also save you a lot of money, so is definitely worth a try!

You May Also Like