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Growing Watermelon: Four Secrets to Growing a Delicious Summer Treat

Growing watermelon can be tricky, but it’s such a delicious summer-time treat that it’s worth a little extra effort. In this article I’ll share some of the secrets I’ve learned to improve your likelihood of growing a bumper crop.

How To Grow Plumeria Plants From Plumeria Seeds

Plumeria plants are easily started from seeds. It is a fun and inexpensive way to increase one’s collection of plumerias. What do you have to look for when starting plumeria plants from seeds?

Different Gardening Accessories for Your Garden

Flower box is one of the most sought after decorations. And since apartments and condo units are not visible in the area, people tend to modify their gardening methods by letting flowerbox idea to take over. And almost everyone has the same proven that container gardening is as effective as conventional gardening.

Hydroponics and Aeroponics – Revolutions in Plant Cultivation

This article talks about two major methods of soil-less plant cultivation, hydroponics and aeroponics. It begins by describing each method, and then goes on to talk about the differences in their usage.

Organic Tomatoes And Soil

Tomatoes will grow in just about any terrain but to achieve a bumper crop, it is best to provide them with good soil. They should be planted in well-drained fertile loam and have a pH reading ranging from 5.8 to 7.0.

Tomatoes Love Sunlight and Heat

Every vegetable needs at least a few hours of sunshine. Tomatoes on the other hand need not just a few hours but many more hours of heat and light to grow and flourish.

Growing Blueberries Organically – Soil Needs, Container Planting and Plant Selection

Growing Blueberries Organically, Soil Needs, Container planting and plant selection. Growing blueberries can be profitable and enjoyable. Blueberry plants need acidic soil. A pH of 4.6 to 5.1 is ideal for most blueberry varieties.

Gardening Secrets of the Pros

Sometimes it’s hard to decide what plants you want to grow in your garden. Even seasoned gardeners have a hard time choosing what vegetables or flowers are best to grow that would give them best result. The more for you as a novice gardener would be facing in the blank wall what’s best for your garden. To be more precise in your gardening endeavor, get the secret tips from the expert gardeners.

Virginia Sweet Spire

Virginia sweet spire ‘Henry Garnet’ is your “go to” plant if you want a really awesome deciduous shrub that is cold and heat hardy, pest free, grows 3-5 feet tall, and is fragrant. I fell in love with this beautiful shrub, with it’s early-summer white flowers, when we first planted it several years ago.

Grow Bittersweet for Autumn Decorating

Although fall has an abundance of natural materials for seasonal decorating; a quick look around your yard should find any number of dried plant materials, fresh or dried, to use for autumn decorating. But bittersweet vines, with their orange and scarlet berries, are a real knockout in fall seasonal displays.

Organic Vegetable Gardening – The Basic Facts

You don’t have to be an expert gardener to plant vegetables. If you want to go organic you should know some organic gardening basics. Number one should be knowing what organic gardening is and is not.

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