18 Most Important Rules of Companion Plants and Vegetables in The Garden [Infographic]
When you know what to plant next to this or that plant, there's no magic or luck involved. In fact: Some crops should never be planted next to each other and you should take it into consideration when planting. Also, the same vegetables shouldn't be grown on the same vegetable patch for a lot of years. The location of the plants chould be changed according to the rules.
7 Things To Put On Tomato Planting Hole
Follow these gardening tips on how to get the best tomatoes in the block by adding these 7 things before you put tomato plants into the planting hole.
DIY Deep Pot PVC Irrigation
I have said this before, but I will say it again today. I love gardening but my least favorite tasks are weeding and watering the plants. That is why I am
Organic Gardening Can Be Easier Than You Think - Vegetable Gardening
There is a push out there for the entire planet to go green in order to save our world and our species. And while we may not ever succeed in getting the gas-guzzlers off ...
Pros and Cons of Small Batch Canning
Small batch canning is an easy introduction to the world of jam, pickles and salsa. Learn the Pros and Cons to see if it's right for you
100 Things You Can (and Should) Compost
Adding compost to your soil is considered essential for sustainable food production. Slim down your trash with this list of 100 things you can compost.
How to Propagate Roses Using Potatoes
How to Propagate Roses Using Potatoes. Potatoes are not only delicious, but they are also very useful. Potatoes provide just the right amount of nutrients and moisture to rose cuttings, allowing them to develop healthy roots. If you have a particular rose that you love and want a second or third for your landscape or ...
Growing Potatoes in a Laundry Basket
I bought the laundry baskets at a local dollar store (I have 2 baskets). I filled the baskets with about 2" of soil & compost, then put a seed potato into each basket (each potato was cut...
Double-Decker Drum Composter
Double-Decker Drum Composter: Composting is easy and fun. Kitchen scraps, leaves and lawn clippings are allowed to decompose naturally and they become a healthy, nutrient-rich and beneficial soil for the garden.In this instructable, I will show how I made a spinning double dr...
Zone Eight Gardening: Some Tips and List of Plants You Can Grow
Here we’ll discuss a few tips for zone eight gardening, and take an imaginary tour around your soon-to-be garden to see what you could grow in this zone.