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.
Vegetables You Can Grow in The Shade
Worried that you can't have a vegetable garden because your yard has too much shade? Here are 10 edibles that you can grow in the shade!:
A handy vegetable planting calendar and useful guide to growing vegetables for beginners, perfect for those new to vegetable gardening & allotment holders!
15 Herbs for Headaches -
If you're suffering from bad headaches and are looking a natural solution, you'll want to check out this post on 15 herbs for headaches. You may even be inspired to grow your own headache garden!
How to Grow Lavender | Lavender Planting & Growing Tips
Try growing lavender in your home garden. It makes a wonderful border, grows well in pots, and smells terrific for sachets, salts, and cooking.
6+ Foods To Grow Indoors Right Now
How about fresh greens, tomatoes, sprouts, peas, and herbs any time you want? Grow them year round indoors on your windowsill or under grow lights. This is local food at its finest.
How to Grow Your Own Lentil Sprouts
Well my lentil kick continues and this time it’s a little bit different. This time it comes in the form of lentil sprouts. These sprouts have a nice flavour to them – similar to fresh g…
Growing Fruit Trees From Seeds - Organic Gardening - MOTHER EARTH NEWS
You can save big bucks growing peaches, apricots and nectarines from seeds. Growing fruit trees from seeds is remarkably easy on you and your wallet!
How to Grow Turmeric
I'm not sure why turmeric isn't more popular, considering that growing your own, Thai food and DIY projects are all the rage. Curcuma longa is a tropical rhizome with an intriguing past that looks just as great in the garden as it tastes on the table. The whole plant is edible; the roots are boiled, dried and ground up to produce turmeric powder, the leaves make a wrap for steamed fish, and even the flowers can be eaten as an exotically beautiful vegetable, like lettuce with a kick. Oh, and…
Growing mushrooms in a laundry basket
Thought you might like to see a great way to grow mushrooms outdoors if you have a shady place that gets watered regularly... This technique also works
Infographic: From Pit to Plant, How to Grow an Avocado at Home
Next time you make guacamole, think twice before you toss that avocado pit. It’s a seed after all, which you can use to grow an entirely new...