Whether your potted plants live indoors year-round or you’ve brought them in for temporary shelter from freezing temperatures, they will require special attention throughout the cold season. We’ve got a few tips that will surely help.
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While a snowy winter can be good for your garden, cold weather, particularly frost, can damage your plants. Here’s how to care for your injured garden wards.
Winter does not have to mean a complete halt to your gardening activities. Even while the ground is covered in snow, you can start seeds indoors.
Longing for spring? Don’t fret, a little winter snow is good for your garden.
Investing a little time in winter garden preparations helps ensure your garden can provide a healthy home for your crops come spring.
Many of us live in modern living situations in apartments and smaller developments where space is at a premium. While there might be many options
People have foraged and cultivated flowers for food, drink, and medicine for centuries. You will find squash blossoms in Italian food, rose petals in Indian food, and chamomile or jasmine tea.
You probably have some hydrogen peroxide in your medicine cabinet for minor cuts, but you can use it to control pests and boost plant growth, as well.
The Japanese Zen garden, also called the Japanese rock garden, is a calming space designed to represent a landscape.
If you plant tomatoes, then you’ve probably seen a few sunken, black or leathery brown spots at the blossom end of some of your fruits. That’s blossom-end rot.
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