Greens you can grow anywhere

Microgreens are a mix of edible greens including herbs that our picked when they are young and tender. These greens are expensive, because they are difficult to keep fresh and ship. But if you grow your own at home, you can include micro greens to your meals, which will add …

Growing Herbs Indoors

Herbs can be grown indoors, especially during winter. Even with the snow drifting outside, you will be able to add some fresh flavors to your meals. For an indoor herb growing project, you would not be needing special lights. These plants live well just by a bright window. These tips …

Best Tropical Plants for the Home

Tropical plants add a touch of exoticism to every room of the house. Some plants do not even require warm temperatures to live happily indoors. The list below depicts some of the most common tropical plants that you might want to adopt. Amazon Elephant’s Ear These plants, even though they …

5 Tips For Your Organic Garden

Back in the days, having an organic garden did not constitute of a choice. It was the only possibility. Organic gardening is gaining more appeal as it is safe for the environment and for insects living in your garden. The tips below might help you in your organic garden project. …

Houseplant care in fall and winter

Houseplants normally thrive during springtime and mostly during summer months. The real challenge is about making them survive through colder days of fall and winter. Houseplants, especially those that have tropical origins, require humidity to stay healthy. Some of the tips below might help you with your houseplants. Mist Your …

Planting Tips for a Beautiful Garden in the Fall

Just because summer is over, that doesn’t mean we should put away the trowel and shovel among other gardening implements. In fact, it is the perfect season to make a few additions to your garden. For starters, you can begin with cool season annuals such as snapdragons, kale, stocks and …

4 Steps to a Drought-Resistant Landscape

Hot and dry summers have a way of wearing out your landscape whether big or small. Yet there are ways to work around if you’re willing to give it a bit of thought. For starters, you have to replace grass along with more drought-tolerant varieties. To do this, here are …

Gardening in the city

Living in the city has its merits. You are literally close to everything, and if you’re up for it, you can actually walk or bike everywhere you go. But if you have that urge to reconnect to nature, you might find that the city has its own hidden gems that …