35 Front Door Flower Pots For A Good First Impression
A front door can be inviting or uninviting. You decide! We are just giving you a few tips using #garden pots, #planters & #containers. #frontdoorflower #flower #potflower
How to Build a Raspberry Trellis | eHow.com
Picking raspberries and growing raspberries is so much more enjoyable when you have a raspberry trellis installed in your berry patch. The berries are easier to reach and mulching the beds in the fall is a breeze. Building a traditional raspberry trellis is a great project for the beginning gardener and can be completed for less than $50!
How To Debug Plants Before Bringing Them Indoors
Debugging and cleaning potted plants before bringing them back inside is crucial. Follow these easy steps to bring outdoor plants inside without bugs.
Why You Should Place Matches In Your Flower Pots
Indoor plants not only leave the environment more comfortable, they also improve air quality and increase the amount of oxygen in the room. Unfortunately, plants don’t always do as well as we would like, even if you try really hard to take care of them. Even when you water them regularly, they still look sad […]
How To Grow Ranunculus In Your Garden This Spring - Pinecone Cottage Retreat
This spring try growing ranunculus in your garden. These lovely, lacy flowers are easy to grow in pots or in your cutting garden. They are a perfect choice for your spring-time bouquets. #springflowers #garden #ranunculus
Grow a Cut Flower Garden for Homegrown Bouquets
Tips on how to grow a cut flower garden including how to layout your garden, amending soil, and flowers to choose for scented bouquets
How to Grow Sweet Peas - Floret Flowers
No cutting garden is complete without at least one row of fragrant, nostalgic sweet peas. Garden, gardening, flower, cut flower garden, cutting garden, seasonal flowers, blooms, home gardening, flower farm, small farm, farmer-florist, floral design, seasonal, local, seed, farming, microfarm #sweetpeas #flowers #growfloret #flowers #gardening #garden #farming
Using Banana Peels in the Garden for Fertilizer and Pests - Organic Gardening
Bananas are mineral rich and recycling the peels back into your garden saves money and returns these nutrients to the soil where they can benefit other plants. Bananas are rich in minerals including: Potassium. This mineral helps promote general plant vigour; build up resistance to pest and disease; is necessary to help fruit develop; is involved in regulating around 50 …