Simple Ways to Take Care of the Flower Garden

Flower gardens are extremely wonderful to look at. More so if you are the one who is taking care of the flower garden – it will truly be one relaxing experience to see all your hard work in full bloom. So, for those who have tried in vain to get their flower garden in tip-top […]

Growing Garden Herbs As a Hobby

“Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow?” If you are an herbalist, “healthy” might be your answer. There are all kinds of hobbies a person can pursue; skydiving, goat roping, bungee jumping, and the list goes on. If you are more in mind of developing one that is safer, growing garden herbs might […]

Thai and African Blue Basil Love the Sun

All varieties of basil love warm weather and moisture and are perennials in the right climates. In northern or colder climates, basil is an annual due to the shorter growing season, but is truly a perennial. Thai and African Blue basil can be raised year around, even in colder climates by bringing the plants inside […]

Black Flowers For Your Garden – 10 Almost Black Flowers

Black rose and black tulip has always been the dream of gardeners. We haven’t reached that dream yet, but we are getting closer. Flowers we call black, are actually very, very dark red or purple flowers, so dark they appear black to us. If you are like me, and want some black flowers in your […]

How to Grow Grapes – Backyard Grape Growing Secrets Revealed

Contrary to popular speculation or belief, growing grapes in your backyard is not as difficult as one may presume. When someone mentions the idea of starting a grape garden, one may immediately assume that without acres of free land at their disposal, it will be almost impossible to be successful. This is absolutely NOT true! […]

Asian Vegetables You Can Grow in Your Organic Garden

As oriental dishes are becoming more popular in America, so are the vegetables used in those dishes. You can grow these unusual Asian vegetables in your own organic garden. create a garden Happy Frog Citrus and Avocado Fertilizer thyme plants Mizuna: Also know as Japanese Greens, Japanese Mustard, Spider Mustard and many more. Mizuna is […]

Growing Tomato Plants

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Tomatoes from the grocery store shelves taste like-NOTHING! Why? Most of the tomatoes purchased from grocery stores have been harvested days before they reach the grocery, treated to turn red, and bred to stay firm and not bruise on the shelves. Plant breeding for the last fifty years has concentrated on producing a tomato that […]

Planting A Fall Vegetable Garden

If you’re like most gardeners, you probably consider August to be the tail end of the growing season. The truth of the matter is that it’s a great time to start your fall garden. A fall garden can produce excellent vegetables and extend your crops long after your spring planted garden is finished. The vegetables […]