Showing posts with label Spring. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Spring. Show all posts

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Cilantro and Coriander--Two herbs in one

Cilantro is a wonderful herb.  In its leafy form, it adds zip to your stir frys and other dishes.  The seed form is Coriander and it is used extensively in Mexican cooking.  It is quick and easy to grow and can be planted repeatedly throughout the season.  Read more

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Fertilizer--Natural or Synthetic--Which do You Choose?

Nutrients are essential to the health and well being of your plants.  Should you choose Organic or synthetic?  Read more.

Monday, January 6, 2014

How to water Containers and Hanging Baskets

Water is essential to keeping your containers and hanging baskets looking beautiful.  Read more

Save Money, Save your Plants--Use a Rain Barrel

A Rain Barrel is a gardeners second best friend.  Read more

Getting ready to Garden

If we approach gardening safely, it can be one of the best sources of exercise there is.  Read more

Attracting Birds to your Garden

Birds add an extra dimension to your garden.  To attract them, read more

Starting Seeds

It is very rewarding to grow your own plants from seeds.  Read more

Modern Victory Garden

Didn't Victory Gardens go out of favour at the end of World War II?  Not at all.  Read more

Know your Basil

There are so many varieties of Basil.  How do you know which one is for you?  Read more

Growing and Preserving Herbs

Herbs add that extra zip to our food and fresh herbs are even better.  You can easily grow you own.  Read more

Thursday, January 2, 2014

Soil Deficiency Symptoms

We gardeners often spend our time testing our soil and wondering what is wrong with my plant.  Quite often, if you look closely at your plant, it will tell you what your soil is lacking.  Read more

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Growing Beautiful Dahlias

Dahlias are one of the stars in a late summer garden.  To learn how to add this beauty to your garden, Read more

The Thrifty Gardener

If you were a thrifty gardener last fall and brought in some of your annuals, now is the time to get them ready for Spring  Read More...

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