Bring Herbs Indoors for Fall and Winter

As the calendar turns to fall, it’s not time to give up on your garden yet. There are plenty of days ahead for growing outdoors. But it is a time to have a plan for prized plants when the weather really turns cold. Some plants can be brought indoors in fall before the cold to […]

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How to Keep Insects Away From Your Garden – Organic Garden Pest Control

We aren’t the only creatures in the garden interested in our vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Insects are coming into their own in summer looking for something to eat, lay eggs on and basically devour. There’s nothing worse than pampering your roses, basil or broccoli, only to have them munched on by insects. Not all insects […]

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How To Plant A Vegetable Succession Garden

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Come mid-summer many vegetable gardeners are ready to store away their seeds and hang up their trowels for the season. In actuality, August is a great month to plant many vegetables a second time around– either in the ground or in a container. Take advantage of the cooler weather and grow fresh, matured veggies in […]

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What to Do In The Garden This June

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June is prime time for gardening – the sun’s out, the temperature is warm (for the most part!) and growing season for plants is in full swing. So if you’re feeling green-fingered, check out our list of the essential jobs to do in the garden in June! WHAT TO DO IN THE GARDEN THIS MONTH […]

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WHAT TO DO IN THE GARDEN IN MAY

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Summer’s just around the corner and the days are getting longer and warmer, which is great news for gardeners. Gardening season gets into full swing in May, so read on to find out which gardening jobs should be top of your priority list this month! ESSENTIAL MAY GARDENING JOBS MOW THE LAWN As the weather […]

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How to Grow Tomatoes in Containers

Tomatoes are the most popular vegetable to grow, but not everyone feels like they have the room and space to plant them. For those space challenged gardeners or gardeners with physical limitations, growing tomatoes in a container is the solution. With new, dwarf varieties, better container technology, and some expert guidance, growing tomatoes on a […]

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How To Support Garden Plants

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Properly supporting your plants is one of the keys to a healthy, thriving garden. Without the correct support, strong winds and rapid growth can cause them to topple over and the last thing you want is a broken stem. Read on to find out how to support trees and plants in your garden, including what […]

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Easy DIY Vertical Herb Garden

Easy DIY Vertical Herb Garden

There’s nothing like having fresh herbs to add to spring and summer meals. But every so often I’m looking for fresh oregano, thyme or basil to add to a dish, and have to walk out to the garden to harvest it. Why not bring the herbs closer to the kitchen? How to start a vertical […]

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April Gardening Jobs

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April is here and spring has finally sprung! With the longer days and better weather, April is the perfect time to get back out into the garden. This month is all about planting and sowing so read on for the main gardening jobs for April and to find out what to do in the garden this […]

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How to Take Care of Houseplants

Houseplants are hot, especially among millennial gardeners. Having houseplants boosts your mood, cleans the indoor air and increases your sense of well being. But while the idea of having plants around your home or apartment is appealing, many people struggle caring for them. Depending on your houseplant, they may need little care or lots of […]

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MARCH GARDENING JOBS

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It’s March and with spring almost in sight, its time get back out into the garden! With the worst winter weather out of the way, there are loads of things to do in March – from cleaning and re-potting to planting and pruning. Read on for our top March gardening tips and to find out […]

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Simple Seed Starting

Indoor seed starting is not as popular as buying transplants at the garden center, but there are advantages to starting your own seeds indoors. First of all, it can save you lots of money. A packet of tomato seeds costs less than $5 and will yield dozens of plants, depending on the variety. A pack […]

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FEBRUARY GARDENING JOBS

February is the perfect time to start getting your garden ready for spring. Yes, it’s still cold and wintery outside but subtle signs of spring is starting to show. If you’re wondering what to do in the garden this month, read on for ten essential gardening jobs for February. WHAT TO DO IN THE GARDEN […]

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5 Best Houseplants And How to Care for Them

Houseplants are hot again! Led by millennials, more people are buying and growing houseplants to create a green oasis in their homes. And why not? Having houseplants at home, and at work, purifies the air, reduces blood pressure, raises attentiveness and well-being, reduces anxiety and increases productivity. Houseplants are a Godsend, especially for people in […]

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JANUARY GARDENING JOBS

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It’s a new year with lots of gardening to do! And while the weather’s still cold and there’s not much planting to do yet, there are still plenty of jobs to do in the garden. Use this month to get your garden and your tools ready for spring, in preparation for when the weather gets […]

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