Natural Control Option for Grubs

Learn how to apply Nematodes to control Grubs For any lawn enthusiast the white grub is public enemy #1! The brown patches they leave on your lawn are an eyesore that are just ugly. Fight grubs naturally with beneficial nematodes, naturally occurring microscopic worms that prey on ...

Proper Way To Plant Tomatoes

Solar Powered Sunflower Lights Illuminate Your Garden

Spring is just around the corner and this could be the right time to start preparing your garden for some outdoor hangouts. Once you decided upon the design and arrangements, you can start thinking about lighting.

People Are Using Dollar Store Laundry Baskets As Strawberry Planters

Some people are so inventive, and thanks to the Internet they can quickly share their useful tips and tricks with everyone. The dollar store hides a lot of treasures, which at a first glance might seem useless and cheap, but with a bit of creativity can be turned into ingenious items. Someone ...

Bucket Garden Stand

This is a way to garden without digging up your yard… or if you have no yard. What I love about this idea is that it is great for tomatoes that normally need plenty of space for roots to grow! Don’t forget your drainage holes!

Thriving Garden in Sealed Bottle Hasn’t Been Watered in Over 40 Years

David Latimer is a curious man, so he decided to plant a seed in a bottle on Easter Sunday back in 1960 and follow its development. Little did he know that the seed would spread and fill the inside of a bottle with lush greenery and a micro garden. What is even more unbelievable about ...

Beautiful Garden of “Transparent” Flowers Bloom in a Japanese Temple

These translucent flowers are not an optical illusion, as they are the creation of the design studio LUCENT by Takahiro Matsuo. The floating flowers are part of a garden installed at the Rakuchu Kansei Art Exhibition in 2021. The installation was named Transparent Flowers and the ...

How to Grow Tulips in a Vase

Choose a glass vase and add enough clear marbles or pebbles to fill about a third of the vase. Add the tulip bulb (pointed end up) on top of the marbles. Cover the bulb with a few more marbles or pebbles to help give the growing root support. Add fresh water into the vase. The water ...

Wanted: A farmer. Successful organic farm is closing because no one wants to run it

Ten years of planning, 10 years of want ads and hope and worry, ended one day in October when Don Kretschmann realized it wasn’t going to work; no one was going to step in. This was going to be the last harvest at Kretschmann Family Organic Farm.
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