There are few things more annoying than seeing your beautiful garden destroyed by an invasion of critters, whether they are bugs, rabbits, moles or some other type of creature. There are ways you can keep these critters out of your garden so it can flourish for you.
When it comes to bugs, you should look for a pesticide that does not harm your plants. If you are having problems with a specific type of bug, then find a pesticide that targets that particular bug. There are usually available in garden shops and home improvement Click here to read more.. »
Posted on June 23rd 2013 in Uncategorized
Weeds are the natural enemies of every home vegetable gardener, but we have plenty of advice on how to keep your growing space free of invasive, unattractive weeds. Keep reading to learn how to keep your garden in great shape for growing your fresh, tasty vegetables.
Mulch is a common way to keep a weed problem under control in a garden. Simply spread the mulch between the plants, which cuts off the access to the sun in areas without plants. Another efficient method of keeping the sunlight away from the weed-producing ground is Click here to read more.. »
Posted on June 20th 2013 in Uncategorized
Starting a home vegetable garden does not require planters to buy a lot of expensive tools; in fact, home veggie growers can choose some simple equipment that may already be in the garage for their gardens. Keep reading to learn more about what you can use to get your garden in the ground.
A hoe, spade, or shovel will be necessary for getting the garden space ready for planting. Simply break the ground up, revealing the dirt below the surface; some gardeners choose to use soil products or fertilizers after opening the ground. This step is not strictly necessary, but Click here to read more.. »
Posted on June 17th 2013 in Uncategorized
Purchase Tomato Seedlings
New home gardeners will want to begin by planting easy to grow vegetables. The best way for an inexperienced gardener to begin is with seedlings. Seedlings are tiny plants available in the gardening sections of brick-and-mortar or online stores. These are available in the early spring for individuals to purchase for transplanting to home gardens. The most common seedlings available for transplanting are also the easiest to grow at home. Tomato seedlings are available in several varieties that are simple to plant Click here to read more.. »
Posted on June 15th 2013 in Uncategorized
If you don’t have room to grow a garden, consider container gardening. You can move your plants in and out of the sun during the day. You can grow almost any vegetable or fruit in a container if your climate is right. Research container growing at your local library or bookstore. You will learn how to care for your vegetables and fruits. You can learn which varieties are right for your climate by logging onto your state’s agriculture department. Choose plant varieties only recommended for your area. Click here to read more.. »
Posted on June 13th 2013 in Uncategorized