HOW TO GROW MINT Mint plants are hardy perennials that seem to have a will to take over the world. The plants spread fast and can be a nuisance if left unchecked. Be sure to…Share with your friends!
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1) Stress Relief The 21st century is a tough, demanding and unrelenting place, and much of people’s mental health problems are exacerbated by their inability to cope in such a stressful world on a daily basis….Share with your friends!
1. Sun Dry Banana Skins & Bury in Soil You can dry out chopped banana peels in an oven, or you can place the chopped banana peels in the sun under a strainer to help…Share with your friends!
Here are our five garden design ideas to get you started planning your dream courtyard. 1. Use Colours and Repetition to Add Depth When choosing colors, you want to pick ones that will add depth to…Share with your friends!
1. Used Tea Bags or Leaves As Roses love the Tannic acid that naturally occurs in Tea leaves. It’s a great idea to use used tea leaves or tea bags to fertilize your Roses. Tea…Share with your friends!
Let’s be honest, planting pots can get pretty expensive, especially if you want the planter to look a certain way instead of a typical plain look or want to purchase multiple planters. This is not…Share with your friends!
1. Choose an Ideal Location You can place your tomato pots in virtually any location. However, choose a place where the plants will receive a minimum six hours of sunlight. Also, don’t place your pots…Share with your friends!
Aside from adding beauty, sunflowers have a number of uses in the organic garden. Here are five uses for sunflowers and seeds that may surprise you: 1. SUNFLOWERS ATTRACT BUTTERFLIES AND BIRDS The showy flowers are…Share with your friends!
Jujube fruit has only become popular in recent years, and while it sounds like an exotic, tropical fruit, it’s actually been grown in Texas and other southwestern areas of the U.S. since the mid-1800s. Jujube…Share with your friends!
Lime trees are among the most cold-sensitive of all citrus trees, growing outdoors only in warm, mild climates. But, you don’t have to live south of zone 9 to grow lime trees indoors. If you’ve…Share with your friends!