When you're planning your spring garden, include the herbs that you most commonly toss into your cart at the grocery store. Enjoy the satisfaction of using the fresh, organic and readily available flavours produced right in your home.
Something been nagging your hostas? With a wide range of culprits, from insects to fungus and woodland creatures, you have your work cut out for you. But with these tips, you and your hostas have a fighting chance.
Looking for an aromatic plant to grow in your garden? Here are some useful facts about the cultivation of myrtle.
Potted herbs are a delight for any cook. You can grow them on your patio of your house or balcony of your condo. They smell great and enhance any dish.
If you have a small space, a container garden might be the best option for you to grow your own herbs and vegetables. Here are five tips for planning your potted garden.
Before uprooting a diseased plant or resorting to an insecticide or fungicide, it's important to correctly identify the problem to choose an appropriate solution.
Flowers, leaves, seeds, bark and roots of medicinal and aromatic plants can be harvested from your garden or in nature. Here are some tips on making the most of your harvest.
Sometimes referred to as black gold, compost gradually enriches the soil with nutrients and balances its moisture levels. Here's how you can make your own.
The marigold has large, bright yellow or orange flowers that resemble daisies. Here are some interesting facts on this somewhat overlooked flower and some tips on how to grow it in your own garden.
A traditional remedy against coughs since ancient Egypt, white horehound contains is a plant that deserves your attention.
The beauty of begonias lies in their versatility. They can be found in shrub beds or by themselves in containers. Here are ways to get the most from these pretty annuals.
The black elder is a small and highly resistant tree with a branched trunk, fragile branches and compound leaves that are dark green and foul-smelling. Here is a more detailed portrait of this intriguing plant and how to grow it.
Poppies are hardy perennial or annual plants that are easy to grow and perfect for filling gaps in borders or in fallow flower beds. Here's everything you need to know about this fascinating plant.
Container gardening is very enjoyable and very convenient. However, to get the best results, there are certain concepts to consider before planning the design of your container garden. Here are three of them.
The word "germander" is a distortion of chamaedrys, whose Greek roots arechamai "soil" and drus "oak tree" because its leaves resemble the leaves of an oak tree. Discover this fascinating plant in brief.
Until the 16th century, before the hop became the key ingredient in brewing, ground ivy was an ingredient in beer. It was also used to make agil herbal tea, which gets its name from the Old French Guille "to ferment", also in reference to b
Personalized pots are both a pretty and practical way to show the name of your plants using a stencil and chalkboard paint or felt. The following steps will give you some suggestions for making them according to your taste, from felt or terracotta po
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