Posted by Best Gardening Team on 5/15/2018
There is nothing more wonderful than filling your table with your own
fresh vegetables. They taste great, plus you get to brag that the true
secret to your fried green tomatoes is the labor of love that went into
growing the plants yourself. Let’s face it, traditional gardening is
time consuming, back breaking work. There is so much work that goes into
prepping your garden and performing regular maintenance. There is a
better option, container gardening. Container gardening is low
maintenance and will save you time, space and money. It puts you in
control of the variables and allows you to extend the life and quality
of your vegetables and herbs.
Posted by Best Gardening Team on 5/1/2018
One of the biggest decisions you will make when planning your garden is
whether to start your garden from seed or from plants bought at the
nursery. There is much debate in the gardening community on which way is
the right way. With both options you will find pros and cons, so to
assist you in making your decision we have assemble this easy guide.
Posted by Best Gardening Team on 4/11/2018
Recently bees were added to the endangered species list. For many of us
who garden this is a scary thought. Half of the battle of a fruitful
garden is pollination. Without our little pollinators our garden labors
will be in vain. So what can we do about it? This is a helpful guide for
making your home garden more bee friendly.
Posted by Best Gardening Team on 2/26/2018
February is a month of roses. According to the Society of
American Florist, 198 million roses were produced this Valentine's day and
nearly 110 million were sold. These are staggering numbers when you consider
that the average rose sells for $39 in the US. As gardeners it seems sad to
waste such a valuable investment. Here is a complete guide to cloning your
Valentine's Day Bouquet.
Posted by Best Gardening Team on 2/15/2018
Ever since we were kids our parents have been telling us to try new
things. In some instances, it can be hard to break out of our daily
routines and rituals, especially with trying new foods, with one
exception, Romanesco. It might seem crazy to get this excited about a
vegetable but let’s face it; this Space Broccoli is one of the most
impressive looking things on the planet.