Nowadays, people are claiming their green thumbs. They are becoming plant parents, adopting their own plants and building gardens in their homes. However, not every home has a space to have an outdoor garden. The limited space can hinder you from growing your own plants or herbs but good thing this can’t completely stop you from having plants in your home. You can keep your plants indoors. It would be challenging for sure with the lack of sunlight that plants need but you can use LED lights to help them thrive. Make sure you use the right color, intensity, and duration when using LED lights to take care of your plants. Choose The Right Color Natural sunlight contains all the colors of the rainbow that plants love.… Read Full Post
Where would a gardener be without her tools? Spending a lot more time in the dirt, that’s for sure. However, rare is the gardener that actually shows those tools the care and attention they deserve. This leads to breakages, repairs, and expensive replacements. Here, we’ll show you how you should be taking much better care of the friends helping you in the garden. Photo Credit – Pixabay License Clean them every time How often do you simply toss your tools into a box or into the shed after you’re done using them? If there’s still dirt, clippings, or grime on them, then it’s going to wear away at them, dulling the blades and increasing the chances of rust. If you want to keep your yard in mint condition for longer, all you have to do is keep some rags and steel wool around to wipe them clean with ease.… Read Full Post
January is almost over and now is the perfect time to start looking forward to the spring and the new life we will experience this year. Our garden is dormant from November to February, but once the frost goes away and warmer weather starts to blow in, life will grow and bloom and provide us with the most stunning display. ‘Peppermint’ But what can we do now to get our garden ready for the spring? To allow the garden to bloom and thrive in spring we will want to prepare now: and today we have some helpful tips for you. Cut or prune trees The first thing you will want to do during winter is cut down or prune your trees to make them tidier and less wild.… Read Full Post
Are you a budding gardener? Maybe you loved helping out in the garden when you were young and you’d love to reignite your passions for all things home grown? Or maybe you’re just looking to live life a little greener in the new year, but you’re not sure how to go about it with your lifestyle? Well, make use of your home to grow an indoor garden! After all, if you’ve only got a small space to use, such as an apartment, turning your hand to building an indoor garden is a good way to achieve your greenthumb dreams. Indoor gardening gives you a chance to hone your skills, and create a green space in your home that you’ll love spending time in. Pexels Image – CC0 Licence Indoor Gardens Can Be Incredibly Cute Building an indoor garden doesn’t mean you have to create a huge space that’s filled with dirt and bugs and is ultimately somewhere you’re never going to want to go – not at all!… Read Full...
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