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How To Grow A Moss Garden

Often found on the forest floor or sprawling over rocks, moss is a low-growing plant that pleases the eye and …

Why Growing With Organics Isn’t Always Best In The Garden

Novice growers typically overestimate the complexity of hydroponics. They also invariably underestimate the complexity of organics. They misconstrue hydroponics as …

5 Houseplants That Help Ease Depression And Anxiety

While 2020 has been an incredibly stressful year for most of us, it isn’t the first time any of us …

Slow Down And Relax With A Zen Garden

Let’s face it; 2020 has been a pretty stressful year thus far. From politics to pandemics, the start of the …

How To Close Your Garden For The Winter

While autumn is a beautiful and colourful time of year, it’s also a warning that winter is just around the …

No-Cost Solutions To Growing More In Your Garden

Are you looking for bigger, better results in the garden at no extra cost and without the help of man-made …

How To Properly Store Your Saved Seeds

In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, you may have tried to purchase seeds for your garden and found them …

Garden Goals: Listening To Nature And Striking Balance

Are you looking for an edge in your garden this year? Then strive for balance, something achieved through keen observation …

What Is Soilless Potting Mix And How To Use It

The term “soilless mix” is thrown around a lot in the gardening world, assuming that we all know what it …

Using Microbial Products For A Thriving Garden

In recent years, we have seen an enormous surge in the amount of microbial-based products available to growers. These, undoubtedly, …

5 Garden Myths Busted

Human beings love myths, words of wisdom that we believe, but no one knows if they’re true. There are so …

Orchid Care: Top 5 Ways To Keep Them Happy

With over 880 different types and over 22,000 species, orchids are among the most diverse flowering plant families. However, there …

A 101 Guide To Repotting Houseplants

Houseplants require occasional repotting to keep them healthy. Here’s a quick crash course on how to do it efficiently so …

5 Reasons Why Your Flowers Might Not Be Blooming

So, you’ve done some planting. They are all getting sun, and you water them regularly. You even picked up a …

Drink Up: Making Nutrient-Rich Compost Tea For The Garden

Enjoying some tea in the garden sounds like a zen way to spend a morning or afternoon; why not offer …

To Prune Or Not To Prune? A Raging Debate In The Garden

As with most topics in the horticultural world, if you ask the internet or a selection of growers for advice on pruning flowering plants, you’ll get different opinions. Even plant scientists will find unexpected results in this area, although, not necessarily surprising.

Spread Some Cheer By Growing These Mood-Boosting Plants

In a recent study, researchers determined that the gift of flowers made women happier than other gifts of equal cost. …

Build Your Own Rainwater Collecting System

When it comes to gardening, you’ve probably thought about the garden, the soil, and the type of plants you want …

How Mushrooms And The Mycelium Network Are Healing The World

Plants have been around for a long time; 700 million years to be exact. But fungi have been on Earth longer, making the first appearance on land 1,300 million years ago. Interestingly enough, the largest living organism in the world today is a honey fungus that measures 2.4 miles (3.8 km) in the Blue Mountains of Oregon. 

Giving Your Plants An Edge With Mycorrhizae

Home growing and gardening is one industry that is booming during “lockdown” as people look to fill their time, relax, …

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