• Summer Gardening: Do It Yourself Water-Conserving Tips Warmer days are just around the corner. And for sure, as much as possible, we want ourselves to be refreshed as possible. Same goes with our greeneries. We want them hydrated so they can stand the heat of the sun. Thus, watering them most of the time is the ultimate solution. Along with that, comes […]
  • 6 Flowers to Bloom In Your Garden During Summer Warmer days are surely coming and it is definitely fun to go outside and have some sun. But what makes staying outdoors more enjoyable? Seeing flowers in your garden! Here are 6 lovely blooms to add in your garden that can surely stand the heat of the sun: Source: Flickr bDom – artiste – www.bdom.info 1. […]
  • Ultimate Tips for Summer Gardening Crops like tomatoes, zucchinis, green beans, eggplants, cucumbers, and sweet potatoes are the ones which can thrive well during summer. For warmer months, here are tips to follow to ensure keeping your harvests at their peak. Ultimate Tips for Summer Gardening: Source: Garden Guides 1. Fertilize monthly.  Using side dressing of compost, make sure to […]
  • Companion Planting 101: 4 Great Plant Combinations Like any other living organism, sometimes plants also need another one to literally grow. There are some plant duos who can thrive and survive once they have each other. This is what they call companion planting. This works in different ways, though – like preventing pest problems or providing shade for another. Here are the best […]
  • Tips on How You Can Use Citrus Peels For Your Garden Have you ever tried using those citrus peels for your home-cooked recipes? The zest definitely adds flavor and aroma to your well-loved meals. Also, during these warm months, we enjoy the taste of those citrusy fruits especially in lemonades and orange juice. But what happens after we squeeze them up? Before throwing them, think again. […]
  • 7 Insects That Are Beneficial To Your Garden We mostly stereotype that insects are synonymous to pests. But did you know that some are actually helpful in your garden, and can even lure away the real pests? Well, here are 7  insects you should consider having in your yard: Source: Flickr digital cat 1. Bumble Bees Ever watched “Bee Movie”? Well, they are the […]
  • Feed and Protect Your Garden with these Do It Yourself Recipes You do not need expensive bug sprays, commercial plant foods or even fertilizers to feed and protect your garden. That is if you could make it on our own. Not only does it mean that you could save more bucks, but you could also be sure that what you are giving your green friends are safe and not harmful for […]
  • DIY: Awesome Living Garden Structures You Can Easily Make What are living garden structures? Well, it’s an artistic approach that involves plants as the main piece. The term “living” is a vital word since plants tend to grow, thus the structure would be somewhat evolving. Here are our top 6 picks of the most beautiful living garden structures that you can actually create on your […]
  • 7 Of The Best Fertilizers For Your Garden There are million kinds of fertilizers that are being sold in the market and all of these fertilizers offer different ways to improve the quality of the soil for the best crop growth in the garden. But even with all the great promises that these fertilizers offer, nothing beats the good and natural way of […]
  • Tips For The Best Garden Soils For Your Planters and Raised Garden Beds Success in gardening can never be possible without building and improving the soil in the garden. A great garden soil will lead to the best garden soils for great gardening. A great and improved soil will also reward the gardener the best crops that can be harvested and a trouble free gardening that does not […]
  • No More Buying: Guide to Growing Asparagus in Raised Beds! Don’t have enough money to buy those expensive but tasty asparagus in the supermarkets? Well, why not plant them yourself. Asparagus are best grown in raised beds so it is advisable that before you start planting your asparagus plants, you must first prepare your garden beds. Asparagus beds should at least be a foot tall […]
  • Green Space: Square Foot Gardening 101 You do not need to have a labor-intensive garden. Besides, if you’re late in getting your backyard ready for gardening, this is the easiest and simplest solution: square foot gardening. How to do it? Here is a step-by-step tutorial on how to do this: 4 Steps on how to do Square Foot Gardening: You Will […]
  • 13 Do It Yourself Gorgeous Garden Planters The garden is the primary gem to look at during this lovely season, so make sure to spice it up! Here are 13 awesome and creative planters for your plants, which you can make DIY style. 1. Old Tires Make use of your wheels by painting them and turning them into planters! 2. Hollow Logs You […]
  • 5 Great Tips in Using Garlic For Your Organic Garden Did you know that in other parts of the globe, garlic is considered to have special magical powers? In the Philippines for example, some of the natives and old folks in other parts of the country believes that it can drive away evil spirits as well as other evil otherworldly entities. So,it is not only […]
  • 7 Vegetables That Thrive Well in Containers and Pots If you want to go organic and grow your own veggies in your garden, but you do not have a large space to do it, do not fret. Container gardening is the solution. But not all vegetables would grow well if they are limited to live in a little area. Again, no worries! There are […]
  • DIY: 4 Budget Friendly and Easy Crops to Can At Home! Who wants to have their crops be enjoyed all year long? Yes, we all do! So why don’t we all start to stock up and can them up before it’s too late? Here are our top 4 picks of crops, both veggies and fruits that are not only great to preserve, but also easy to […]