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Growing on the Edge: Windowsill Gardening Growing on the Edge: Windowsill Gardening Growing on the Edge: Windowsill Gardening Growing on the Edge: Windowsill Gardening


Other than bringing a baby into this world, or adopting a puppy or kitten, there’s no better way to bring new life into your home than by...

Passive CO2 is So Cool Passive CO2 is So Cool Passive CO2 is So Cool Passive CO2 is So Cool


There are many ways to supplement CO2 in your indoor garden. Passive CO2 products in particular can help you balance your budget, and help...

The Art of Cleaning: A Tribute to Charlie Watson The Art of Cleaning: A Tribute to Charlie Watson The Art of Cleaning: A Tribute to Charlie Watson The Art of Cleaning: A Tribute to Charlie Watson


Most of you out there are probably like us when it comes to clean-up. You love to grow plants, but cleaning up the mess afterward? Ha! Get...

Hanging Vegetable Gardens:  What Vegetables Can Be Grown Upside Down Hanging Vegetable Gardens:  What Vegetables Can Be Grown Upside Down Hanging Vegetable Gardens:  What Vegetables Can Be Grown Upside Down Hanging Vegetable Gardens:  What Vegetables Can Be Grown Upside Down


Home-grown vegetables are a wonderful addition to any table, but adding them to your diet when you live in a place with limited space can...

The Art of Growing Up! The Art of Growing Up! The Art of Growing Up! The Art of Growing Up!


Want vertical interest? Color? Elegance? Whimsy? Vines have it all! They shimmy up poles and curlicue around strings. They twist and turn...

Techniques for Terrific Transplanting Techniques for Terrific Transplanting Techniques for Terrific Transplanting Techniques for Terrific Transplanting


Every plant starts out as a seed or clone. Eventually the seedlings and cuttings will outgrow their starter cube/disk or container and need...

What Mycorrhizae Can Do For You What Mycorrhizae Can Do For You What Mycorrhizae Can Do For You What Mycorrhizae Can Do For You


Mycorrhizae are the filamentous body that fungi form underground as they grow from spores. These white, rope-like strands are commonly seen...

Making Herbs Bigger Through Pinching and Harvesting Making Herbs Bigger Through Pinching and Harvesting Making Herbs Bigger Through Pinching and Harvesting Making Herbs Bigger Through Pinching and Harvesting


When you have an herb garden, you probably want it filled with large, bushy plants you can use in the kitchen and around the house. Your...

Between Hydro Crops: What to Do and What to Reuse Between Hydro Crops: What to Do and What to Reuse Between Hydro Crops: What to Do and What to Reuse Between Hydro Crops: What to Do and What to Reuse


Maintenance between crops and on a routine basis is a must for a healthy and thriving hydroponic growing system. A few steps taken on...

Safety First! Tips & Tricks For Safer Growing Safety First! Tips & Tricks For Safer Growing Safety First! Tips & Tricks For Safer Growing Safety First! Tips & Tricks For Safer Growing


Gardening may seem like a pastime without a lot of danger involved, but it is important to keep some safety precautions in mind to prevent...

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