Container Gardening


How Office Workers Can Benefit from Having a Garden On Site How Office Workers Can Benefit from Having a Garden On Site How Office Workers Can Benefit from Having a Garden On Site How Office Workers Can Benefit from Having a Garden On Site


Aside from producing healthy grub, the act of growing offers some major health boons. So, why not bring your garden to the office and...

Tips for Starting a Windowsill Garden Tips for Starting a Windowsill Garden Tips for Starting a Windowsill Garden Tips for Starting a Windowsill Garden


Though limited in size and variety, windowsill gardens still provide the satisfaction of growing your own food during the cold winter...

Moving Plants Inside for the Winter: What You Need to Know Moving Plants Inside for the Winter: What You Need to Know Moving Plants Inside for the Winter: What You Need to Know Moving Plants Inside for the Winter: What You Need to Know


Just because mornings are becoming frosty doesn’t mean your gardening season is over.

Want To Go From Hydroponics To Soil? Here's a Quick Guide Want To Go From Hydroponics To Soil? Here's a Quick Guide Want To Go From Hydroponics To Soil? Here's a Quick Guide Want To Go From Hydroponics To Soil? Here's a Quick Guide


There are many reasons why cultivators might transplant their plants from hydroponic systems into soil. Here's how to go about it.

A Quick Guide to Growing Plants in Coco Coir A Quick Guide to Growing Plants in Coco Coir A Quick Guide to Growing Plants in Coco Coir A Quick Guide to Growing Plants in Coco Coir


Coir is commonly used in hydroponic media. Here’s a bit more about where it comes from and how to use it in your garden.

5 of the Easiest Crops to Grow in Small Spaces 5 of the Easiest Crops to Grow in Small Spaces 5 of the Easiest Crops to Grow in Small Spaces 5 of the Easiest Crops to Grow in Small Spaces


Here's how to grow your own private garden no matter where you live. Start off by choosing the most suitable edible plants that can be...

Top Growing Media Options for Containers Top Growing Media Options for Containers Top Growing Media Options for Containers Top Growing Media Options for Containers


The two most common types of growing media used for containers are potting soils and hydroponic media, but there are plenty of alternatives.

Why More Growers are Switching to Fabric Pots Why More Growers are Switching to Fabric Pots Why More Growers are Switching to Fabric Pots Why More Growers are Switching to Fabric Pots


Container gardening is not a new concept, but the types of containers that offer the ability to produce unprecedented amounts of food are...

Why Are My Leaves Turning Yellow? Why Are My Leaves Turning Yellow? Why Are My Leaves Turning Yellow? Why Are My Leaves Turning Yellow?


Yellowing leaves can be caused by just about anything that’s a little out of whack. Here we examine three common nutrient deficiencies.

How to be a Successful Rooftop Gardener How to be a Successful Rooftop Gardener How to be a Successful Rooftop Gardener How to be a Successful Rooftop Gardener


Though perhaps in its infancy in many North American locales, rooftop growing is a well-developed practice elsewhere.

Growing from Seed Using Containers Growing from Seed Using Containers Growing from Seed Using Containers Growing from Seed Using Containers


Many gardeners prefer to start seeds in an egg carton (or even in the eggshells themselves), in a seed cell pack, in peat pots, or in small...

Bring on the Berries: A Beginner’s Guide to Growing Berries in Containers Bring on the Berries: A Beginner’s Guide to Growing Berries in Containers Bring on the Berries: A Beginner’s Guide to Growing Berries in Containers Bring on the Berries: A Beginner’s Guide to Growing Berries in Containers


There is a high reward factor when you pick your own berries just to snack on or for your favorite dessert recipe. It’s even better when...

Transplanting From Aeroponics Transplanting From Aeroponics Transplanting From Aeroponics Transplanting From Aeroponics


Transplanting plants from an aeroponics system into another growing medium can be risky business.

Achieving Maximum Yields With the Sea of Green Growing Method Achieving Maximum Yields With the Sea of Green Growing Method Achieving Maximum Yields With the Sea of Green Growing Method Achieving Maximum Yields With the Sea of Green Growing Method


Sea of Green (SOG) is a common indoor growing technique that according to legend was developed in Holland in the 1970s. Now it is a popular...

Stunning Succulents Stunning Succulents Stunning Succulents Stunning Succulents


Succulents are plants with thick, fleshy water storage organs that have adapted to survive arid, desert-like climates throughout the world.

How to Maximize Your Tomato Yields How to Maximize Your Tomato Yields How to Maximize Your Tomato Yields How to Maximize Your Tomato Yields


Inspired by his grandfather’s ability to grow high tomato and pumpkin yields in confined spaces, David Sidea experimented with several...

Moving on Over: Top Four Transplanting Mediums and Methods Moving on Over: Top Four Transplanting Mediums and Methods Moving on Over: Top Four Transplanting Mediums and Methods Moving on Over: Top Four Transplanting Mediums and Methods


It’s said that transplanting is one of the most stressful times of a plant’s life—for many, it can be a matter of life and death. And while...

Ebb and Flow Hydroponic Systems Ebb and Flow Hydroponic Systems Ebb and Flow Hydroponic Systems Ebb and Flow Hydroponic Systems


An ebb and flow hydroponic system maximizes nutrient uptake and available oxygen in the root zone. Here's how these systems work and why...

Strands of Gold: Growing Saffron Strands of Gold: Growing Saffron Strands of Gold: Growing Saffron Strands of Gold: Growing Saffron


Saffron is not difficult to grow indoors and saffron bulbs are readily obtainable at the right time of year for those who want to grow some...

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