How to Plant a Thriving Vegetable Garden - Bless'er House
Sharing is caring!ShareTweetPin24537sharesNope. You’re not lost. This blog is actually sharing a post about gardening. Is this the Twilight Zone? I think it might be. I’ve shared my continuous plight before- the curse of the black thumb. (That sounds like a movie Johnny Depp could star in. Oh, wait…) But y’all. Good has finally prevailed in ...
How to Use Diatomaceous Earth for Pest Control | Gardener’s Path
Diatomaceous earth is a wondrous powder made from the crushed bodies of prehistoric fossils, with many modern garden uses! Get tips for application as a natural pesticide. Plus, learn how to use it in your home and on your poultry flock in this guide from Gardener’s Path.
How to Test Soil in the Home Garden | Gardener’s Path
Does your garden face the same issues year after year? The answer could be in your soil. Nutrient deficiencies, pH imbalances, texture, and the percentage of organic matter can all be revealed through a simple test. Collecting a sample and sending it off for professional analysis and advice is easier than you think.