30 Amazing Ideas For Growing A Vegetable Garden In Your Backyard
Have a look at our fabulous collection of DIY ideas to plan your own vegetable garden, to help create one that is attractive and edible.
Banana Peel Fertilizers for the Garden
As anyone who has watched “Back to the Future” a million+ times knows, banana peels make terrific fuel. But even better than adding them to the Mr. Fusion unit on your time traveling DeLorean, you can add them as fuel for your garden. That’s right, compost those slimy banana peels and make your little green friends happy! Banana Peel Nutrients Bananas are a super food, and the peels are loaded with nutrients that your vegetation craves. First and foremost of these is, of course, potassium…
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Regrow 8 Kitchen Scraps into Free Houseplants!
Want beautiful & FREE garden & indoor plants? Regrow kitchen scraps like mango seed, avocado pit, pineapple top, lemon seeds, ginger, lemongrass, & more!
How to Start a Garden – 10 Steps to Gardening for Beginners
Step by step instructions to start a garden from scratch. We'll take you from bed preparation through harvesting your own vegetables, flowers & herbs.
Here's how to use a compost bin, according to experts
Composting in your home may be easier than you think. Here's how to start and how to be more environmentally friendly with (most of) your food waste.
How to Compost - Magnificent Garden Soil
Learn How to Compost to get FREE Magnificent Garden Soil! You only need a hole in the ground and a pail to collect your scraps. Let's make compost...
17 Vegetables That Grow Well In The Shade
Most vegetables are high-light plants because they have to produce food. Sunlight is what helps them in food production process or photosynthesis. Unless they get sufficient time in the sun, they cannot make enough food
Vegetables You Can Grow in the Shade
vegetables you can grow in the shade, here is a more intensive guide: Asian greens: The Asian greens require just about two hours of sunlight in a day and