This board includes tips for herb gardening on your homestead.
For all you plant lovers out there, Swedish Ivy is one of the next best plants for you to add to your at-home indoor garden. This plant will add a lovely splash of green to any corner of your home. If you have ever wondered what Swedish Ivy is, where it hails from, and how to take care of it, you have come to the right place!
This succulent trailing heart-shaped leaf makes it a collector’s item. It has a cascade of scarlet stems up to 0′ long with Sweetheart leaves, which are paired and have a white, green, and pink flush design. To couple, these are fantastic pink and purple trumpet-shaped flowers. Soft succulents are not cold hardy yet can be carried indoors and grown on a sunny windowsill or under a grow lamp. #garden #succulents #plants
If you’re looking for a houseplant that is laid-back yet glamorous then look no further. Easy to care for and incredibly beautiful, the Aglaonema Silver Bay is a great choice for houseplant beginners as well as experts who want a lovely but low-maintenance foliage plant. The Silver Bay is one of many varieties within the larger Aglaonema family, also known as Chinese Evergreen. Let’s dig into where the silver bay plant comes from and what it needs to thrive in your home! #aglaonemasilverbay
Beautiful hibiscus plants come in hardy and tropical varieties, and hibiscus care in winter involves a few different steps depending on the variety you have. If you’ve got one of these beauties in your garden and need to know what’s involved in caring for your hibiscus in winter, read on to learn exactly what you need to do! #hibiscus #growhibiscus #tropicalplant #tropicalplants #hibiscusinwinter #growhibiscusinwinter #winterhibiscus
How do you choose the best pots for aloe plants? Drainage is the primary factor to look for in an aloe vera pot. Naturally porous materials, like terra cotta, ceramic or cement, are excellent choices since they provide airflow to the plant’s roots and also allow excess moisture to evaporate. For medium to large size aloes, a pot with a heavier weight and a wide base can help prevent damage from the plant accidentally tipping over. Learn more! #bestaloepots #aloepots #succulentspots #pots
19-19-19 fertilizer contains of 19% nitrogen, 19% phosphorous and 19% potassium. Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium are key nutrients plants need for healthy growth, and Triple 19 is often called a “balanced” fertilizer because it contains all three nutrients in equal amounts. Let’s jump into a quick rundown of what is in Triple 19 fertilizer and how to use this knowledge to help your plants grow bigger and better. #fertilizer #gardeningfertilizer #gardeningsoil #soil #gardenfertilizer
Are your chestnut trees looking a little under the weather? Maybe you’ve noticed wilting leaves, or rotting nuts. Learn how to identify, prevent, and manage five common diseases that may afflict chestnut trees, with recommendations for selecting resistant varieties. Read more. #chestnut #plantdisease #gardenerspath
Frost can make gardening a little more challenging, but certainly not impossible! Come learn 7 easy and inexpensive ways to help protect your plants from frost damage and extend your growing season - including row covers, careful planting site and variety selections, and more! #garden #gardentips #gardening #wintergarden #frost #fallgarden
Looking for some new asparagus recipes? Consider trying out these top six ideas. They are easy to make on any weeknight, and use up extra ingredients in your fridge. If you grew lots of asparagus in your garden this year, these recipes will help put it to good use.
Swiss cheese plants make an impressive statement with their massive leaves and dramatic fenestration. But these showstoppers aren’t demanding. Learn how to encourage those characteristic leaf holes and coax your plant to climb in this guide to growing monstera on Gardener's Path. #monstera #houseplants #gardenerspath
There are a few ways to get rid of tree roots without harming the tree. The easiest is to cut the root with a shovel or a pick and then remove the root. The most difficult is to use a tree killer on the cut root. You should make sure no tree killer is used on any part of the tree connected to the tree. #Garden #home #Trees
Cover crops produce fast, effective improvements to your garden soil. Beneficial multi-taskers, they prevent erosion, cycle nutrients, improve soil structure, provide mulch, reduce pests, and suppress weeds. Discover 15 of the best cover crops for the home garden now on Gardener's Path. #covercrops #gardenerspath