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Building and Using a Worm Bin

Building and Using a Worm Bin

Posted on August 25, 2016 · Posted in Project Ideas, Soil

Worms have been recycling organic materials and returning it to the soil as worm compost or vermicomposting for millions of years. Regardless of how much outdoor space you have, setting.. read more

Benefits of Raised Bed Gardening

Benefits of Raised Bed Gardening

Posted on August 21, 2016 · Posted in Help & Advice

Growing your own vegetables is a great way to grow your own food, cut down on expenses at the market and know exactly what you’re eating and how its’ been.. read more

Recycling Household Items to Start Seeds

Recycling Household Items to Start Seeds

Posted on August 10, 2016 · Posted in Help & Advice, Project Ideas

Recycling used household items to start seeds isn’t only friendly to our environment, since so much stuff is thrown in landfills, but it also saves money. It’s common knowledge that.. read more

How to Make Your Own Organic Liquid Fertilisers

How to Make Your Own Organic Liquid Fertilisers

Posted on May 2, 2016 · Posted in Help & Advice

Liquid fertilisers are one of the best ways to help your young, spring plants get the nutrition they need. One reason is because soil temperatures tend to be low in.. read more

Six Ways to Avoid Transplant Shock

Six Ways to Avoid Transplant Shock

Posted on April 30, 2016 · Posted in Help & Advice

Some gardeners believe that it’s almost impossible to avoid transplant shock, but I disagree. With proper care and handling, just about any plant can remain robust and healthy after transplanting… read more

Benefits of Using Organic Pest-Control Methods

Benefits of Using Organic Pest-Control Methods

Posted on · Posted in Help & Advice

Protecting our environment has become an important topic, especially as we are constantly hearing about its destruction due to the toxins and pollutants entering the land, water, air and food-supply… read more

Tomato Gardening Inside Containers

Tomato Gardening Inside Containers

Posted on April 16, 2016 · Posted in Help & Advice, Vegetables

Once you’ve sank your teeth into a homegrown tomato, those tasteless, plastic-like things found at the local market just won’t do. Growing tomatoes doesn’t require a large area of garden.. read more

What to Do In the April Garden

Posted on April 9, 2016 · Posted in What to do

Although you wouldn’t really know it where we live, spring is beginning to settle upon us. The days are longer, the fruit trees are blossoming, and even with all the.. read more

Coffee Grounds in the Garden – Facts and Fiction

Coffee Grounds in the Garden – Facts and Fiction

Posted on April 8, 2016 · Posted in Help & Advice, Soil

If you are a coffee-lover, nothing gives you that much needed morning pick-me-up like a fresh hot cup of liquid energy. The used grounds can also give your garden a.. read more

Identifying and Controlling Aphids in Gardens

Identifying and Controlling Aphids in Gardens

Posted on March 29, 2016 · Posted in Help & Advice

With over 500 aphid species found in Great Britain, according to the Royal Horticultural Society, every gardener is bound to be plagued with the tiny, pear-shaped pest at one time.. read more