Organic Gardening

Neem Oil to Kill Insects Naturally

Neem Oil to Kill Insects on Plants

Neem Oil is a good natural remedy for killing insects, and let me tell you, it is absolutely 100% organic. Clarified hydrophobic neem oil kills insects bad insects and the good ones too.  It suffocates their breathing holes.  This wonder oil has been used for centuries in traditional medicine and pest control, and it continues […]

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Grow Your Own Chile Peppers

Grow Your Own Chile Peppers

Grow your Own Chile Peppers.  If you are planting via seeds the best time to sow Chile seeds is in Late January or February providing you are planting them in a greenhouse or indoors.  The temperatures greenhouse/indoors should be between 60 to 70° F during the night, and up to 80° during the day time. […]

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Edible Garden Paradise

Harvesting Beauty: Crafting an Aesthetic Edible Garden Paradise The allure of a garden is undeniable, offering respite from the daily grind and a connection to nature’s beauty. What if one were told that their garden could be more than just a feast for the eyes? Imagine a landscape that not only pleases their aesthetic senses […]

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Healthy Organic Plants

Growing healthy organic plants

Get good at Growing Healthy Organic Plants. Organic gardening can be a great thing for a healthier diet. Consider your garden an investment of your time and hard work. Many gardeners can get stressed because they’re not quite sure where to start.  Here are some solid tips to help you get started. Killing Weeds Organically […]

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Best Way to Grow Cherry Tomatoes

The Best way to grow cherry tomatoes.  There are numerous ways to grow these sweet, delicious tomatoes.  You can grow them indoors, outdoors, in pots, and in garden beds. One main reason I love cherry tomatoes is that they are one of the easiest tomatoes to grow. They grow quickly and depending on the variety […]

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How to grow organic potatoes

How to grow organic Potatoes

Are you thinking of growing potatoes at home during this lockdown? Thumbs up, go for it! Potatoes can be very easily grown at home with just a bit of guidance.  How to grow organic Potatoes at home. How to grow organic Potatoes at Home? Yes, growing potatoes is quite simple and easy. Although being easy […]

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Colorful Leaves for Indoor Decoration

Colorful Houseplant Leaves – for Indoor Decoration

Colorful Houseplant Leaves – for Indoor Decoration.  There are lots of colorful foliage plants to use indoors.  Here are some that work well no matter where you live. The Croton Plant (Codiaeum variegatum pictum) A plant with thick leaves that show a variety of striped dark green to bright yellow leaves.  It will grow up […]

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Dead Nettle Plant Care and Planting

Dead Nettle Plant – Care and Planting. This is a great little leaf plant that is perfect for ground-cover or in a decorative pot.  It is a herbaceous perennial and likes acidic soil.  There are about 50 species of this plant but the most common is the white Nancy (Malculatum).  These plants are usually sold […]

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What is fertilizer

What is fertilizer?   Have you ever wondered what are those three numbers on a bag, box, or package of fertilizer mean? How do you analyze them? What about chemicals versus organic?  Why do we need to fertilize our plants and trees in the first place? I will answer these questions in the best layman’s terms […]

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Secret to killing grubs

The Secret to Killing Grubs

First, we must know where these ugly-looking worms come from.  They come from the larvae of the Japanese beetle.  They were introduced into the U.S. from of course Japan sometime in 1916 now almost all lawns throughout the USA have them.  A few here and there are no big problem but an infestation of them and your lawn will start to look bad.  These larvae will also feed on the roots of other plants like roses, and small-type trees and shrubs.

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