How to Grow Papaya Tree | Complete Growing Guide
Papaya or pawpaw is a sweet delicious and tropical fruit that detoxifies the body. Papaya can be grown in pots too, with some care in winters you can also grow it in colder parts.
Creating a Chicken-Friendly Garden - Kenny Coogan
Gardening with chickens is very enriching. Learn how to create a chicken friendly garden and how to protect your birds and plants from each other.
Purslane-It’s Not a Weed! It’s an Unrecognized, Health-Boosting Wonder Plant !!!
The plant in the picture below is called Purslane, or other known as Portulaca oleracea. This plant is considered a common weed to many that may even be growing in your garden right now, without your explicit invitation. The cultivation of Purslane started in India and Persia, and spread to the rest of the world. Some cultures pluck it […]
Growing Elderberry From Cuttings: Step-By-Step Instructions
Growing elderberry - Gather trimmings now, and by this summer you'll be making elderflower lemonade. Next summer you'll be harvesting for pies, jam & syrup.
Chitting Potatoes Gives Them a Head Start
No matter how you plant your potatoes, chitting potatoes before planting can give your plants a few weeks head start and may increase overall yield.
How to grow peanuts #Organic_Gardening
Have you ever considered growing peanuts in your garden? Peanuts are fairly easy to grow. If you have ever grown potatoes, chances are y...
When to Plant Early Spring Vegetables
What can you plant in early spring? Take an in depth look at when to plant early spring vegetables. Planting guide and checklist for 11 early spring vegetables. All the answers to questions you may have to figure out when you can plant spring vegetables.
How to Grow Amaranth Microgreens Fast and Easy | Epic Gardening
Amaranth microgreens are some of the most visually striking you can grow, and they grow fast too! Learn how to grow and harvest them in under 10 days.
As a final note, growers of Chicago Hardy do have one warning I plan to take to heart. This particular variety of fig fruits much less if unpruned, so be sure to cut stems back to 30 inches every …