Squirrels perch adorably on that fine fence line between entertainment and nuisance. While a welcome sight for many, many gardeners will already be aware of the trail of subtle destruction squirrels leave behind. Today, we’re exposing the garden squirrel. We’ll look at its good and bad side, examining all angles and figuring out why they do what they do – let’s get to it!
Easily recognizable, yet highly underrated; moss is the unsung hero of many ecosystems. Moss species can be found nearly everywhere in the world, and now you can have it in your garden as well. In this article, we’ll be talking about moss gardens: why you should want one, what kind of moss you should grow, and how to successfully transplant moss into your garden. Read on to learn more!
Aloe Veras are the first-love of any succulent enthusiast. These quirky-looking succulents are easy to care, and make an ideal companion for beginner succulent gardeners. Aloes help in air purification, make ideal skincare partners and offer many medicinal properties. Aloe Vera Propagation is very easy and can save you time, effort and money while getting you lots of new baby plants!
Calathea plants are beautiful. The flowers of these plants look like insects. They are very exotic in appearance and make a great addition to any home or office. These plants are relatively easy to propagate. Calathea is a tropical plant that many gardeners love. This plant is a trendy indoor plant used in homes and offices. It is also used as a decorative plant in gardens. This plant is not hard to grow and propagate, and the seeds do not require any special treatment. Here we look at the different propagation methods that you can use to propagate your Calathea.
Large, long-lasting blooms and bright colors make orchids one of the most attractive flowers in the world. White, pink, magenta, purple, and yellow are some of the colors that they come in. If you possess an orchid or are planning to give one as a gift, you should be aware of the special care it takes. Learn how to care for orchids by reading our tutorial. Whether it’s soil guidance or irrigation instructions, we’ve got you covered.
Whether you’re looking to reduce your kitchen or yard waste, or your want to create a nutrient rich amendment to guarantee a bountiful harvest from this year’s garden, learning how to compost in your backyard is an incredible tool to add to your DIY arsenal. And while it may seem intimidating at first, composting at home is simple and easy to master if you understand a few basic tips.