Hydroponic Herbs: From Seed to Harvest

Check out our guide on how to grow herbs faster than soil while getting larger harvests. Works for any herb you harvest leaves, seeds, or flowers from (including mint, oregano, and basil), and you can get started with items you mostly already have.

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How to Grow Lavender: A Beginners Guide

Lavender is a beautiful flower that can be grown in many different climates. It is a hardy plant that can tolerate drought and heat. Not only does it smell amazing, but it has a wide variety of uses around the home, such as in aromatherapy, cooking, making soap, making sachets, and more. Not only that,…

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Ditch the Produce Aisle: 21 Vegetables That Grow Well in Small Gardens

When it comes to gardening, one of the most important things you can do is to create a diverse garden that provides a variety of different foods you can eat. Unfortunately, not everyone has access to large plots of land and abundant space. If you’re in this category, here are a few vegetables that grow…

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Hydroponic Tomatoes: How to Easily Grow Tomatoes Hydroponically

Hydroponic Tomatoes: How To Easily Grow Tomatoes Hydroponically

Tomatoes are one of the most popular food items all around the world, and for good reason! These fruits are incredibly diverse and can be used from anything to soups to sandwiches. However, growing tomatoes isn’t the easiest thing in the world, especially if you’re new to gardening! To make things super easy and get…

Fertilizing Tomatoes: How And When To Fertilize Your Tomato Plants

Fertilizing Tomatoes: How And When To Fertilize Your Tomato Plants

Growing tomatoes is a very rewarding experience. After a long season of caring for your crops, you get to enjoy some juicy and sweet fruits! What could be better than that? However, growing tomatoes can be quite an intimidating process, especially when it comes to fertilization. There is an overwhelming amount of information out there…

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Why Are The Leaves On My Tomato Plants Turning Brown?

Growing tomato plants can be a very rewarding activity. What could be better than being rewarded for all of your hard work with super delicious, bright red, juicy tomatoes?  However, tomato plants do tend to require a lot of attention. It is important that you keep an eye on your tomato plants for any tell-tale…

Growing Roma Tomatoes From Planting To Harvest

Growing Roma Tomatoes From Planting To Harvest

Roma tomatoes are a particularly popular variety of tomatoes – and it’s not hard to see why! Thanks to their sweet, juicy, and dense flesh, they make the most delicious homemade tomato sauces, dips, and pastes.  However, they can be a bit tricky to grow. As with most tomato varieties, Roma tomatoes require specific care…

10 Rosemary Companion Plants (& 5 Plants To Keep Far Away)

10 Rosemary Companion Plants (& 5 Plants To Keep Far Away)

If you’re thinking about starting a herb garden, rosemary is an excellent plant to start with. It is versatile and hardy, and it tastes delicious! But, what should you plant with rosemary? A good companion will work with rosemary to ensure the overall health of both plants.  To learn more about the best and worst…

How to Revive a Dying Rosemary Plant

How To Revive A Dying Rosemary Plant

Rosemary plants are perennials that can live for fifteen years or more if you take proper care of them. These plants are extremely easy to care for and do not require a lot of maintenance. This delightful plant originally comes from Southern Europe, specifically the parts that border the Mediterranean Sea. Because of this unique…