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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17 Healthy Green Fruit To Grow in Your Backyard

Growing fruit in your garden is an amazing way to bring a variety of homegrown nutrients into your diet. As well as being highly nutritious, fruit brings plenty of vibrancy and intrigue to any garden. However, with there being over 2,000 different types of fruit to choose from, where do we even start when it…

How To Grow a Giant Monstera Deliciosa

Monstera Deliciosa are a great plant, but who can be satisfied with a small, leggy little monstera growing in a corner when you can have a giant monstera with just a little extra effort? Growing a giant monstera deliciosa plant will require providing good quality soil, fertilizing regularly with a quality fertilizer like osmocote, watering…

16 Amazing Monstera Varieties YOU Should Grow

Monstera (Swiss Cheese Plant) is a unique and gorgeous flowering plant from the Araceae family. The plant hails from Central and South America, and it has large leaves with extensive perforations known as fenestrations. Although monstera is now a popular indoor or outdoor plant, many people may not realize there are different monstera varieties.  There…

Monstera Dubia: How To Buy & Care for Them

Monstera dubia is an uncommon and underappreciated species of Monstera, compared to the more common Monstera deliciosa and Monstera adansonii. This kind of Monstera can be challenging to track down. You won’t find this at big-box retailers, so how can you buy one, and when you do buy one, how can you care for them?…

Monstera Adansonii v Laniata: Care Guide

There are several plants under the genus Monstera, and the majority of these are popular houseplants. While the Monstera Deliciosa is the plant that comes to most people’s minds when the genus is mentioned, the Monstera Adansonii is fairly popular, particularly the Monstera Adansonii var Laniata.  Caring for the Monstera Adansonii var Laniata is similar…

Monstera Obliqua: Where To Buy & How To Care for Them

Monstera obliqua is a relatively rare species famous for its significantly larger fenestrations than other Monstera variants. It is native to the tropical regions of Central and South America, and its rarity has made it so attractive and expensive that plant collectors are willing to pay much for it. You can buy Monstera obliqua from…