Vertical Garden trend

When you lack garden space, you still have plenty of vertical space. There are plenty of vegetables you can grow vertically in small areas. Vertical gardening is growing plants on a support such as a stake, trellis, cage, or fence. Pole beans, peas and tomatoes are commonly grown this way. But other vining crops suchContinue reading “Vertical Garden trend”

Vegetable Garden Tips

Here are a few easy gardening tips from a very passionate and accomplished gardener, Martha Stewart. These  gardening tips and tricks can help  to jump start your Vegetable garden this season.  You can create a garden by laying out a geometry shape to yield maximum results and easy access. To help minimize weeds and toContinue reading “Vegetable Garden Tips”

Window Sill Gardening

You can start your green thumb this year by beginning your garden in the window! There are a few important benefits to growing some plants indoors. The main one is that your garden is almost completely protected against pests and bad weather. It can also brighten up any room if you add colorful plants alongContinue reading “Window Sill Gardening”

Growing Tomatoes

Summer has passed, but you don’t have to give up on your fresh tomatoes on the vine there is a way that you can keep them throughout the long winter days!  The plants that harvest small, cherry- or grape-sized tomatoes in large quantities usually do better indoors than larger “slicing” selections. At my  Etsy shop Continue reading “Growing Tomatoes”

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