Category Archives for "Gardening"

Coral Cactus Care and Grafting Guide

The Coral Cactus, or Euphorbia lactea Cristata, is an incredibly unique succulent plant. It pretty much looks like a large coral reef with a thick green stem and crinkled cabbage-like leaves that come in a wide variety of colors and can only reach up to 2 feet tall when grown in a container. Coral cactus […]

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How to Remove Grass with a Shovel

Make sure to use a square shovel when removing your grass. Cut the lawn short and water it a day or so before you plan to remove it. Then, using either a sod cutter (although time-consuming and hard), an edger (convenient but expensive) or a square shovel, cut into the lawn vertically with straight lines […]

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What is Rooting Hormone? {Detailed Guide}

Did you know that you can speed up the process of plant propagation by applying rooting hormones to your plant’s stem? Rooting hormone is a chemical that you apply to the stem that encourages root growth. The roots will then grow stronger and quicker because they will be able to support the growing plant. There […]

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How Much Sunlight Do Tomato Plants Need?

Tomatoes can be grown indoors in the winter or outdoors in the summer. It all depends on how much sun they require as this is one of the most important factors to consider when growing tomatoes. If you want to grow them indoors, you don’t necessarily need a huge amount of sun. If you are […]

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How to Grow Mint: A Step by Step Procedure

Mint is a spreading perennial herb that can grow to 1-2 feet tall and spread to 3 feet wide. Mint is native to the Mediterranean but has been naturalized over the world. There are many varieties of mint, but common mint ( Menta Genus) and apple mint (Mentha suaveolens) are the forms most commonly grown […]

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Best Fertilizer Spreader – Buyer’s Guide

Winter is almost coming to an end, and the ground is starting to thaw. As the weather keeps on warming up, you will notice the grass looking frail and weak. The seasonal changes weren’t favorable to your outdoor plants, and they certainly need some care. Thus, being able to fertilize the plants early in the spring […]

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How to Plant Herbs

Staying healthy or even adding condiments full of flavor to your meals can be easy when you have flourishing herbs growing in your backyard. Even more, a recent study showed that herbs could also help to alleviate various types of skin health complications. And what’s a better way to enjoy the best herbs than owning a DIY […]

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