Click here to learn about the various benefits of using comfrey as an organic fertilizer, compost activator, mulch, and more in your garden.
Have your Polka Dot Plants seen better days? It may be because you’re not caring for it properly. See where you’re going wrong with our guide.
Bugs have positive and negative impacts on the plants and the soil. Most bugs found in organic soils include gnats, spider mites, ladybugs, and aphids. Bugs can find their way to your soil in different ways, for example, contamination and introducing foreign crops. However, healthy soils mixed with organic fertilizers such as compost attract good…
You certainly haven’t planted the mushrooms in the pot so where did they come from? If this has left you scratching your head, you’re not alone.
How do you feed a lawn without using man made chemicals? We look at organic compost and fertilizer.
Check out these 7 plants that attract beneficial insects into an organic garden, and why it’s important to have them!
Explore some easy ways to encourage biodiversity in your organic garden!
Some great ideas for how to use pallets in your garden, including planters, sofas, potting tables, and more!
How do you deal with those pesky weeds without resorting to harmful, inorganic herbicides? Some of these methods may surprise you, but all of them work!
Will your Crabapple Tree be able to survive in a pot? Read this helpful article to discover the best growing conditions for these beloved ornamental trees.
Have you ever wondered why Hawthorn trees smell so awful or if they all smell that way? Read on to find out more about Hawthorn trees and just how far the truth goes when it comes to the smell!
If you’re worried your tulip poplar tree might be dying, double-check with these early signs!
Discover the reasons why vertical gardens can cause a lot of damage to your walls. Then learn how to successfully grow a vertical garden without destroying the wall behind it with our easy solutions.
Have you ever wondered why the bark of a birch tree peels off? We look at the top reasons why this is happening!
How deep do the roots of a Tulip Poplar usually grow? Do you need to worry about them damaging the surface?
Dogwood trees often make it on the list for smelly trees throughout the world, however, it could be a case of mistaken identity. There’s a lot more to Dogwoods than just their smell!