Is your Calathea plant leaves turning yellow and you don’t know why? Well, we may have the answer.
Planning on starting your rooftop garden? well, you’ll need to find out about plants that thrive in sunlight and what will happen if you don’t. Find out here
Orchids require certain soils to grow well and you can create a potting mix that’s perfect. Click here to find out how.
Rooftop gardening is extremely popular in large cities as there are limited gardening areas. What should you consider before starting yours?
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Have you got comfrey in your garden? Wondering how to stop comfrey from spreading organically.
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Ever wanted to grow your own Shampoo Plant or otherwise known Shampoo Ginger to clam its benefits for yourself?
Some christmas plants have to be moved indoors during the holiday season, while others look stunning in the snow. Find out our top 10…
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.
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