Make Your Vegetable Garden Healthier with These 15 Unusual but Very Effective Garden Ideas

I must admit, one of my favorite things about summer is planting a vegetable garden!  It’s far from perfect, but it works for us.  Whatever your space situation is small garden space or big, or even a balcony, this list…

8 Tips For Growing An Organic Vegetable Garden On A Budget

Growing some of your own organic vegetables is a great way to increase the amount of fresh, organic food in your family’s diet while saving yourself some cash. But it is also easy to waste money, especially if you get…

11 No-Work, Fast Growing Greens You Can Grow Anywhere

Greens are full of vitamins, minerals, and disease-fighting phytochemicals. They contain high amounts of fiber, which is significant for weight loss because it makes you feel full and aids in controlling your hunger. Most of us realize that eating more organic…

How to Avoid These 3 Common Garden Planning Mistakes

Wouldn’t it be much easier to learn from someone else’s mistakes, rather than your own ? Well, you can do that now, by following these 3 common mistakes every gardener makes at some point when planning a vegetable garden. These…

How To Easily Grow An Endless Supply Of Onions On Your Window Sill !

Before we start, let’s learn some of the best health benefits onions can bring: Onions have been used for centuries in order to reduce inflammation and heal infections. Crazy, huh? Onions contain phytochemicals which improve the working of vitamin C…

Why Aren’t My Vegetables Growing? 10 Mistakes You Are Making In The Vegetable Garden

Starting your own garden is an exciting activity that leads to the most precious thing in the world- eating your own organic food. However, you must understand that this activity is something that will require your full attention and responsibility.…

How to Avoid the Problem of Bitter Cucumbers

Have you ever bitten a bitter cucumber? Ugh, you know how it feels and you know you don’t ever want to taste this again. If you grow your own cucumbers, here are some tips that help. WHY CUCUMBERS TASTE BITTER…

5 Garlic Growing Tips You Don’t Want to Miss

Throughout North America, gardeners consider garlic as a very good planting choice. Just like onions, garlic is a cool weather crop. Garlic requires cold weather because the bulb should split into cloves and sometimes trigger division of cells. Having said…