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Top 23 Ways to Spend Less Money in the Garden

Organic gardening often goes hand-in-hand with sustainability, so it is no surprise that home gardeners are always looking for ways to reduce their gardening costs. To help our fellow gardeners with their quest for cost-efficiency, we recently posted the question “What’s the best way to spend less money in the gardening?” on our official Instagram page […]

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Grow Your Own Food in a Single Container All Year Round!

Want to grow your own food but don’t have much time, space and energy to do it? Not a problem! You can actually grow food for a whole year just by using a single container. Yes, you read it right—a single container where you can plant different vegetables for every season, all throughout the year. Tomatoes, lettuce, and […]

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Vermicomposting 101: How to Start Your Own Vermicompost

Vermicomposting is an effective composting method that many home gardeners have started to adopt. In contrast to the traditional way of composting, vermicomposting uses worms to double the speed of breaking down the organic materials—resulting in a more balanced compost. If you are planning to start your own vermicompost, then use any of these worms for […]

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4 Creative Ways to Use Your Homegrown Herbs

A number of home gardeners have recently been asking for new ways to use their herbs at home. To answer that question, many things can actually be done with herbs—may it be for cooking, house cleaning, gift-giving, and so on. Here are some great ideas on how to use your herbs creatively: Toss a muslin bag […]

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How to Eliminate Common Garden Pests

One of the most frustrating problems about gardening is having to deal with ravaging pests. They can wreak havoc to your vegetable garden without warning—destroying the plants that you’ve worked so hard to grow. The sight of your devastated plants can be disheartening, that’s why it’s really crucial to apply natural pest control solutions to prevent these things from happening. However, it […]

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The Best Cheat Sheet to Herb Gardening

Herb gardening is becoming a huge trend nowadays. This is because herbs are so easy and convenient to grow, even for beginner gardeners. Planting herbs at home is ideal especially if you love cooking and making home remedies because you’ll always have access to the freshest herbs straight from your garden. Now, you don’t need to be a pro […]

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Make a DIY Hanging Herb Garden in Easy Steps

Many people are now into DIY garden projects because they’re so fun and easy to make. So if you’re also looking for a DIY project for your herb garden, then you are on the right page! One great garden idea is to simply hang your herb plants vertically. It’s a space-saving technique that’s specifically designed for home gardeners with small spaces. Creating a hanging herb garden […]

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5 Simple Ways to Design an Edible Landscape

Can’t decide whether to do vegetable gardening or ornamental gardening? No worries! You can get the best of both worlds with this interesting approach called edible landscaping. In this method, you can now grow your favorite edible and ornamental plants in the same garden space with ease. Growing ornamental plants together with vegetables will not […]

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This is Probably the Easiest Way to Grow Tomatoes!

The most normal way to grow tomatoes is from their seeds. After harvesting their tomatoes, home gardeners usually save the seeds and grow them again in the next gardening season. But did you know that you can grow tomatoes without actually saving the seeds? Sounds crazy, right? If you want to know the secret, just follow […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Matrix Gardening

Matrix gardening, often referred to as naturalistic garden, is one of the useful techniques that encourages a greener and more sustainable environment. It promotes biodiversity among the beneficial wildlife creatures and different plant species and helps them balance each other well in the system. Unlike traditional gardens, matrix gardens don’t need the use of pesticide and fertilizer for […]

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