While sustainable gardening is very doable, it does takes a lot of patience and practice in order to truly succeed in it. You might have to deal with some frustration and disappointment along the way, but you should not let these drawbacks discourage you from gardening.
Maintaining a vegetable garden can be quite challenging especially when you have to deal with bugs. Now, you might be tempted to get rid of all the pests in your backyard, but that’s not advisable because some of them can actually be advantageous for your plants.
Thinking about getting a greenhouse? There are important things to consider if you want to build one of your own. Greenhouses come in several shapes and sizes, and can be made using different materials.
Raised beds can be placed anywhere in your backyard as long as there’s direct sunlight. Once you have that, you can grow a variety of tasty organic veggies such as tomatoes, bell peppers, cucumbers, lettuce, peas, carrots and onions.
Onions are definitely a favorite among home gardeners. This delicious crop is easy to grow and useful in many dishes, that’s why several households love to plant them–especially the organic heirloom varieties. There are lots of organic heirloom onion varieties out there, from Burgundy Red to White Sweet Spanish, but they all share the same planting process. What you’ll need are your garden beds, pots, soil mixed with organic compost and fertilizer, heirloom onion seeds, and some water. To get started, grow your onion seedlings in pots first before transplanting them to your garden bed. Your raised beds should be filled with good soil and some organic compost and fertilizer. Doing this helps the...