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  • Growing Lettuce Indoors Under Lights
    by Laura Miller on January 16, 2022 at 3:00 pm

    Here in northern Ohio, the outdoor growing season grinds to a halt with the first killing frost or freeze in the fall. While I don’t . . . The post Growing Lettuce Indoors Under Lights appeared first on Gardening Know How’s Blog.

  • Fresh Cut Flowers And Foliage Creations
    by Nikki Tilley on January 15, 2022 at 3:00 pm

    Ahh, the smell of fresh cut flowers from the garden (or the local florist) … is there anything better? I love walking in a room . . . The post Fresh Cut Flowers And Foliage Creations appeared first on Gardening Know How’s Blog.

  • Cardening: The Latest Trend
    by Bonnie Grant on January 14, 2022 at 3:00 pm

    The pandemic has certainly done a number on many of us. Social distancing, quarantine, lockdowns, all have produced some fairly unusual gardens and habits. One . . . The post Cardening: The Latest Trend appeared first on Gardening Know How’s Blog.

  • Seeds Not Germinating? Try These Fixes
    by Sarah Jay on January 15, 2022 at 11:27 pm

    The post Seeds Not Germinating? Try These Fixes is by Sarah Jay and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. We’ve all had issues with seeds not germinating. From temperature to germination rate, we break down methods to fix your problems! The post Seeds Not Germinating? Try These Fixes is by Sarah Jay and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.

  • Chia Plant: Sage’s Seedier Cousin
    by Sarah Jay on January 15, 2022 at 9:49 pm

    The post Chia Plant: Sage’s Seedier Cousin is by Sarah Jay and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. Chia seeds have long been used for “hair” on clay sculptures. But the chia plant that produces them is a great garden choice! We share tips. The post Chia Plant: Sage’s Seedier Cousin is by Sarah Jay and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.

  • Carrot Fly: Advantageous Umbillifer Pest
    by Huan Song on January 13, 2022 at 3:42 am

    The post Carrot Fly: Advantageous Umbillifer Pest is by Huan Song and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. The carrot fly goes after carrot plants and their near-relatives like parsnips or celery, and can destroy a harvest. We cover control tips! The post Carrot Fly: Advantageous Umbillifer Pest is by Huan Song and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.

  • Peace Lily Maintenance: How to Repot Your Plant
    by Kristine Lofgren on January 15, 2022 at 7:00 pm

    Part of being a good houseplant parent is knowing when and how to repot a plant that has grown too large for its container. The same applies if the soil has become hydrophobic or depleted. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the process of repotting a peace lily from start to finish, so you can keep your plant happy. The post Peace Lily Maintenance: How to Repot Your Plant appeared first on Gardener’s Path.

  • 7 Types of Anthuriums to Grow as Houseplants
    by Rose Kennedy on January 14, 2022 at 7:00 pm

    Different types of anthurium houseplants offer dramatic foliage or long-lasting color. This guide introduces anthurium species that are most popular with indoor gardeners, including bird’s nest, velvet cardboard, and flamingo flowers. All of these tropical beauties thrive in high humidity with minimal care. The post 7 Types of Anthuriums to Grow as Houseplants appeared first on Gardener’s Path.

  • How to Collect and Plant Hydrangea Seeds
    by Heather Buckner on January 13, 2022 at 7:00 pm

    Hydrangeas are low maintenance flowering shrubs popular for their dramatic colorful blooms and bold green foliage. But can you grow them from seed? Depending on the variety, it may be possible. In this guide, we cover how to collect and save the seeds of your favorite hydrangeas for planting. Read more now. The post How to Collect and Plant Hydrangea Seeds appeared first on Gardener’s Path.

  • by Frederick Leeth on January 15, 2022 at 1:21 pm

    What is Seed Germination? Gardening is a pleasing activity. It boosts the happiness level as […]

  • by Frederick Leeth on January 15, 2022 at 12:06 pm

    A seed is an embryo plant and contains virtually all the materials and energy to start off a […]

  • by Frederick Leeth on January 14, 2022 at 12:38 am

    Do a Quick & Easy Seed Germination Test by Arzeena Hamir If the holidays have pretty much […]

  • by Frederick Leeth on January 3, 2022 at 8:22 pm

    No matter how much people try to encourage the wildlife to visit and live in their gardens. […]

  • by Frederick Leeth on January 3, 2022 at 8:09 pm

    Definition: A weed is a corn-fed lanky boy from the Midwest. He grew like a weed. He is as tall […]

  • by Frederick Leeth on January 3, 2022 at 12:58 pm

    Less than 3 years ago, researchers in South America discovered a new alternative to controlling […]

  • by Frederick Leeth on January 1, 2022 at 10:14 pm

    Watering houseplants properly, checking them for spider mites regularly, and ordering seeds […]

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