Lack of pollination is the main reason for poor yield in pumpkins, so we like to plant companion plants for pumpkins that attract bees as well as plants that support healthy growth.
Companion plants for melons are plants that support the growth of melons and deter pests from them. There are so many wonderful growing combinations in the garden.
How can you get rid of slugs naturally? Slugs can eat everything in sight. Diatomaceous earth can help get rid of slugs permanently.
Companion plants for cucumbers are plants that support the growth of cucumbers and deter pests from them. There are so many wonderful growing combinations in the garden.
Getting kids outside for garden activities makes learning fun. The garden is full of learning and adding pre-planned activities helps kids learn even more.
Wreaths dress up your home and can be useful as well. Check out how to make a wreath out of herbs for your kitchen.
A great way to get started with gardening is to try bucket gardening. There is no weeding and it’s a small space to keep up with while you’re learning how to grow things yourself.
Companion planting carrots can make them and what you combine them with grow healthier, with fewer pests, and even tastier. Find out what grows best with carrots.
Companion plants for squash can be a number of different plants that have properties that help squash grow and prevent pests from bothering them.
There’s a time of the year when produce from your garden is drowning you from every side. What do you do with all the excess tomatoes your garden produces?