How To Grow And Use Spring Onions

How To Grow And Use Spring Onions
It’s spring and the garden or farmer’s market is brimming with fresh, tender, delicious veggies. One of the most versatile is the spring onion. Spring onions (Allium fistlosum) look much akin to scallions, but they have a small onion bulb at the base. They are a product of many different onion varietals and can be... 
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How To Grow and Care For Lilies In Containers

How To Grow and Care For Lilies In Containers
Container gardening is gaining more and more popularity because not everyone has a garden, and such gardening is suitable for balconies and terraces, and because it’s much easier to change a composition in a container than in the ground. Today we’ll have a look how to plant lilies in containers in case you want some.... 
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How To Grow And Care For Oregano In Your Garden

How To Grow And Care For Oregano In Your Garden
Culinary oregano is a signature flavor of many Italian, Mexican and Spanish dishes, and you can easily grow it in the home garden to use for cooking. Growing oregano is easy! Plants can be started from seeds, divisions or cuttings. Oregano seeds require some light to germinate, so cover only slightly with soil. Start seeds indoors and... 
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How To Create A Small Rose Container Garden

How To Create A Small Rose Container Garden
If you have a limited space and you want to create a small rose garden there then growing roses in containers is the best option for you. Size of the container should be medium to large to grow rose bushes. Larger varieties require extensive, deep pot with a minimum diameter of 40 cm, with large... 
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How To Select, Care And Re-Bloom Your Easter Lily

How To Select, Care And Re-Bloom Your Easter Lily
Easter Lilies, (Lilium longiflorum), with their large, white, trumpet-shaped flowers and wonderful fragrance are a traditional Easter time treat. Here are some tips for choosing lily plants that will last through the holiday season and beyond. Choose a plant with flowers and buds in various stages of development, preferably from tight bud to partially opened... 
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How To Take Care Of Orchid Plants Indoors

How To Take Care Of Orchid Plants Indoors
Orchids are some of the most commonly grown houseplants. Provided they have proper growing conditions, it isn’t difficult to learn how to take care of orchid plants. Most orchids require moist, well-draining conditions. There are several types of growing media that can be used with orchid plants—redwood or fir bark, sphagnum peat moss, rocks, cork,... 
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How To Grow The Earliest Spring Bulbs, Snowdrops

How To Grow The Earliest Spring Bulbs, Snowdrops
In cold climates, snowdrops (Galanthus) are often the first flowers to bloom – and a welcome sight they are. Their tiny, drooping flowers and grass-like foliage give the plant the appearance of delicacy, but snowdrops are hardy plants, often poking up and blooming despite the snow remaining on the ground. Snowdrops may take a while... 
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When And How To Harvest Horseradish Root

When And How To Harvest Horseradish Root
If you are a lover of all things spicy, you should be growing your own horseradish. Horseradish is cultivated for its pungent root. The plant is a large leaved herb that thrives in full sun but tolerates some shade. Plant horseradish in the spring as soon as the soil can be worked. Prepare the soil... 
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How To Grow Your Own Moss Outside

How To Grow Your Own Moss Outside
Moss looks wonderful in the garden, especially on rocks and rock walls. It gives any garden a sense of age and weight. How can you grow it yourself? Mosses like moisture, shade and generally prefer an acidic soil (5.0 – 6.0). Partial to full shade is essential. The easiest way to get a patch of... 
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How To Grow Carrots From Carrot Tops

How To Grow Carrots From Carrot Tops
Let’s grow carrot tops! One of the easiest plants for a young gardener to grow, carrot tops make pretty houseplants for a sunny window and their fern-like foliage is beautiful in an outdoor container garden. First off, a word of caution; when we say you can grow carrots from carrots, we mean the plant, not... 
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