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Hoang Quang

Hello! I’m Quang Hoang and Grow Gardener is my little nook for all the adventures, and occasional misadventures, on my journey in gardening! As I continue to awaken life in little seeds and struggle to keep flora alive, I’ll be here sharing with all of you what I’ve learned! Join me in my little garden, and let’s grow together.

How to Propagate in Perlite Successfully – 8 Incredible Tips

Traditionally, the most widely used medium for growing plants is soil. However, several growing mediums can be used to grow plants and successfully sustain them. One such medium is perlite which has become widely popular among gardeners. Perlite is an amorphous and granular form of volcanic glass. Perlite is porous and can retain a lot …

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How to Care for a Kokedama Plant – 3 Excellent Tips

Kokedama is a unique gardening technique that originates from Japan. Kokedama is a Japanese term that means “moss ball” in English. Kokedama constitutes a ball made of soil wrapped with moss and used to grow ornamental plants. Gardeners are learning Kokedama for its unique and appealing appearance, making it perfect for adorning indoor spaces. Stay …

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How To Fix A Leaning Fiddle Leaf Fig – 7 Reasons With Solutions

The Fiddle Leaf Fig, also known as Ficus lyrata, is a beautiful plant and one of the most popular plants in the world. The plant is native to Africa but has been introduced to different parts of the world. Fiddle Leaf Fig is easy to grow and needs very little maintenance, but it can be prone …

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How to Apply Sluggo Like a Pro – 14 Helpful Directions

Slugs and snails can be valuable in cleaning up the waste, dead, and rotting garden debris. As they consume the waste, they provide the fertilizer rich in nitrogen that helps your plants grow. A small population of slugs can help make your garden thrive. However, if their population increases uncontrollably, they pose a serious threat. …

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Should You Get the Wooden Double Glider Swing for Your Garden?

While shopping for an outdoor swing set you may notice there are many options to choose from, however it doesn’t have to be difficult to find the right one for you. Whether you’re looking for a single swing set or a double glider swing set, here is a breakdown on how to find the perfect …

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When Can You Walk On New Sod? Answering 6 Frequently Asked Questions!

After days of planning and struggling for a fresh new lawn, the thing you would least like to do is ruin it just because you could not wait. Your lawn must be looking ready to be used, but this might not be the case in actuality. If this is the first time you are working …

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Why Are My Iris Bulbs Coming Out Of The Ground – Top 2 Reasons Behind?

The winters are over and now the spring season is approaching. Nothing makes a gardener happier than the spring season when their wait ends and now they can see their flowers bloom. But is this not the case with you? Rather than being excited, you’re worried about your iris plant? If this is the case …

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What Causes Mealy Tomatoes? (6 Things To Avoid!)

Studies show that 9 out of 10 home gardeners plant tomatoes in their gardens. There is nothing better than juicy, red tomatoes straight out of your home garden. Fruits like tomatoes are a part of our daily diets due to their high nutritional value. They are loaded with lycopene and provide us with antioxidant protection.

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5 Reasons Behind Why Are My Green Onions Falling Over?

Did you plant green onions in your garden for the first time and now their leaves have begun falling over? And now you’re worried about why are my green onions falling over? It is very natural for a new gardener to become worried about such problems. Especially when you have no idea why are my …

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Why Are My Sunflower Leaves Turning Black? (4 Ways To Save Your Plant!)

Sunflowers are garden-friendly and easy to grow flowers. Most gardeners enjoy planting sunflowers due to their daisy-looking features, broad leaves, and vibrant yellow color. Adding to their physical features, they have a rough hairy stem and are an annual herb. Although sunflowers are adaptable and easy to grow, still they are susceptible to around thirty …

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5 Easy Houseplants for Beginners

Indoor houseplants serve many purposes. Aside from being nice to look at, they have many surprising benefits. Among their perks, indoor plants have excellent health benefits. Being around nature boosts your mental and emotional health. People who work from home could undoubtedly use the serotonin boost plants provide.

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How to Care for Rose in Water Globe – 4 Awesome Tricks and Tips

Roses are one of the most popular and widely loved flowers. Roses are an excellent gift, given their beautiful vibrant colors, enchanting fragrance, and symbolizing love. We all love growing roses in our gardens and flower pots, but you can take it up a notch and get creative. You can grow fresh roses and preserve …

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Why Are My Compost Worms Dying? (3 common reasons)

So, you have taken up vermicomposting to ensure your garden is filled with nutrients? This is great as composting with worms which can be much better than normal composting. Composting is a decomposition process of leftover organic materials, like food scraps and leaves, to produce decomposed material filled with nutrients for your garden. In normal …

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Why Is My Rhubarb So Small? (7 possibilities & solutions)

If you are a rhubarb enthusiast, your summers are incomplete without the home-baked pies and jams. Their stems come packed with sweet and tart flavors and make for a great ingredient in these goodies. Suppose you are hosting a housewarming party to show off your baking skills. Your secret weapon is the Rhubarb’s stalk, but …

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Why Is My Compost Not Getting Hot? (3 Main Reasons)

Why is my compost not getting hot? This question is not uncommon in people who have just started composting in their gardens. Compost is a great way to add organic nutrients to the soil, help it retain moisture, and keep the plant diseases at bay, all while utilizing the waste from your kitchens effectively. Composting …

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Why Are My Potato Plants Falling Over? (Top 3 Causes)

Potatoes are a staple food in the diet of several different cultures worldwide. It is incredibly delicious, but it also goes well with most other foods and dishes, whether you are making rice or a hot cup of soup. So, it is no surprise if you decide to grow your potatoes at home in your …

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Why Are Tomato Seeds Green? (3 Major Reasons & Solutions)

Tomatoes are one of the most popular parts of a home vegetable or fruit garden. While they are very commonly grown, it is no easy job to take care of the tomatoes. Tomatoes are very sensitive plants and are prone to attack by bacteria and viruses. As a result, you can see the skin or …

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Learn How to Bypass a Kill Switch on a Snowblower with 4 Helpful Steps

A snow blower is a tool used to get rid of excess snow from unwanted areas such as driveways, sidewalks, roads, railway tracks, yards, gardens, etc. a snowblower usually works on electric power or a gasoline or diesel engine. Snowblowers range in various sizes that can remove snow between a few inches to a few …

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