Gardening is an adventure, and whether you’re a beginner or veteran gardener, soon, you will have to brave the elements. These elements, such as temperature, humidity, weather, and sunlight are vital for gardening but essentially out of your control.
However, what if you can control the elements? Think of providing your favorite plants the particular kind of climate, environment, and amount of light that they would need to flourish. You can accomplish this through the use of growing tents. Additionally, you can do so in the comfort of your own home, wherever that may be.
However you may ask, “What exactly are growing tents and what do I need to know to start using them?”
I’m actually salivating just thinking about cilantro and all the dishes you could make with this amazing spice. This pungent herb has delicate green leaves and flavorful seeds that you may popularly know as coriander, though these two nomenclatures both refer to the plant itself.
However, the plant’s unique and generally strong flavor means you’ll either love this herb or hate it. For those who love it, though, having a potted cilantro in your kitchen is essential. Also, you don’t have to be a chef to grow cilantro indoors.
How long does it take to grow potatoes? I’m here to give you the answer! Plus, we’re going to briefly discuss the possible factors of delayed growth and proper care for this root crop vegetable.
OMG, how to get rid of potato bugs?! What can I do to stop them from growing? These are probably the questions you have been asking as a result of your reaction from the moment you saw those pests infesting your potato plants.
Relax. Chill. Don’t panic. I do understand your frustration but freaking out is not going to help either. Fortunately, this post is about the prevention of bugs in potatoes. Hopefully, you’re going to finish reading this post until the very last word.
You may have added a new member in your family just recently - a very cute, fluffy dog. As we all know, this popular pet requires proper and constant care. Training them to urinate (and defecate) is probably the toughest. It’s totally different from potty training in toddlers. Dogs don’t need any potty chair or the toilet for that matter.