Moringa trees products are one of the best sources of nutrition you can add to your diet. This tree originates in the foothills of the Himalayas and grows in a variety of different climates. It is drought tolerant and very forgiving when it comes to neglect. The only thing it can’t stand is freezing temperatures. It’s an easy plant to grow and will give you amazing nutritional benefits. Continue reading
Late winter into early spring can be a very exciting time to be connected to the outdoors. New growth can be seen on some plants while the daylight hours get longer and longer. The promise of a rich and bountiful growing season is right in front of us.
It is hard not to get a little bit antsy during this time of the year because it’s exciting to visualize the perfect set up for your growing space. Here are some tips on how to prepare your growing area to maximize the amount of fun and beauty you can have in the upcoming seasons! Continue reading
When life gives you lemons….Say thank you! This beautiful little Meyer Lemon tree was quite the surprise in the mail today! I timidly opened the package which had a huge stamp across the front announcing live plants. Continue reading
Covering your extra growing space with a groundcover can give the garden and the gardener many benefits. First, cover crops will block out sunlight and crowd bare soil preventing any invasive species or weeds from sprouting. The reduction in weeds also translates into less labor for the gardener and save a lot of time pulling out unwanted plants. Cover crops also help improve soil function. They help to build and stabilize the soil while also reducing water loss from evaporation. Depending on the types of plants you choose, they can also help to prevent pests and diseases from invading. Continue reading
Who says you can’t grow plants in the wintertime? Indoor gardening with the proper humidity and light can allow you to grow all kinds of plants even in the dead of winter. With the help of a germination tray and grow light, this provider bean is making moves in the middle of January.
After ordering organic provider beans online, we decided to give growing plants in the dead of winter a try. Continue reading