We all want our growing area to be full of wonderful rare species that bloom constantly and never need to be watered. But the reality is nature has a different story.
Every year, we spend countless hours making the decision on which plant to keep and which ones to pull out. Knowing some of the most common species of weeds that invade your garden will save you time and effort. Here is a list some of the most common weeds that most people do not want in their gardens: Continue reading →
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 →
Jasmine can be a great addition to your collection of indoor or outdoor plants as long as it is given the proper care. These magnificent plants can grow up to 15 feet tall, make your home or garden to smell amazing and produce flowers that you can turn into a delicious tea. Growing Jasmine is easy as long as you pay attention to its water, light and temperature requirements. Continue reading →
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, here is a wonderful heart-shaped flower to show your love to that special someone. I love giving and receiving live plants as gifts so they don’t die and you can watch how much it grows over time. The Bleeding Heart flower is a unique romantic choice. Continue reading →
Are you looking for a last-minute Valentine’s gift? Gift Anthurium! These large tropical flowers are the perfect heart-shaped flower for Valentine’s Day. They are commonly called flamingo flowers and are native to North and South America. Continue reading →
A flower made of miniature hearts? A timeless rose white small heat-shaped, white flowers, the Macartney Rose is a perfect living Valentine’s gift.
The large individual white flowers looks like single hearts put together. Each flower is made of small white hearts. 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 →