One of the most hazardous things that can happen to your plants is weather. Many a garden has been demolished overnight because of this phenomenon. And seemingly, there is nothing we can do to prevent it. Of course, if weather didn’t exist at all then we wouldn’t have those nice sunny days that are beneficial to the growth of our plants. But then again, we wouldn’t have the tragic hailstorms that tear down everything we’ve worked for so many hours to grow.
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Most people spend a great deal of time and effort planning their summer gardens. Whether you are planning a summer garden that is designed to awe and amaze all those who manage to capture a glimpse or simply trying to Read the rest of this entry »
Autumn can yield good vegetables, provided you select the right varieties and plant them in appropriate time according to the farm calendar. There are a number of varieties which will grow in the open and may require Read the rest of this entry »
Growing your own garden is a wonderful way to improve home and health. Tasty fresh vegetables or colorful flowers surely improve one’s health and outlook on life. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Green Thumb Gardener | Posted in Organic Gardening, Vegetable Garden | Posted on 19-06-2010
When I started vegetable gardening I was a mere seven years old. I would go out and help my dad turn the soil over, plants some seeds, even bury the food waste in the backyard. Of course back then burying food waste was an oddity in society, whereas today it is not only accepted Read the rest of this entry »