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Tips For Your Organic Garden

by Thomas Verdin 0 Comments
Tips For Your Organic Garden
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Whether you are already a veteran gardener or somebody new, there is always something unique and new to learn to make your gardening experience better. Today, we will share various tips that you can do to help you when it comes to improving your gardening skills.

Eggshell Pots

Many do not know that eggshells are rich in nutrients such as magnesium and calcium that can help plants to grow healthy. To use the shells, you can fill them with soil and put the seedlings.

Cooking Water

You will be surprised to know that cooking water can help to make your plants thrive. This gardening hack will not only add nutrition to the plants but also prevents you from wasting water. To do this method, just let the water cool down after boiling eggs or vegetables then use it. This acts as a fertilizer to the plant.

DIY Weed Killer

If you are not keen on using chemicals for your garden, Vinegar is the best ingredient that you should use. Vinegar will act as a multipurpose agent that deters pests, removes weeds, and helps nourish plants. To make this, just add a tablespoon of liquid soap in a gallon of vinegar that is mixed with one cup of salt. However, you should avoid using vinegar that is highly concentrated to keep your plants safe. It should be used every two weeks to kill the weed completely. Spray only in affected areas.

Coffee Grounds

Plants also need caffeine, not to wake them up but to have better growth. Coffee grounds are used on the soil as a fertilizer for better moisture and also attracts earthworms. You can either use an unused or used coffee ground depending on the plant that you plan on growing.

Grow Your Vegetables Indoors This Winter

by Thomas Verdin 0 Comments
Grow Your Vegetables Indoors This Winter
Selection of fresh vegetables in metal wire basket

Are you wondering if it is possible to grow your own vegetables this winter? With the right attention and care, you can definitely do that. If you have limited room but are really eager to grow your own green, just find a sunny area and you are good to go.

The plants where leaves are used are usually better when grown indoors than fruit-bearing plants. A vegetable garden indoors may sometimes have the impression that it is an exhausting task. The simplest way to do this is to start little and expand gradually as you continue.

Starting with salad greens and herbs is a good idea as they are easier to manage. For this reason, it is a wise idea to get a growing light as it helps to grow your vegetables indoors. Get your garden to grow, take advantage of your greens, and inspire others with the skill that you acquired.

Winter season does not have to hinder you from starting your own vegetable garden, starting one will not only allow you to keep yourself busy during the gloomy days, but it will also nourish you and your family by having fresh produce. Also, you will be able to save up money during the process.