4 gardening mistakes you shouldn’t do anymore

Are you passionate about gardening and you’re doing everything you can to make your plants grow beautiful and harmonious, however things don’t go the way you expected? Here are the most common mistakes all gardeners make! Planting randomly Planting is one of the most important gardening processes. Before planting you …

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How To Grow Ginger Indoors ?

Ginger root is used worldwide in cuisine for its flavor and aroma. Moreover, this plant is also known for its medicinal properties, with antibacterial, antiviral and antioxidant effects. This plant, so appreciated around the world can easily be grown in pots. Here’s how to do this. You need: -a fresh …

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Beneficial insects for your garden

Aphids, caterpillars, lice and other pests are happily waiting to attack your vegetables and flowers. You armed yourself with insecticides, but over time they lost their effectiveness or they start contaminating your plants. What do you have to do? A new control method Biological control started to be put into …

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Top 3 plants easy to grow in your apartment

Rubber ficus Rubber ficus got its name from the milky and sticky sap which is produced if it’s scratched. Its dark-green leaves, large and glossy make it very stately. As it grows the rubber ficus turns into big and beautiful plant. Seflera Also called the “umbrella tree”, seflera has glossy …

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10 air purifying plants for your home

Plants generate vibrant energies and they are part of your home Feng Shui. Beyond that, plants purify the indoor air. According to several studies, some conducted even at NASA most plants remove up to 87% of air toxins, filter pollutants and carbon dioxide, releases oxygen and increases the humidity. Here …

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How and when to prune plants

Annual plant pruning in your garden or pots is useful for its correct growth. To ensure a healthy plant development, keep in mind the following schedule: January – fruit trees (if it’s not too cold); February – all shrubs that don’t bloom in early spring and grape vines; March – …

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How to use tobacco as a pesticide

When flowers are invaded by white fleas you certainly appeal to insecticides. However, an eco-friendly method and very healthy for plants is tobacco. You can get it from 2-3 cigarettes and prepare an infusion in 200ml of water. Allow the liquid to cool then pour it in a sprayer. Spread …

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How to protect the soil against drought and weeds

Mulch is an organic layer, such as straw, leaves, vegetable scraps or sawdust, which is applied over the soil surface to retain moisture by reducing evaporation, to prevent weed growth, but also to ensure, through decomposition, nutrients for the plants. You can use lots of materials Mulching the soil is …

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What’s your plant disease and how to treat it ?

Diseased plants may have lots of symptoms, from stained leaves and rotten fruits to wilting or death. As you can tell if your plants are “sick” note some signs: Mane: leaves, flowers, stems and branches wilt or wither and die suddenly. It might be gray mold (produced by fungi) or …

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Mandatory gardening activities in July

Each month has its specific plan when it comes to gardening, so here are the main activities of mandatory gardening in July. In what concerns gardening, July is not a very busy month because flowers slow down their growth and you start collecting fruits and vegetables. There are several gardening …

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