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Low-Maintenance Annuals Even Beginners Can Grow


Gardening is a wonderful hobby that’s not only fun to do, but also unbelievably rewarding. Especially when you have the chance to see your garden flourish. But that’s where things get tricky. Because to get there, there is a certain understanding of plants and soil that you will have to posses. So it’s no surprise […]

Chaos Gardening: What It is and How You Can Use it For Your Benefit


Are you tired of constantly perfecting your garden? Let’s face it, it can take up so much of our energy. However, did you know that there is another, somewhat unconventional approach known as “Chaos Gardening?” While traditional gardening methods emphasize neat rows, careful spacing, and precise care routines, Chaos Gardening takes a different route. It […]

What to Plant in October: Fall Gardening Tips for a Colorful Harvest


If you ask me, October is the most magical month of the year. The leaves show their true colors, the air becomes chilly, and everything just smells so delicious. I will forever romanticize this month. However, there’s one part about it that I like better than all of the rest — gardening. Every seasoned gardener […]

Incorporating Mirrors Into Your Garden for an Illusion of Infinite Space


Are you looking for ways to make your outdoor space appear bigger? Then what better way is there to do that than by adding mirrors all over your garden? Even though this concept seems a bit unpractical at first, it’s a wonderful way to make any space look optically bigger. Once you place the mirrors […]

The World of Squashes: How Even Beginners Can Grow Them


Squashes are a delicious addition to any garden, especially if you’re someone who loves cooking with fresh and organic vegetables. However, they are not only incredibly useful to plant, but just as easy to grow. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or a novice with a passion for plants, you can’t go wrong with them. So […]

The Art of Pruning: Tips and Techniques for Healthy Garden Plants


Gardening is more than just a hobby. It’s a form of art. You, as a gardener, are an artist, and pruning is the gardening equivalent to meticulously selecting your brushstrokes on your garden canvas. I’ve phrased this a lot more complicated than it needed to be, but you get the gist — pruning is essential […]

Permaculture Gardening: Sustainable Practices for a Thriving Garden


Gardening is much more than just caring for plants. It’s a way for us to connect with nature. We learn to appreciate the gift of life and find a deeper understanding for mother earth. If you’re someone who values this approach, then you’ll probably also be interested in a gardening philosophy also famous as premaculture. […]

Shade-Loving Beauties: Plants to Thrive in Your Garden’s Shadier Spots


Having a sunny garden with lots of greenery is amazing. However, who says that all plants love lots of sunshine? Even though all green plants need sunlight to produce energy, there are some of them that prefer the shade and indirect light. This could be particularly interesting for people who have a garden with plenty […]

Must-Have Herbs for Your Kitchen Garden: Flavor and Freshness at Your Fingertips


Nothing can make a meal come together as easily as the right herbs and spices. They add vibrant flavors, while also making your culinary creations look and smell absolutely amazing. However, how annoying is it to be preparing a meal only to realize you don’t have the necessary herbs? This issue can be a thing […]

Beyond Flowers: Ornamental Grasses for Year-Round Garden Beauty


While flowers often take center stage in gardens, there exists a group of unsung heroes that can transform your outdoor haven into a year-round masterpiece – ornamental grasses. These graceful, often overlooked plants offer a dynamic range of textures, colors, and forms that can elevate your garden’s appeal throughout every season. However, as amazing and […]

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