Gardening Blog

  • Winter Gardening Blues
    Winter can be a difficult time for gardeners. The cold weather, short days, and lack of sunlight can make it hard to maintain a healthy garden. However, with a little extra care and attention, you can keep your plants thriving throughout the winter months. One of the biggest challenges of winter gardening is the cold weather. Frost can damage or kill delicate plants, so it’s important to protect them from the elements. This can be done by covering plants with blankets or plastic sheeting, or by moving them indoors if possible. Another challenge of winter gardening is the lack of… Read more: Winter Gardening Blues
  • Gardening as a Hobby
    Gardening is a hobby that many people enjoy, as it allows them to get outside and connect with nature while also being productive. Not only is gardening a great way to spend your time, but it can also have many benefits for your health and the environment. Here are just a few reasons why you should consider starting a garden of your own. First and foremost, gardening can provide a great source of fresh fruits and vegetables. Growing your own produce allows you to have control over what goes into your food, ensuring that it is free of pesticides and… Read more: Gardening as a Hobby
  • San Pedro Cactus Care
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  • Spring Garden Planning
    Most gardeners try their best to keep their green thumbs busy in the winter months. Some take up indoor hobbies like knitting and woodworking, spending hours in their basement rec rooms; others take on outdoor projects like maintaining their above-ground gardens, mowing their lawn, or constructing cold frames. But, for many gardeners, winter brings with it a feeling of dread and loss, a feeling of life being on pause. These gardeners are in need of some winter garden inspiration, and they’re in luck. I’m feeling the winter blues. It is cold out, and I can’t wait for spring. My garden,… Read more: Spring Garden Planning
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