You should water your plants depending on the type of plants you're growing and the weather conditions in your area. If you are doing indoor gardening in the southern portions of the United States, you should...
It all depends on the variety of basil you're keeping. Please understand that basil is a member of the mint family, and there are many different varieties, sub-varieties, and hybrids of basil. You have to account for...
A popular choice for home gardeners, succulents are prized for their diverse, varying pigments, exotic appearance, and their ease of care. The Moonstone Succulent, scientific name Pachyphytum Oviferum, also known as the “Sugaralomond Plant,” is no exception. 
Microgreens are definitely the ‘in thing’ in today’s day and age. These young vegetable greens are becoming more popular because first of all, it’s nutritional and beautiful to garnish. And secondly, it’s very easy to grow them, without soil! Yes, you...
Lettuce is actually made up of a crown with leaves growing in waves radiating from that crown. If you are patient and you know where to cut, you can keep cutting the leaves as they grow further and further away...
How much cold can succulents tolerate? Well, there's a big difference between temperature tolerance and the ideal temperature for your succulent plants to look their very best. For example, in terms of Fahrenheit, if you want your...
What causes the leaves of your mint plant to turn yellow? The most likely causes are overly moist soil, over-watering, and not enough sunlight. Let's tackle each of these causes in order of probability. The most common...
As microgreens take America by storm, more and more people are putting these amazing superfoods into their salads and sandwiches. It seems that regardless of who you ask, more and more people are excited about microgreens. A...
If you have been growing basil in your garden for quite some time, you would notice that some plants would have leaves that have brown spots. You might be thinking that these leaves are automatically bad and that you shouldn't...
First-time gardeners can look forward to a fairly long list of plants that have proven themselves to be quite newbie-friendly. You don't necessarily have to have a green thumb to get into indoor gardening. As long...
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