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Beneficial Bugs

By | April 23rd, 2016|Garden 101, Garden Thoughts|

Fighting Bugs with...bugs? There is almost nothing more defeating then watching your garden (and all your hard work!) go to waste because of destructive garden bugs.  I have literally seen healthy crops of lettuce, tomatoes, strawberries and almost any plant, be destroyed within a few days from destructive garden pests.  Luckily, there are many beneficial bugs that [...]

Gardening Basics

By | April 22nd, 2016|Garden 101, Garden Thoughts|

Gardening Basics for Every Gardener Gardening is a pleasant hobby. A lot of folks love planting and looking after gardens as a leisure activity. This could be avenue for them to spend quality time with family or perhaps just relax.   However, in order for you to have a healthy and beautiful garden, you need to have [...]

Essential Oil Garden Recipes

By | April 16th, 2016|Essential Oils, Garden 101, Garden Thoughts|

Essential oils (EO) have been used for centuries for personal care and overall health and wellness.  Today, essential oils are rather abundant and can be found at many local supermarkets and health food stores.  Although many claim wonderful health benefits from the use of essential oils, little know of the amazing wonders it can do for your [...]

Essential Oils In The Garden

By | April 16th, 2016|Essential Oils, Garden 101, Garden Thoughts|

A Less Harmful Approach.. If you are looking for a way to keep your garden relatively insect and weed free without using nasty chemicals, then perhaps consider using some essential oils in your garden. There are many different types of essential oils, all of which can play a big part in up keeping your garden and [...]

Best “Soil Supplements”

By | April 9th, 2016|Garden 101, Garden Thoughts|

Soil Supplements The right mixture of different soil types will usually be enough to supply your plants with a stable foundation.  But certain plants have specific needs as to what nutrients are in the soil. For example, a flowering plant such as tomatoes need a high concentration of nitrogen during vegetative growth but high potassium and [...]

Different Types of Soil

By | April 9th, 2016|Garden 101, Garden Thoughts|

Soil is an absolutely integral component in the success of your farm or garden.  Soil provides plants with a foundation for root structures and a platform for them to receive their nutrients and water.  However, plants are very much like humans, they like to be comfortable.  A soil that is to firm and clumpy will hold [...]

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