Pomegranates are a favorite of many because of its exquisite taste, perhaps, like cherries or cranberries. It is a bit messy, though, when you eat the seeds in it. If you are also fond of eating them, the best thing you can do about it is growing them in your own yard. You can eat them anytime you want! Isn’t that nice?
So, you started growing them, provided the nutrients your pomegranates need, waited for a couple of days or weeks and now you are ready for the harvest season! But, how can you really tell if a pomegranate is ripe? We would be happy to share some helpful tips!Continue reading
This article uncovers the average time for every type of seed to sprout, what you should know more about germination and the factors that affect the germination process.
Do you know when your seeds will sprout?
One of the most exciting phases of growing plants is to see the very first sprout in your seeds. Fascinating, isn’t it? It just only shows that, perhaps, you have done the right process of growing your plants. However, there might be times where the germination of the seeds don’t take place all at once – some have already started sprouting while the others haven’t yet. Could there be anything wrong with the process?
Tomatoes are one of the best fruits to grow in your backyard. The nutritious content, such as lycopene, offers a lot of health benefits. It is also among the staple ingredients for spaghetti, ketchup, salsa sauce and many other appetizing dishes. These could be some of the reasons why you have decided to grow tomatoes in your very own yard.
Its exceptional substance, Lycopene, is quite noticeable on tomatoes because of their bright red pigment, and with such trait, you’ll know your tomatoes are growing healthy, ripened and can be picked in its due season. So, what if they still do not turn red and have not ripened yet? Why do your tomatoes not ripen as quickly as they should be? Are there any other ways to ripen your tomatoes quickly?Continue reading
Your led grow lights high times can be your best friend or your worst enemy when it comes to growing plants. I know this for sure because I have tried and tested different kinds of products and I got all sorts of results. Some plants were able to thrive successfully, while others died in the process.
I know I am not the only one who have this kind of experience and that is why I would like to discuss the importance of knowing how many watts per plant is best.Continue reading
Are you one of those lavender fanatics? Yes? Well, this one’s for you. This article will also give you tips on how to grow and care for these beautiful flowering plants.
Lavender is one of those plants that can stimulate the sense of sight, smell and touch at the same time. It is not surprising to meet people getting very excited and inquire to me questions like “When does a lavender bloom?” all the time. And because of that frequently asked question, I decided to create an article entirely for lavender data.Continue reading
Mexican cuisine is one of the most scrumptious dishes I have ever tried. The combination of the different vegetables and fruits in one dish brings out an exceptional flavor. I am not actually a huge fan of spicy dishes, but Pico De Gallo’s become my personal favorite. I love to pair it with my tacos or a pack of corn chips! The juices from chopped tomatoes, onions, serrano peppers, coriander leaves all jive in. It is like bursts of sweet, spicy and sour flavors that define the authentic taste of Mexican cuisine. The touch of spice from the serrano peppers are definitely a winner!
And so I decided to grow my own serrano peppers. I have got to wait for quite a long time until the harvest season comes. The ripening and harvest sometimes vary, particularly when the temperature or season is unpredictable. If you’re dealing with the same thing, I know you’re dying to know when to pick serrano peppers. So, when is the best time to harvest? How would you know if your serrano peppers are ready to pick? I’d love to share you some tips!Continue reading
I have loved the green scenery since I was a child and I know most of my readers do too. It has such a calming effect that I eventually nurtured the act of gardening deep within me. However, there are some things that we cannot appreciate if they’re in excess.
My friends and I would often discuss how to kill dallisgrass because a simple weed removal tool would not be enough to get rid of it anymore. This is the brainchild of this article. I would like to share with you, my readers, the most effective strategies I have learned to eliminate dallisgrass. This is dedicated primarily to my friends who reside in the southern part of the States.Continue reading
Trees are very important to us but their numbers are decreasing as time goes by. One of the major problems of the world would be air pollution and trees can help us combat that concern. This is why it is salient to learn how to save a dying tree.
A properly nourished tree will appear to be full of life: producing luscious fruits and beautiful flowers like mums or lavender. Aside from that, you can see that the leaves are producing dynamic green colors. The leaves together with the branches are not dry and wilted.Continue reading
Tomatoes, ah! This luscious fruit (yes, although it has seeds) is one of my favorites. Wouldn’t it be amazing if you can grow them in your backyard and have an unlimited supply? I know it is for the fact that I planted them in my garden, apart from mums and sage. Did you know that these plants actually have a secret technique when planting (i.e. knowing how far apart to plant tomatoes) so that they can produce plump and huge fruits? Well, I am happy to inform you that this blog will give you loads of info about planting, caring and growing tomatoes.Continue reading
Chayote or chayote squash is often found in many local and imported dishes. It can be fried, sautéed, eaten raw or cooked however you prefer to. Cooking with chayote would seem effortless yet it brings out a flavorful taste. It is somehow crispy and juicy and its mild sweetness lingers on your every bite. The taste is a bit like between a cucumber and potato and sort of a crisp pear. Incredibly delish!
If you love chayote as much as I do, you might be wondering how you can grow it in your own yard. Planting and gardening might require more of your time, but does not mean it’s always tough. The process can be trouble-free. And if you are planning to plant a chayote, there are definitely simple and easy ways to do so.Continue reading