What to Prune When in Your Garden for the Healthiest Plants
Take the mystery out of when to prune your plants. Many trees, shrubs, and perennials can produce more blooms and stronger growth if you trim them at certain points during the year, so timing is everything for creating a healthier, more lush garden with your shears.
A Plant That Grows Everywhere. It Can Heal Tumors, Hypertension And Diabetes And You Didn’t Know This! - DayByDay Magazine
A Plant That Grows Everywhere. It Can Heal Tumors, Hypertension And Diabetes And You Didn’t Know This!
Pruning Raspberries, Blackberries and Gooseberries
Brambles are biennial plants with two types of canes: primocanes and floricanes. For fall-fruiting raspberries and blackberries, berries are harvested in August or September from 1-year-old canes called primocanes. For summer-fruiting brambles, primocanes are 1-year-old vegetative canes, and 2-year-old canes called floricanes produce the fruit. Canes that produce fruit die after the fruit matures and will need to be pruned. Various brambles are pruned differently, and some need to be tipped…
How and When to Harvest Rhubarb with Photos and Video
Learn how and when to pick rhubarb in this informative, step by step article. DO NOT wait for rhubarb to turn red. Learn all about what to look for.
20 Perennial Vegetables to Plant Once for Years of Bounty!
With the exception of asparagus, rhubarb and artichokes, most gardeners are unaware of the tasty, nutritious bounty that perennial vegetables can offer.