How To Multiply Your Tomato Plants
It all starts from the mother plant, so you need a good quality organic tomato plant that is the cordon type, not the bush variety. This means they grow upwards from a central stem with side branches which bear long trusses of tomatoes. This type of plant needs support from a sturdy cane and to be tied in at regular intervals as it grows upwards. The side suckers appear at the junction between the main stem and the side branches, and if left to grow the plant puts too much energy into leaf…
Can my dog eat Lemon?
Can my dog eat lemon? No, you should not feed lemons to your dog. Can my puppy eat lemons? No, puppies should never eat lemons. Lemons contain certain compounds, such as psoralen and limonene, that are toxic to dogs. Small amounts will not hurt your dog; however, if he accidentally eats lemons or drinks their juice, he could develop gastrointestinal problems or even develop lemon poisoning.
How to Grow Spinach in Pots |Container Vegetable Gardening
Learn how to spinach in pots, it is one of the vegetables that you can grow in some shade and in any kind of space. Growing spinach in containers is easy too, you can even grow it indoors on a windowsill.
Can my dog eat English peas or peas?
Can my dog eat English peas? Yes, he sure can! In fact, peas are highly recommended as a healthy snack for your pup. He can eat them raw or cooked but be sure to first remove the pod. The pea pod poses a choking hazard to dogs. And avoid serving canned peas to your pup, as these are not as healthy.
How to Plant and Grow Beetroot Successfully * The Homesteading Hippy
Everything you need to know about planting, caring, harvesting, preserving and even cooking beetroot in your garden.
Can my dog eat Parsley?
Can my dog eat parsley? Yes! And can my puppy eat parsley? Again, yes! Parsley is also healthy for dogs. It can help relieve your pup’s arthritis, fight urinary tract infections, and can even help with preventing cancer. It’s best to give your fur baby dried parsley, though it’s also safe to use fresh leaves or even make a tea for him. Dried parsley can easily be mixed in with your pup’s normal dog food.
How to Grow CHILLIES at Home!
How to Grow CHILLIES at Home!: This is a simplified step-by-step photographic instructable on how to grow your own chilli peppers at home!Chillies are extremely simple to grow at home, and don't require any fancy gardening equipment. Since a single plant can give you upto a hundr…
Chickweed Pesto: Wild Greens Superfood Recipe
Chickweed is a very nutritious wild green weed and pesto is a delicious way to enjoy it! Go foraging for some chickweed this spring, and then make this amazing supergreen chickweed pesto recipe. #pesto #foragedfood
Indoor Gardening & Hydroponics : Patio, Lawn & Garden : Amazon.com
Missing your garden at this time of the year? Here are 10 edible plants to grow indoors via @tipsaholic #plants #garden #indoorplants
Can my dog eat Savoy Cabbage?
Can my dog eat savoy cabbage? Can my puppy eat savoy cabbage? Yes! Savoy cabbage can be a healthy addition to your dog’s diet. Savoy cabbage can be cooked or fed raw to your dog. While cabbage is generally safe for dogs, there’s something to keep in mind. Cabbage contains a compound called thiocyanate, which suppresses the thyroid gland.
15 Vegetables & Herbs You Can Buy Once and Regrow Forever - Homeschool Giveaways
Saving money and regrowing vegetables doesn't have to be complicated. Check out these easy, easy ways to buy once and regrow vegetables and herbs forever!
Growing and harvesting sorrel at home - Maker gardener
How to grow and havesting sorrel at home. Learn how to grow this easy to grow herb/ vegetable plant at home. #growingsorrel #redveinsorrel
Grow Herbs Indoors: 5 Herbs that Thrive Inside
I've experimented with ways to grow herbs indoors during the winter. Here are 5 herbs that can grow successfully with low light and cooler temperatures.