Where to Cut Roses to Help Them Grow Bushy and Flower More: After blooming, cut just above an eye (shown in pic). In early spring, you cut the roses all the way down, just above ground at the third eye…
How to: Grow a Year-Round Salad Garden
How to: Grow a Salad Garden in a 2' x 2' box. Experiment: how many of these would I need to feed myself? Note: if making more than one, leave out the carrots and radishes. Replace some chard with kale. Add green onions.
Food to grow indoors! Starting a garden can be intimidating (or downright impossible if you don't have a yard), but that doesn't mean homegrown produce is out of the question. We’ve rounded up 16 healthy (simple) plants that grow well indoors.
If you're beginning your first garden, help yourself avoid the feeling of being overwhelmed with weeding and general maintenance. You can grow a surprising amount of food in a bed that's 10 to 12 square feet.
Use toilet paper rolls to start your plants Carrots are simple to sprout in any container deep enough to accommodate the roots. Starting carrot seeds indoors is an easy way to protect seedlings and get a head start on spring planting.