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Did you know that planting flowers in your vegetable garden will help increase fruit and vegetable production? 🤔 Some flowers and vegetables have a symbiotic relationship. 😮 This means that they protect or encourage each other to be healthier and have greater growth. 🌱 If you haven’t discovered the benefits of companion planting for yourself, we invite you to give it a try! Check our article for a guide to companion planting ❤️
When planting cover crops, it's important to understand your garden's specific needs. ❤️ If you're looking for a quick maturing pest subduer, mustard and radish seeds would each be wonderful choices! ☺️ Check our website for more info on cover crops for your garden, and what can help you during the off season 😉
Knowing the pH of your water is a great idea. Not only for drinkning, but for gardening as well! 💧 Your microgreens will do much better if you balance the pH of the water you use to water them. Most city tap water has a ph of 7 to 8 which is too alkaline. You will be more successful if you adjust the pH of your water to a slightly acidic pH closer to 6 🌱 Check our website for detailed instructions, pH balancing supplies, and more. ❤️
The unrelenting heat of late summer is here 😔 and nowhere do we notice it more than in our gardens. Seasonally, taking care of your garden is of the utmost importance to prevent your plants from wilting and becoming dehydrated during months of extreme heat. 🌱 More on our website ❤️
Similar to aphids, spider mites can be one of the most bothersome pests throughout the world, especially during the warmest months of the year. 😔 However, unlike other garden pests, spider mites are actually tiny spiders belonging to the class of Arachnids 🕷️ and are more closely related to ticks and scorpions than they are to aphids or mealybugs. 😟 If they're ~bugging~ you, head on over to our Pest Guide on Spiter Mites to find help 😌
Rhubarb is one plant that many people have had at least once, thanks to their grandmothers. 😂 But did you know it has a wide variety of uses? You can add it to anything from a drink to a dessert, salad, sauces, salsas, and cocktails! Check out article to see all our favorite uses for this greatly misunderstood veggie ❤️
Have you ever found yourself completely exhausted from sitting at a desk all day for work? Us too. The good news is that we don’t have to feel that way ❤️ To help your mind stay energized and awake all day, you can utilize the natural benefits plants provide. Trust us, you can't go wrong with adding a bit of life to your enviornment 🌱
Have you ever tried gardening vertically? 🤔 Any garden can benefit from having at least a few plants grow vertically for an easier harvest and variety in visual interest. 💚 The possibilities are quite endless, with tunnels, arches and towers coming to mind as decor. 🤭 Check our article to see what vertical gardening can do for you!
There are a few different types of herb bundles with their own individual purposes. Mainly, they center on healing, culinary, and decorative uses. One of the most common in the healing category are smudge sticks / cleaning stick bundles which are traditionally rooted in indigenous rituals. ❤️ Regardless of your reasoning, we've got you covered. Check our website for more info on herb bundles, and how you can impliment them into your own life! 🌿
Yes! You absolutely can grow sunflowers late in the summer as long as you have enough days left in the season before the first fall frost comes. 🌻 Sunflowers are typically known as a late summer bloom, however, they play a big role in the fall as well. It's not hard to see why these gorgeous late harvests are a hit! We've recommended some of our favorites for late summer planting. Head on over to our website to see! 💛
Teaching children about gardening not only will increase their knowledge about plant biology and the Earth 🌎 but will also increase their self-esteem and self-confidence. At times, it can become a difficult task to get your child to want to garden. However, there is hope! We have found that by trying a few specific techniques, you can get your children interested in (and even excited about) gardening. 🌱 Check our article for our favorite tips! ☺️