Container Gardening for Small Spaces

Got a bucket? Speed ​​up the composting process with bokashi

It’s no secret that the key to healthy plants is healthy soil, and the best way to improve soil is by incorporating compost, which can take up to a year to make. Bokashi is also a composting method that can speed that up. It uses an inoculant developed in Japan in the 1980s containing beneficial …

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Got a bucket? Speed ​​up the composting process with bokashi

It’s no secret that the key to healthy plants is healthy soil, and the best way to improve soil is by incorporating compost, which can take up to a year to make. Bokashi is also a composting method that can speed that up. It uses an inoculant developed in Japan in the 1980s containing beneficial …

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Tom Karwin, On Gardening | Celebrating the turn of the seasons – Santa Cruz Sentinel

Gardeners might aspire to the development of an all-season garden, selecting plants for their bloom times. That can be a challenging goal in plant selection, given the several considerations in garden design: climate, exposure, mature size, bloom color, foliage texture, etc. If you are pursuing the design of an all-season garden, best wishes and more …

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Got a bucket? Speed ​​up the composting process with bokashi

It’s no secret that the key to healthy plants is healthy soil, and the best way to improve soil is by incorporating compost, which can take up to a year to make. Bokashi is also a composting method that can speed that up. It uses an inoculant developed in Japan in the 1980s containing beneficial …

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Here’s When It’s Time to Repot an Indoor Plant

Photo: sand pan (Shutterstock) Caring for houseplants might seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Repotting is a simple step you can take to keep your indoor plants healthy by reinvigorating the soil and boosting available nutrients. You can also repot to transition a plant into a larger pot if it’s showing signs that …

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Kathy’s Gardening Guide: Holiday Gift Ideas for the Gardener

By Kathy Esfahani The holiday season is in full swing! As you think of your family, friends and others in your life, it is often challenging to find the perfect gift for everyone on your list. The following ideas are suitable and thoughtful for the gardener you know! Birdhouses are a wonderful addition to a …

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Aloe, nature’s burn ointment, is easy to grow, care for | Kpcnews

Grow your own burn ointment by adding Aloe vera to your indoor plant collection. This succulent has been used for centuries to treat superficial burns, cuts, sunburns, and more. The gel inside the leaves is the medicinal part of the plant. Just cut away the outer part of the leaf and use only the gel …

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Got a bucket? Speed ​​up the composting process with bokashi | Lifestyles

It’s no secret that the key to healthy plants is healthy soil, and the best way to improve soil is by incorporating compost, which can take up to a year to make. Bokashi is also a composting method that can speed that up. It uses an inoculant developed in Japan in the 1980s containing beneficial …

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