Gardening

Grow a Bountiful Brussels Sprout Harvest This Season

Grow a Bountiful Brussels Sprout Harvest This Season

Brussels sprouts are a cool weather crop that can extend your harvest season into the late fall and early winter months. These miniature cabbages produce dozens of small, edible buds along a thick stem. With proper care and timing, it’s easy to grow a bountiful harvest of brussels sprouts in your own backyard. Brussels sprouts…

How To Revive A Dying Cilantro Plant   

How To Revive A Dying Cilantro Plant   

If you’re like me and love using fresh herbs in your cooking, then having a thriving cilantro plant at home is a must. But what do you do when your beloved cilantro starts to look a little under the weather? Don’t panic! Just because it’s wilting or turning yellow doesn’t mean it’s past saving. In…

Hostas Under Pine Trees - Is It Good?   

Hostas Under Pine Trees – Is It Good?   

There’s something incredibly serene about a lush garden, and I’ve always found that hostas have their own unique charm. These leafy perennials are not only captivating to look at, but they’re also perfect for those tricky spots under pine trees where many plants struggle to thrive. Here is a table explaining how to grow hostas…

How To Tell If Orchids Are Over Or Under Watered With Photos   

How To Tell If Orchids Are Over Or Under Watered With Photos   

Orchids are beautiful, exotic plants that can bring a touch of the tropics into your home. However, they’ve earned a reputation for being finicky and difficult to care for – particularly when it comes to watering. It’s not always easy to tell if you’re giving your orchid too much or too little water, but there…

How To Revive A Dying Hibiscus   

How To Revive A Dying Hibiscus   

Have you ever noticed your hibiscus plant looking a bit under the weather? It’s heartbreaking to see any plant, especially an exotic beauty like the hibiscus, start to wilt and fade. I’ve been in this situation too, and let me tell you – there’s hope. It may seem challenging at first, but with some patience…

Sunflower Dying How To Revive It   

Sunflower Dying How To Revive It   

Sunflowers, with their bright yellow petals and towering stems, are a joy to behold. But what do you do when your sunflower starts showing signs of distress? It’s heartbreaking to see them wilt or droop. I’ve been there too, feeling helpless as I watched my once vibrant sunflowers lose their sparkle. Don’t despair though! There…

How To Revive A Dying Mint Plant   

How To Revive A Dying Mint Plant   

As a gardening enthusiast, I’ve had my fair share of plant casualties and among the most heartbreaking was seeing my beloved mint plant on the verge of death. I know firsthand how these plants can become an integral part of your herb garden or kitchen windowsill. So, imagine my distress when I found it wilting…

Lavender With Roses In Companion: Worth It 

Lavender With Roses In Companion: Worth It 

I’ve always been enchanted by the allure of fragrant gardens and floral arrangements. There’s something undeniably captivating about the mingling scents and stunning visuals that certain flower combinations can create. Take for instance, lavender with roses – a classic pairing that never fails to amaze. This duo not only looks exquisite together but also carries…

8 Reasons Lavender Drooping 

8 Reasons Lavender Drooping 

Lavender, with its stunning purple flowers and soothing scent, is a favorite in many gardens. But if you’re like me, you may have encountered an issue where your lavender starts to droop. It’s disheartening to see such a beautiful plant looking so sad. There are several possible reasons for this wilting appearance – from overwatering…

Peace Lily Flowers Turning Green 3 Reasons   

Peace Lily Flowers Turning Green 3 Reasons   

The charming Peace Lily, with its lush green foliage and stunning white flowers, is a popular indoor plant choice. But what happens when those beautiful blossoms start showing signs of going green? If you’ve noticed this happening to your Peace Lily, you might be wondering if something’s gone amiss. There are several reasons why peace…