Uses For Borax In The Garden

Boron is a mineral salt with acidic properties. It is naturally occurring, and it is the only ingredient in Borax. This product has been around for ages, but borax uses

8 No No’s In The Vegetable Garden

Irrespective of whether you are a beginner or a guru in growing vegetables, making mistakes is inevitable. You might not repeat the old mistakes, but you’ll always commit new ones

12 Ways To Use Wood Ash In The Home and Garden

Fire is an element that can cause great harm to the environment. However natural wildfires can actually be quite beneficial. Wood ashes in gardening holds many nutritious elements for plants.

How To Grow Your Own Superfood Sprouts

Sprouts like alfalfa, fenugreek, radish, broccoli, mung beans, onion, cabbage, mustard seeds, chickpeas, quinoa, lentils, pea sprouts and many others are superfoods. They hold all the “power” of a mature

HOW TO Tips For Growing Asparagus In Raised Beds

Growing asparagus in raised garden beds provides perennial asparagus plants a secluded spot for controlled growing conditions. It allows for undisturbed growth each year. A raised bed isolates the seed and

Acid Soil: How To Make Soil More Acidic

Do you know that?… Acid soil determined with a soil test, exhibit differences in texture (or physical condition) and in fertility than neutral or alkaline soil. The degree of acidity

Using Organic Mulches In The Vegetable Garden

Some people might argue there’s not a big difference between organic and non-organic. However, when it comes to mulch the fine people at Growveg.com would beg to differ. Using organic

How To Make A Garden Barrel Grow Tower

We’ve all seen those large 50 gallon barrels sitting round. Have you ever thought what you could use an empty barrel for? Well over at YouTube, Scott Hayden of Spiffyguy

How To Build A PVC Cucumber Trellis

A PVC trellis can be used to grow a variety of vegetables such as cucumbers, grapes, or other plants that grow in vines. This may not give the exact “How