Month: February 2018

Grow cucumbers in Pot, An easy to grow vegetable for summer

    Growing cucumbers in pots allows you to start the plants earlier than those planted in soil. 1 Sun exposure This is crucial for cucumbers. They need about 6-8 hours of sun every day. Do not use random estimations or guesses. Use a sun calculator or time the exposure accurately. Your plant will need Read More

Where to Cut the Stem of an Orchid After the Flowers Are Gone

Orchids bloom at various times throughout the year depending on the species and growing conditions. Cattleyas and phalaenopsis, for instance, tend to bloom in the spring while cymbidiums and oncidiums generally bloom in the winter. The flower stems will dry up and turn brown after the flowers fall, at which time they can be cut Read More


 MAKES: 48 servings TOTAL TIME:Prep: 25 min. Bake: 15 min. INGREDIENTS • 1 cup butter, softened • 1 cup creamy peanut butter • 1 cup sugar • 1 cup packed brown sugar • 2 large eggs • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract • 2-1/4 cups all-purpose flour • 2 teaspoons baking soda • 1/4 teaspoon salt Read More

How To Grow Your Own Green Tea Plant?

We all know that having a sip of green tea every day keeps us healthy. Green tea bags are very expensive when bought in stores. It gave me the idea of growing my tea plant so that I can make green tea whenever I need with little expense. Green tea is the healthiest beverage on Read More

How to Care for Potted Orchids Indoors

Orchids are a great option for a houseplant because they produce masses of colorful, exotic-looking flowers and do not require frequent repotting. They will thrive for years as long as you give them the care that they need. Some orchids prefer warm temperatures, and some thrive under cooler conditions. Select orchids for indoor growing based Read More

Why Are My Peaches Small?

Nothing compares to biting into a large, juicy, ripe peach, especially one picked fresh from the tree in your backyard. However, without proper care, your peach trees may produce small fruit that are more stone than edible fruit. For the production grower, larger peaches mean larger profits, and following the tricks of the trade from Read More

How to Keep Baby Carrots Fresh and some more…

Baby carrots aren’t true babies, but instead they come from regular-size carrots. The full-size carrots are peeled and whittled into the traditional baby carrot shape during processing, before they show up on your grocer’s produce shelves. Because they already are trimmed before you bring them home, they require very little preparation prior to storage. Storing Read More

Growing Butternut Squash -Nutrition and Health Benefits of Butternut Squash

Easy tips for growing butternut squash in your vegetable garden. Learn how to plant, care for, harvest and store butternut winter squash for many delicious uses all winter long! If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to eat healthier then planting butternut squash is an excellent and delicious choice to add to your vegetable gardening Read More

Have You Got Leftovers of Plants? Here Are The Ways to Use Them!

Plants are important to us in our daily lives. Plants in the form of vegetables and fruits are used in our day to day lives. Vegetables and fruits are an excellent source of vitamins, proteins, fibres and other essential nutrients. Most of us eat vegetables either raw or cooked. The vegetables and fruits used for Read More

100 % Seeds Germination tricks | For Fruit and Vegetable seeds

Starting trees from seed can be one of the most rewarding gardening activities, but tree seeds often require a little more preparation than many common flower or vegetable seeds. Here are some tips and tricks for seed germination for all kind of plant seeds. The Natural Way to Germinate Tree Seeds Seeds have been sprouting Read More

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