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Monthly Archives: June 2019

  • Different Gardening Types

    When most people talk of gardening, it is regarding flower gardens. However, there is much more to gardens than this as you will see in the numerous options that we are about to explore: Vegetable Gardens A common way of gardening is the cultivation of vegetables, which many people do in their backyards. The upside to having a vegetable garden is that it allows you the chance to have fun in the outdoors as you get to experience the bearing of real fruits come the end of the season. For many people gardening is therapeutic and they will jump at the chance to be outside with the birds and the bees. Other than its addition to the aesthetics of the surrounding area, a vegetable garden will provide you with an ideal opportunity to feed your loved ones with the fruits of your labor. Though you ... (More)
  • Garden Leeks: How To Grow And Where To Use Them

    Leeks belong to the same family as garlic and onions, though they boast of milder flavors than the two. When grown under the right conditions, leeks have tender light green and white parts which are all edible, and you can enjoy these vegetables in various ways, including roasting and caramelizing. Before using the leeks in any meal prep, it is crucial that you adequately clean the inner layers which are known to trap dirt particles. Let’s get into garden leeks: how to grow and where to use them: Sautéing Sautéing leeks is one of the easiest ways to bring out their unique flavors. You start by chopping the leeks into thin slices before adding them to a combination of olive oil and butter over medium heat. The leeks should remain in the hot oil for about twenty minutes, giving them en... (More)
  • How To Grow Chickpeas In Your Garden

    People who enjoy plant proteins often lean towards chickpeas, which are enjoyable and versatile in the manner in which you can cook them. They also boast of numerous health benefits with lots of fiber and an ability to balance your appetite. Additionally, they nourish the cells along your intestine walls, thus boosting digestion. Growing these plant proteins is easy, even for the unskilled beginner who is yet to master the more sophisticated ways of tending to crops. They take about 100 days to mature from the date of planting and as long as you make the necessary preparations as to the quality of the soil and you safeguard their shallow roots, you should have a bountiful harvest at the end of the season. It is also essential to take note of how much water you use on the plants as too much... (More)
  • How To Grow Cauliflower

    Growing cauliflower requires a lot of care and some skills if you wish to enjoy healthy produce at the end of the season. If you go about it right, you should have a versatile vegetable which you can enjoy in salads, soups, stews, and other dishes as you wow people with your gardening skills. Here we present is how to grow cauliflower, with tips and tricks that will serve both beginners and experts in gardening: Sowing Considerations Cauliflower grows best in cold climates, and it is thus advisable to plan your planting in periods when the weather is favorable to its growth. If you plan on having the cauliflower indoors, you should work out a way in which you can make the conditions chilly for the plants to thrive. In most cases, you will find that most varieties will require approximatel... (More)

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