Quotes About Gardening

Quotes About Gardening By Ian White From the gardener who tends a single geranium in her windowsill, to the one who supplies bountiful bouquets of roses to floral shops, many people have spoken many words about the art and skill and benefits of gardening. Let’s listen in to some of their voices, historical and contemporary, for in them we may discover the gardener deep within the soil of our soul: Gardening gives one back a sense of proportion about everything – except itself. ~May Sarton, Plant Dreaming Deep, 1968. The most noteworthy thing about gardeners is that they are always …

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Planning an Herb Garden

Planning An Herb Garden By Mary Hanna Planning an herb garden can be fun and rewarding. Herbs have been in use for centuries for culinary, medicinal and aromatic reasons. For generations tribal leaders and healers passed down the herbal secrets. Many modern medicines have an herb base. Modern herbalist mix medicinal herb for their clients. Many herbalists also mix aromatic herbs for beauty purposes. But, of course, the culinary herb is still the most widely used. You can become a kitchen gardener by growing an herb garden right in your kitchen on a sunny windowsill. For the discussion of herbal …

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Growing Herbs In Pots

Growing Herbs In Pots By Thomas Rittenhouse Your favorite herbs can be grown indoors, in the comfort of your own home. When the right conditions are provided, growing herbs in pots in your house can be a little less risky than outdoor herb gardening. You can also put your herbs in hanging baskets, window boxes and your own creative housings for the plants. When growing herbs in pots you must provide the same essential conditions that they would require if they were outside in a garden. These are just enough (but not too much) water, well drained soil and plenty …

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Indoor Hydroponics Gardening Guide

Indoor Hydroponics Gardening Guide Hydroponics otherwise known as indoor gardening has been steadily growing in popularity as a hobby. People, young and new have started turning those empty spaces to their own personal gardens where they could grow what they want and when they want. Imagine yourself in the middle of the desert or that freezing cabin somewhere in the Arctic and be able to grow roses all year round. So if you ever decide to pick up that seed and decide what plant to grow at the convenience of your home or backyard, this guide would help to answer …

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