Gardening Tips For Beginners
Sharing gardening tips for beginners, and basic gardening information for beginning gardeners
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Orlaya plants are hardy annuals, with beautiful lacy and romantic blooms, They are often grown as cut flowers, and have a wild flower look. Learn how to grow Orlaya, also known as White Lace Flower, and enjoy this pretty flower in the garden this season.
Calendula oil is an herbal infused oil, made with calendula flowers harvested from the garden. The infused oil is full of beneficial properties from the calendula plant. Learn how to make calendula oil, and use this herb-infused oil as an ingredient in culinary and cosmetic creations.
If you grow chamomile, consider harvesting some of the seed at the end of the season. It's an economical way to have your own seeds to plant in the garden. Learn how to harvest chamomile seeds, and save your homegrown seeds for the next planting season.
Catnip is a beneficial herb to grow in the garden. It's a great companion plant, and a fabulous pest deterrent. It is also loved by many of our feline friends. Learn how to grow catnip from seed and reward your favourite feline with this homegrown herb.
Black eyed Susans are a favorite cottage garden perennial. They stand out in the garden as a bright beacon, with their bright yellow and orange flowers. There are all sorts of different varieties to grow, and the plants are easy to grow from seed. Learn how to grow Black Eyed Susans, also known as rudbeckia, for a cottage garden look.
Have you ever wondered just how long potted calla lilies are supposed to last? If you have received the plants as a gift, or purchased them for holiday decor, they may seem to fade all too early. Don't throw them away, they are likely just going dormant.Learn all about calla lilies, and how long they are supposed to last.
Growing roses from cuttings is fairly easy if you use the right planting techniques and planting care. Roses propagated from stem cuttings will be clones of the parent plant. Learn how to grow roses from cuttings, and multiply your favorite roses for planting in your garden.