Moon Flowers for the Evening Garden

The evening garden is ideal for people who work during the day and for those who like to relax or entertain in their garden during the evening. Many flowers fade after the heat of the day has passed; moon flowers,… Click Here To Read More

Creative Tips for Container Gardening

Container gardens create a natural sanctuaries along busy city streets, on rooftops or even on balconies. You can easily accentuate the welcoming look of a deck or patio with colorful pots of annuals, or fill your window boxes with beautiful… Click Here To Read More

How To Utilize An Unheated Greenhouse

I remember getting my first large greenhouse years ago when I was a new gardener. At the time I didn’t think much about heat. It was a Valentine’s Day present and I was anxious to get it put up so… Click Here To Read More

5 Factors to Consider When Choosing Greenhouse Lighting

If you are in love with nature, then, having a greenhouse in your backyard is the way to go especially if you also suffer from SAD (seasonal affective disorder) like I do. According to statistical reports, 80 out of every 100 people… Click Here To Read More

Cherry Blossom Series GHB CB003 + GHB CB005 LED Grow Lights Unboxing – YouTube

Sheri Ann Richerson from ExperimentalHomesteader.com talks about and unboxes the Cherry Blossom Series GHB CB003 + GHB CB005 LED Grow Lights she received for review. These Cherry Blossom Series Grow Lights are extremely nice and very well made as far… Click Here To Read More

Today In My Indiana Garden – December 3, 2015

It’s a crisp, chilly morning here in my Indiana garden and it feels more like November than December, but December it is. We are expecting snow later today and that is normal for this time of year. In the garden there are plants in different stages of growth. Some have died back for the winter, some are growing underground getting ready to burst forth in the spring, some have set seed or are setting seeds. There are buds everywhere – some won’t open until spring and some are going to be opening soon. For example, the Hellebore known commonly as the Christmas Rose.

How To Plant Brugmansia Seeds – Sheri Ann Richerson – YouTube

Sheri Ann Richerson from ExperimentalHomesteader.com and author of numerous books including The Complete Idiot’s Guide To Seed Saving & Starting shares Brugmansia planting tips as she plants seeds. Brugmansia seed typically germinate somewhere between 2 to 10 weeks – however… Click Here To Read More

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