Tips to get Asparagus to Come Up: Growing Tips

Asparagus Not Coming Up - Asparagus Growing Tips

If you’re looking at your vegetable garden and asking yourself, “Why isn’t my asparagus coming up?” then you’ve come to the right place. Asparagus can be a tricky vegetable to grow if you don’t know how to. So here are some helpful tips for growing asparagus so you can have a successful harvest. Asparagus can … Read more

Growing Roses for Hips: Grow Guide for Edible Rose Hips

Growing Roses for Hips

Rose hips are the fruits produced by rose plants after the flowers die. Rose hips are coveted by many gardeners since they are completely edible. They can be used in all sorts of recipes, and are a great source of Vitamin C. Some people even think they might have medicinal benefits, including the relief of … Read more

Why Is My Blueberry Bush Dying? (Causes and Solutions)

Why is my Blueberry Bush Dying - Causes and Solutions

Is your blueberry bush dying? Dying plants can be sad, especially when you don’t know what to do about it. But it isn’t the end— most dying blueberries can be saved before it’s too late. Read on to find out more about why your blueberry bush might be dying, and what you can do about … Read more

Why Blueberry Bush Flowers But No Fruit (With Solutions)

Why Blueberry Bush Flowers But No Fruit - With Solutions

Is your blueberry bush flowering, but not producing any fruit? This can be a very frustrating issue to deal with, because who doesn’t love the taste of fresh blueberries? However, this is actually a very common problem, and can often be remedied easily. Keep reading to find out why you might be having this issue, … Read more

How To Grow A Mango From Seed And By Grafting

How To Grow A Mango From Seed and by Grafting - Bowl of Mangos

Growing your own mango tree is exciting and rewarding. Here we show you how you can grow your own mango tree from seed and by grafting. Mango trees can be propagated through seeds or through grafting to grow your own tree. Propagation through seed takes longer to produce mango fruit and can be difficult to manage compared to … Read more

How Many Ears Of Corn Grow On One Stalk? (Answered!)

How Many Ears Of Corn Grow On One Stalk - Corn Growing

Corn, also known as maize, originated in Mexico 9000 years ago and is now the staple food of many countries across the world. There are many different hybrids and cultivars of corn today. Some are designed for human consumption while others are more suited to animal feed. But have you ever wondered how many ears of … Read more

Why is My Kumquat Tree Dropping Fruit (And How To Fix It)

Why is My Kumquat Tree Dropping Fruit (And How To Fix It)

Is your kumquat tree dropping fruit and would you like to know why and how to fix it? You’ve come to the right place! We’ll be looking at the possible reasons why a kumquat tree drops fruit and some solutions to fix the problem. Generally, the reasons a kumquat tree drops fruit include natural fruit … Read more

How to Start Vegetable Seedlings Under Grow Lights

How to Start Vegetables Seeds Under Grow Lights

You may have seen some intermediate gardeners use grow lights before, but what are they all about? In this article, we’re going to be taking a deep look at grow lights: how they work, what grow lights are best for starting vegetable seedlings, and how to effectively use them. Find out how to start vegetable … Read more

Regrow Vegetables From Kitchen Scraps

Regrow Chinese Cabbage - Regrow Vegetable Scraps

Regrowing vegetables from kitchen scraps is a great way to start growing your own food. Not only that, but you can reduce food waste and start new plants for free. So here is a list of 16 vegetables you can regrow from kitchen scraps at home. 1. Avocado Avocado seeds can be used to grow as a … Read more

Are Coffee Grounds Good for Plants? Answered!

Are Coffee Grounds Good for Plants

As an avid coffee drinker, you always have coffee grounds handy. It seems like such a waste to throw them in the trash, but you’re not sure what else they’re good for. Could you repurpose leftover coffee grounds for your edible garden? Would your plants benefit? Coffee grounds can be good for plants, as they … Read more