4 Homemade Pest Control Remedies


Pests can put a damper on joy you get from your garden, to combat the unwanted pesky critters and pests. Try creating your own homemade pest control solution. check the homemade remedies below, and keep your garden free from unwanted guests.

Guide to Growing Onions From Seeds, Sets and Transplants


Raw or cooked, dried or fresh, onions are an essential part of a variety of salads, soups and casseroles. They are easy to grow, and a great plant to plant in a corner in your garden.

How To Plant And Grow Butternut Squash


Butternut Squash are a variety of winter squash. Unlike summer squash it is often eaten after the fruit reach the mature stage, it is often harvested after the rind harden and become thick. It stores well even without freezing or canning. It's a good source of carbohydrates, potassium, iron and fiber. And each Butternut Squash vine produce between 10 to 20 fruits, if you properly the care of the plant. Growing butternut squash in your home garden is easy if you follow this basic steps.

Summer Gardening Tips For Beginners

Gardening Tips

In the hot summer months, some plants will flourish while others struggle. But with some care all should survive the heat. By using plenty of mulch in your garden soil will stabilize the soil temperature and help to retain the moister. Using a layer of mulch on top of the soil can help reduce the rate of evaporation of water. And by watering your plants in early morning can reduce water loss due to evaporation.

How To Use Epsom Salt To Grow Sweet & Tasty Tomatoes


A big healthy tomato plant use a lot of magnesium in the growing process and fruit production process. Keeping the soil magnesium level balanced can be hard. But you can accomplish that with applying Epsom salt regularly. Adding Epsom Salt to the soil, help tomatoes produce more blossoms, reduce the chance of getting blossom rot, and help tomato plants produce bigger fruits.

Plants that lack the right amount of magnesium may also have a decrease in sweetness, Epsom Salt is a good cheap source of magnesium. The plants absorb it easily and quickly, making it one of the best sources of magnesium for your garden.