Grow your own vegetables, fruits or herbs, whether on a tiny patio or even if you only have a window box available.
Nothing tastes better than home grown fruits & vegetables. Below you’ll find tips on growing the tastiest vegetables, herbs, fruits, berries, nuts and more.
Also try to go the organic route when it comes to plants you’re going to eat. Because eating chemicals (whether in the form of fertilizers or pesticides) is not very appetizing.
Posted by Landscaping Ideas on 03rd February 2014
You've enjoyed your visits to your local farmer's market, as you discovered an enticing cornucopia of vegetables. You found red, yellow, and even pink tomatoes. You couldn't decide between bright yellow summer squash or rich dark green zucchini, so you bought them both. While it was satisfying to support your local farmers, you really want to grow your own vegetable bounty. If you live in an urban environment, or an area with little horizontal gardening land, you've thought that growing a vegetable garden is simply not possible. You'll be pleasantly surprised to learn that a rooftop garden, bursting with delightfully fresh vegetables, might be another option. Careful preparation will give your garden a great chance of success.
Posted by Landscaping Ideas on 31st January 2012
Having your own indoor herb garden is much easier than most people realize. This is a great opportunity to have all the fresh herbs you love to cook with at your finger tips. Growing your own is definitely less expensive than purchasing the many herbs we could with. Choose to grow parsley, thyme, cilantro, basil, dill, oregano, sweet majoram, chives, garlic, mustard, and sage.
Posted by Landscaping Ideas on 21st February 2012
Growing your own herb garden is a great way to spice up your cooking while beautifying your backyard! The first thing you must do is decide which herbs you’d like to grow. Some of the most popular herbs are rosemary, oregano and mint, along with many others.
Posted by Landscaping Ideas on 27th January 2012
Believe it or not, growing your own herbs is not only a great way to bring a little green into your kitchen but also a great way to add wonderful flavors to your food year round. Most of us will agree that herbs add great value and flavor to our food. Many of us have favorite herbs that we use often and in every day cooking. Some of us rely more heavily on herbs than others. If you use herbs frequently while cooking, a small herb garden is a great investment for your home.
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