Plant Care

  • How to Control and Prevent White spots on Leaves (Causes & Solutions)
    Sometimes indoor growing houseplants develop white spots on their leaves. Most of the growers don’t know whether it is risky or a seasonal change. You don’t need to worry about white spots on leaves unless they are triggered by pests or fungal diseases. In most cases, lack of care and common houseplant pests are responsible … Read more
  • Plant stems turning black and dying (Causes and treatment)
    Plant stems turning black is a serious problem. The good news is you can save your plant’s life once you identify the root cause of blackened plant stems. Stem infections are the most common cause of this problem. Stem rot, bacterial infection, rusting stems, and blight are common in houseplants. Whereas other reasons are pest … Read more
  • How to get rid of spider mites on indoor plants?
    Spider mites are common houseplant pests. They are tiny in size and suck the sap of the plant. They easily spread from one to another plant. If your plant is infected by spider mites you do not have to worry. Because there are many ways to get rid of them. All you need to do … Read more
  • Do Grasshoppers bite or Sting humans
    Grasshoppers are commonly found in all parts of the world. They have more than 11,000 known species most of them just eat green grass. They need warm weather to live. This is the reason you will not find grasshoppers in hard cold areas like Antarctica or on snowy mountains. Generally, female hoppers are large in … Read more
  • How to grow Quinoa in your garden ?
    If you like to eat protein-rich food then you cannot miss the Quinoa seeds. They are a rich source of protein and your body can easily absorb this protein without wasting much energy. In this post, I will show you how to grow the Quinoa plants in your garden. The good news is even if … Read more
  • The Fish Pepper growing guide
    If you like the taste of jalapeno then you will also like the medium-hot taste of the fish peppers. These pepper plants look beautiful and are so easy to grow in containers and in an outdoor garden. You do not need to learn any specific pepper gardening skills before growing fish peppers. This variety of … Read more
  • Fish Fertilizer For Plants | How to choose and use on houseplants
    Fish fertilizers are not new to the market. Centuries ago, when we do not have soil research techniques. The native American farmers develop fish fertilizers. They use dead fish in their farms to increase the fertility of the soil. They use it as a soil amendment. Nowadays we have the strong technology to make excellent … Read more
  • Lacinato kale growing Guide
    Lacinato kale has tender blue-green leaves. This kale is different from other types of kale plants that we see in the farmer’s market. I like to add it to my cooked dishes. You can eat it raw by sprinkling sea salt in it. Growing lacinato kale in a garden is an easy job. You can … Read more
  • Growing shishito peppers
    If you like to eat Japanese food then you probably know about the Shishito peppers. These are thin-skinned peppers with a mildly spicy taste. You can fry them and your delicious peppers are ready to eat. The best thing is, they get matured in a few days and you can easily grow them at home. … Read more
  • Armenian Cucumber growing guide
    If you do not like to eat cucumber but want a vegetable that has the same health benefits and tastes better. Then you need to grow Armenian cucumber. Actually, they are not cucumbers they are muskmelon. Armenian cucumbers have a Crisp, sweet taste. They never taste bitter like some real cucumber varieties. The best part … Read more
  • Growing Carrots in Containers
    If you like to eat fresh organic carrots then why don’t you grow them at home? Now you do not need an outdoor garden to grow carrots. You can grow them easily in containers, big size plastic and in boxes. Growing carrots in containers is easier than growing them in outdoor garden. You can put … Read more
  • How to get rid of thrips?
    Thrips are tiny insects that attack outdoor and indoor plants. They lay eggs on plant leaves and suck the plant nutrients. Your plants become nutrient deficient and start dying. They also spread 20 types of deadly viruses on plants. Thrips have approximately 6000 species in the world. Not all of them are bad for economical … Read more
  • How to kill Mealybugs?
    Mealybugs are small size white bugs. They are commonly found on small houseplants and on outdoor ornamentals. They live on the sap of plants. They drink all the plant contents and make them nutrients deficient. Mealybugs live in colonies. In this article, you‘ll learn how to kill mealybugs. How to get rid of mealybugs in … Read more
  • How to get rid of aphids
    Aphids are small insects that attack most of the houseplants and vegetable plants. Like other plant pests, aphids suck the plant nutrients. They have more than 4400 species all over the globe. You can get rid of aphids in many ways. If this is the beginning of infestation you can remove them by hands. In … Read more
  • How to Grow Creeping Raspberry
    If you want low maintenance and easy to grow ground cover for your lawn then creeping raspberry is the best option. You can grow it any type of garden. Even it grows well in low fertile soil. The best part of this plant is it does not need a high amount of fertilizers like some … Read more
  • When to harvest pumpkins
    Almost every new grower wants to know when to harvest pumpkins. Because harvesting pumpkins is not an easy job. You need to get familiar with the ripe pumpkins so that you can judge the growing state of your pumpkins. According to professional horticulturists, one should harvest pumpkins once they become fully ripe. Because they do … Read more
  • When to pick Tomatoes?
    When it comes to pick tomatoes, you have two options. Your First option is you can wait until they are fully ripe. The second option is to pick them just before they ripe. Then you can rip them at home with various methods. By picking them before their ripening time you can reduce the risk … Read more
  • How Can you freeze celery for later Use?
    If you like to add celery in the hot soups, stews, and other hot recipes. Then you need to grow it at home. But the problem is once you have a bunch of celery you need to store it. Because you cannot eat celery every day. So, the question is Can you freeze celery. The … Read more
  • Grow New Zealand Spinach In hot Summer
    New Zealand spinach is a green leafy plant native to Australia and New Zealand. It needs warm weather to grow and is easy to care for and maintain. If you like to eat spinach year-round then start growing New Zealand spinach today. Buy some seeds and start germinating them indoors. Once they become healthy seedlings … Read more
  • How to harvest kale without Damaging the plant
    In order to keep growing the Kale for the entire season, you need to know how to harvest kale. The harvesting technique decides the time of the next harvest. To increase kale production, you don’t need to plant a large number of plants. Just follow the good care guide and perfect harvesting kale technique. In … Read more