Feed the soil so it can feed your plants. By improving your soil, you are improving the quality and production of the plants growing in the soil. It won’t cost a lot of money and won’t take up a lot of time, but it’s a necessary garden chore if you want to get the most from your plants. Follow these 5 simple ways to improve your soil naturally so you can grow happy, healthy, productive plants.
Asian persimmons are different from any other fruit out there, with a complex flavor all their own. Plus, the trees are relatively problem-free in the garden. This guide can help if you’re new to growing persimmons or looking to keep your existing tree healthy. Read more now. #persimmon #fuyu #hachiya #gardenerspath
Are you looking for a leaf blower? Check out our tips and make sure you’re armed with the information you need to select the right machine – gas or electric, handheld or backpack – that’s right for your landscape and work style. Learn about 9 of the best leaf blowers now on Gardener's Path. #leafblower #gardenerspath
Explore the pros and cons of 8 popular types of garden mulch, including bark, straw, compost, leaves, landscape fabric, and more. We’ll look at factors such as cost, durability, appearance, unique benefits, as well as potential risks or drawbacks - so you can choose what mulch is best suited for your garden!
Experienced gardeners will tell you having a few useful gardening tools at your disposal will make any gardening job easier & more productive. Our top 20 most common gardening tools will assist you in cultivating your green space a bit easier. | It's My Sustainable Life @itsmysustainablelife #gardeningtools #gardeningtoolsforbeginners #bestgardentools #bestgardenhandtools #thebestgardentools #itsmysustainablelife
Are you still gardening in your tennis shoes? STOP! Your back will hurt and you could hurt your feet. Men (and women) who love their garden need a good pair of gardening shoes for safety and support. Here are the top 10 most loved, best gardening shoes for men. #gardening #gardeningshoes #gardenattire #truegardener #homestead #honmesteading
If you’re looking for a garden schedule calendar, then this garden planning video will be perfect for you. Creating a garden for beginners can be overwhelming, so this breakdown of garden tips for each season is going to help enormously. I love this beginner gardening video and PDF guide. It’s going to set me and my garden up for success in 2020 and beyond. #gardenforbeginners #gardentips #gardenplanning #gardenplans #beginnergardening #gardenschedule #gardenschedulecalendar
Seed catalogs are one of the best things about winter! After a long summer working in the garden, I’m ready to settle in by the fire and dream of the next year as a steady stream of free seed catalogs come in the mail. Each one contains different plants, tools, and wisdom for the next year’s season, and every year we order from many different seed and nursery catalogs. #seed #catalogs #free #winter #gardening #practicalselfreliance