Everyone needs a companion and believe it or not, plants are no different. In fact, plants are pretty particular about who they hang out with. Just like humans, when they're in good company, plants will produce more, get sick less and they'll be able to protect themselves against pests.
When the weather cools and my outdoor gardens wither and go dormant, I shift 100% of my gardening love and attention to my indoor plants. If you're a novice gardener and you have a hard time keeping plants alive, or you're living in a downstairs apartment with low light. This list is for you.
Dwindling summer temperatures don’t have to indicate the end of an enjoyable gardening season. In fact, cooler temperatures are a great time to grow and harvest numerous plants and vegetables.
There's a connection between our physical health and wellbeing and that of the soil we use to grow our food. Nature has a lot to teach us, we only need to listen.
There are a myriad of ways to create a space or container that can be used as a composter. Learn how to build one of our favourite DIY composters in our latest post!
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