Archive for the ‘Garden Articles’ Category

Basic Steps To Growing A Garden


The Adventure of Growing A Garden!

growing a gardenAh, you’ve thought about, read about, maybe even dreamed about growing a garden. Now you are ready to take the plunge and ‘just do it. However, you are not quite sure where to start? Well, you’re in luck, because that’s what this blog is all about. This blog is here to provide you with all the information you could possibly need to experience the adventure and rewards of growing a garden of your very own.

  • The most important thing to remember when planting your first garden is to start small. A small plant bed, about 25 or 30 feet square is perfect, is just enough room for about 30 plants. This will give you a chance to try out your green thumb and if you find that you enjoy growing your garden you can always expand and increase your plantings.

“Remember Start Small … Growing A Garden”

  • The next thing you will want to do is choose a site. Growing a garden must be done in an area that gets at least six hours of sunlight. Try and stay away from large trees that will take your plants water and nutrients, and at least three feet from any fences or buildings. In hot climates it is a good idea to choose a place that will have shade from a part of the intense afternoon sun. It is possible to have a healthy garden with even ten to twelve hours of sunlight, but the type of plants must be adaptable. While soil can always be improved, a site with good soil is a plus. Avoid areas that have rocky soil, steep slopes, or areas where water stands.
  • Now comes the fun part: start digging. Growing a garden is not a clean hobby; you’re going to have to get some dirt under your nails. First remove the rocks, debris, and any grass and weeds then dig the spot up about one foot deep. Level up the dirt and add compost or minerals if the needed. If your soil is too acidic, add lime; if it is too sandy, add peat moss. Plants will thrive in neutral to acidic soil with a little added fertilizer. Read the rest of this entry »

Food4wealth review | Grow organic vegetables with Food4wealth !#@!

food4wealth review – Download Food4wealth at: For more review information: Quick summary of each chapter: Dimension and site selection — Different shapes, creating pathways, site selection and keeping the sun in mind. Construction of food4wealth plot — Frame creation, consisting of different layers of materials. Composting — Importance of composting, creating your own compost system. Planting and propagation — What to plant, achieving plant balances, how to plant. Care of your food4wealth plot — Watering, removing weeds, keeping pests out. Top 10 plants — What to plant, best plants like carrots and lettuce to start with. Seasons — Planting instructions for at the end of seasons. Extreme climates — Food4wealth method will work in any climatic region, will need adjustment with extreme cold and tropical conditions. Mini food4wealth plot — Don’t need a farm, can have the garden in your yard. Food4wealth fruit farm — Advice on producing fruit in a small area and not letting the excess go to waist. Food4wealth and climate change — How to produce your own vegetables in the most environmentally friendly way possible. Role of weeds — Find out why food4wealth creator believes weeds to be our vriend. Seed selection — 3 main seed categories and which is best to suite your needs. Download Food4wealth at: food4wealth Food 4 Wealth, Food 4 Wealth Review, food4wealth, Food For Wealth, Jonathan White

How to Plant Vegetable Seeds – CHOW Tip

Bury them only as deep as the seed itself. CHOW Tips are the shared wisdom of our community. If you’ve figured out some piece of food, drink, or cooking wisdom that the world has to know about, send us a message and tell us what you’ve got in mind! See all the newest uploads from CHOW with the Latest Videos playlist: Subscribe to CHOW: For more recipes, stories and videos, check out CHOW on Twitter: CHOW on Facebook: ======================================================== TRANSCRIPT When planting your seeds, a general rule of thumb, is to plant the seed as deep as the seed is. Lettuce seeds are very small so you plant them very shallow. Bean seeds are a little bit bigger so you plant them a little bit deeper. You’ll want to keep that soil and the seed moist for a good week so that the seed can sprout, and reach the sunlight, and continue growing.

Get Gardening! Preparing and Planting My Organic Vegetable Garden – www.TheLove – Growing a garden is great for your health, your skin, your wallet, and the planet. If you want to grow one, now is the time to think about it! Watch me as I prepare my garden and plant my seeds (in fast motion!). *********************************************************** IF YOU ENJOYED THIS VIDEO, PLEASE SUPPORT THE LOVE VITAMIN Get my FREE ebook ‘Roadmap to Clear Skin: Acne Freedom in 7 Easy Steps’: Get ‘Ultimate Secrets to Acne Freedom’ ebook: Join ‘7 Day Candida Cleanse Challenge’ program: Like The Love Vitamin on Facebook: Follow The Love Vitamin on Twitter: And finally, please share, thumbs up, and subscribe here on youtube! **** Music by Spencer Thornton

Planting a vegetable garden: Day 2

Today I completed my home vegetable garden & showed the steps to reach the completion. This video was created for, a Health & Fitness Site that gives new meaning to what it means to be on a diet!

Wordpress SEO Plugin by SEOPressor