Posts Tagged ‘greenhouse’

Fast Growing Squash – It’s Time To Eat !

It’s been 30 days now since I planted this garden spot. The combination of summer heat and water makes for some very rapid growth. The squash and zucchini are already producing. And the corn has been side dressed and”laid by”. Vegetables grow much faster during the summer months. So if your seed packets say 50-60 days to harvest, you can usually expect a harvest a good 10-15 days sooner. This is something to keep in mind if you get in a situation where you need something to eat in a short amount of time. For people who don’t like to eat squash, it can be cooked in many ways or even eaten raw. It’s a good addition to any home garden and provides you an excellent return on your time and effoerts.

How to Build Raised Garden Beds GardenFork.TV

GardenFork.TV Build Raised beds with these simple raised bed plans. we have 6 raised gardening beds , watch how we make them. AND listen to our Radio show, GardenFork Radio on our site more info gardenfork.tv Visit our site for more cooking, gardening, DIY, beekeeping, urban homesteading videos http Get our Email Newsletter: www.gardenfork.tv

Growing Vegetables in Rain Gutters from Seed to Harvest

Your friends Gardener Greg and Floraformer Fred show you progress on growing in rain gutters. Progress from seed to harvest is shown with tomatoes, lettuce, radishes, peas and more. Growing peas and tomatoes in rain gutters is serious alternative gardening. Check out more information on our website. www.RemoteGardener.com We are working to expand our operation and teach our alternative growing techniques to the masses. Please contribute to our project… http

Growing Vegetables Anywhere – Patio, Balcony, Greenhouse

www.pottyinnovations.co.uk This video just shows you don’t need a specially prepared growing area in your garden to grow veggies. As long as you have a relatively level flat surface and a sunny spot you’ll do just fine, whether you’re growing on you patio, decking, balcony or lawn.

How to Create or Grow a Hosta Woodland Garden

PicketFenceGreenhouse.info This video may help you create your very own Hosta Woodland Garden. Come over to my gardening blog and grab your free hosta ebook . Hostas are one of the most sought after perennial plant for part sun to shade areas. So what is so great about Hostas? Well Hostas are a pretty care free perennial , with a few exceptions. With thousands of varieties out there today what are the best well not sure there is any that are considered the best, but there is a list of many favorites . To name a few Patriot Hosta, Blue Angel Hosta, Striptease and many more. One thing many question is when is a good time to dividing hostas.. My personal preference is in the spring in your area when the hostas are first popping out of the ground.. The easiest time to split and divide. However, many divide them throughout the season with success but pay attention to your weather and moisture. A few years ago the Hosta virus X was indicated in some varieties. This was a major concern for many hosta gardeners and growers. Make sure when splitting to use a 10 percent bleach solution to clean your tools when splitting several different varieties. Many hosta growers are now taking special care to prevent this from happening and spreading. Hostas really only have a few insect problems , when in a damp area or long periods of rain, slugs and snails can destroy hostas and make them cosmetically ugly.. There is many natural remedies for these little pests to help control the

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