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More Tips for Growing Pumpkins

 Fertilizing Pumpkins for Great Harvest  It is enough to grow some shape or size of the pumpkin. Making them grow bigger is completely another weight type. So, what to do to grow a big pumpkin? First, you need to start with good-quality seeds of the right type. Not all pumpkins are capable of growing large. In this article, we will give you some great varieties of pumpkins to try later. Second, you need to start your pumpkin well. Feed them well from the beginning and they will form solid roots. Although we wanted great yields, we did not set our sights great here. So, let’s take some tips from the pumpkin growing masters and use their tips in our own gardens. Even if you get a pumpkin that weighs 40 pounds, you can still consider it a huge success. However, large pumpkins have less flavor and a ton of seeds. This is definitely something to consider in the quest to go big. You should use your best judgment when using fertilizers, but not only that. To grow a large pumpkin o

Hottest house plant trends of 2022

 These are the hottest house plant trends of 2022 We reveal the trends of the top 10 houseplants that will occupy our homes in 2022. Want to bring these indoor plants into your space this year, see their identity, refresh your interior, and bring leafy magic into your space? We help you choose the top 10 houseplant trends for 2022. This year’s biggest houseplant trends will enhance both your green play and your style. (Not to forget the many benefits of houseplants, such as improving background noise reduction efficiency and productivity.) Over the past few years, the cheese plant (Monstera deliciosa) and the final design preferred houseplants have become very popular and popular. Fiddle leaf image. These are still great indoor plants, but in 2022 you may see some unusual newcomers in your home office, desk, or windows. 1.  ALOCASIA SILVER DRAGON Plant brand Leaf NV (opens in new tab) says last year saw the most significant increase in demand for its rare plant species. Draw

Rid of whiteflies on houseplants

Ideas for  rid of whiteflies on houseplants The common name for "whitefly" is more than 1500 species of aphids and aphids belonging to the genus Aleyrodidae. These small, heart-shaped flies are usually no more than 1/10 inch long. If the attack is intense, when a plant is hit or moved, a cloud of white flies will suddenly fly in the air like exploding snow. This phenomenon is a way to identify a white fly infestation. Whiteflies are found indoors and outdoors, but they are also a big problem in greenhouses and indoor houseplants because the cold weather keeps outdoor people in check. Whiteflies are borer and sucking insects that weaken a plant, although it is very rare for a plant to actually be killed. Internal whitefly infestation quickly gets out of control, so it is best to treat whiteflies at the first signs of attack. White fly damage These annoying pests are not only a bad surprise to plant owners but also cause problems for the health of the plant. Nymphs

What do to balcony garden in summer

 Summer Balcony Garden Ideas Chris Collins, a former Blue Peter gardener, and champion of organic gardening has been involved in promoting above-ground gardeners through his seasonal balcony garden series. In this article, find out about his Summer Balcony Gardening Ideas. According to Chris Collins, Organic Horticulture Chairman of the Garden Organic Foundation, Summer is the time to enjoy the colorful, delicious results of your planning and hard work. "A chair is essential at this time of year, so you can soak up all the hard work you put in to create your summer balcony garden oasis." "Once big work like your seasonal planting is done, it doesn't take much effort to follow organic principles and grow a small space. But from my own experience, I can tell - the rewards are invaluable! "For me, summer is all about pottery and maintenance. Make sure your plants are in the right conditions and enjoy cooking and eating at home using edible herbs and sal

Homemade compost with aloe vera

 Homemade compost with aloe vera: Soil Drench or Foliar Spray Aloe vera is revered in the world of natural health and skin care for its energy, vitality, and refreshing abilities. The Egyptians even called the cactus an "indestructible plant"! Aloe vera is rich in nutrients, enzymes, and antioxidants that provide many benefits to humans when applied topically or ingested - promoting hydration, digestion, cell regeneration, wound healing, and more. So, what if I told you that cactus plants have many similar benefits? it's true! Cactus can be used as a natural "fertilizer" to feed other plants! Read on to learn how to make compost at home with cactus. We will describe the benefits of cactus and how to use it as a soil moisturizer or leaf spray in your garden. You can even use it on houseplants! Homemade cactus compost is made quickly and easily with fresh cactus leaves or cactus powder. The result is a gentle but effective superfood-like solution that

weeding your home garden naturally

 Weeding without chemicals  Dealing with weeds is a job you can not put off, but must be done carefully so as not to aggravate the problem. Pulling them out by hand or plucking them from the top can leave the roots of perennial weeds intact, causing stunted growth - even small root cuttings will grow into new plants. In summer, the invasion of weeds may go unnoticed because their growing foliage mixes with your border plants. They grow and multiply incredibly fast. Some, like nettles, dandelions, and thistles are wonderful seeds, so cut them off as soon as you see their flowers or seeds to prevent them from placing seeds around the garden. When dealing with them without chemicals, you need to allow some top growth to develop so you can follow the stems to the ground and locate their roots. At a planted border, use a long-handled fork to loosen the soil around the roots and tease as many as you can reach. Even if some roots break in the soil, doing this regularly will weaken

Learn some tricks to water house plants better

 How to water houseplants Most houseplant problems are caused by waterlogging. Use these tips to tell if you are over-watering your indoor plants or underwater, and then learn some tricks to make the best watering for houseplants. Household plant health crisis Wouldn’t it be nice if our houseplants told us what was wrong? It is easy to miss the signals that tell you that a plant is not happy, and sometimes those signals are vague. Most gardeners find that when they see a withered plant, it needs more water. It may be. But it can be very wet. To prevent these from happening, learn to read the situation before watering your houseplant, instead of watering on a strict schedule. What factors are affected when watering houseplants? In low light, plants need less water as they grow with less vigor. Also, the temperature can affect the houseplants in different ways. If the heat and air are dry, your plant may need more water because it will lose moisture through its stomata or por

9 Important Tips for Keeping Your Home Plants Healthy

Tips for Keeping Your Home Plants Healthy If you are a new plant parent, all the care that keeps your houseplants happy may feel a little overwhelmed at first. However, most of your plants do not require constant attention to stay healthy. Aside from remembering to water, there are plenty of simple maintenance houseplants that require only minor maintenance a few times each year. When you need pruning or pruning some of the leaves that are starting to turn yellow, these tips will give you the knowledge you need to maintain your plants with confidence. 1. Water your houseplants All houseplants have slightly different irrigation requirements, depending on how they have grown and the changes in plant growth over the seasons. It is better to water on a regular basis than on a specific calendar table. Generally, when 1/2 to 1 inch of soil feels dry, water the plants growing in a container of suitable size in well-drained soil. Cactus and succulent plants need less water; Floweri