Garden

  • How to Grow More Spring Onions From Store Bought Ones

    You won’t believe how easy it is to grow more spring onions from the ones you bought at the store. This is an easy gardening project that anyone can do even without experience. And there are so many ways you can use the endless supply of green onions in cooking. Consider the climate you have […]

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  • How to Grow Baby Bok Choy

    Baby Bok Choy or Pak Choy is a small variety of Chinese cabbage with dark green leaves and white stems. Known for its mild flavor, it is excellent for use in soups, salads, stir fry, stews, or sauté. Some countries in Asia preserve it by pickling these greens. The best part is, it is full […]

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  • 8 Best Edible Plants You Can Easily Grow Now

    It is late summer and here in California we still have time to grow edible plants to last through fall. Thanks to our good weather there are lots of delicious vegetables that can still thrive at this time. All you need to do is the basics needed to plant and take care of these easy-to-grow-crops. […]

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  • 6 Beautiful Tough Plants to Grow in Your Garden

    Although there are so many varieties of plants we can grow, I tend to rely on a few tried-and-true favorites. These low-care, tough plants are beautiful and they come back year after year. They are also popular in gardens as they provide a pleasing variety of colors, textures, shapes and height. Soil doesn’t have to […]

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  • Quarantine Gardening – Why Not?

    Since we are on lockdown indefinitely, I am taking the time to do quarantine gardening and catch up on spring gardening chores. There are so many things I can definitely think of in order to use most of the free time staying home. If you enjoy gardening like me, here are some projects that I […]

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  • How to Prune a Lemon Tree

    I’ve had lemon trees for years and I just love growing them. They’re filled with shiny evergreen foliage, fragrant flowers and lots of fruit. Can you count the many ways we can use lemons? If you take good care of a lemon tree, it will result in bountiful harvest. And one of the ways to […]

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  • How to Reuse Tree Cuttings  Around your Home – Save Money

    Have you ever wondered how to reuse tree cuttings in the winter season? Well, in my home we don’t throw cuttings away and try to reuse them in many ways. In this post I’d like to share with you how we make use of tree cuttings and save money on winter home decor. We have […]

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  • Reuse Salad Containers to Grow Seeds

    If you like starting seeds in modules or small containers, here is another great way to do it.  After I’ve collected salad containers from the grocery store, I thought why not reuse them to start growing seeds.  What I love about it is they’re free and some of them already have holes for drainage. If […]

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  • 7 Gorgeous White Flowers for Easter

    One of the better ways to celebrate Easter is with gorgeous white flowers. I love  decorating and gifting with white flowers for Easter because to me they symbolize purity and holiness. Additionally, white flowers are simple and timeless.  Here are some of my favorite white flowers for Easter…… 1. EASTER LILY Also known as trumpet […]

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  • How to Divide Daylilies

    This year I promised myself I will divide daylilies (Hemerocallis) because they got overcrowded in the garden.  Also I have bare spots in the yard that can use new plantings.  So I said it’s time to do it and I’m sharing with you an easy way how.  Just remember, the best time to divide daylilies […]

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