Plants, like humans, require food and water to survive. One way of helping plants grow is by using compost and liquid fertilizer.
One of the quickest-growing vegetables, the Brassica rapa belongs to the mustard family and is known by various common names like pechay.
Koi is derived from the Japanese word “carp.” Known for their colors, modern koi are thought to have originated in early nineteenth-century Japan, where rice farmers caught, reared, and nurtured wild, colorful fish.
Using coffee grounds for plants? It’s a creative approach to repurpose something that would otherwise wind up in the trash.
Duckweed is an aquatic plant that grows in fresh water and appears to make a green blanket over the water.
Horsetail is an evergreen plant with no flowers that are not only great for your pots but also has a number of health benefits.
Bioleather has acquired attention as a design material thanks to its creation as an alternative to mammal hides and leather tanning techniques, which are both polluted and inhumane to animals.
Approximately 16 million have started container gardening. Growing their veggies, fruits, and herbs in raised beds, containers, and produce bags.
Barakura style gardening is an inventive kind of container gardening that you haven’t seen anywhere else.