If you want to create new rose plants from some rose plants you already have, you should check out the propagation methods shown in this video. The first 3 methods are simple and can be applied by all amateur growers. If you have one or more rose bushes in your garden that make big, beautiful, […]
Grafting / Staking of sour orange tree in orange with a bud. One of the best grafting techniques for fruit trees
Do you want to graft a sour orange tree in orange tree? This is probably the best bud grafting technique for orange trees and fruit trees in general that I have come across. I’m sure you’ll find many instructions and videos describing various techniques for bud grafting into orange trees. So do I. I’ve watched
Healthy plants need healthy soil for healthy growth so that they can accurately absorb what the plants need. Soil needs to contain minerals, and research on active soils shows that the widespread use of synthetic fertilizers leads to a soil that no longer has the biology needed to support healthy plants. The text is my
Artist Steve Cutts captured in a 3.5 minute film the relationship between man and nature and its creatures. He did it so well that no words or translation is needed.
Christos shows us how he supports his tomatoes, making a reed structure that resembles a parallelogram cage. This kind of construction is often seen in tomato gardens. It is effective. The disadvantage is that it takes a lot of time to build (a lot of care). You have to take it apart at the end
Amazing Garden Soil Transformation Using Wood Chips At the beginning we see how bad the soil was before the application of the wood chips. The soil was hard and lacked organic matter. So hard that even weeds had a hard time growing. After 8 years of applying wood chips, the soil has been transformed. It
Everything You Know About Composting is Wrong: Mike McGrath at TEDxPhoenixville Mike McGrath talks about making compost using fallen tree leaves, which the majority of Americans (and beyond) consider garbage, and using blowers to blow them into each other’s gardens! At the end he talks about turning kitchen scraps into compost using worms.
I tried it and it really works this way of splitting wood into firewood. Before I saw this video I was playing around unfairly. It’s so simple! You’ve Been Splitting Firewood with an Axe Wrong
A Hugelkultur – keyhole garden is a raised bed that incorporates a cutout near the center of the bed. This center basket area acts as a compost pile to break down organic matter into mulch. The Hugelkultur-Keyhole Garden Explained
Raised Bed Gardening with cinder blocks
How to build Raised Garden Beds on a Slope or Hillside Easy, Simple and Free or Cheap
Video – How to build a raised vegetable bed on a hillside
Leveling out the ground, the old fashioned way.