What a crazy start to the year and I am happy it is finally warming up outside! Tons of things are happening on the Myers Greens front that I will get into further down below. I just want to say that even with all the crazy bad happening around there is still tons of goodContinue reading “Myers Greens Update April 2022”
Tag Archives: Gardening
What Does Adding Biochar (Charcoal) do to your garden?
The question appeared in my mind “What does charcoal actually do in gardening?”. So, I started digging and I am now going to be adding biochar to most of my garden beds in the future. The benefits are great and anyone with a few trees can create there own. The Benefits To Be Had AddingContinue reading “What Does Adding Biochar (Charcoal) do to your garden?”
Vegetables And Herbs You Can Grow In Containers This Winter
Obtaining fresh vegetables and herbs during the winter time can be difficult in some regions without breaking the bank. Why not grow your own indoors? If you have a spare window or a room that gets a few hours of sunlight a day it is possible with the right vegetable/herb variety. Vegetables and Herbs toContinue reading “Vegetables And Herbs You Can Grow In Containers This Winter”
Tools and Tips for Growing Plants Indoors During Winter
Being prepared for growing indoors is no small feat. There are a lot of factors that can come into play. Lighting, soil, and the container are what I consider the main things that can dampen your spirits before you even get started. I have covered below some of the things that should be considered when/beforeContinue reading “Tools and Tips for Growing Plants Indoors During Winter”
Benefits of pruning and trimming your basil.
The sunflowers and everything else in that box are enjoying this weather.
How to Prune/Trim Basil for a Better Harvest (and how to store the all the extra)
Basil is a plant that benefits greatly from regular pruning and trimming. I have laid out some of the best ways to prune your basil and keep it growing further into the season. When trimmed properly you can obtain a large batch of basil with every harvest. No matter what type of Basil you areContinue reading “How to Prune/Trim Basil for a Better Harvest (and how to store the all the extra)”
6 Things You Can Do To Improve The Efficiency Of Watering Your Garden
Properly watering your garden and ensuring you obtain the most out of every drop should be a top priority for anyone who takes water conservation to heart. Below I have listed out “6 Things You Can Do To Improve The Efficiency Of Watering Your Garden”. These are not new or by any means all inclusiveContinue reading “6 Things You Can Do To Improve The Efficiency Of Watering Your Garden”
Heat Stress on your plants and what you can do to prevent it
With warmer weather predicted for most of the summer, it is a great time to get informed on some signs and symptoms of heat stress in your plants. Preventing your plants from overheating will ensure the blossoms stay fresh and leaves don’t wilt. In the realm of cold-weather plants you will be preventing them fromContinue reading “Heat Stress on your plants and what you can do to prevent it”
Historical Forest Gardens – Human-made improvements that stood the test of time
Indigenous forest gardens that have not been managed for over 150 years are still standing and thriving with life. These gardens have been resistant to the advances of the surrounding conifer forests and continued to provide a vibrant feeding ground for wildlife long after the indigenous people were forced from them in the 1800s. WithContinue reading “Historical Forest Gardens – Human-made improvements that stood the test of time”