I've got a problem. There's no more space left in my garden. Well, let me rephrase. There's plenty of space, just not enough of that space is populated by planting beds. I still have many seedlings still either in pots or in the plastic containers from the nursery and need to get them into beds … Continue reading Thinking in the Box
Basil goes well with almost anything. You can use it as a garnish in Thai food, as a topping in pizza, throw it in a sandwich, and make a broth out of it for a soup. With great versatility comes great variety, as there are more than 50 different kinds of basil plants. I already … Continue reading Green and Purple
Breaking News! One cherry tomato plant and two beefsteak tomatoes were just given sentences of 40 days to life. On the scene reporters claim that their vines were making them too hard for Kabir to handle and they needed to be restrained. All jokes aside, today I brought home some tomato cages for the three … Continue reading Locked Up!
I like writing apps and I like gardening, so why not put them together? Many people don't take up gardening as a hobby or lifestyle as the task may seem a bit daunting or cumbersome. Instead they would rather sit on their phone and watch some Netflix. Well, why not harness the attractive power of … Continue reading Right Root (Work in Progress)
I planted a few beds of both red and white onions back in October of 2016. Now, after nearly nine months, they are finally ready to come out. Luckily, we got both a mix of large and small bulbs. This means I can chop the big ones into small pieces or a puree to … Continue reading First Harvest Preparations
Weeds are something that every gardener has to accept. If you don't have the green thumb, let me put it into more familiar terms. They're like taking out the trash. The bin is going to fill up all the time, and you have to do something about it because if it sits in your house … Continue reading Weeds n’ Critters (Garden Problems)
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