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Did you know that the use of coffee grounds in gardens and orchards helps to control certain pests? In fact, coffee grounds have become fashionable among garden and orchard lovers, due to the multitude of benefits they bring to the cultivation of plants and vegetables. Therefore, if you are one of the people who want to take advantage of coffee grounds for plants, you are interested in the content we have prepared for you. Interested in learning more? Read on! What are the Benefits of Coffee Grounds for Plants? It’s okay if you don’t drink coffee at home. It’s a waste product that always ends up in the trash, so your family, friends or nearby coffee shops will give it to you without any problem. Coffee grounds are an excellent source of nutrients for plants. In fact, by using coffee grounds in them, the soil’s bacterial flora will be best…

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It happens that one is so satisfied with his plants that their biggest desire is to increase their number. But is it possible to multiply them? Let’s see what the best techniques to achieve this without damaging them and obtain new perfect blooms are. Multiplying houseplants is possible and it is also quite simple. There are several ways to do it, but the cutting is certainly the fastest and most effective technique: it allows to obtain new independent plants in about two months, which will decorate the rooms of the house even more – without spending a cent. In any case, if you feel the desire to multiply your plants, you belong to the second category of greenery lovers. Not the ones who like to sow, nor the pessimists who believe they can’t achieve anything. But those who are happy to buy plants to transplant, who see in the broken…

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Winter is almost here and it’s time for fall vegetables, the good ones to eat raw but also perfect to be made into soup. The garden, as you can see, does not stop even when it starts to get cold, on the contrary, it continues to produce its fruits marking the rhythm of the seasons! Tuscan black cabbage, for example, is considered as a delicacy in Italy. This cabbage comes with large dark green leaves and a nutritional concentrate with powerful antioxidant properties to enjoy. There is an ideal soil for growing kale, one enriched with good compost and full of nutrients, but rest assured, this vegetable grows in almost any condition, even in shade and sandy soil. Sowing Time Sowing time is between April and May. Cabbage seeds should be placed about 1.5 cm deep and in rows 22 cm apart. Germination takes about 10 days. When the plant…

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Climbing roses

Growing and Caring for Climbing Roses (Part 1)   Climbing roses have long, flexible branches, which allow them to be trained on support. Climbing roses are so called because of the length of their branches, which can reach and exceed 10 m. The name is misleading, as ‘climbing’ roses do not climb by themselves, unlike a Virginia creeper or clematis. The gardener must permanently attach the branches to support as they grow to gradually cover a vertical space, wall trellis, pergola, etc. The vigour of climbing roses is not the same for all varieties. Thus, while the smallest climbers do not exceed 2 m in height, the largest can produce branches of about 4 to 5 m. Rambler roses are exceptional climbers. With very long, thin, flexible and thorny branches, they “climb” and cling to their support, particularly in the branches of trees. Planting climbing roses Where to plant it? The rose…

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Everyone love houseplants! They can always be add a nice touch of greenery to any space and some are even easy to grow and maintain. And for those who love the urban jungle aesthetic, houseplants are perfect for transforming even the living room into an exotic place capable of transporting us to faraway lands and environment without having to pack. There are many different species and each have a different flair. From purifying to meditative, passing by aromatic, decorative and relaxing, green interior design has become a real trend. Also, the bigger, the better as the most popular indoor plants are large and have a big presence in homes. But what are the houseplants ready to set the trend in 2022? Want to learn more? In today’s blog, we bring you a list of trending plant names for 2022. Enjoy! 1.Ferns Houseplant experts agree that 2022 will be the year…

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Asparagus is a perennial plant with a fairly short harvest season, but if you like the flavor of this vegetable, it may be worthwhile to start an asparagus farm in your garden. And, by doing so, you will have excellent asparagus available for many years. Their unique and decisive flavor and crunchy texture make asparagus very popular with gourmets; moreover, this vegetable with a thousand-year-old history has several beneficial properties. Its chemical composition includes, for example, asparagine, an amino acid that is very important in protein synthesis, rutin, which helps strengthen capillaries, folic acid, manganese and vitamin A, which are beneficial for the skin and the proper functioning of the kidneys, as well as calcium, potassium and phosphorus, all with a minimal caloric intake, very little fat and a minimal amount of sodium. The asparagus itself, or the edible part of the plant, is only the tender shoot, or twig,…

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Making Your Small Garden Appear Bigger

Making Your Small Garden Appear Bigger   Summary Step 1: Start by clearing the way! Step 2: Limit the number of plants in a small garden Step 3: Choose the right plantings If your garden seems too small, you can try to give it a sense of space by arranging it wisely. Follow these tips, and the result will likely be a pleasant surprise as your natural space will seem much more extensive! 1. Start by clearing out your space! The most common mistake in a small garden is to occupy its center with a profusion of plants. This makes it look even smaller than it is. On the contrary, to make a small garden appear bigger: Clear the central axis: move the trees and shrubs in the garden’s heart. Move them to the periphery to hide the garden’s limits or offer them to a friend with a large plot.…

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Do you love coconuts and the planet? Coconut fibers, also known as Coir, may be the growing medium for you, as it is simply the discarded clothing of a harvested coconut. Using it instead of throwing it away is a win-win for everyone and for environmental responsibility, it is becoming popular due to its use as a natural planting medium. It can be planted directly as is or mixed with other beneficial products. While it is an excellent growing medium for many plants with many benefits, it is equally important to consider the potential drawbacks of coconut fiber. Advantages of Planting in Coir Durability: There are several reasons to plant in coir, and one of the main ones is its durability. You can reuse coir, unlike many other planting media, such as peat. And unlike peat, which is harvested from peat bogs, coir fiber is the result of reused waste:…

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Synergistic agriculture, or rather the philosophy of life related to it, was born in the 30s of the 20th century; the founding father, or the one who spread the teachings related to this type of cultivation, was the Japanese agronomist Masanobu Fukuoka, who first applied the principle of natural agriculture of non-action. Later, in the 1960s, this agricultural technique was further developed and disseminated by the Spanish farmer Emilia Hazelip, who applied and considerably deepened the principles of permaculture of Masanobu Fukuoka, also through books published in the United States. The Concept What makes this type of cultivation a philosophy of life, as well as a technique that is absolutely respectful of the environment, and therefore very much appreciated by those who wish to adopt an ecological attitude, is the concept that underlies the action, that is to say the non-action of man in the process of growth and production…

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The hydrangea is a robust and adaptable plant. It likes shade, but also grows well in the sun. It lives in almost any type of soil and requires only a regular supply of water and good drainage. It does not fear the cold of winter and can even withstand up to seven degrees below zero. In short, the hydrangea is the perfect plant! If you were born with black thumbs, or if you’re taking baby steps into gardening, hydrangea could be a great start for you and bring you great satisfaction in terms of yield and aesthetics. So here are our tips and tricks for growing and caring for hydrangea, a beautiful vintage flower that beautifies any corner, both on the ground in the garden and in pots. Growing Hydrangeas Hydrangeas like shade, although they do not mind morning or evening sun. In any case, it is best to fix…

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