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What to Consider When Buying a Greenhouse
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What to Consider When Buying a Greenhouse

Adding a greenhouse to your backyard comes with many so many delightful benefits, but it can be a pretty big decision. There’s a lot to consider, such as size, materials, price, and how it’s going to look in your yard. There are many different styles of greenhouses to choose from as well, which will play

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How to Keep Your Indoor Garden Thriving in the Winter
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How to Keep Your Indoor Garden Thriving in the Winter

It’s always wonderful having a house full of plants. It brightens up the atmosphere, adds a touch of life and nature to your decor, and gives the place an overall feeling of vibrancy. In the winter months these good feelings we get from plants are even more important. When everything is dark, cold, and grey

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Top 10 Fertilizers for Your Indoor Garden
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Top 10 Fertilizers for Your Indoor Garden

As every gardener knows, plants need to be provided with light and water if they’re going to grow. Getting even those two elements just right can sometimes be tricky enough, making sure you don’t provide too much or too little of either. But then you have to consider your plant’s nutritional needs. They leach nutrients

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Top 10 Aquaponics Kits to Get You Started at Home
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Top 10 Aquaponics Kits to Get You Started at Home

The beauty of aquaponics lies in the perfect unison of plant and animal life working together to create a smoothly running, mutually beneficial ecosystem. Aquaponics is the practice of combining aquaculture (raising aquatic life) with hydroponics (growing your plants without soil). In an aquaponic environment, you simply feed your fish and wait for your plants

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A Beginner's Guide to Aquaponics
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A Beginner’s Guide to Aquaponics

Similar to hydroponics, aquaponics uses water and nutrients in the absence of soil to create the ideal environment for plant growth. The big difference between these two techniques is that rather than adding a nutrient solution to your water supply you’re letting aquatic animals provide your plants with all the nutrients they need through natural

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7 Indoor Gardening Activities for Kids
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7 Indoor Gardening Activities for Kids

Rain or shine, warm weather or cold, gardening indoors is always fun and it can be done during any time of the year. Indoor gardening activities are a great way to keep kids occupied inside while also allowing them to learn a bit about plants and biology. The next time you want to share your

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Indoor Hydroponic System for Beginners (What You Need and Why)
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Indoor Hydroponic System for Beginners (What You Need and Why)

If you aren’t familiar with hydroponics, it might seem intimidating to set up your own indoor hydroponic grow system. You might think you’d need a lot of special equipment, that it might be expensive to set up, or that the whole process will just be too complicated. There certainly is a lot you could learn

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10 Unique Gifts for Indoor Gardeners
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10 Unique Gifts for Indoor Gardeners

Looking for a neat and novel gift for a friend who loves to garden? Or maybe you’re the gardening enthusiast and you’re feeling like you needs some gifts for yourself! There are way more gift ideas than just pots and plants when it comes to shopping for tools, accessories, and decorations for indoor gardening. Whether

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Gardening and Your Health: A Prescription for Wellness?
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Gardening and Your Health: A Prescription for Wellness?

There is a new prescription on the market and doctors are prescribing it with increasing frequency. Patients are seeing an improvement in their moods and they’re feeling healthier, fitter, and stronger. What’s this new prescription doctors are handing out like candy? It’s a Green Prescription and they’re simply telling you to go play outside. What

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Greenhouse Pests? Here's How to Deal With Them!
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Greenhouse Pests? Here’s How to Deal With Them!

Gardening inside a greenhouse can provide your plants with a certain amount of protection, but pests can still become an issue. Because your plants are all housed together in one small, closely contained area it’s incredibly important to prevent an infestation before it affects your entire garden. Should pests still find their way in be

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