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How to grow spinach

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How to grow spinach

Spinach is a hardy and simple crop to plant in the early spring and in some climates, fall months. This cool-season crop’s dark green leaves need plenty of nitrogen and a temperature between 50 and 60 degrees Fahrenheit.1.Prep the soil. Prepare your soil by loosening it about a foot deep. Soil should be nitrogen-rich and well-draining. Sow seeds directly into your garden soil outside—it is not recommended to start spinach seeds indoors, as spinach have delicate roots and don’t do well with transplanting. 2.Plant the seeds. Plant spinach seeds about a half to one inch deep in your garden, covering...

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Finding the Best Metal Plant Stand in the Market

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Finding the Best Metal Plant Stand in the Market

Traditionally, a plant stand came in only two styles: mid-century types and others came in a more book-shelf design. The book-shelf type had a few shelves where you can place your small plants.  Thankfully, currently, there are several metal plant stands that will improve your overall interior and exterior design. Here’s the catch; it’s not easy to find the right metal planter for your home. But don’t worry. With a little bit of guidance, you will be able to find the right metal plant stand. Let’s take a look at some of the considerations you should have in mind when...

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Best houseplants for low light

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Best houseplants for low light

Let’s face it, only countable people live in houses with plentiful; amount of sunlight. You might be living in a house with a few windows and several dark rooms. This should not limit your use of indoor plant and hanging flower pot to beautify your home. Below are the best houseplants that do not require higher amounts of sunlight. Devil’s ivy This hanging plant that gives your house a natural appearance. The best thing about Devil's ivy is that they are available in different leaf colors. You can choose those with green leaves or one with white leaf colorations. However, solid green is...

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6 Home Gardening Mistakes

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6 Home Gardening Mistakes

  If your plants are not thriving, then you may have made one or two of the mistakes down below. We gardeners typically prefer learning things the hard way. But it sometimes comes at a cost especially when growing your plants at home. And it is such a waste when you do gardening the wrong way. So, let’s take a look at 6 most common home gardening mistakes that you should avoid. 1. Planting without a plan Whenever you go out, there’s always a chance that you might find yourself buying things that you didn’t plan for. And in the...

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Replant fresh herbs from the supermarket

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Replant fresh herbs from the supermarket

Are you wondering whether herbs sold in a supermarket can do well or not when replanted? You may not have any other option of buying fresh herbs other than a supermarket in most cases so you have to know how to deal with it. Supermarkets offer a wide range of healthy indoor herbs so with adequate knowledge on how to plant them, you will fall in love with the results. Below are top tips of replanting fresh herbs from the supermarket.   Transplant them as soon as possible After you purchase indoor herbs, transplant them as soon as possible. Most people...

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