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love worm farms
Handy Worm Farm information and care guide to happy healthy worms Worm farming, otherwise known as vermiculture (vermis from the Latin for worm) is the process of harnessing earthworms to convert organic waste into the world’s most nutrient-rich fertiliser; worm manure. Worms are nature's unique and natural recyclers, by having a worm farm you...
how to grow seeds
Want to Learn the 3 big Mistakes People are making with growing Seeds? Don't believe any tales of woe which tells you it's hard to raise your own seedlings from scratch. It's one of the simplest and most joyful jobs in the garden but in order to avoid disastrous mistakes, you do need to...
garden wildlife cameras
Perfect for nature lovers, these smart little wildlife cameras for your garden are easy to use and great for capturing all sorts of wildlife activity day and night. There is no tool better for finding out "what's out there" than the camera trap a.k.a the trail camera. The humble camera trap — an automated...
raised beb no dig
There is a lot of healthy discussion which surrounds the planning of vegetable garden beds: to dig or not to dig, that is the question! One of the best things about gardening is that you can start with just about nothing and end up with something beautiful, fulfilling or successful or if you're blessed...
how to grow peas
Growing Peas - they're an important crop and one of the easiest of all vegetables to propagate and grow. There is a good reason why parents encourage kids to eat more green peas. They have many essential vitamins and minerals that the growing bodies need. Peas (Pisum sativum) common names include garden pea,...
how to grow potatoes
What You Need to Know About Growing Potatoes Growing your own potatoes is incredibly satisfying, and you don't need a huge garden either. Potatoes are herbaceous plants of the nightshade family. Potato originates from South America and was introduced to Europe in 16th century. Potatoes are a rich source of carbs (starch), vitamins C...
how to grow mushrooms
How to grow seriously tasty mushrooms Mushrooms are amazing and so easy to grow. Most types can be grown all year around if provided with the correct growing conditions. They need a moderate temperatures (around 20 to 25 degrees celcius), humidity, and ventilation. The best bit is contary to popular belief, total darkness is...
how to grow beans
Grow beans not just because they're healthy and delicious - they're also super very easy to grow. Beans are seeds from the Fabaceae family, commonly known as the legume, pea, or bean family. I love beans because they are nutrient dense; high in fibre and starch plus a good source of protein, iron, and...
composting masterclass
Create Miracles in Your Soil - Become a Master of Composting with Our Step-by-Step Guide It's a crime against good gardening and the environment to burn leaves and grass (unless they are diseased or polluted) because every scrap of organic vegetable matter should be converted to compost — and compost can be the most...
how to grow basil plants
How To Grow, Harvest and Use Basil Basil (Ocimum basilicum) is one of the most popular herbs in the garden. It is a member of the mint family and closely associated with Italian cooking, although it is originally from India. Basil adds fine flavour to tomato dishes, salads, and pesto. It is great...

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