Blog Posts - Mulching



Aspiring to Asparagus

loving asparagus is one of those "grown up" things i reckon.  first of all because for many of us it is a taste and flavour that we did not aquire until we grew up.  the other reason is because it takes patience to grow .... truly.  bu...
by JustEarth on Jul 21, 2015

5 Steps for Controlling Potato Beetles

Every gardener growing potatoes is likely to run into this beetle, as it’s a devastating pest of potatoes.  Both the yellow, black-striped adult and the black-spotted, red larvae feed on potato leaves, and can completely consume them ther...
by Better Hens and Gardens on Apr 27, 2015

Ruth Stout Methods

i was introduced to Ruth Stout when we moved to the Northern Rivers.  our permaculture guru (TerraSancta Permaculture) included it as part of how we should improve and grow our food for a very simple reason:it's easythere are heaps of other reas...
by JustEarth on Nov 18, 2014

Landscaping Design Tip #11: Proper Mulching

Mulching can be an excellent way to improve your Florida-friendly landscape. This is the eleventh of 12 Landscaping Tips for a Florida-Friendly Yard, which can be downloaded from our free eBook library. With our alternating wet and dry seasons, one o...

3 Things You Can Do To Improve The Vegetable Garden This Year

With the cold and snow we have experienced here in the Chicago Area this year I am hoping for a much better growing season. One way to help your vegetable garden to do better is to implement these 3 easy … Continue reading →...
by Glenns Garden on Mar 8, 2014

3 Things You Can Do To Improve The Vegetable Garden This Year

With the cold and snow we have experienced here in the Chicago Area this year I am hoping for a much better growing season. One way to help your vegetable garden to do better is to implement these 3 easy … Continue reading →...
by Glenns Garden on Mar 8, 2014

Mulching 101

Every gardener should mulch. It is one of the simplest and most effective practices to control weeds and improve the soil, while beautifying your garden without much effort! A layer of mulch will create a “professional” looking garden! Th...
by Fun Flower Facts on Jul 22, 2013

Start, Maintain & Mulch Your Garden To Achieve Great Results

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scotts Miracle-Gro for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. Dear Creatives, Today I want to share with you how you can have a maintain & mulch your garden this spring or anytime of year, hel...
by Dear Creatives on Apr 22, 2013

Composting And Mulching Fall Leaves

Master Gardener William Moss demonstrates how to compost you fall leaves, including how to manage the pile throughout the winter.
by SurfWNY.com/Videos on Nov 27, 2012

Mulching Chrysanthemums Helps Assure Winter Survival

Much like roses, chrysanthemums need to be protected during the winter months to help assure that these fall blooming perennial favorites will survive the winter.   Let’s begin by [..]...
by Hametownshoppes Blog on Nov 1, 2012

Y'all are the BEST!

Not that I needed the validation or anything, but it was lovely to read your supportive and uplifting comments yesterday. It was, indeed, a down day, and those happen every once in a while. I made the best of it, and will continue to do everything I...
by Knit. Run. Repeat. on May 6, 2012

Organic Gardening – Mulching Your Tomato Plants

Mulching properly is a very important part of organic gardening, especially when growing a crop like tomatoes. The soil and the moisture content are both very important in having a healthy crop. Mulching is an excellent way to keep this moisture from...
by Clip Garden on Feb 20, 2012

Winterize Your Herb Garden

Well, we arrived home from a week in sunny Las Vegas, welcomed by snow and below zero temperatures! Unusual for here on the west coast of Canada in mid-November. Luckily, I had taken care to winterize my herbs before I left. Here’s what to do w...
by Through Nana's Garden Gate on Nov 23, 2010


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