Growing plants without soil is often called hydroponics. The name implies that the plants are grown in water containing dissolved nutrients. However, pure water culture is only one of the many methods employed. All of the other methods might simply be grouped as “soilless” culture, which would include sand culture, gravel culture, and culture utilizing [...]
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Posted in Greenhouse Kits on May 8th, 2013
So let’s talk about starting our plants from seed. If you are watching this video and you are probably like me not the most confident when it comes to starting our plants by seed. I would much rather go out and just grab the flat and use plants that are already started. You get them [...]
So let’s talk about starting our plants from seed. If you are watching this video and a little unsure about starting our plants by seed. I would much rather go out and just grab a flat and go with plants that are already started. You get them in the greenhouse and let’s get growing. The [...]
Posted in Greenhouse Kits on Apr 29th, 2013
in this weeks Garden and Greenhouse Weekly decorating your porch with plants, caring for gerber daisies, growing flowers from seeds, 4 gardening videos, vegetable varieties for ornamental growers, the right way to prune palmettos, starting tomatoes in the greenhouse, vegetables for an edible yard, slowing the spread of invasive plants, diffuse lighting yields big gains, [...]
Tomatoes work great in the greenhouse. They get lots of heat throughout the summer and are protected from rain. If you have good ventilation you will avoid blight and other issues. The only downside is that you need to replace the soil in your raised beds if you only grow tomatoes every year. You might [...]