Go Indigenous!!

The first time I heard the word Indigenous (with reference to plants) I knew for sure they were referring to the genus of plants originating in India!! Well, I did realize that I should refer a dictionary and not come up with my own interpretations!! So what is Indigenous? Indigenous means originating or occurring naturallyContinue reading “Go Indigenous!!”

Your Garden does not need additional water!

Surprising as it may seem you can manage your Garden very efficiently with the existing quantity of water usage. Garden by no means is demanding, especially when it comes to water! So whether you’re facing a water crunch or you believe in water conservation, these tricks will definitely help you save water. #1 Always MulchContinue reading “Your Garden does not need additional water!”

Inexpensive Gardening – Part 1 – Pots & Containers

Idea Number 5: Use some old buckets or paint buckets! I know this is the most common idea. But it is one of the best ideas as well. Idea Number 4: Plastic Bottles: Don’t underestimate the power of a plastic bottle. It is one of the most important tools in gardening! You can cut openContinue reading “Inexpensive Gardening – Part 1 – Pots & Containers”

Do you find Gardening Expensive?

Lets talk Money! Do you find Gardening expensive? Many people assume that Gardening is very expensive as it involves expenditure on Pots or Containers Gardening Tools Compost/Fertilizers/Manures/Pesticide/Insecticide Seeds Miscellaneous items like Garden decoration and lighting, etc Click on any of the above points to know the various methods of making Gardening Economical rather almost free..!!Continue reading “Do you find Gardening Expensive?”

Understanding Seeds

A lot of videos that I have seen online recommend using seeds from our kitchen for planting, especially when it comes to vegetable seeds. But before you do this, just understand the two basic types of seeds. Type I: Open Pollinated or Traditional method: “Open pollinated” generally refers to seeds that will “breed true.” WhenContinue reading “Understanding Seeds”