Flower Garden – Part XV – Petunia

Petunias have multiple blooms at a time; gives your garden the grandeur you have been searching for.

Flower Garden – Part XI – Lantana

If you need a plant that needs no care, no pruning, no composting, yet all season flowers..

An Ideal Farm – Part I

All the posts in the featured series talk particularly about Indian Agriculture Scenario. We all dream about an ideal farm.. Ideal way of doing agriculture.. and then we just shun the thought thinking its just a dream.. Well.. I just decided to give it more thought and pursue it through.. An ideal farm is aContinue reading “An Ideal Farm – Part I”

Inexpensive Gardening – Part 3 – Compost

Over a period of time I have spoken a lot about organic composting and even experimented a lot with them. Here’s a quick recap to all the Composting Ideas! Cow Dung & Cow Urine always stand at number one position when it comes to compost. To read more about application of manure click here. DryContinue reading “Inexpensive Gardening – Part 3 – Compost”

Easiest Plant To Plant… The Eggplant!

Hello Friends, Bloggers, Writers, Photographers, Gardeners and Farmers..!! Missed you all so much!! Can’t believe it’s been more than 6 months since I last posted an article. By the way, my last article was on tomato; did you try it? If you ever thought that tomato was a bit cumbersome task with planting and replanting;Continue reading “Easiest Plant To Plant… The Eggplant!”

MOO!!

None of the discussions on gardening/ farming/ organic produce/ manure/ composting is ever complete without talking about COWS!! Cow dung and urine are considered one of the most elite sources of compost. Cow dung is rich of minerals and bacteria cultures which turns the soil very fertile. However there are many ways in which weContinue reading “MOO!!”

MULCHING

Mulching is nothing but covering the soil around the plants with dried leaves/grass or coco peat. Such a covering stops water from getting evaporated and helps to retain moisture in the soil. Mulching is very beneficial in the winter and summer season. After sometime the leaves start decaying and get converted into compost. This improvesContinue reading “MULCHING”

Composting – 4

How will you know if the compost is ready? It normally takes around 3 months for the composting process to get completed. You know your composting process is going well when you can sense a slight heat in your compost bin. Also slowly the contents will start turning black. When all the contents in theContinue reading “Composting – 4”

Composting – 3

Some Dos and Don’ts : Maintain the Air and Moisture level in the compost bin : Adding more of green waste increases the moisture and thereby a possibility of stink and insects. However a correct level of moisture ensures that there is no stink. The microbes (bacteria) need air (oxygen) in the process of decomposing.Continue reading “Composting – 3”