The two species of lavender, English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) and French lavender (Lavandula stoechas), are the same plant. But there are some significant variations between the two in terms of development, survival, and blossoming. The main distinction between English and French lavender is that the former is cold-tolerant and can live up to 15 years,… Continue reading The Difference Between English and French Lavender
Whether lavenders or any variety of lavender can thrive in shadier conditions is one of the most frequently asked concerns by novice gardeners. Shade is not good for lavender growth. Lavenders need full sun and drier humidity and drainage conditions. Less sun exposure throughout the growing season results in fewer flowers, poor growth, and even… Continue reading Will Lavenders Grow in The Shade?
It makes sense that you would want to develop your own indoor moss garden because moss transforms any inside space into a breathtaking visual spectacle. Fortunately, achieving this isn’t difficult. I’ll explain how to grow moss indoors in this post, along with how to maintain your moss garden once it is set up. Being… Continue reading How To Grow Moss Indoors (Quick Guide For Beginners)
Succulents do require constant watering during their growing seasons. But after they enter a latent phase, they hardly ever need water to survive. Succulents should be bottom watered to prevent overwatering by giving the soil the right quantity of moisture. The soil only absorbs as much water as it can hold before draining freely… Continue reading Bottom Watering Succulents: Prevent Overwatering Succulents
Although they are fungi, mushrooms can live in a variety of settings. Not all mushrooms can. Some mushrooms can even grow on wood, while others only grow in moist, shaded areas. A damp climate will allow mushrooms to grow on wood. Mushrooms are encouraged to feed on the lignin (wood fibers) and thrive as a… Continue reading Mushrooms Growing on Wood: Here’s why
Fungi, which include mushrooms, can grow in a variety of settings, including backyards, lawns, and woodlands. They procreate by dispersing spores into the atmosphere or water droplets. Due to spores that were embedded in the potting soil or the mulch media that was utilized, mushrooms will grow in vegetable gardens and potted plants. They are… Continue reading Mushrooms Growing in Vegetable Garden: What you Should Know
Have you ever questioned whether mushrooms shine at night? Yes is the clear-cut response. Not all mushrooms are luminescent at night. However, a lot of mushrooms, particularly ones that are growing on wood, glow at night. It is referred to as “bioluminescence” Bioluminescent organisms, as the name suggests, are living things that emit light. This… Continue reading Do Mushrooms Glow In The Dark? Everything you need to know
Clay and plastic pots can be replaced with fabric pots and planters, however if watering is not done properly, it might be difficult to maintain the plants in these containers. Any technique of watering fabric plant pots will work, but top watering is recommended because it lets the water to gently trickle into the soil.… Continue reading Watering Plants in Fabric Pots: How it should be done
When there is not enough room for them to be planted directly in the ground, key lime trees can be cultivated in a bucket or a sizable plant pot. Having them in pots has the benefit of allowing you to grow the plant indoors, on a balcony, or even on a porch. Planting key lime… Continue reading How to Grow a Potted Key Lime Tree?
Rotating indoor plants is a crucial activity that is frequently neglected until a problem is actually discovered. Rotating potted plants is essential for both plant growth and aesthetics since plants grow naturally toward the light. Every two to three months, rotate a potted plant on its axis to expose areas that don’t often receive enough… Continue reading Rotating Houseplants: Here’s Why You Should Do It