Flower Seeds

To plant small seeds, use your finger or the corner of a trowel to prepare a trench to the depth you desire. Take a few seeds and scatter them down the trench, it doesn’t have to be perfect. In most cases, seeds are sown closer than their final spacing because having too many seedlings is always better than having too few. You can always thin out the rows later. After sowing the seeds, spread a light layer of mulch or soil on top to protect them. This will also help the seeds germinate. Make sure that you thoroughly water right after planting. Tip: For small seeds that are going straight into the garden, mix them with a little sand before spreading. Adding sand will help make it easier to properly space plants. Planting Transplants Transplants are a good choice if you have a hard time getting seeds to sprout or if you live in an area with a short growing season. Before you start planting, you’ll want to determine the correct spacing recommendations for your plants and dig holes accordingly. Dig a hole that is as deep as the plant container and about one and a half times as wide. Remove all rocks and un-decayed organic matter so the roots have plenty of room to grow. If you like, you can add a bit of organic fertilizer or compost to the hole, but mix it with some of the soil before you put the plant in. Next, remove the transplant from its container and examine the root ball. If several of the roots are circling around at the bottom, gently loosen them. Try to disturb the root ball as little as possible. Use both hands when placing the plant into the hole and make sure the plants’ base is even with the soil surface, neither protruding nor sunken into the ground. Gently fill and tamp with your hands. Transplants need water shortly after they have been planted. When you have finished, make sure to give your garden a gentle but thorough watering. If temperatures drop, you can protect your young plants by using row cover, plastic milk jugs, or other season extenders to keep them warm at night. Watering Transplants and newly sown seeds need to be kept constantly moist for the first few weeks. Water your new garden lightly every time the surface is dry or thoroughly twice a day in hot weather (see Watering the Garden).

Seedlings should emerge from the ground in a week or two. If the weather is cool, it may take a bit longer. Transplants take a while to recover once they’ve been planted. You’ll know they’re doing fine when you see them start to grow again (usually in one to two weeks). Once your garden is established, water in the early morning hours (avoiding overhead watering if possible) to give the plants time to dry out during the day. This will prevent many fungal disease problems and encourage deep roots, which will make your plants more hardy and less likely to suffer when deprived of water. Tip: If a plant starts to wilt, don’t assume that it is drooping because it needs water. Check the soil first. Plants can wilt for a variety of reasons. You may do more harm than good if you water first and ask questions later. The earth neither grows old or wears out if it is dunged. – Columella, circa 45 A.D. Organic fertilizers differ from chemicals, in that, they feed your plants while building the soil’s structure. Soils with lots of organic material, remain loose and airy, are better able to hold moisture and nutrients, foster growth of soil organisms, including earthworms, and promote healthier root development (see Soil Fertility & Crop Nutrition). Building a healthy soil is the key to successful organic gardening. Another advantage of organic fertilizers, is that they are made from plant and animal sources, or from rock powders. These materials need to be broken down by soil microbes in order for their nutrients to be released, and that takes time. Because organic fertilizer works slowly, it provides long-term nutrition and steady, rather than excessive growth. On the other hand, chemical fertilizers work fast, which is a good thing, if that’s what you’re looking for. They can make a bad garden or lawn look good much quicker than most organics can. However, it’s my opinion that the nutrients are released too quickly, creating a great deal of top growth before the roots are able to catch up. This kind of growth often leads to weaker plants. Also, because they are so rich, synthetic chemicals can easily be over applied and “burn” roots or create toxic concentration of salts. Learn more about the adverse environmental effects of synthetic chemicals here. Chemical fertilizers will not improve the structure of the soil. In fact, because they are composed of high concentrations of mineral salts, they are capable of killing off many of the soil organisms that are responsible for decomposition, and soil formation. If only chemicals are added, the soil gradually loses its organic matter and microbiotic activity. As this material is used up, the soil structure breaks down, becoming lifeless, compact and less able to hold water and nutrients. The result is pretty clear – you’ll have to use more and more fertilizer. For more information on gardeing go to www.Teegoes.org .

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Tips on Shopping for Clay Flower Pots

Flower vases or pots are important items in every household. These pots have many uses including planting your new seeds in them. You could even use the pots to transfer the plants from one position to another. The plants you need to keep inside the house would look good in the pot. These vases have been in use since ancient times around the world. Currently these flowerpots have more than one use. They are mainly for decorating any room in your house or even the exterior of your house. The clay flower pots are some of the best in the market.

 

Even so, you can find containers made of fiberglass, plastic, ceramics, sandstone and so on. The flower vases made of clay have many advantages. First, people love them because they keep the plants looking fresh and smelling clean. Secondly, many people appreciate the fact that these pots are made of biodegradable materials. Today, green products are the most popular, because they are made of organic or natural materials. To reap the benefits of these pots, you need to do two things. First, you could decide to mold the flowerpots personally.

 

If not, you could simply go shopping for readymade pots. Any of the two options is easy and possible for you to try it. If you decide to mold the flowerpots, the first thing to buy is the clay. Perhaps you want completely natural clay. This is available and it includes the pottery clay or firing clay. The clay requires low, medium or high heating when baking it. Polymer clay is synthetic and in this case will not be your choice. However, you have an opportunity to pick the type you want. When buying any of clay, consider the heating specifics and ease of use. Check if the clay is for making items like clay flower pots. On the other hand, if you want to buy these items directly, try your search where you have a big range of products.

 

The Internet is your favorite shopping hub now. The internet platform has improved the shopping activity in a big way. All you have to do is to search for the best stores. The best store has good reputation for selling high quality products to previous customers. Before you could buy, decide the place you want to place the pots in your home. The outdoor flowerpots are different from indoor flowerpots. In addition, if you want garden pots, these are unique. The other major considerations you must have are the prices. Many factors will directly influence the prices of the plant you want.

 

For example, you will find that some plants are more expensive than others because of their types are. Moreover, you find that the plant size, in terms of height and weight will directly influence the final prices. When you buy readymade flowerpots, you could personalize them. You could make arty sketches on them, such as prints or paint them the way you want. Additionally, you could incise your names or any other image or words onto the clay flower pots. This is easy because the clay pots’ surface is not hard.

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Tips for Planting Flower Bulbs

Flower bulbs can produce some amazing flowers throughout the whole year for little care and effort once planted. This yearly display can start with the earliest flowering bulbs in the spring such as snowdrops and crocus and proceed into winter with bulbs forced indoors to bloom. These you can see available in stores around Christmas time.

For this article we will discuss flower bulbs as being most of the group of flowers that grow from enlarged underground masses that store food over the winter for the plant. In another article we will address the actual differences among all such “bulbs”.

Flower bulbs, if planted in a bed, need a soil that has good drainage. A sandy loam soil is ideal but bulbs will do well in just about anything short of cold clay soil, soggy spots and very rocky ground. Even amongst the rocks you can find pockets to plant some of the smaller flower bulbs. Adding plenty of organic matter always helps your soil as we have mentioned in other articles.

Some expert gardeners suggest a flowerbed where the bulbs will be planted should be prepared to a depth of two feet. This allows you to plant even the largest of bulbs to a good depth. But if the location is a low spot to which all other areas drain, and it holds water, this will not be a good spot to plant your bulbs regardless of how well you prepare the soil. Flower bulbs will readily rot where the soil holds water and is soggy.

Whatever spot you pick be sure it allows your flower bulbs to be in full sun. As most spring-flowering bulbs come up before the trees have their leaves, it may not be as great a concern for them. It is certainly a consideration when planting summer-flowering bulbs. Keep this in mind when planting near evergreens and man-made structures.

Some flower gardeners prefer to use bulbs to “naturalize” an area. To do this, you simply dig a hole big enough and deep enough for the bulb you are planting. You can also dig a hole big enough to hold four or five bulbs at a time. Put a little bulb fertilizer in the hole, place your bulbs in, replace the soil removed and cap with the sod you removed in making the hole.

And lastly the rule of thumb for planting flower bulbs is three times as deep as the bulb is big. You may wish to consider planting some bulbs even deeper. Barbara Damrosch of Theme Gardens fame prefers to plant her bulbs, especially tulips and daffodils, deeper at ten inches. She prefers this to keep them from sprouting in the fall, being worked out of the ground by the freezing and thawing of it, and also to help protect the bulbs from being eaten by animals.

© 2005, Sandra Dinkins-Wilson

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Window Boxes or Window Flower Boxes for Your Kitchen Garden

We should eat green leafy veggies to stay healthy, which is not a problem. Where to get fresh vegetables is what concerns us. We can buy them in the market but for some people it would be fun to grow them in their garden. That is if you have a garden. The alternative would be to use window boxes near the kitchen. With the vegetables within reach, you can save a bucketful of money.

 

Kitchen gardening is a lot of fun. Most people would tell you that kitchen gardening will bring out your creativity. Remember that you will be merely using window boxes so this is not going to be a really big garden. You will probably grow herbs and some vegetables.

 

Growing your own greens in a kitchen garden can provide salad greens anytime.  With the red tomatoes, the green scallions, freshly picked cucumber, and crispy lettuce straight from your window boxes, your dinner table will be very colorful and alluring. You do not have to worry about chemicals used by commercial farming. You should stay away from those harmful fertilizers.

 

It is easy to make a kitchen garden especially when you are using window boxes. Most houses already have window flower boxes. If you want to, you can use the existing window flower boxes and turn them into a small kitchen garden. Instead of flowers, you can use some herbs and other vegetables. Here is a brief guideline for your window flower boxes kitchen garden.

 

Find an adequate space for your garden and throw in a few good seeds, put organic fertilizer and maybe some kitchen waste, and water.  That’s it. It’s as simple as that. Now that you have your own kitchen garden, you need to maintain it. You need to take good care of your plants. You do want to eat fresh vegetables, right? You also need to closely watch your window boxes, especially if you are using wood. But there is no need to worry if you are using the PVC window boxes.

 

There are actually some more things to think about when you start your kitchen garden aside from the seeds and fertilizer. You also need soil, window flower boxes, handy tools, and supports.  You need to pick seeds for the kind of vegetables everybody in the family would love to eat.  Otherwise, it will be such a waste of time and effort. It might not cost much but the long hours you have spent and the bending you have done will go unrewarded. 

 

You might encounter some difficulties when you are gardening for the first time.  Who would not?  But making a kitchen garden using window boxes is one of the easiest forms of gardening. Besides who ever said that there are no such things as growing pains?  You will learn a lot along the way and later on you will be able to make some improvements.  You might even become an authority on kitchen gardening.  Take this opportunity as a learning experience.  You will learn patience, responsibility, about the insects, soil conditions, selecting the right plants, how the weather affects your garden, and a lot more.  Just keep going just as you do with your window flower boxes.  Now they are a beauty to behold.  Just be diligent and your rewards will be bountiful.

 

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Container Flower Garden

Flower gardens are not just for outdoor planting. One could very well plant a flower garden in pots that can be kept indoors, on a terrace or balcony, or perhaps a front porch or screened patio. Oftentimes, flower gardens will flourish in a more healthy fashion because watering and pest control issues are diminished.

Because container flower gardens are grown in a controlled environment, they benefit greatly and show their appreciation of receiving protection from extreme heat and dehydration by putting on a spectacular show of flowers.

The great thing about nurturing a flower garden in containers are all the wonderful and eye catching flower pots one can grow them in. Flower gardens grown in the right flower pot not only enhance the beauty of the flowers themselves but oftentimes, become the focal point in the room.

Container flower gardens can be placed in ones favorite locations around the home. Because an indoor flower garden is not affected by nightfall, it can be enjoyed not just all day long but all evening as well.

A few Tips To Remember

1. When purchasing flowers to add to your flower garden, do not overlook the small plants that are just starting out. The smaller the flower the cheaper it will cost one to purchase. With the right nurturing, these little beauties will grow to be large beauties in no time at all.
2. Know the ideal growing environment for plants purchased. If a plant is shade loving (such as most ferns) that does not mean it does not need sun in order to grow. All plants and flowers need sun in order to grow. Place these types of plants in an area that receives indirect sunlight.
3. On the other hand, if plants call for a sunny location, do not place them in an area where the sun beams down hard all day long. This will cause the water to evaporate rapidly, not allowing the root system to remain moist enough to enjoy all the nutrients given it. Instead, place the plant in a location that receives full sun for no more than four hours a day or be prepared to water more than once daily if needed.
4. Feed the flower garden organic nutrients once a week. Compose tea is my favorite, however, Miracle Gro manufacture some outstanding products to aid in the healthy growth of flowers and plants.
5.    DO NOT OVER DO IT! Flower gardens benefit from additional nutrients but, one can over feed them so please follow the manufacturer’s instructions when it comes to how much and/or how often to use their product.
6.    REMEMBER TO WATER! The fastest way to kill a flower garden is to consistently forget to water it. Flower gardens are a lot like people in so much as they cannot go an extended period of time without water. If that should happen, you will find yourself back at the garden center purchasing replacement garden plants.
7.    ENJOY! Take full advantage of the opportunity to “sit back and smell the roses!” What is the point of nurturing a flower garden if one fails to find time to relax and take it all in?

I hope I have inspired and encouraged you to plant a container flower garden. It is my belief that we all deserve to have a little sunshine in our lives and a well maintained container flower garden offers just the right amount.

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Endometriosis Part 222 Ednometriosis and Flower Remedies Garden Common Sorrel Sorrel

As we mentioned in other articles, endometriosis growing somewhere else other than the endometrium also reacts to hormonal signals of the monthly menstrual cycle by building up tissue, breaking it, and eliminating it through the menstrual period. As we know Cape sorrel contains variety of substances that are important to women with endometriosis. In this article, we will discuss how flower remedies –cape sorrel helps to treat endometriosis.

I. Definition
Common Sorrel or Garden Sorrel also known as sorrel, is a perennial herb. The leaves are oblong, the lower ones 3 to 6 inches in length, slightly arrow-shaped at the base and it is cultivated as a vegetable for consumption. It has been used in traditional medicine to cool any inflammation and heat of blood.

II. How cape sorrel effects women with endometriosis
1. Circulatory system
Garden sorrel is said to helps restore the blood circulation in the body caused by imbalance of ying and yang qi in the blood resulting in improving the blood circulatory function and lessening the symptoms of endometriosis including emotional and physical stress, anxiety and depression.

2. Inflammation
It also helps to relieve the inflammation caused by irregular cell growth or cell of one organ growing in somewhere in the body including endometrial implants and adhesion in the abdominal region.

3. Digestive system
Garden sorrel contains substances that help to restore decaying stomachs resulting in improving the digestive system in absorbing vital vitamins and minerals which are essential for women with endometriosis during menstrual cycle.

4. Blood purifier
It also helps to purify the blood by getting rid of the toxins accumulated in the blood stream resulting in strengthen the transportation of oxygen and nutrients to our body cell, thereby it helps to restore the immune system in fighting against foreign invasion and forming of free radicals including the endometrial implants and adhesion.

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Flower Gardening

Flower gardening is getting more and more popular each day.  Flowers may be light up everyone’s day, they smell nice, and are a great hobby.  Flower gardening is simple, low-cost, and stacks of entertaining.  Flower gardening may be be made for yard decoration, merely as a hobby, or even professionally.
There are a few determinations that have to be attained before yet flower gardening may be be started.  You must determine if you wish annuals that hold up for one season and must be replanted yearly, or perennials that survive the wintertime and comeback again in the summertime.  While purchasing and planting, pay attention to what sort of flowers thrive in your climate as well ass the sun requirements.
While flower gardening, you must determine what type of look you desire before planting.  For instance, fusing different heights, colors, and kinds of flowers collectively in a “wild-plant way” will give your garden a meadow look and may be very pleasing.  If small flowers are planted in the foremost of your garden and get up to the tallest flowers in the back you will have a “stepping stone style”.
You may order seeds for flower gardening from catalogues or buy them from a greenhouse.  Many people will go to the greenhouse and purchase true flowers and then graft them.  After you’ve set up your garden area and purchased flowers, it’s a favourable idea to set the flowers out in the layer to be sure you like the arrangement and that they will be separated in good order.
One of the gentlest processes in flower gardening is the planting/ whenever you’ve seeds simply disperse them around in the bed of flowers.  For planting grafts dig a hole exactly larger than the flower, draw the container away, and place the flower in the hole right side up.  Hide it with the light soil and press down firmly, then irrigate.
     
Preserving a flower garden is even easier than planting one.  Although they could get in on their own, a bag of fertilizer applied in the early spring is a good idea.  Pinch back whatever blossoms after they begin to fade and keep them good and irrigated.  To save yourself job during the next season of flower gardening, free your garden of all dust and spread out organic foods like peat moss or compost.  Don’t forget to turn over the soil to properly mix in the fertilizer and rake smooth when finished.  If you have perennials planted be careful not to interrupt their roots in this process.
     
Flower gardening is as easy as 1, 2, and 3: simply decide what to plant; plant it, and water, water, water!  Flower gardening is without doubt acquiring in fame and gives anybody fabulous reason to spend a few outside and test out their green thumb.

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Gardening Flower Gardening

Flower gardening is becoming more and more popular every day.  Flowers can brighten everyone’s day, they smell nice, and are a great hobby.  Flower gardening is simple, inexpensive, and loads of fun.  Flower gardening can be done for yard decoration, simply as a hobby, or even professionally.

There are some decisions that have to be made before even flower gardening can be started.  You must decide if you want annuals that live for one season and must be replanted every year, or perennials that survive the winter and return again in the summer.  When buying and planting, pay attention to what kind of flowers thrive in your climate as well ass the sun requirements.

When flower gardening, you must decide what type of look you want before planting.  For instance, mixing different heights, colors, and varieties of flowers together in a “wild-plant style” will give your garden a meadow look and can be very charming.  If short flowers are planted in the front of your garden and work up to the tallest flowers in the back you will have a “stepping stone style”.

You can order seeds for flower gardening from catalogues or buy them from a nursery.  Most people will go to the nursery and buy actual flowers and then transplant them.  After you have prepared your garden area and bought flowers, it is a good idea to lay the flowers out in the bed to make sure you like the arrangement and that they will be spaced properly.
One of the easiest processes in flower gardening is the planting/ if you have seeds just sprinkle them around in the flower bed.  For planting transplants dig a hole just bigger than the flower, pull the container off, and set the flower in the hole right side up.  Cover it with the loose soil and press down firmly, then water.

Maintaining a flower garden is even easier than planting one.  Although they might make it on their own, a bag of fertilizer applied in the early spring is a good idea.  Pinch back any blooms after they start to fade and keep them good and watered.  To save yourself work during the next season of flower gardening, rid your garden of all debris and spread out organic nutrients like peat moss or compost.  Don’t forget to turn over the soil to properly mix in the fertilizer and rake smooth when finished.  If you have perennials planted be careful not to disturb their roots in this process.

Flower gardening is as easy as 1, 2, and 3: simply decide what to plant; plant it, and water, water, water!  Flower gardening is undoubtedly gaining in popularity and gives anyone excellent reason to spend some outdoors and test out their green thumb.

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Planning And Planting A Flower Garden

A bouquet of flowers can brighten up your home. Likewise, a well stocked flower garden can add brightness and color to your lawn or garden. A well stocked flower garden can provide you with a colorful bouqet for your table or shelf, or a gift to brighten someone else’s day.

First of all, you’ll want a good location for your flower garden. Most flowers usually need 6-8 hours of direct sunlight every day, although there are some flowers that grow in more shady areas. You’ll need to match the flowers to the amount of sunlight that the flower garden will receive. Your flower garden should also be easily accessible for watering, weeding, and cutting the flowers.

Annuals vs. Perennials

You’ll need to decide whether you want to plant annuals or perennials in your garden, or a mix of both. Annuals, such as snapdragons, zinnias, and other flowers grow, bloom, and die off in one growing season. Perennials on the other hand can grow and bloom, year after year.

Fall Bulbs

Fall bulbs are those that are planted in the fall, such as daffodils, tulips, and crocuses. These bulbs are planted in the fall, and then grow and bloom early in the spring when the weather starts to warm up. The giant flowering onion is another good fall bulb, which is planted in the fall, and produces large purple flowers from early spring to mid-summer.

Spring Bulbs

Spring bulbs are planted in the early spring. Some of them are planted just before the last frost, while others are planted after the last frost. Bulbs such as Gladiolus are spring bulbs, meant to be planted as early as two weeks prior to the last frost. These bulbs can be planted every two weeks to provide flowers all summer. Spring bulbs produce flowers from the early summer until the first frost in autumn.

Seeds

Flower seeds are readily available at your local garden center, or even occasionally in your grocery store. Seeds can be a cheap way of sowing a flower garden. Some seeds require that you start them in containers indoors before moving them outside, and some you can just start planting right in your flower garden. Just follow the instructions on the seed package.

Plants

Your local garden center will have a wide range of flowering plants that will do well in your area. If you want some instant color for your flower garden, buy plants that are blooming, or just about to bloom. Then every 2-4 weeks, you can go back to the garden center, and select a few more flowers that are blooming. This way, you’ll have flowers blooming in your garden for the entire growing season.

Once you’ve chosen your location for your garden, and the plants that you want, you’ll need to organize your garden. As you’re planting, keep in mind how big the plants will be when they’re full sized. You’ll want the shorter plants in front, and the taller plants in back. You’ll also want to keep in mind the colors of the flowers. You may want to group flowers of similar colors together, or you may want to plant contrasting plants near each other.

Growing cut flowers in your flower garden isn’t difficult, but it does take some thinking and planning, and of course a bit of work. But the end result will be worth it. You’ll have a healthy, colorful flowerbed, and cut flowers for bouquets all summer long.

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Best Flower Gardening Tips For Beginners

Flower gardening is actually getting more and more popular everyday. Flowers could lighten most people’s day, they smell nice, and also are a good hobby. Flower gardening is simple, economical, and also tons of fun. Flower gardening may be possible for patio adornment, as a pastime, as well as professionally.

Usually there are some selections that ought to be made before flower gardening may be started. You must choose if you would like annuals living for just one season and needs to be replanted every year, or maybe perennials which often survive the winter and return again in the summertime. When buying and planting, pay attention to types of flowers that blossom in your weather along with the sun requirements.

As you are flower gardening, you have to decide what type of design you prefer prior to planting. For instance, blending various heights, colors, and varieties of flowers collectively in a “wild-plant style” is going to give your backyard a meadow look not to mention are usually highly charming. If small flowers are grown in the front side of your garden and work up to the highest flowers in the back you’ll have a “stepping stone style”.

You can find seeds for flower gardening from catalogues or perhaps a buy them from the nursery. Most people would head to the nursery and get certain flowers and then transplant them. Once you’ve prepared your garden section and purchased flowers, it is smart to place the flowers out in your flower bed to make sure you like the arrangement and that they’ll be spaced appropriately.

One of the easiest processes in flower gardening is the planting, if you have seeds just simply spread them around the flower bed. For planting transplants dig a hole just larger than the flower, pull the container off, and set the flower into the hole upright. Cover it with the loose soil and simply press down safely and securely, and moisten it with water.

Keeping a flower garden is a whole lot easier rather than planting one. Although they will make it by themselves, a bag of fertilizer applied in early spring is a great idea. Pinch back any sort of blooms once they start to die and keep them good and properly watered. In order to save yourself work on the next season of flower gardening, clear your garden of all debris and spread out organic and natural nutrients like peat moss or perhaps compost. Remember to turn over the soil to properly mix in the fertilizer also rake smooth when finished. In case you have weeds planted it’s best not to disrupt their roots in this particular process.

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