Author Topic: Gardening thread  (Read 2824 times)

Offline kilodelta

Re: Gardening thread
« Reply #30 on: August 17, 2016, 09:09:09 PM »
Here's a time lapse of my basil getting unwilted. It's rather relaxing to watch.

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Re: Gardening thread
« Reply #31 on: October 12, 2016, 01:20:06 AM »
I have always found gardening peaceful.Though I am still a bit of a novice in the area I actually enjoy gardening more at home rather than doing it outside this could be because I don’t have a good sized backyard.I recently found a blog online from rbc clean that mentioned some tips on how to properly maintain indoor plants (http://www.rbcclean.com/blog/indoor-plants/3-tips-to-keeping-up-with-periodic-plant-maintenance/) . I felt that this blog contained some good points and so I thought about sharing it here.Hope you guys find it useful. 

Offline Cavebear

Re: Gardening thread
« Reply #32 on: October 31, 2016, 10:07:23 AM »
I have always found gardening peaceful.Though I am still a bit of a novice in the area I actually enjoy gardening more at home rather than doing it outside this could be because I don’t have a good sized backyard.I recently found a blog online from rbc clean that mentioned some tips on how to properly maintain indoor plants (http://www.rbcclean.com/blog/indoor-plants/3-tips-to-keeping-up-with-periodic-plant-maintenance/) . I felt that this blog contained some good points and so I thought about sharing it here.Hope you guys find it useful.

I garden outdoors, but indoors too.  I grow fancy lettuce inside all Winter.  Nice additions to the daily salad.  I have a 4 shelf stand that sits by the south-facing deck door.  I think I will dig up a few bell pepper plants this year and see if I can get anything from them.  They are naturally perennials.
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