Smartphones are extremely helpful tools, largely because of the huge catalog of applications available. You can download an app to assist you in just about every aspect of life, including gardening. Whether you’re new to gardening and need guidance, or you have a green thumb but want a tool to help catalog and keep tracks of your plants, there are wonderfully useful apps out there for you! We’ve searched and found the most helpful app for each of these aspects of gardening: planning, shopping, managing and treatment.
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It seemed like only yesterday when I put my little tomato and pepper sprouts outside to grow. With a few warm weeks left in the growing season, it’s time to start thinking about preparing your garden for cooler weather – particularly if you’d like to extend your gardening season.
Hey there, gardening and Zing fans! If you’ve been reading the blog for the past year or so, you know that we love gardens. From saving you money to providing you with food or a backyard oasis, gardens enhance your home in many ways. Whether you’ve just started gardening or consider yourself a master green thumb, we’ve got the perfect contest for you this month!
A couple of years ago, a woman in Oak Park, Michigan, almost went to jail for not getting rid of the garden in her front yard. Seems pretty crazy, right? Well, it’s a story that resonates with many communities around the nation. So what’s the big deal with having a front yard garden?
Have you wanted to start a garden? Now’s a great time to get going! If you’re planning on putting your heart and soul into it, it’s important to start out on the right foot. Buying bad plants will only leave you disappointed, no matter how much time or effort you put into them. Read on to find out what to look for when you shop for plants.
If you’re a gardener, you’ve probably thought about purchasing a greenhouse. With so many on the market, which one should you buy? Before you run to the home improvement store and get one, check out some of these things to consider when buying a greenhouse.
Are you in search of some inspiration for your garden? Check out a few of these theme gardens, and as a bonus no green thumbs or large plots of land are required.
Natural homemade insect repellents are a great alternative to chemical-based ones. Store bought natural repellents cost a pretty penny, but not to worry. You can easily and inexpensively make your own, and most of the ingredients might already be around your home.
I’m sure a lot of you are itching to get your plants in the ground and started. However, there’s a couple of things you need to do to ensure that they’ll get the nutrients they need. Not to worry because I’ve got everything you need to get your garden soil ready for planting.
Mother’s Day is coming and this year, it’s time to think out of the box. If your mom has a green thumb, she’ll love these eight gardening-inspired Mother’s Day gift ideas.