As fall is just around the corner, it is the perfect time to plant fruit trees! The cooler weather and the shorter days make it the best time of the year for growing fruit trees.
Have you ever noticed your vegetables did not grow into its regular shape and instead its shape turned a little wonky? But don’t worry there are ways to prevent it for the future.
Once your beautiful floral arrangement has dried up you may think that it is time to throw it out. However, there are many things you can do with old floral arrangements.
Plants are a great way to brighten your dorm by adding color and life to the space. Here is a list of plants that are hard to kill and are very low maintenance.
After you have harvested your tomatoes you have so many possibilities on what to do with them. Here are delicious recipes to make with your fresh tomatoes!
There are so many fresh teas you can make using herbs and plants from your garden. Here’s a list of homegrown herbs and plants that make fresh and delicious tea.
The Pilea peperomioides, also known as the Chinese money plant, is unfortunately not actually made of money. They are known for their bright green, coin shaped leaves.
This Mexican delicacy, also known as huitlacoche, is a fungus that grows on the ear of the corn and causes the kernels to swell up into mushroom-like growths called galls.
Avocado trees can grow up to 80 feet and they can take up to 10 years before it begins to produce fruit. However, avocado plants make great houseplants that are easy to grow.