Composting with Worms
Have you heard about composting with worms? Vermicomposting? Worm farming? It is a wonderful eco-friendly way to create nutrient-rich vermicompost. Plus, worm tea for your soil.
It’s that time of year again in the Midwest. It time to start thinking of the changing of seasons and old man winter will be slowly creeping in. If you want your roses to survive over the cold winter months, you will have to do some planning ahead. Your planning starts toward the end of the summer in the midwest.
How to Start and Care for a Rhubarb Plant
I received a question via e-mail from a fellow gardener asking general questions about starting Rhubarb plants. I answered his questions back via e-mail and decided to share the information on the site too.
Wondering why your rhubarb plant has a seed stalk? Why does it? Is it normal? Should I remove it? All your questions will be answered in this video.
You can’t wait to pick your first red ripe tomatoes of the season. As the tomato grows larger you notice a lesion forming on the bottom. It quickly turns from a water soaked patch to a dark colored lesion. Some of your tomatoes have a small patch, some larger, what the heck is it? Why tomatoes get blossom rot or dark spots on bottom.