January Gardening - Top Ten Growing Tips
Gardening Tip #1: Christmas is over. Now, what do you do with all
Gardening Tip # 2: Do you want an even better garden this year? Of
course you do!! While the snow flies outdoors, it's the perfect time to review
our many How to Grow articles.
Gardening Tip #3: Chances are, you will be starting some plants indoors
in the next several weeks. Learn now about the biggest danger to your young
seedlings, and how to avoid it.
Gardening Tip #4: Were your houseplants forgotten during the holiday?
Perk them up with a dose of fertilizer.
Gardening Tip #5: No compostable material should ever go to a landfill,
not even in the winter. You can, and should practice composting all year
round... even in the winter.
Gardening Tip #6: Your backyard birds get the high energy they need
to survive the cold and snowy weather, from bird seeds. Each species prefer
different kinds of seeds.
Seed Feeding chart.......
Gardening Tip #7: Some herbs make great indoor houseplants. Plant
some chives or basil indoors this month, and enjoy fresh herbs long before
your outdoor starts sprout in the spring.
Gardening Tip #8: A great way to pass time during the long winter
months, is to propagate some of your houseplants. Perhaps, you can give a
newly potted plant to a family member, or a shut-in.
Learn how to
Gardening Tip #9: The majority of us, will grow one or more varieties
of tomatoes this year. There are hundreds of varieties to choose from. That
means there's one or more varieties perfect for you. We hope you try something
old, and something new.
Gardening Tip #10: Celebrate Houseplant Appreciation Day. It is in
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