Hardening off is a crucial step to ensure the success and survival of your seedlings when moving them outdoors from an indoor or protected environment.
How to transplant vegetable seedlings for strong and healthy plants
You can transplant vegetable seedlings to grow strong and healthy plants but you must transplant them correctly and at the right time.
How to plant a vegetable garden that is easy to care for and maintain
Taking the time to properly plan, prepare, and plant your vegetable garden will help your plants healthier and stronger. This will make caring for your garden a lot easier.
How to prepare your vegetable garden for a successful planting season
Preparing your vegetable garden before planting can make all the difference when it comes to growing healthy plants and getting the best harvest possible.
Transplant Shock: causes and how to prevent it in your vegetable garden
Transplant shock is a common problem that can occur when transplanting seedlings in your vegetable garden. If left untreated plants experiencing transplant shock may eventually die.
How to water container vegetables the right way: a complete guide
Watering a container vegetable garden is quite different from watering an in-ground or raised-bed vegetable garden.
Phosphorus helps plants grow strong – this is what happens if they don’t get enough
Phosphorus plays a crucial role in the growth and development of plants. A deficiency in phosphorus can significantly impact plant growth and productivity.
Adding phosphorus to your garden: why is it important and how to add it?
Plants need phosphorus during all stages of their growth, especially during the early stages of growth, and flowering and fruiting.
Size really does matter when it comes to container gardening [container size chart]
Choosing the correct sized container is essential – container size chart for 57 vegetables and herbs
Waiting too long to transplant your vegetable seedlings could be a mistake
Waiting too long to transplant your seedlings may harm plant growth and development