Category Archives for "gardening"
Update: I made a video based on this post. Let me know what you think in the comments. I am a huge fan of Bokashi composting. However, there’s too much hype about Bokashi composting. These misconceptions lead to people getting disappointed or, worse, believing they’ve failed at Bokashi composting. In this post, I’d like to […]Continue reading
I never intended to do a Bokashi composting experiment, but that’s just what happened. When I planted three cherry tomato seedlings, somehow they each ended up with different amounts of Bokashi compost. Plant #1 was planted along the fence, facing South. It had no Bokashi compost whatsoever. I back-filled the hole with the garden soil […]Continue reading
This year, I challenged myself to learn how to grow food. Yes, me, the lady whose house is “where plants come to die.” That is me no more. Here’s one of my educational experiments, where I’m growing watercress at home, in a container: I bought watercress from the Oriental store, and then followed the simple […]Continue reading
Starting vegetable seeds indoors gives you a bit of a head start on the growing season. In addition, you can plant crops that will yield at different times of the year – the seeds you start indoors will yield sooner, and then the seeds you plant in the garden will yield later, extending your harvest. […]Continue reading
House plants can really bring that extra something special into a room. They act as natural air filters in your home, and also look great…until you forget to water them and you are left with pots of withered, brown leaves that shed all over your floors. High-maintenance house plants can quickly turn into unwanted house […]Continue reading