Learn the various gardening growing methods such as wick watering, subirrigated gardening, aeroponics and more!
Wicking Trays: Somebody always comes up with a better mousetrap! Somebody always comes up with a better mousetrap! I’ve been trying to come up with an effective wicking method to water my African violets FOREVER! I’d done the single plant per little container where [...]
Air Layering A Plant As simple as it can get. You have a monsterous Monstera Deliciosa, aka Swiss cheese plant or sometimes called split leaf philodendron. Whatever you call it, when it gets big and the leaves are touching your ceiling, you want [...]
Christmas Cacti Potting Up! The best method to pot your christmas cacti to ensure they thrive. Back in June of last year, I had a number of Christmas Cacti (Shlumbergera) segments to strike. I had well over 20 segments that I potted up in the 2 [...]
The Basics of Sub-irrigated Planters SOAP BOX. Not to beat a dead horse, but... Soap Box. Not to beat a dead horse, but... I'm a simple person who seeks the simple things in life, gardening being at the core. I've done the tilling, the [...]
The Basics of Sub-irrigated Planters Plant fertilizer and the sub-irrigated planter. Plant fertilizers - This is a HUGE subject but here's a basic tip. There are many schools of thought out there on this subject and for those of us who have been growing [...]
The Basics of Sub-irrigated Planters Part 2 - The Joy of sub-irrigated planters The Joy of the Sub-irrigated planter I think the main point of a SIP is that it's "self-watering" or "sub-irrigated", however you want to look at it. The point is to [...]
The Basics of Sub-irrigated Planters SIPs, or sub-irrigated planters explained Self-irrigated planters or pots are a closed-loop, self contained system preventing the water waste that comes from conventional gardens. Those of us who are aware of this can't stop preaching about this! [...]