How to grow basil from seed

Botanical Name Ocimum basilicum Plant Type Herb Family Lamiaceae Time to Plant After frost Soil Type PH Level 6 to 7.5 Sun Exposure Full sun Temperature Warm weather Water Supply Twice daily Organic Matter Recommended Fertilizers Prefer Organic Matter Used In Popular Property Antioxidants Basil is warm weather, the tastiest and fast-growing herb which belongs to the Lamiaceae family. It …

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How to grow parsley

Botanical Name Petroselinum crispum Plant Type Herb Family Apiaceae Time to Plant Early spring Soil Type Loamy and well-drained soil Sun Exposure Sunny or partially sunny Temperature Cool or moderate (70° F) Water Supply Frequent water Organic Matter Highly recommended Fertilizers Prefer organic matter Used In Salads, omelettes & sauces Parsley which is used as salads, omelettes and fresh taste in …

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How to grow cilantro

Cilantro -also referred to as coriander- is a very versatile and delicious herb belongs to the Apiaceae family. Here in this informative article, we will try to cover every possible aspect which is really important to know for every beginner gardener. Possibly, we will cover the following aspects for growing cilantro to obtain maximum production. What are the most basic …

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How to grow pumpkins

Pumpkins which is used for sweet or savory dishes belong to Cucurbitales and share the same family with cucumber, melons, and squashes. In this informative article, we will try to elaborate on every possible aspect of growing pumpkins in a very simple way. What do you want to know before sowing your own crop? You will find all the information in …

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How to grow tomatoes

Tomato –a flowering plant having innumerable usage in different dishes, ketchup preparation and utilized as a salad- belongs to nightshades family. In this article, we will elaborate why you should utilize and cultivate your own tomatoes? We are going to express each and every possible step for growing productive crop of tomatoes. We will cover following aspects for growing potatoes: …

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How to grow celery

Celery plant -a long-season vegetable usually grown in both fall and spring as well- belongs to parsley family. In this guide, we will briefly express all the essentials for growing celery plant in your garden. We will report how to grow celery plant? Which are the best conditions that match with perfect requirements for growing celery ideally. How to plant …

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How to grow mint

Botanical Name Mentha Plant Type Herb Family Lamiaceae Time to Plant Spring or fall (Frost free) Soil Type Rich Soil PH Level 6.5 to 7.0 Sun Exposure Loves partial shades Temperature Temperature tolerant Water Supply Water frequently under Full sun Organic Matter Re Fertilizers Used In Mint is a perennial plant having soothing effects for the stomach belongs to Lamiaceae …

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How to grow saffron

Saffron is the most expensive spice having a purple flower which belongs to the Iridaceae family. It is mostly grown in the Mediterranean region. In this guide, we will try to make you understand every possible step for growing saffron. You will learn the complete method of planting saffron. We will cover the following aspects: the most essential conditions for …

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How to grow cilantro

Cilantro -also referred to as coriander- is a very versatile and delicious herb belongs to the Apiaceae family. Here in this informative article, we will try to cover every possible aspect which is really important to know for every beginner gardener. Possibly, we will cover the following aspects for growing cilantro to obtain maximum production. What are the most basic …

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How to grow asparagus

Botanical Name Asparagus officinalis Plant Type Vegetable Family Asparagaceae Time to Plant Start of spring Soil Type Sandy loam Soil Condition Well drain Soil PH 6.0 to 7.0 Sun Exposure Full Sun Temperature 70 to 80 F Water Supply Regular watering Organic Fertilizers Compost and manure Compound Fertilizers 2 pounds per 100 square Used In Cooking Asparagus – one of those …

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How to Grow Watermelon from Seed

Botanical Name Citrullus lanatus Plant Type Vegetable Family Cucubitaceae Time to Plant Until frost passed Soil Type Loamy Soil Condition Fertile and well-drained Soil PH 6 to 6.8 Sun Exposure Direct sunlight Temperature 70 degrees on seeds planting Water Supply 1 to 2 inches of water/week Organic Fertilizers Add compost Compound Fertilizers If required Used In Raw eating, juice & …

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How to grow carrots from seeds

Botanical Name Daucus carota subsp. sativus Plant Type Vegetable Family Apiaceae Time to Plant Spring (2 Weeks after last frost) Soil Type Loamy or sandy Soil Condition Loose soil Soil PH Neutral range of 6.5 to 7 Sun Exposure 6 – 8 hours of direct sunlight Germination Temperature 50 F to 85 F Water Supply Frequently (Keep moisture) Organic Fertilizers Little amount in …

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How to grow sweet potatoes

Botanical Name Solanum tuberosum Plant Type Vegetable Family Convolvulaceae Time to Plant Month after last frost Soil Type Clay loams Soil Condition Avoid waterlogged Soil PH 5.6 to 6.5 Sun Exposure Full sun Temperature Warm weather Water Supply Frequently Organic Fertilizers Compost and manure Compound Fertilizers Do not use nitrogen Used In Cooking, stir-fries and salads Sweet potatoes which are …

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How to grow garlic

Botanical Name Allium sativum Plant Type Vegetable Family Allium Time to Plant Early winter (Depends on Area) Soil Type Sandy loam Soil Condition Well-drained Soil PH 6.5 to 7 Sun Exposure Full sun for a few hours Temperature 32° to 50°F (First 2 months) Water Supply 2 inches, 2 times per week Organic Matter Compost and aged manure Fertilizers Use …

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How to Grow Spinach

Spinach -a leafy green vegetable- has a lot of benefits. It belongs to beet family. We will describe in details how to grow spinach? Condition for growing the spinach. When to plant the spinach? When and how to harvest the Spinach? Why you should grow spinach? There are lot of benefits to grow the spinach plant. It is stuffed with …

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