Gardening is a great hobby. It can help you to stay physically fit. It is also great for the environment, especially when you grow your own foods and minimize the use of harmful pesticides.
Maybe you are looking to get started in gardening or maybe gardening is already a part of your life. Either way, Moms Who Think provides articles that can make your gardening fun and successful.
Butterfly Gardening: Learn how to plant the right flowers so that you will attract these beautiful creatures to your garden.
Easy to Grow Vegetables and Flowers: Set yourself up for success by learning which vegetables and flowers are easy to grow.
Kitchen Gardening: Bring your garden into the heart of your home by finding out the best techniques for kitchen gardening.
Kids Vegetable Gardening: Gardening is a great activity for kids. This article will teach you easy gardening methods that will let your kids feel confident taking the wheel.
Organic Gardening: Learn how to garden so that your crops are 100% organic.
Square Foot Gardening: If you are new to gardening, it is best to start of small. The square foot gardening method allows you to concentrate on small areas of your garden to give them your full attention.
Raised Bed Gardening: This includes any type of plant or flower planted on ground higher than its surrounded area. These can be easier for gardeners to tend as they don’t have to stoop so low to care for the plants.
Container Gardening: No room to plant a full garden? Use containers to plant conveniently and enjoy the benefits it can provide.
Gardening is a great hobby, but it takes some knowledge and research. Moms Who Think provides articles that can give you the basic information you need. Good luck moving forward with fresh flowers and plants everyone can enjoy.
Create a Garden That Attracts ButterfliesUpdated:
Springtime is all about the outdoors — getting outside and marveling as nature wakes up from its winter hibernation. And it’s also about gardening. Whether you’re a master gardener or just starting out, making gardening a family affair is part of the fun. While many people enjoy growing fruits and veggies (how could you not?!), […]Read more »
Gardening When spring rolls around, and the snow is reduced to small white piles mixed with dirt accumulated from the winter road grime, thoughts turn to what to grow in the garden this year. There are few better ways to connect with your kids then to work together to plan, plant, harvest, and eat the […]Read more »
Easy to Grow VegetablesPublished:
Easy to Grow Vegetables Easy come, Easy Grow Getting a three year old to eat their vegetables is much more trouble than actually growing the vegetables themselves. Why then is there a prevailing myth that vegetable gardening is difficult? Perhaps is it because youth treated as indentured servants to the gardening chores have leveled the […]Read more »
Kitchen Gardening Why not bring the heart of the yard into the heart of the home? Gardening has seen resurgence in recent years. The only problem with this is that as more and more environmentally conscious citizens occupy high rise type residences to avoid urban sprawl there is less and less yard space that can […]Read more »
Easy to Grow FlowersPublished:
Easy to Grow Flowers Grow flowers as easy as 1 – 2 -3 Looking for a great way to celebrate the return of spring with your kids? What could be better than planting a flower or two? Before the growing begins Before the planting frenzy is in full swing you should consider just a few […]Read more »
Square Foot GardeningPublished:
Square Foot Gardening Not such a very new concept, but a great one for beginners Square foot gardening methods have been around for decades. They are fabulous, even if they are a bit square. If this method of gardening is so great, and has the benefit of being time tested why haven’t more people adopted […]Read more »
Raised Bed GardeningPublished:
Raised Bed Gardening The best of both worlds Looking at the typical family garden a hundred years ago would have found your eyes roaming over a huge chunk of land dedicated to growing all the veggies the family would need. These gardens were bigger than most building lots in today’s tightly packed neighborhoods. In spite […]Read more »
Organic Gardening Getting the most from your seeds, soil and buck It is safe to say that the organic trend isn’t going to be just a flash in the pan. Every time you visit any sort of shopping center you will find a large selection of products labeled “organic”. You can find anything from t-shirts […]Read more »
Kids Vegetable GardeningPublished:
Kids Vegetable Gardening When we were young we always looked forward to that magical day in May when coming home from school to find Dad in the back yard with the garden map and seed packets littering the grass all around him. This meant it was gardening day. We loved it, and always knew that […]Read more »
Container Gardening Careful selection and preparation of the container is key Yard sizes are shrinking and there is no room for a traditional garden. You would like your plants to move from indoors to outdoors. Hanging flowers on your deck are beautiful and add just the right touch. Maybe the sun exposure requires your plants […]Read more »