Starting with March, it’s the perfect time to prepare for gardening. I’ve already bought plant seeds because they were on sale and I’m ready to greet Spring as it deserves. So here are my latest acquisitions: Parsley (Petroselium crispum) Thyme/Savory (Satureja hortensis) Basil (Ocimum basilicum) Anemone de Caen (Mixed) Lavender (Lavandula spica) Dill (Anethum graveolens)… Continue reading Spring Gardening: Preparation
It’s May, the 1st and we slowly prepare for Easter. We bought some dill, parsley and lovage to use them in our special dishes. Added to the end of any preparation, they offer extra freshness. Make sure you stay near those days, because I will come with interesting new posts.
We have a few days in April and we should take advantage of them. For those who don’t know, April is the Garden Month, which encourages for planting, growing, and spending time creating a beautiful, healthy and productive environment. In the following article I suggest you five plants that should be present in your garden.… Continue reading 5 Great Plants to Grow in Your Garden
That special moment when nature is crying and is giving us a powerful disease cure.
In August 2012, I was publishing an article about how to grow your own avocado tree. Well, now I’m coming with news regarding this subject. The seed germinated several months ago, but unfortunately a terrible accident happened and the small tree fell from the window and broke. After this incident I waited another few months… Continue reading Baby Avocado Tree
They say it’s voodoo, I say it’s science. Because I bought an avocado fruit I saw that beautiful seed like an egg. I thought, why shouldn’t I grow my own avocado tree? I don’t even know if this is possible in Romania’s climate, but I’ve done a little research on the Internet and I decided to give… Continue reading Grow Your Own Avocado Tree
Despite the satisfactions brought by gardening, this process also involves certain risks. With all the cutting implements, contact with flora and fauna and hours spent toiling under the hot summer sun, it’s easy for a gardener to overdo it and pay the price. So for today I propose you to view together what an essential aid… Continue reading First Aid Kit for Gardeners
Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) is a perennial plant in the mint family (Laminaceae), native to southern Europe and Mediterranean region. When you rub lemon balm leaves between your fingers, you’ll smell a strong lemon scent. You can use the leaves to brew tea, flavor a fruit or green salad and season fish. Currently, I am still… Continue reading Lemon Balm – An Amazing Herb for Your Garden