Why are my plants turning yellow? If your vegetable garden or house plants have gone from verdant to flavescent, it could be a sign of health issues like too much water or too few nutrients. A new infographic offers tips for getting to the root of the problem.

Why are my plants turning yellow?

Why are my plants turning yellow? If your vegetable garden or house plants have gone from verdant to flavescent, it could be a sign of health issues like too much water or too few nutrients. A new infographic offers tips for getting to the root of the problem.

So useful right now: a visual guide to houseplants, according to their need for light. #indoor #plants

How much light does your houseplant need? Find out on this handy chart.

DIY Moss: Coat pots or rocks with super easy recipe: 1 Part Moss. 1 Part Sugar. 2 Parts Beer.

DIY Moss: Coat pots or rocks with super easy recipe: 1 Part Moss. 1 Part Sugar. 2 Parts Beer.

Houseplants tip: Save the water from cooking pasta. Let it cool, then use it to water houseplants.If the soil of your houseplants get algae, loosen the dirt in your pots periodically. Open the doors and windows when temperatures permit to give your house a change of air. This will benefit you and your houseplants. Re-invigorate your houseplants by removing the top 1/4 inch of soil and top-dressing with fresh potting soil.

Houseplants tip: Save the water from cooking pasta. Let it cool, then use it to water houseplants.If the soil of your houseplants get algae, loosen the dirt in your pots periodically. Open the doors and windows when temperatures permit to give your house a change of air. This will benefit you and your houseplants. Re-invigorate your houseplants by removing the top 1/4 inch of soil and top-dressing with fresh potting soil.

How to grow ginger in a patio container. Such a cool article. I'll never have to buy ginger at a store again.

How to grow ginger in a patio container. Such a cool article. I'll never have to buy ginger at a store again.

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