We need a li'l green indoors & easy houseplants = the answer. We're talking sunlight exposure, terrariums, greenhouses, snake plants...let the outdoors in!
Spread the loveSo if you’ve been following me for awhile you know I love plants, I have them all over my house. Some are fake but most of them are real *(I have like two fake ones) I’ve learned so much about plants since I first began collecting them so I wanted to share some useful tips. I always get comments on my Instagram to do a blog on how to keep them alive so this will have some tips for that as well. Plants are basically like having a child, some are very needy, some aren’t, some require lots and lots of care and some like to be “independent” (LOL) Keep reading for free Plant Printables! Before You Buy Figure out a spot in your home where you’d like to keep a plant or plants. Figure out the lighting in your home (This is crucial) Consider how much time you’ll have for plant maintenance. That’ll basically decide for you how many to get. For starters grab one or two. (keep reading and i’ll give you 8 of the best beginner plants) Pick out a plant or two that’s best for YOU. Don’t go based on looks to begin with. […]
From my experience, most common problems are: overwatering, underwatering, nutrient deficiency, disease, insect attack, fertilizer burn, cold damage or transplant shock.
Foraging for edible wild plants is an invaluable skill for preppers as survival will often depend on eating what's available.
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If you find yourself struggling to try to figure out how much to plant per person in the garden for a year's worth of food - look no further.