Wheatgrass is one of the most coveted juicing ingredients for overall health. Also referred to as ‘liquid sunshine’ and ‘the nectar of the gods’ because of its superior blood purifying ability, wheatgrass is one juicing ingredient you don’t want to be without. The best way to ensure a steady and fresh supply of this green superfood is to grow your own. Follow these simple tips on how to grow wheatgrass for a fresh supply that’s always at your fingertips.
How to Grow Wheatgrass
Wheatgrass can be grown indoor or outdoors, or a combination of both. The grass is grown in a tray that can be moved as needed so it can receive adequate light and air circulation. It can be grown with or without soil; this article will cover how to grow wheatgrass with soil. Continue reading How to Grow Wheatgrass
Beans are one of the easiest and most rewarding garden vegetables to grow, and are great for plots both big and small. Most beans will need a structure to climb, or a trellis, while a few varieties, like the Bush Bean, will grow without one. Pole Beans, and other climbing bean varieties need vertical space to climb and can climb up to three meters or more if allowed to. Other varieties, like the Bush Bean, grow on small shrub like plants that stay closer to the soil, and do not trail or climb, but instead stay fairly compact and low.
Basil is an annual herb plant that provides a favorite flavor in many dishes. It’s an herb that is easy to grow and does well when grown indoor or outdoors, as long as its modest needs are met. If you’re considering growing basil, follow these tips for success and an abundant harvest. Follow the steps below to learn how to grow basil.
How to Grow Basil
Basil likes a slightly tropical environment, so select a planting location that will provide the herb plants with at least six hours of direct sun per day. Continue reading How to Grow Basil
Carrots are an easy root crop to grow and come in several different colors. If you can’t get your child to eat orange carrots, growing a white or purple variety in your home garden might just change their mind about the vegetable.