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Onions must be one of the most useful vegetables in the kitchen, so it’s definitely worth growing some in your garden if you have space. I know I use them practically every day in one way or another, and homegrown onions are the best.
You can grow onions from seeds or from sets (sets are baby onions), in the spring and in the autumn. Growing from sets is usually easier and quicker.
My straightforward guide below will help you to get started growing onions. And if you want some help with choosing the best onion varieties, have a look at my top picks at the end of this article.Read More »How to Grow Onions in the Garden?
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Gardening doesn’t just make your house look good; it is scientifically proven that taking care of plants can also do wonders for your wellbeing. Physical exercise can contribute to weight management and control of blood pressure, but interaction with greenery can improve your mood and mental health as well. This whole act of nurturing plants with your own hands and watching them grow is rather calming.
Playing with soil and plants is a great stress reliever. It’s one of the easiest ways to improve your concentration, and working with nature is almost like an antidote to anxiety and worry.
The whole family working together in the garden provides bonding time and helps kids to know more about the natural growth cycle, which provides a lasting lesson.Read More »Starting a Vegetable Garden