Blog Posts - Planting



kiwi plants for sale in kerala

Kiwi or Chinese gooseberry (Actinidia deliciosa) is grown widely in New Zealand, Italy, USA, China, Japan,Iran,Pakistan, Australia, France, Chile and Spain.Kiwi vine starts bearing at the age of 4-5 years while the commercial production starts at the...
by JKMPIC on Dec 19, 2016

Foundation Laid for High-Tech Mega kitchen

Infosys Foundation supports Akshaya Patra by contributing a generous amount to cover the cost of kitchen construction.MLA Shri T Harish Rao waters a sapling planted at the site in the presence of Smt Sudha Murty, Madhu Pandit Dasa, and other Akshaya...
by Akshaya Patra Photo Blog on Dec 13, 2016

Best Time For Planting Wildflower Seeds

Contrary to the common belief, planting wildflower seeds is one of the simplest gardening projects that you can accomplish with minimal effort. Wildflower blooms look breathtakingly beautiful and make great addition to any landscape design. They are...
by Home Design Ideas on Aug 1, 2016

The Essential Herb Garden

Learn about growing herbs on your homestead!
by Hunter Happenings on Jul 4, 2016

Mulches Help Keep The Moisture In The Soil

Months after my husband pulled out the old bushes by the front porch, finally, we planted new bushes.  It's long overdue, I know.  But here it is.  My dear husband and I did a lot of yard work today.  I don't usually brag about ac...
by Mhar's Display on Jun 27, 2016

How to Create a Bee-Friendly Garden

Pollinating insects such as bees and hoverflies are in decline, and as vital as they are for our and our planet's survival, each of us should be doing our bit to help them.  By planting nectar and pollen rich flowers over a long season, even the...
by Attachment Mummy on Jun 15, 2016

Start Your Own Container Garden

Start Your Own Container Garden t is not difficult to start your own container garden, in fact for many people, it is an enjoyable hobby and can be an economical option to save money on fresh vegetables or herbs. The … Continue reading →...
by Aspiring Homemaker on Jun 12, 2016

Improving rice planting harvesting and milling in the countryside

Rice farms in the country have low productivity not only as result of poor crop management but also because of low mechanization level. Some major activities have to be mechanized in order to improve productivity as well as reduce costs. Mechanizatio...
by Business Diary Philippines on Jun 10, 2016

DIY Vertical Herb Garden

Even though I don’t have space to plant a vegetable garden, I make it a point to plant herbs every year. I like to have fresh herbs for flavoring dishes (like my homemade herb butters or infused liquor recipes), and they look and smell so...
by Inspired by Charm on Jun 2, 2016

Stenciled Potting Bench

Last week here on IBC I shared a fun stenciled coffee tray. I was gratified by the response to that post and thrilled that you liked the tray as much as I did. Today I’m back with another fun stencil-inspired project (a stenciled potting bench)...
by Inspired by Charm on May 31, 2016

Various Common Types that Available in Backyard Playhouses

Backyard playhouses are where secret clubs are formed, tea is served, and plots to take over the neighborhood are masterminded. There are many different types of backyard playhouses that can suit nearly any budget and style specifications. Some of th...
by Home Design Ideas on May 26, 2016

bonnie plants

I saw this truck the other day and instantly thought of a good blogging friend: bonnie k frogma. she plants/gardens, she kayaks, and she even sails a Sunfish!  if you don’t already read her blog, take some time to check it out!   Tagged:...

herbal roots

Herbal plant seedsThe Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre Herb Garden plays a central role in the education of our students. Botanical medicine students study and cultivate a variety of medicinal plants throughout their life c...
by JKMPIC on May 13, 2016

Keep going

Sometimes, in the absence of joy that comes from being in love, or otherwise feeling down for whatever reason, you just have to keep going. Yes, there’s something to be said for simple endurance and survival, for just putting one foot in front of...
by Finding Hope Ness on May 12, 2016

Keep going

Sometimes, in the absence of joy that comes from being in love, or otherwise feeling down for whatever reason, you just have to keep going. Yes, there’s something to be said for simple endurance and survival, for just putting one foot in front of...
by Finding Hope Ness on May 12, 2016

Download a Free App and Save the Park!

Games apps are a great way to get a public education program across to families with devices. They can be fun and engaging yet educational at the same time as it provides valuable information to players through the gameplay and content. Save the Park...
by The iMum on May 6, 2016

Book Review: J. D. Payne, Apostolic Church Planting

Payne, J. D. Apostolic Church Planting: Birthing New Churches from New Believers. Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity, 2015.  Link to IVP Apostolic Church Planting is a follow-up to Payne’s Discovering Church Planting (InterVarsity, 2009). At one-qu...
by Reading Acts on Apr 29, 2016

Book Review: J. D. Payne, Apostolic Church Planting

Payne, J. D. Apostolic Church Planting: Birthing New Churches from New Believers. Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity, 2015.  Link to IVP Apostolic Church Planting is a follow-up to Payne’s Discovering Church Planting (InterVarsity, 2009). At one-qu...
by Reading Acts on Apr 29, 2016

How Planting A Garden Can Save You Money

If you’ve never thought about planting a garden before, you may want to reconsider. The recommended daily servings of both fruits and vegetables are five to nine servings. Fresh produce is what we should really strive for, but, given these dail...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Apr 27, 2016

How to Plan the Garden of Your Dreams the Perfect Garden Spot

Gardening is a great way to relax and enjoy your yard.  For some of us gardening comes naturally and for others it a fun learning process of trial and error each year.  I can tell you from experience that I was never much of a gardener unti...
by Craft drawer on Apr 20, 2016


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