ABOUT: Cape Gooseberry A wild growing plant that provides a lot of yellow fruits embedded into Chinese lanterns appearance. It grows wonderfully in temperate and tropical regions. They are a member of the Solanaceae family. Contains Vitamin C, K and beta-carotene. They have a large number of edible plants including the bringals (eggplants), tomatoes, potatoes,… Read More ABOUT: Cape Gooseberry
CUTTINGS: This can either be a success or a total failure, just like they say… we have a two-ways propagation method to share with you! Are you ready? Basic method: Take simple mature cuttings (5-10 cm). Either sow them directly into the soil such as spekboom/elephant food plant or into seed pots of your choice.… Read More PROPAGATION: Cuttings
This a cucumber ‘Ashley’ variety. It does not thrive well in heavy moisture weathers however it does not get infected by powdery mildew easily then the other cucumber varieties. It is known mostly for its crunchy slices used in salads and other dishes. QUICK FACTS: Its part of the cucurbitaceace family (butternut, gem squash, pumpkin etc).… Read More Growing tip: CUCUMBERS
Start today by growing your very own vegetables and the the easiest to grow! Whether you are a beginner or an experienced gardener, here are a few vegetables to start with to provide your family and friends a meal with. 6 Easiest vegetables are: Radishes – Planted directly into the soil at 1 cm deep,… Read More 6 Easiest vegetables to grow!
Have a small spacious garden but have a wild imagination! Vertical gardening is made for you! I recently had a problem when I ran out of space in my raised beds for my Cucurbitaceae family. BUT this lady didn’t let it stop her from gardening her veggies! I knew something had to be done, I… Read More Benefits of Vertical Gardening
Have you ever been so nutty about butternuts? Let dig into it! If you love the texture and the deli taste of butternut so much. Why spend so much money on it at they local supermarket! Use those green thumbs of yours and make a deli creation of yours at no cost! READ: Seed saving… Read More Nuts about pumpkin?