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Today we will look into Top 10 Rainy season gardening tips also known as wet weather gardening with easy to follow monsoon garden tips and gardening hacks at home gardening or container gardening level.
The monsoon clouds have started looming over the sky and the scorching summer heat has slowly started subsiding. Yes the Rainy season is on its way!. This is the best time for beautiful greenery in your garden, backyard, balcony or even terrace garden. The plants are benefited not only by the rains but also the fresh and cool breeze with healthy air circulation around your plants and also the optimum humidity in the air which acts as a boon for our plants.
When it comes to Home gardening specially container gardening, We will quickly run through top 10 tips to follow during monsoon and rains:

Please watch the video for 10 important rainy season plant care tips and save your plants and protect them from rain.

These home gardening tips are very easy to follow but still many people due to hectic work and lack of time, find it difficult to follow this simple schedule. Please give a thumbs up if you like the video and please add more points by commenting below the video, so that the whole gardening community is benefited.

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The number of Koreans growing their own food at home has been on the rise in recent years.
With a few seeds, some pots and a little T-L-C, anyone can do it,… it tastes great and more importantly it’s really healthy.
With that in mind,…. the government is aiming to encourage more people in Korea to get into the home-gardening hobby by giving them a starter pack of seeds.
Cho Sung-min has more.
Amid growing concerns of food safety and rising prices of produce, many Korean households are choosing to grow their own vegetables.
Data proves there is a clear rise in the number of apartment residents who are starting their own vegetable gardens in their living space.

The Rural Development Administration, in an effort to foster people’s interest in home-gardening…said it is launching a program to provide ginseng sprouts seedlings to people who wish to start growing their own vegetables at home.
The administration said ginseng seedlings were selected for a good reason.

“Ginseng sprouts grow easily even without plenty of sunlight or during the cold winter season. Watching those seedlings sprout and grow is a good source of inspiration for beginners, leading them to try growing more challenging vegetables.”

Growing ginseng sprouts also requires minimum effort and investment. Just pick a small container, fill it with soil, place the seedling, and water it once a week.
And you can start enjoying your very own ginseng root as soon as three weeks

The administration said they would start dispatching the seedlings as soon as they are ready.
And said it also plans to develop various seedlings more suitable to grow in homes.
Cho Sung-min, Arirang News.

This week I’m planting quite a few new plants in the allotment garden including ‘Marketmore’ cucumbers, Chocolate mint, a pink lavender, and sunflowers that only grow about three feet tall.

I also show you how I’m growing them all with inexpensive DIY ideas. A pallet support for the cucumbers and a repurposed plant pots to keep the mint from getting too invasive.

Also, I don’t want to be confusing but Lavender and Lavandula are the same thing. In my mind I was thinking French and English varieties but in the video it came out wrong. Hey ho, everyone makes mistakes 🙂

In this video:
✽ Building a cucumber pallet trellis
✽ Tips on planting mint in the garden (so as to stop it spreading)
✽ Planting a French lavender variety called Lavandula ‘Bandera Pink’
✽ Using dwarf sunflowers to disguise a leggy lavender
✽ Planting parsnips grown in modules

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✽ What do you think about the cucumber pallet trellis and how do you grow your own?
✽ Are you battling slugs and snails at the moment? If so, what are your most effective ways for keeping them from destroying your vegetable garden?

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Flash flood.. vegetable garden under water. Hopefully we can continue with our garden update at the weekend.
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Shykh Seraj is the proponent of the concept of roof gardening back in the 80s on the television media. It has now become so popular that urban and semi-urban citizens of the country are now striving to make the best out of it.

By turning a rooftop into productive growing space we combat the issues of climate change while providing fresh food. Rooftop farms come in two main forms: open-air and greenhouse – each with its own unique advantages.

Roof farms benefit the community in many ways.

A roof farm can lower the temperature of roofs and the surrounding air…

CO2 & Air Quality…

By reducing a building’s energy usage roof farms can reduce carbon emissions. Furthermore, city-produced food can decrease the energy required for transporting food to eaters, and add carbon breathing plants to the city landscape.

Increase access to fresh, healthy food…

Roof farming increases urban density by making use of a previously unused space. By adding green space in an urban area, we can increase biodiversity and provide habitat for a diversity of insects and birds.


Back To Eden gardening is exploding. Alot of myths and alot of misrepresentations of what it is and what it does and how to implement it!I am going to tell you like it is!
THERE is a recipe that needs to be followed

Otherwise it is not back to Eden gardening and your results cannot be guaranteed!
There is a reason why Paul G discovered it thru his walk in nature with GOD!
It works! It takes man and his Ways out of the equation!
STIOP listening to all the junk on YOU TUBE!
There is only one way to follow this recipe and its to stop trying to change it….and allow God to work’!

~~~ My Friends dont be confused I am not back on the homestead but I made this about a month ago….it is footage when I was on the homestead and wanted to share more info on the BTE!
You wil be seeing footage every now and then from the homestead
It wont be alot, but some of it offers great info for those STILL looking for the OLD STARRY and my homesteading vids!
I will use these videos as filler as I make my way thru my new journey!!