Author: John Morphis

  • Is Corrugated Metal Safe For Garden Beds? (Answered)

    Is Corrugated Metal Safe For Garden Beds? (Answered)

    Is Corrugated Metal Safe for Garden Beds? Is corrugated metal safe for garden beds? Yes, both corrugated metal and galvanized steel is safe to make raised beds out of. Contrary to what some people believe, these materials do not pose any immediate threat to you or the wildlife around your location. Both of these materials…

  • Why Is My Dill Turning Brown? (The Best Tips to Better Dill)

    Why Is My Dill Turning Brown? (The Best Tips to Better Dill)

    Why Is My Dill Turning Brown? Why is my dill turning brown? There are several reasons why your dill weed plant would turn brown. They include the dill plant has reached its full life expectancy and has grown leaves, produced a flowers stalk, and gone to seed. It could also be because dill requires full…

  • What is the Difference Between a Garden and a Backyard?

    What is the Difference Between a Garden and a Backyard?

    What is the Difference Between a Garden and a Backyard? What is the difference between a garden and a backyard? The outdoor area of a home where plants are grown is typically called a garden in Britain, while the term backyard is more common in America. While both gardens and backyards typically feature some kind…

  • How To Grow Basil In A Pot (The Best Way)

    How To Grow Basil In A Pot (The Best Way)

    How To Grow Basil In a Pot How to grow basil in a pot? The simplest way to grow basil in a pot is to fill up a 2-3 gallon pot at the smallest with good quality potting mix, pre-moisten the potting mix and plant your seeds or plant directly into the potting mix. Keep…

  • How Often Should I Water A Pothos Plant? The complete Guide

    How Often Should I Water A Pothos Plant? The complete Guide

    How Often Should I Water a Pothos Plant? The Complete Guide How often should I water a pothos plant? You should water your pothos plant once per week. Pothos plants like medium to high humidity, and like to be watered thoroughly but then allowed to dry out a little bit before being watered again. So,…

  • Can You Bottom Water Succulents? The Best Watering Method

    Can You Bottom Water Succulents? The Best Watering Method

    Can You Bottom Water Succulents? Can you bottom water succulents? Yes, you can bottom water succulents. In fact, it’s often the best way to water them, since it ensures that the roots get moisture directly. To do this, simply place the pot in a basin or tray of water and let the plant soak up…