10 Plants You Should Start Planting This March

Valentine’s Day is over. The flowers have been given and the chocolates enjoyed. What is it do next for a garden enthusiast? Plant vegetables and crops   Is there anything more exciting for a lover of the earth than plant vegetables and crops, especially now that spring is soon arriving?   Of course, not! But…

10 Popular House Plants to Give This Valentine’s Day (Part 2 of 2)

We now come to Part 2 of our Valentines series. Rather than roses, it’s time to be more innovative with the gifts you give her. Consider the following house plants instead:   6.Flapjacks   This is a perfect add-on to your living room. It adds some color to it with its bold paddlelike leaves kissed…

10 Popular Plants to Give This Valentine’s Day (Part 1 of 2)

As a plant lover, what kind of plants are ideal to be gifted this Valentine’s Day? We’ve made the following selection:   1.Flamingo Plants   This may sound new, but this is just another name for flamingo plants. It comes in different colors including red, white and pink. Some wouldn’t want to give this away…

Movies Where Plants are “The Star”

So, you want more movies about plants for your binge-watching pleasure this weekend? Let’s have a night of plant movies with these movies:   1.FernGully   Watch this together with your children or grand-kids to help teach them about the ecosystem and Mother Earth. It will help them better care for your plants and even…

4 Popular Movies Every Gardener Should Watch

With the cold season getting colder even more, wouldn’t it be great to binge watch for some time, especially if it is about gardening? Yes! There are several movies that will inspire any gardener and we have listed some of these for your viewing pleasure: 1.Enchanted April   Women who are looking for happiness and…

Top 7 Things to Do During Winter to Prepare Your Garden

Winter time may be a good excuse for gardeners to rest, but for a diligent one, this is another opportunity to prepare for another fruitful harvest. Begin with these tasks:   1.Pull up old vines and plants   As snow piles up the ground, old vines and plants will stop producing. It is best to…

Gardening During Winter, Is This Possible?

Is it possible to perform gardening during winter time?   This sounds absurd, especially for someone imagining snow covering the garden soil. But is gardening during winter truly out of the ordinary?   Tips on How You Can Still Garden During the Winter Season   Of course, there are certain limitations with regards to the…

What Makes an Amazing Garden Marker?

Garden markers are effective tools to remind you of what you have planted, when it was planted, and certain specifications associated in taking care of a plant.   These are commonly used in: Nurseries Green houses Parks Public gardens Landscapes   However, many homeowners and gardeners have also found this useful in helping them better…

Things You Shouldn’t Do When Gardening During Winter

It’s very tempting to overly care for your plants during the winter season. But there are some things you shouldn’t do to your garden during this season of cold and snow. This includes the following:   Never fertilize   Yes! We understand that you only want to give your plants some nutrients, but this will…

6 Indoor Types of Crops to Consider this Winter Season

Snow has fallen. Everything has turned white. It is winter… but it doesn’t mean you should say goodbye to your gardening tools. Keep your home alive with a  touch of green. Add these indoor crops and label it with recyclable plant markers, only from MCG Biomarkers.   Herbs   Having your own potted herbs in…

Tips and Chores for Winter Gardening

For many, winter may not be the perfect time to work on their gardens, but have you thought of the chores that you failed to do during the busy seasons of planting? You can work on some of them during winter.   Here are a few chores that can keep you busy with your garden…