Articles by Prasenjit Saha

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Pruning of a Cabbage plant

Growing cabbage is a very easy job. But as they start growing there may be different problems which start to creep in. Apart from the infesting with pests, sometimes the excessive growth can create a lot of problems. As leaves start touching the ground; leaf rotting starts to occur. The…

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How To Water A Bonsai Plant

Watering can be a very critical aspect of bonsai. Too little water can leave you bonsai shredding leaves, branches or even die. Too much water can make the root rot. How often Do I Need To Water A Bonsai: Watering frequency depends largely on the environment and plant’s growth rate….

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What is A Rain Garden: Learn The Basics Here

The rain garden is an interesting concept. This concept is also a great example of self-watering gardening. Rain gardening not only increases your gardening beauty but also helps in water preservation. Here in this article, I want to give you a brief idea about what is a rain garden how…

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FAQs about Growing Carrots

This is our next article on FAQ series. Today’s edition is CARROTS. Here are some of the questions generally asked about carrot growing. Which variety of carrot should I plant? If your soil does not have very good drainage capacity growing shorter varieties is best. For a deeper and loose…

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How to make a Pet Friendly Garden

If you have pets and you also want to do gardening you need to consider two major issues. Pets can provide certain damages to your garden Your garden may cause some harm to your pets. Now let’s consider those two points in detail and the steps to counter those problems….

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How to grow Oregano Plants: ABC of Growing Oregano

Oregano is a perennial herb and is a very common ingredient in Italian dishes. An oregano plant has many varieties. But not every variety is suitable for every purpose. Some varieties are good to taste whereas some are best for ornamental purposes. So consult your local nursery shop before deciding…