Growing vegetables

How to make compost

How to make compost

The word compost means "made up" and comes from Latin. This is how it looks in our garden. All the fruits and vegetables are assembled in one pile. To get rich humus, billions of microorganisms,...

How to Plant Beans |

How to Plant Beans |

Beans are a food we should by no means ignore at least as far as the cold summer months go. Namely, it is a food that provides our body with the necessary protection that should prevent frequent...

How to Plant Potatoes |

How to Plant Potatoes |

Potatoes are certainly one of the most popular vegetables, mainly because they are consumed in a large number of households. We can safely say that these are foods that we should consume at least two...

How to Plant Cucumbers

How to Plant Cucumbers

Cucumber is a food that should be a part of our everyday life, if nothing else because of its quality ingredients that help us to raise the quality of life. We don't know how familiar you are with...

How to Plant Peppers |

How to Plant Peppers |

As we have already noticed, there are several types of peppers. We distinguish beetles by far the most popular in this area, then the horns of peppers (very good for wintering such as ajvar and...

Planting in the garden

Planting in the garden

When planting a garden, there is one thing to keep in mind: plants do not like to be neighbors with all the plants, just as the soil does not like to always plant the same plants in the same place...

Growing artichokes

Growing artichokes

Artichoke is a plant that belongs to the glaucoma family, and is therefore related to chicory, sunflower, common lettuce, chives, daisies and many other plant species. When this vegetable is a...

Tips for growing cabbage

Tips for growing cabbage

This group includes the largest number of vegetable species. They share in common that they need a great deal of moisture in the soil and in the air, that they are resistant to milder frost and that...

Tips for growing legumes

Tips for growing legumes

Nutrition, peas, legumes and beans come first in vegetables. Their season is quite short, but it may still be possible to extend something differently. PEAS should be shined as soon as the snow has...

Tips for growing leafy vegetables

Tips for growing leafy vegetables

With a little break in the coldest winter days, we can also have leafy vegetables almost all year long, and in warmer areas indeed throughout the year. This group includes: spinach, chard, garden...