Author: Vinayak Potdar

Vinayak is a gardening expert blogger who loves to share his passion and knowledge with others. He has been gardening since he was a child, and has learned from his Grand father, who was a professional landscaper. Guru writes about various topics related to gardening, such as plants, flowers, vegetables, herbs, pests, diseases, soil, compost, tools, and techniques. He also provides tips and tricks for beginners and experienced gardeners alike. Guru’s blog is a great resource for anyone who wants to learn more about gardening and enjoy the beauty and benefits of nature. 

DIY Trellis Ideas : 8 Simple Methods for Supporting Peas

Peas are a delicious and nutritious vegetable that can be grown in your own garden. But how do you support them as they grow? Peas are climbing plants that need something to cling to as they reach for the sun. In this article, we will show you 8 easy ways to DIY a pea trellis using materials … Read more

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pink snapdragon

Pink Snapdragons: Plant Care & Growing Guide

The pink snapdragons is a fascinating example of incomplete dominance in genetics, where the flower color is a blend of red and white parent flowers. Here’s some information about pink snapdragons: Scientific Name: The pink snapdragon is part of the genus Antirrhinum, commonly known as dragon flowers or snapdragons. Appearance: Snapdragons are known for their … Read more

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Orange Flowers

Orange Flowers: 30 Best Flowers with Names and Pictures

You can make your home or garden more colorful with orange flowers. They have pretty orange petals. They make any place look bright and smell nice. If you love the season of spring, then you must be like of the orange shade. This beautiful color has the happiness of yellow and the energy of red … Read more

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Venus Flytraps

Venus Flytraps – carnivorous plants – How to Grow and Care

Venus flytraps ( Dionaea muscipula ) are one of the most popular and intriguing carnivorous plants in the world. They have specialized leaves that can snap shut and trap insects inside, where they are digested by enzymes. Venus flytraps are native to a small region of North and South Carolina, where they grow in poor, … Read more

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How to Grow and Care for Ledebouria, the Silver Squill Plant

Ledebouria is a genus of bulbous plants native to Africa, Madagascar, and India. The most popular species is Ledebouria socialis, also known as silver squill, leopard lily, or wood hyacinth. This plant has attractive, lance-shaped leaves with green and silver spots and purple undersides. The leaves emerge from teardrop-shaped bulbs that sit above the soil. … Read more

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How to Build a Worm Bin: A DIY Guide for Vermicomposting

Worms are amazing creatures that can help you turn your kitchen scraps into a valuable fertilizer for your plants. This is called vermicomposting, and it’s a simple and eco-friendly way to reduce waste and enrich your soil. In this article, you’ll learn How to make a worm bin, what kind of worms to use, what … Read more

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Lettuce – How to Plant, Care & Pests

Lettuce is one of the most popular and versatile vegetables you can grow in your garden or container. It’s easy to start from seed, grows quickly, and can be harvested throughout the season. Plus, it comes in many different shapes, colors, and flavors, from crunchy iceberg to tender butterhead. Whether you want to make a … Read more

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Bridal Veil Plant A Guide to Growing and Caring

Bridal Veil Plant: A Guide to Growing and Caring

Bridal veil plant, also known as Tahitian bridal veil or wandering dude, is a trailing perennial herb that belongs to the spiderwort family (Commelinaceae). It is native to Mexico and Central America, but has been introduced to many other parts of the world, including Tahiti, where it gets its common name. Bridal veil plant is … Read more

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Growing Hens and Chicks Plants in Gardens and Pots

Growing Hens and Chicks Plants in Gardens and Pots

Hens and chicks are a group of succulent plants that belong to the genus Sempervivum, which means “live forever” in Latin. They are also known as houseleeks, and they have been cultivated for centuries for their medicinal and ornamental value. Hens and chicks plants have fleshy, pointed leaves that form rosettes, resembling artichokes or flowers. … Read more

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Fishbone Cactus

Fishbone cactus: How to grow and care for this unique houseplant

 Do you want a cool houseplant that’s not just another boring cactus? Then check out the fishbone cactus! It looks awesome, with these long, flat, green things that stick out like fish bones. The fishbone cactus is also known as the zig zag cactus, the ricrac cactus, or the orchid cactus, and it belongs to … Read more

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