18 Most Important Rules of Companion Plants and Vegetables in The Garden [Infographic]
When you know what to plant next to this or that plant, there's no magic or luck involved. In fact: Some crops should never be planted next to each other and you should take it into consideration when planting. Also, the same vegetables shouldn't be grown on the same vegetable patch for a lot of years. The location of the plants chould be changed according to the rules.
How to Grow Your Own Lentil Sprouts
lentils can grow and line the bowl with paper towel. Take your lentils (I used green lentils) and spread evenly on the bowl or plate and cover with water and
How to Grow Turmeric
I'm not sure why turmeric isn't more popular, considering that growing your own, Thai food and DIY projects are all the rage. Curcuma longa is a tropical rhizome with an intriguing past that looks just as great in the garden as it tastes on the table. The whole plant is edible; the roots are boiled, dried and ground up to produce turmeric powder, the leaves make a wrap for steamed fish, and even the flowers can be eaten as an exotically beautiful vegetable, like lettuce with a kick. Oh, and…