Microclimate

Compost vs Fertilizer vs Manure: What’s the Best for Your Garden?

When it comes to fertilizing your garden, there are a lot of options to choose from. You can go with chemical fertilizers, organic manures, or compost. So what’s the best option for you? Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of each! Compost vs Fertilizer vs Manure If you are looking at different…

12 Best Fast-Growing Varieties Trees for Shade

Shade trees are a crucial part of any home. Not only do they provide much-needed shade in the hot summer months, but they can also add to the curb appeal of your home. Looking for a little relief from the summer heat? A shady spot in the yard can make all the difference. But if…

Best Vegetables To Grow In A Greenhouse

A greenhouse is a great way to enjoy fresh, homegrown vegetables all year round. By controlling the temperature and humidity levels, a greenhouse can create the ideal environment for growing a wide variety of plants. Additionally, greenhouses can protect plants from extreme weather conditions, pests, and diseases. Some people worry that growing vegetables in a…

What Are These Tiny White Worms in Plant Soil?: Identification and Solutions & 8 Methods to Get Rid of Pests

What are these tiny white worms in plant soil? This is a question that many gardeners have, and the answer can be complicated. Little White Things In Plant Soil These little white things in plant soil could be several things: perlite (a material in potting soil), mycelium (fungal root structures), or creatures such as mealy…

MyJungleGarden Acquires twogreenleaves.org Domain

MyJungleGarden, a leading gardening online magazine, has announced the acquisition of the twogreenleaves.org domain. This is a major win for MyJungleGarden and underscores its commitment to being a leading voice in the fight against climate change. The twogreenleaves.org domain was previously owned by an organization that worked to promote the use of green leaves as…

Climate and Microclimates in Your Yard or Garden

One of the most important things to consider when starting a garden is the microclimate. Sun, shade, heat, wind, slope, precipitation, and soil type all work together to create microclimates in your yard. As a beginning gardener, one of my biggest frustrations was getting things to grow in parts of my yard that were too…

Location of Your Yarn or Garden

One of the most important factors to consider when choosing a location for your garden is sunlight. Most vegetables need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day in order to thrive. If you’re unsure about the amount of sunlight a particular area receives, you can use a sun chart to track the sun’s…