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This morning, I posted an INDOOR PLANT CALENDAR on my Indoor Gardeners Calendar blog.

It has suggestions for dealing with your indoor plants for AUTUMN.  44 more words

Indoor Gardening

Bonsai are not houseplants

Published Nov. 23, 2014, in the Wyoming Tribune Eagle

A gardener discovers bonsai are not houseplants

By Barb Gorges

Everyone has heard of bonsai, trees growing in little pots—which is the actual definition of the Japanese word. 1,288 more words

Cheyenne Botanic Gardens

My "lucky" bamboo plant

I don’t have a green thumb. At all.  I love plants, but usually, no matter how well I care for them, or how closely I follow the instructions on the little plastic card they come with, my plants still shrivel up and die. 403 more words

"Water Gems"

Winter Gardening

Apparently, winter has come before Thanksgiving this year, harvesting is finished, and like many gardeners, gardening fatigue has set in and I’m ready for my annual hibernation. 437 more words


Cloning gels and root enhancers

We will be looking in-depth at cloning gels and root enhancers in order to prep your plant for the cloning process after you’ve cut them. If you aren’t sure what cloning is or how to clone, … 695 more words


Chard indoors

All summer my windowsills were chocca with plant pots and things growing. Now, the food has largely been eaten and outside is not the nicest prospect for most fruit and veg. 51 more words


Making a Hydroponic Planter for Less than $50

Hydroponics is one of the fastest growing (pun indented) sections of the horticulture industry. Heightened control, cleanliness and increased vegetative growth are all benefits a gardener can gain when using hydroponics in a garden. 1,816 more words

Garden & Greenouse