Are you ready to conclude the gardening challenge with some gardening resolutions today? 1. Enjoy your outdoor space more. Just 20 minutes in nature can have a huge impact on your mental wellbeing. And if you don't have much of an outdoor space, bring the outdoor in, by adding plants to your home. Everyday, take out some time for your plants. Nurture her, take responsibility for her life, watch her shrivel up on the days you forget to water her, and watch her come back to life, after regular care.
Growing your own food has a joy of its own. Imagine the pleasure of walking into your home garden, watching your little red tomatoes grow bigger day by day, ready to be plucked anytime now - knowing your food is completely organic, homegrown and free of fertilisers.
When your kitchen scraps are thrown away in a plastic bag and sent to landfill, it releases methane, a greenhouse gas which is more potent than carbon dioxide. And more than half of the household waste produced is organic waste.So imagine the amount of waste you are saving from going to the landfills by composting.
Let's talk about plant propagation. First step is to find the root node for the plant you want to propagate. What is root node and how do you find out? A root node is where the bud, leaf, twig, or branch grow out of. You can even identify the node without the branch/leaf growing out of it. Look for a scar/knob like small structure on the stem, that usually the root node.