Herbs

  • How To Grow Hydroponic Garlic

    Garlic is one of the easiest plants you can grow - get it in the ground, and you can more or less set it and forget it! 

    But what if you don’t have the space outside to devote to a large plot of garden - or perhaps are sick of constantly watering, weeding, and fertilizing your spot? At least you’re able to keep all those neighborhood vampires away, right?

    Just kidding, of course - but the struggle is real when it comes to finding the right spot for your plants. This is why so many people are learning how to grow hydroponic garlic.

    Growing garlic hydroponically is a great way to have your cake and eat it, too. You’ll be able to save space, time, and effort by choosing this method for growing your plants. 

    It’s not tough to do, especially if you have the right equipment and know-how. We’ll explain everything you need to know about growing this plant in a soilless environment, and share our input on the best supplies & equipment you can invest in. Let’s start with some basic information.

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  • How To Grow Hydroponic Basil

    Add some zest to your life by learning how to grow hydroponic basil. This herb grows great hydroponically, and you'll finally be able to whip up that batch of homemade pesto!

    Growing basil in itself is not complicated - and growing basil hydroponically can be just as simple.

    Once you learn how to grow basil hydroponically, you’ll find that the process is easy, convenient, and affordable, allowing you to produce large quantities of this herb no matter where you live.

    Ready to get started? In this article, we'll tell you everything you need to know about hydroponic basil care and planting. 

    We'll start with the benefits of growing this herb in hydroponics, along with which varieties to choose. Then, we'll share what exactly you need to get started, and provide you the know-how to get your garden up and running.

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  • How To Start An Indoor Hydroponic Herb Garden

    An indoor hydroponic herb garden isn't just a fun undertaking for any new or seasoned green thumb, it's a great way to keep a steady stock of your favorite herbs.

    And if you want to start your own, you've come to the right place. Whether in your kitchen, closet, garage, spare bedroom or any other location in your house, we can help you get it done.

    Learning how to grow herbs hydroponically can be challenging, especially for a novice grower. But with us on your side, it'll be a breeze.

    From basil to oregano, cilantro to thyme, just about any kind of herb can be grown in a DIY hydroponic herb garden. We're going to cover all the reasons you should consider growing your own herbs hydroponically.

    Then, we'll cover everything you need to know to start your own garden, all from the comfort of your own home. From which herbs to choose, to which system to grow in - this complete guide will be the only resource you need.

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  • How To Grow Marjoram From Seed To Harvest

    If you're pondering which new herb to add to your garden, consider learning how to grow marjoram from seed to harvest.

    Most beginners start out with easy-to-grow herbs, like basil and oregano - but very few consider growing marjoram. 

    However, this herb is shockingly easy to grow and should be a staple in any garden. It makes a great companion plant, and adds some serious flavor to a variety of dishes.

    It can be sown from seed indoors and transplanted outside, planted directly in the garden, or grown as a potted plant. It can even be grown hydroponically!

    No matter how you choose to grow it, these tips will get you started off on the right foot when you are learning how to grow marjoram. 

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  • How To Grow Oregano Plants

    How To Grow Oregano Indoors

  • How To Start A Kitchen Garden

    At first glance, the idea of a kitchen garden may seem sort of odd. Whether you already have an herb garden or not, why would you want to grow things in your kitchen? Doesn’t a garden take up a lot of space, how would that even work?

    The reality is that anyone who has a little counter space can start growing produce in their kitchen. We’ll cover the specifics of this later on, and give you a step by step guide on how to get started. 

    But first, let’s explain why a kitchen garden might make sense for you.

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