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Gardening At Home: 3 Simple Ways To Grow Fruits And Vegetables

Date November 30, 2019 12:04

If you want to know how to grow vegetables at home, you have come to the right place. Fabiosa presents gardening tips and tricks that will make your life easier. Grow delicious, fresh and inexpensive fruits, herbs and vegetables at home.

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Ready to jump into gardening? Here are some gardening ideas and the easiest-to-grow options to get plenty of fresh produce for your meals. Learn simple ways to grow fruits and vegetables at home that will save your money and time.

3 easy methods to grow veggies and fruits at home

1. How to grow onions

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Do you like onions? Onions are as easy to grow as they are delicious to eat. And what is great, as long as you have another onion on hand, you don't need to regrow them from seeds. You can even grow your own onions from cuttings. Just chop the bottom of onions off and plant them in soil. That's all, wait for the results.

2. How to grow an orange tree

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It is possible to grow an orange tree from a pip. First of all, save your orange seeds. Prepare a large pot with potting soil. Plant the seeds 1/2 inch under the potting soil. Then cover the pot with a plastic wrap.

Place the pot in a warm place. Once the seed has sprouted, remove the plastic cover and move to the sunny area.

3. How to grow Napa cabbage

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Napa cabbage has many benefits as it is full of vitamins and minerals. Moreover, Napa cabbage is delicious in salads or stir-fried. Growing cabbage in containers is easy. Plant Napa cabbage on 10-inch centers in large containers. Remember that plants are sensitive to heat. When the weather is warm, move the pots into shade.

But with easy tips and a dose of enthusiasm, you could grow your own veggies, herbs, and fruits in just a few weeks. Have you ever tried to grow vegetables at home? Share your experience in comments.


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