While a little greenery is clinically proven to reduce stress (and it is, according to many studies), then everyone could find room for a dedicated grow space. Is it any surprise that there were more searches for “indoor garden” last spring than ever before? Before we dive into the funRead More →

Redbud Soil Company specializes in organic potting soil that is highly sought after by gardeners and homeowners looking for potted plants, herbs, healthy vegetables and, of course, cannabis. Its living no-till soil can be used year after year with phenomenal results. OKLAHOMA CITY, OK/ACCESSWIRE/May 14, 2020/ According to announcements postedRead More →

Click to enlarge Bored at home? This is the perfect time to cultivate a green thumb. To emphasize the CDC’s messaging for U.S. residents to continue sheltering in place, a coalition of greenhouse growers and indoor gardeners has launched a social media initiative they’re calling #StayPlanted. They encourageRead More →

Photo: istockphoto.com Nothing tastes better than freshly picked herbs, vegetables and fruits, but you don’t need a big garden or the perfect climate to be successful. With an indoor garden, you can harvest healthy produce all year round. Indoor gardening is slightly different than caring for flower beds outdoors, soRead More →

March 19, 2020 1584623563 Categories Startups, Accelerators & Incubators image copyrightLisa Schlabitz Based in Berlin Gruneo has created what it says is the first DIY indoor gardening box with 100% organic materials to make gardening possible in small spaces. The home gardening kit allows you to grow a small-scale organicRead More →

Indoor plants make a wonderful addition to our home decor and improve indoor air quality. Those with pets, however, may find it difficult to protect plants from curious pets and pets from indoor greenery. The good news is that you can grow an indoor garden even if you have pets.Read More →

Want to feel happier, more creative, less stressed and more connected? Buy a houseplant. The National Gardening Association has reported that more than a third of American homes have houseplants, which is unsurprising given the abundance of research extolling the benefits of houseplants for health and well-being. -to be. (HereRead More →

Hands-on science classes in a greenhouse can grow more than just fruits and vegetables. They’re also fueling a love of science among young people from student populations long underrepresented in science, according to a new report from researchers at Boston College’s Lynch School of Education. Elementary students—primarily African-American, Hispanic, andRead More →