Germinate, Grow, Propagate
Moss gardens are an easy way to add a little green to any space. Moss adds a sense of serenity and stillness, giving the scene a feeling of age and depth. Though considered a weed to many, moss growth is encouraged in Japanese gardening, typically carpetting a forest scene, or growing across a temple courtyard.
Grafting is combining the tissues of one plant with another so the two join together. Typically, one plant is selected for its roots (called a rootstock) due to soil-pathogen resistance, temperature tolerance, and high fruit-yield, while the other plant is selected for its stems, flowers, or fruits (called a scion), selected for its desired genes, i.e. pretty flowers, or a particular fruit.
Vines can be used to create a privacy screen on an apartment balcony, a backyard deck or patio, or to accent a fence or wall. Whether you have an existing structure that you'd like to see come to life, or you're planning a home improvement project, vines are an easy and low maintenance way to bring a little green to your space.
Avocado plants make great indoor plants, and outdoor trees! Germinating an avocado plant is incredibly easy. Just stick a pit in water and add a little light, we give you the step by step below.