?greenhouse? Aside from the health and nutritional benefits of doing so, there is also something quite primal about knowing where and how your food is grown. Today I'm going to teach you how to grow your own easy to grow salad garden which will grow all year round in frost free areas. Credit: Matt Allison
How to Grow Clematis: A well-grown clematis in full flower is a sight to behold.... Clematis prefer moist, well-drained soil that’s neutral to slightly alkaline in pH. If your soil tends to be acidic, you should sweeten it periodically with limestone or a little wood ash. Companion plants, such as this pale-purple baptisia, keep the clematis' root-zone cool.