My name is David Crandall, and I am a software engineer, web developer, engineering manager, photographer, drummer, bassist, anime fan, film lover, and a whole bunch of things you probably don't care about.
Fungus gnats are one of the most annoying pests for any indoor or outdoor gardener, and getting rid of them can be daunting. Here are a few things I've done to stop and prevent gnats showing up in my garden.
Well, after a few weeks of TLC, my cat, Ichi, decided it’d be fun to just dig his teeth into the leaves of almost every single one of my plants.
While it’s only been one week, there’s a lot about gardening and growing herbs indoors I’ve learned. So, today I wanted to reflect on some of those things, and share an update on the overall growth and health of the plants.
This morning a tall sprout appeared that wasn't there yesterday evening. What could it be?
Last night my first thyme seed sprouted. This morning, there are at least 5!
Time to check-in on the herb garden. We have our first plant showing face!
It's time to check in on the herb garden, sterilize the soil a 2nd time, and make sure the plant is good and healthy. Are they all dead?! Find out here. :)
I decided to grow an herb garden in my home office, and blog the process. Join me as I get my soil started, my seeds sowed, and grow some beautiful herbs right in the comfort of my home office.
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