The Gift That Keeps on Giving
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by Denis Matthews
3M ago
As the Christmas holiday season approaches, the quest for the perfect gift begins. This year, consider stepping outside the realm of traditional presents and giving a gift that keeps on giving – The Salad Table. Beyond the joy of unwrapping a beautifully packaged box (don't bother with the wrapping paper), a hydroponic garden is a unique and thoughtful present that offers the promise of sustainable growth, health, and the satisfaction of harvesting one's own food for many years. Why The Salad Table hydroponic garden? Year-Round Growing: Unlike traditional soil-based gardens, hydroponic syste ..read more
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Best Plants For Indoor Hydroponic Gardens
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by Denis Matthews
4M ago
If you have minimal outdoor space you may think you have to put aside your passion for gardening, but what if we said you don’t have to? With a hydroponic Salad Table you can live out all of your gardening dreams right from your living room or kitchen. This nutrient-rich water-based growing system uses less water, encourages faster growth and produces higher yields than traditional soil gardening. Many plants can grow perfectly indoors in nutrient rich water, without the mess of soil or insects, including a selection of herbs, vegetables and house plants.  Herbs Fresh herbs can add a de ..read more
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Beautiful Flower Varieties You Can Grow Hydroponically To Brighten Up Your Home
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by Denis Matthews
4M ago
Do you want beautiful flowers all year round? With a hydroponic garden, you can! Bouquets of single flowers from the florist tend to die after a week, whereas if you grow your own you can enjoy them for months! Hydroponic gardening allows you to grow your own flowers inside with ease and little mess. Let’s take a look at how it works and some of the best flower varieties for this method.  Hydroponics If you already have a Salad Table then you will have a clear understanding of what hydroponics are and how they work. But, for those of you who are new here, we’ll start by explaining what th ..read more
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How a Salad Table Can Help You Beat Gardening Fatigue
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by Denis Matthews
4M ago
Have you found yourself dreading going out to tend to your plants?  You may be suffering from gardening fatigue. Although, it may seem difficult at the moment you can overcome this and start enjoying the plant life again. What is Gardening Fatigue? Gardening fatigue or burnout is when tending to your garden starts to stress you out and feels more like a chore than a hobby.  Gardening burnout can have many different causes.  It can be caused by long terms of terrible weather, such as heat waves, droughts or rainy seasons that harm your plants and make you not want to leave your h ..read more
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Health Benefits of Gardening
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by Denis Matthews
4M ago
Gardening is highly beneficial for a number of reasons. Not only does it encourage healthier eating habits but it can also help improve your physical and mental health.  The phenomenon of gardening being used to improve a person’s health is known as horticultural therapy. It has been widely recognised as an effective form of therapy for thousands of years.  Let’s take a look at some of the amazing benefits of getting out and starting your own vegetable garden. Physical Health Firstly, let’s dive into the benefits gardening can provide for your physical health.  Hand Strength W ..read more
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Why You Should Grow Your Own Produce
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by Denis Matthews
4M ago
It may seem easier to continue purchasing your produce from grocery stores, but there are many amazing benefits associated with starting your own garden and growing your own produce. Let’s break down the benefits of growing your own organic produce.  Know What You’re Eating When you buy fruit and vegetables from the grocery store you are taking a chance on the quality. If you buy from stores then you can never be sure what chemicals have been used to grow them, how long they have been in storage, or what they’ve been exposed to. By starting your own vegetable garden you can take complete ..read more
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6 Nutrient Packed Winter Varieties For Your Garden
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by Denis Matthews
4M ago
There is nothing better than sitting down to a hot meal on a winter's evening, and to top it off, you know the ingredients came from your own garden. The flavour, the freshness and the fact that you know exactly where it came from adds to the moment. Many varieties of herbs and veggies can be picked at over and over simply by cutting off what you need for each meal and leaving the plant in your garden to continue growing, giving you absolute freshness every day of the week. Imagine how much you will save on your grocery bills AND actually get good quality farm fresh produce. Instead of seeding ..read more
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5 Best Varieties of Produce to Grow in Spring
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by Denis Matthews
4M ago
There is no better feeling than sitting down to a meal that has been cooked with fresh, home grown ingredients. You will never taste anything more fresh than something you have grown yourself and the sense of accomplishment that accompanies that is unbeatable.  There are plants for every season, and as we’ve already covered summer and winter it is time for spring. So, here’s a list of 5 of the best varieties of produce that you can grow in spring.   Lettuce We all know the price of lettuce right now and the lack of availability, so I want to start with that. There are many varieties ..read more
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How to Store Seeds
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by Denis Matthews
4M ago
One of the most rewarding times in your gardening journey is to watch a tiny seed begin to germinate. One of the most frustrating is to wait, and wait, and wait but nothing ever happens. Did you store your seed correctly? Has it actually died? Have you had them too long? There are many things that can impact your success and in this blog I will talk about the best way I have found to keep my seeds in top shape and thus increase the chance of something happening. Seeds DO NOT last forever... There are 3 main factors which affect a seeds ability to germinate, or not... Light, heat and moisture I ..read more
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Easy Gardening For All Ages
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by Denis Matthews
4M ago
Gardening may seem like something aimed towards the younger generation due to the heavy labour required, but that doesn’t have to be the case. With our hydroponic Salad Tables, gardening is now a comfortable activity for the whole family.  The Salad Table is ideal for vegetable and herb gardening, so you can enjoy fresh produce straight from your backyard. These gardens have a quick turn around and are great for teaching your kids about where their food comes from and encourage healthier options for the whole family. Let’s take a look at how our table design hydroponic gardens make garden ..read more
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