About This Course

I know when I started out doing my garden, I found the world of planting a labyrinth of one disaster after another. To start with, plants are not the cheapest things in the world, and if you don’t know what you’re doing with them, buying plants can become a large expense – especially if you end up killing them! Secondly, when you buy a plant, it looks one way, but after a few weeks or months of growing, it can either grow completely out of control or, worse, it can die.

Over the years, after a lot of trial and error, I have learnt a lot about which plants to buy at which times of year, and how to care for them so that you end up with a beautiful floral display throughout the year.

This is a course to give you some ideas about simple, easy to care for plants and grass care that will make your garden into the envy of your neighbourhood and won’t require hours and hours of hard work.

In recent years, houseplants have been gaining in popularity. Compared with just twenty years ago, the number of people of all ages becoming interested in bringing the outdoors in is enormous!

Studies have even been done showing that not only are houseplants visually beautiful, but they’re also good for your health! We all know that plants absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen, therefore freshening up our air and eliminating harmful toxins, but just by having a few plants around the house, we can also reduce our stress levels and boost our mood.

So, in this course, we’re going to look at five beautiful and easy-to-care for houseplants that are perfect for the beginner who wants to get green fingered. This course is aimed at any age and any level of expertise, and it’s full of hints and tips on how to keep our green friends happy and healthy.

There is one collection of houseplants that are very easy to look after called succulents. Succulents are ideal for everybody especially if you don’t have a green thumb. So, if you want to get in on the houseplant craze but don’t think you could keep a peace lily alive for more than a few weeks, then turn your hand to these hardy little succulents.

Succulents are plants that store water in their leaves. The name “succulent” comes from the Latin word “sucus”, which means juice or sap. You’ll notice that their leaves are much thicker than other plants, and they are native to deserts and very dry areas. Succulents are so varied that there is something for everybody no matter what your taste. 

Who this course is for:

Budding gardeners or plant lovers

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have learned tips and tricks of gardening as a beginner.

30 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, simply contact us and we’ll give you a full refund. No questions asked.

Get started today and learn more about gardening of house plants, succulents and herbs.

Course Curriculum

Section 1 - Gardening
Gardening Introduction 00:00:00
Pansies And Violas 00:00:00
Petunias 00:00:00
Calibrachoa 00:00:00
Marigolds 00:00:00
Begonias 00:00:00
Impatients Or Busy Lizzies 00:00:00
Geraniums 00:00:00
Lobelia 00:00:00
Osteospermum 00:00:00
Lavender 00:00:00
Hebes 00:00:00
Lupins 00:00:00
Hellebores 00:00:00
Hostas 00:00:00
Bleeding Heart Plant 00:00:00
Lawn Care 00:00:00
Spring Bulbs 00:00:00
Section 2 - Herbs
Introduction – Herbs 00:00:00
Parsley 00:00:00
Coriander 00:00:00
Basil 00:00:00
Chives 00:00:00
Thyme 00:00:00
Section 3 - Houseplants
Introduction – Houseplants 00:00:00
Snake Plant 00:00:00
Heartleaf Philodendron 00:00:00
Spider Plant 00:00:00
Peace Lily 00:00:00
English Ivy 00:00:00
Section 4 - Succulents
Introduction – Succulents 00:00:00
Aloe Vera 00:00:00
Echeveria 00:00:00
Zebra Haworthia 00:00:00
Tiger Jaws 00:00:00
Burro’s Tail 00:00:00
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