Horticultural Principles

Gardening basics

Horticultural Principles is a comprehensive collection of articles and insights dedicated to the core concepts and techniques of horticulture. This section provides foundational knowledge for gardening enthusiasts, from beginners taking their first steps to experienced gardeners looking to deepen their understanding of the art and science behind successful horticulture.

Explore essential information about a diverse range of plants, including herbs, flowers, vegetables, and fruits, as well as the best practices for cultivating them. Gain valuable insights into plant biology, soil management, and various growing methods to foster a thriving garden. Our easy-to-understand guides and expert advice will help you navigate the world of horticulture with confidence and ease.

Whether you're just starting out or have years of gardening experience under your belt, Horticultural Principles offers the knowledge and support needed to hone your skills and cultivate a flourishing garden.

Solving the Debate: Is a Tomato a Fruit or a Vegetable?

Each of us knows the taste of tomato very well. Botanically speaking, the tomato is a fleshy berry, which undoubtedly suggests its belonging to the category of fruit. However, due to its low sugar content, it is classified as a vegetable. So is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable?