Safe Tips For Keeping Your Garden Under Control
Read these helpful gardening tips to help create safe garden pest control without using any harmful chemicals, its the opposite in this situation, extremely beneficial. You do not have to be afraid of trying your produce if you take these tips into both consideration and action while growing!Save Money and Start Up a Compost Garden
With the current economy, many people are looking for ways that they can save some money. Well, if you want a healthy lifestyle and you want to save money, compost gardening is a great option. There are two basic things that are involved in this type of gardening and you may or may not already be doing these things. Read more to start saving this growing season!Discover Feathery Shade Loving Astilbes
With large showy flower spikes rising above elegant foliage, astilbes are the key to a beautiful shade garden. Provided with rich moist soil, these hardy perennials will add delicate color and texture to your gardens.3 Steps in Caring For Roses That Get Beautiful Results
Roses are among some of the most beautiful and cherished flowers that we love to include in our gardens. If you have ever tried to grow them, you know that they have a reputation for being hard to care for. If you are new to rose growing and are hesitant about trying it, don’t be discouraged. These steps, if followed, will result in beautiful roses.Rain Barrel Rejuvenation
The rainy season is fast approaching, and it is time that we use our natural resources! A rain barrel would be a fabulous way to start.Caring For Your House Plants
I call this article “Poppy’s House Plant Guide” because I cover most all factors that have an impact on a house plant’s health- lighting, watering, humidity control, air circulation, temperature control, fertilizing, and potting. Besides food and water, light is one of the most important needs of plant survival. Light absorbed by plants enable them to convert it’s energy into sugars and starches they need to grow and survive.Make Compost Like an Expert in 5 Easy Steps
If you don’t know what you’re doing, it can take years of practice to make compost like an expert. But if you follow these five simple guidelines, you can make your own compost quickly and easily.Indoor Fruit Trees – Three New Varieties Now Available
Do you know how easy it is to grow your very own citrus fruit indoors? And now, indoor fruit trees have gone beyond lemons, limes, and oranges. Let’s take a look at three new varieties now available.A Hobby That is Blessing to Mankind – Gardening
According to the taste, all of us have different types of hobbies. Some like dancing, some go for music, even the playing instrument like guitar, piano etc and even some like gardening as well. In gardening, people like creating a healthy and fresh environment around us. This is the hobby which is the gift to the nature as well.The Best Way to Grow and Care For an Angel Trumpet Plant
With the angel trumpet its not enough to plant seeds and expect beautiful plant to a grow. The plant has special needs which, if you understand and apply them a wonderful plant will emerge.Can Garden Activities Be As Good For You As Exercising?
Can garden activities do you as much good as a brisk walk, or a morning spent in the gym? It seems that “yes” is the answer. Your favourite pastime may be all you need to keep healthy. Now, isn’t that good news!Frost Damaged Plants – To Trim Or Not to Trim
Is your landscaping looking a bit dreary because of a freeze or frost? Don’t worry too much, I know it can look horrible but there is relief and hope in site.Find Out Why and When to Apply For Garden Planning Permission
If you’re thinking of adding in a garden shed, or paving your front garden, you may or may not need garden planning permission. Knowing the difference can save you a lot of money and hassle when you find out before installing new garden features.Who Needs Garden Planning Permission?
Owning your own property can make you feel like you should be able to do whatever you want with it or to it. Sadly, this is not true. There are certain times when you have to ask the city for permission to build or change things on your property. This is why it is important to understand when you need garden planning permission before you do anything to your home or garden.