How to Save Water With Your Sprinkler Or Irrigation System
Your irrigation system is a major consumer of water and anything that you can do to reduce the volume of water used is a benefit to your pocket as well as the environment. Read our useful tips on scheduling your sprinkler or irrigation system, keeping up with the seasons, and keeping your sprinklers clear and efficient. By taking the time to maintain your sprinkler system in peak condition and efficiency you will save both time and money in the long run, as well as improving your garden.Worms Eat My Garbage
Worms can eat your garbage and give you so many benefits. What should you feed them? What you should never feed them and why? Can new worms be fed in the same manner as we feed older worms?The Vegetable Seeds on Sale Are Actually Easy to Grow!
These days the number of people who are interested in GIY (Grow It Yourself) is increasing. People buy vegetable seeds because they want to get close to nature.The Good and Bad About Bermuda Grass
Even when Bermuda grass blades are burnt or damaged by insects or animal it manages to re-grow and reestablish itself in record time. Because it recovers so quickly, it’s the perfect grass for high traffic areas.Growing Plants Using a Garden Cloche
Did you know you don’t have to use ugly polytunnels to stop young plants succumbing to the elements, flying pests, birds and cats any more? Keen gardeners will be glad to know an old fashioned idea is back in vogue to stop young plants being destroyed by the harsher extremes of the climate: the simple yet effective garden cloche. These devices date right back to the Victorian era, when large bell shaped glass jars were used in the garden to protect new shoots against the winter weather. They have enjoyed a renaissance in modern times, made from durable polystyrene but keeping true to the Victorian design. Using them couldn’t be simpler and you’ll be surprised at what you can achieve with them both indoors and in the garden.Getting Rid of Slugs in Your Garden – The Easy Way
Slugs are the nightmares of every gardener. These slimy little creatures are a real threat to most of the plants in your garden. You could spend a hard time trying to get rid of this pest, with no successful results, if you don’t do it the right way. So, is it even possible, getting rid of slugs in an already invaded garden? Keep reading and I will show you some easy ways of doing it with great success!Enhance the Beauty and Utility of Your Gardens With Vinyl Pergolas
Maintaining a garden outside your home is a great endeavor that really adds value to your property. Gardening is a great tool to collect the beauty of nature at just one place and it is really a fun and leisure activity for homeowners who have the required space available outside their houses.Organic Aphid Killers
The aphid is one of the most common pests attacking rose plants. Bugs and fungus are likely to attack the garden during the summer months. Using organic aphid killers is safer for the environment and people; particularly young children and of course, cats and dogs.Garden Arbors – 7 Reasons to Love Them
Garden Arbors are an incredibly easy way to add value to any garden or back yard and there are many reasons to love them and install one in your garden. They can make your garden the showplace you want it to be and give you many hours, months and even years of pleasure and joy!The Benefits of Growing Your Own Strawberries
Do you love strawberries? There are many benefits to growing your own.Steps in Making Mini Herb Garden
Many people wanted to start herbal gardening, but they do not have any idea on what to do first. If you are a first timer gardener, start with a mini herb garden. It is a great introduction to gardening.How to Compost – The Importance of Compost
Home composting is undoubtedly one of the best things a home owner can do for the environment, it is also one of the easiest. Compost has been defined as “A mixture of decaying organic matter, as from leaves and manure, used to improve soil structure and provide nutrients,” and learning how to compost is simply becoming aware of ways to hasten the natural biological process which reduces organic waste to the point where it can no longer be broken down. It easy to learn how to compost.How to Grow Hydroponic Tomatoes in a Limited Space
Grow hydroponic tomatoes and having fresh fruits through the whole year is the best thing you get from this system. You can grow them in your limited space apartment too. Here are some great tips and advice you need to follow to grow better tomatoes.Planning a Raised Bed Vegetable Garden
With any project there is always the planning stage. Planning a Raised Bed Vegetable Garden is no different. In this case there are questions that need to be answered before you start building your garden bed. Below are the questions and suggestions you need to take into account before making your decisions.