Dealing With Fertility Bombs in the Garden

Grow Your Own Nursery Business

Have you thought about growing your own nursery? This can include shrubs, trees, and various other plants. If you have a green thumb and you wish to share the fruits of your labor with others, you can do so.

Why You Need to ‘Grow Your Own’

We live in weird and wonderful times, and the world is changing at a rate even faster than during the industrial revolution. The difference now to then, is that it is a lot harder to see the changes this time around. During the industrial age they could see the buildings go up, they could smell the changes in the air, all we have to see are a few price rises in the shops. But I believe that these price rises will continue, and unless we start to take control of these, we are going to have much harder times ahead of us.

Some of the Best Summer Annuals for Outdoor Planters

Sowing annuals in borders is an easy and cheap way of filling space during the summer months. These plants can either be sown as seeds earlier in the season or bought and planted as young plants. Either way they will keep on flowering right until the end of the season. The same thing can be done to fill outdoor planters which can then be used to brighten up patio areas or bare corners of the garden. There are many summer annuals on the market, so here are a few of my favourites; some unusual plants as well as those that will provide the best value for money.

Important Tips If You Plan to Grow Mushrooms at Home

Unlike what many people think, growing mushrooms is not nearly the same as growing ordinary crops. This does not mean that it is a difficult undertaking. Quite to the contrary it is very easy to cultivate mushrooms since they require very little attention compared to plants. It is possible for a person to grow mushrooms at home without going for any kind of training. As long as you have enough space and a place that can be kept damp, then you are all set to grow mushrooms.

Soil Does Matter

Do you have a new house on virgin soil? Are you ready to design your landscaping ideas? Have you analyzed the soil on your land? Soil does matter as it is the foundation ground for both the house and plant life.

Streamline Landscaping

Streamline your landscaping design to an affordable budget while meeting your outdoor decor needs. There is the dream landscape and there is the reality landscape. Money, time, and energy are required to maintain the lawn, gardens, trees and shrubbery.

How to Spot a Good Tree Surgeon

There are some professions where it’s almost impossible to define whether the professional you’ve hired is any good or not. When it comes to finding the right tree surgeon, this difference becomes quite important. The incompetence of one can hinder the convenience of many when you don’t make a considered and well thought out decision.

Organic Gardening Tips for Beginning Gardeners

Organic farming has become more and more popular these days partly due to increased knowledge about the benefits of organic foods. Even though organic farming has its benefits it is often a little trickier than traditional or chemical farming.

Caring For Orchids And Providing Their Basic Needs

Caring for orchids involve providing it with its basic needs. You need to know the requirement of your plant so you can provide it adequately.

Effective Garden Design

Whether a garden is designed by a professional or an amateur, certain principles form the basis of effective garden design, resulting in the creation of gardens to meet the needs, goals and desires of the users or owners of the gardens. Elements of garden style embrace the layout of arduous landscape, such as paths, walls, water options, sitting areas and decking; similarly because the plants themselves, considerately for their horticultural requirements, their season-to-season look, lifespan, growth habit, size, speed of growth, and mixing with alternative plants and landscape options. Consideration…

Stop Squirrels From Eating The Tomatoes With This Simple Plastic Cage

How to quickly construct a simple plastic cage around tomato plants that keeps squirrels out, but allows you — the gardener — easy access to the plants inside by un-clamping and rolling up panels of plastic fencing… and the parts will store easily for use the next year!

Try a Pizza Garden

Pizza gardens are named not so much because they can be shaped like a pizza, but more so because all the ingredients you would need to make a great pizza pie are right there. A pizza garden can be round and divided into “slices” of varying vegetables and herbs, just like a real pizza, or they can be any shape your little heart desires. They can also be grown in a sun drenched location in containers on a patio, terrace or window box. Most plants used for pizza gardens require full sun, they are sun-lovers, so 6-8 hours of sunlight is best not only for a high yield but also for flavor.

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