It is good to feel when you smell the fresh scent of the flowers in the morning. As the sun slowly rising to fill the world with brightness, your day starts picking those beautiful flowers to put on the flower vase in your living room. And you don’t feel any guilt picking those flowers because it is you who planted them. You spend three hours digging the soil and planting flowers and other ornamental plants in your garden. And it makes you happy when the flowers bloom.Growing Herb Gardens Can Be Easy and Fun, Really!
The secret to any kind of successful gardening is rich, fertile soil. Herbs can flourish with little care if they have the proper soil and they are not over-watered.Using Solar Powered Accents in Your Beautiful Garden
Now that you have all your flower beds cleaned and planted for spring, what do you do? Wait until the flowers bloom? What else do you need to add? The work of preparing the beds and planting the flowers gives most of us a delightful sense of accomplishment. We sit back and look at our gardens and wish the flowers would grow quicker, so we can ‘see’ and enjoy them.5 Tips For a Homegrown Vegetable Garden
Don’t you love Spring? And what’s better than homegrown vegetables straight from your own garden? Especially with vegetable prices sky-rocketing these days, it’s that much more of a bargain in more ways than one.Ladder Gardening
Have an old ladder you cannot use laying around the house? Well, do not add it to the dump pile. Bring it back to life as part of your garden.America’s Best Tasting and Keeping Blueberry Varieties
The following are varieties for a season of fresh great tasting and keeping blueberries. This is a listing of some of the best tasting and keeping varieties listed according to ripening time (i.e. Early-Season, Mid-Season, Late Mid-Season, and Late Season) and variety type (i.e. northern and southern varieties).Transplanting Roses: Expert Tips and Advice
No matter what reason you have for transplanting roses don’t go start ripping roots out of the ground without reading this. Learn when to transplant, how to prepare, what to cut and what not to cut, how to re-plant, do you need fertilizer, how much to water, tips and secrets from old timers.Why Raise Worms
This article is for gardeners who want to improve the health of their plants. It will show how to use the worms to produce a Compost Tea that will strengthen the plants and improve the soil.Red Poppies From Poppy Seeds to Make Your Garden Glow
When poppies are mentioned the first color that often springs to mind is red. Popular around the world the red poppy, with its black spots, has become an iconic symbol of global remembrance. It is regarded as a beautiful natural species and is often shown in images depicting golden corn fields with tiny dormice clambering amongst stalks.5 Great Tomato Plant Tips
Essential advice on growing the healthiest, strongest plants that bear incredibly juicy, tasty tomatoes. Valuable tips for beginners and expert tomato-growers alike!Eating Healthy During The Winter With Your Greenhouse Kit
The cold winter can affect more than our moods and aching backs. Dieting has always been a battle during the winter months, mostly due to the convenience of less healthy, ready-made foods; and the lack of quality seasonal produce at the market that our bodies benefit from in the summer.Is Your Orchid Growing With the Correct Growing Lights and Intensity?
Light is an essential element that is usually ignored by most growers. The provision of the correct amount of light for your orchid species will enhance its health and growth. Light intensity varies accordingly with species and hybrids. Grow lights are available with appropriate intensities. As well as the appropriate kind of light should be used to promote growth or flowering.