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Types of Fall Flowers

Flowers are simply wonderful. Whether as an outdoor ornament or an indoor decoration, you can never go wrong with having them around.

Don’t Let Summer Heat Take a Toll on Your Garden

July heat can add stress to a growing garden. By creating a regular watering schedule and maintaining the garden for maximum water absorption, plants can remain hydrated while not costing homeowners a bundle in water bills.

Create a Wildflower Display in Outdoor Planters

For those of you that like something a little different in an annual display, or for an area that requires a very informal display, wild flowers can provide the perfect answer. Wild flower species have a delicacy and vibrancy of colour all of their own and will convey all the essence of an English summer in one container.

Fertilizers for Potted Plants

Those of you who have a garden with some or plenty of potted plants might have noticed that after a while, the plants don’t seem to pick up at all. This article walks you through the steps you need to take get your potted plants back on track.

Gardening Tips That Increase Production And Saves You Money

As most gardeners will tell you, keeping and maintaining a garden is one of the most rewarding and enjoyable hobby imaginable. Not only do you have a creative outlet that provides you with satisfaction and hours of peaceful endeavor, at the end of your effort you are provided with fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers. However, they will also tell you that it can be very easy to go overboard with accessories and additions that can make your gardening habit an expensive one. If you are looking to make gardening a more economical hobby, then read this article and see if you can incorporate some of the tips in your garden.

Top 5 Tips On How To Do Aquaponics

Whether you’re a complete beginner or a seasoned professional in aquaponic gardening, there’s always something new and interesting to learn. Here are 5 of the best aquaponics how to do it tips in order to help you with your journey into the world of aquaponics.

How Permaculture Can Benefit Society

Permaculture is a contraction of the words permanent culture. The idea being that we rely more on sustainable agriculture not dependant on fossil fuels. It will use local resources, smaller more diverse crop planning, non-chemically dependent fertilizing, for example. Permaculture is a movement away from anything big and industrial to the smaller and sustainable farms, encouraging more interdependence with community members.

Different Ways To Create Your Own Compost

Creating your own compost is a great way to garden in an eco-friendly way. Go over this article to learn more about the different ways to create your own compost.

Using Dill From Your Home Herb Garden

Dill grows plentifully in the Mediterranean region and southern parts of Russia, the regions where the plant originated. It has been cultivated since at least the Neolithic period. The stems and flowers have been found in tombs from several civilizations. It has been considered a valuable plant throughout its history. This plant has a large repertoire of medicinal uses, making it a good addition to any herb garden.

10 Ideal Plants for Your Summer Landscape

Summer is in full swing, and the weather just keeps getting hotter. Not all plants can thrive or even survive in this climate, so it is important that you carefully consider which ones you choose to include in your landscape. Here are ten plants that can beat the heat.

Styles And Types Of Garden Sheds

A garden shed, sometimes called a storage shed, is a very handy space for storing just about anything. It’s an independent structure usually constructed or installed in a backyard away from public eye.

How to Judge Teak Garden Furniture for Quality

It used to be that teak garden furniture was a luxury item. Not anymore. There’s a glut of cheap teak on the market, all imported from the Far East. People buying these are overjoyed at first that they can get something so special for so little. They are of course, quite dismayed after a while when they see that their new purchase just doesn’t behave the way they’ve always known teak to behave.

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