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All About Mole Repellent – Do Home Remedies Really Work?

If you have a mole control problem, you’ll appreciate just how frustrating it can be! Find out about various home remedies, and how you can best keep moles at bay.

Getting The Most Out Of Your Garden Shed

A shed is one of the most useful buildings you can have in your garden, giving you plenty of storage space or a place to get on with hobbies and jobs. Unfortunately, many people are not getting the most from their shed, so here are a few ideas to help you get the best out of your shed.

Early Risers in the Garden

Who says we have to wait until the 20th of March for spring? Already the days are longer and the earth is beginning to respond. We know the dismal days of winter are at an end when flowers like Cyclamen coum, snowdrops (Galanthus nivalis), Crocus and Iris reticulata have surfaced. For me, however, nothing illustrates new beginnings quite so well as the return of the charming yellow flowers of winter aconite (Eranthis hyemalis). Robust and feisty, they surge through the earth from mid to late January, lasting well into March (in zones 4 to 9). Like celandines (Ranunculus ficaria), marsh marigolds (Caltha palustris) and buttercups (Ranunculus repens), other members of the same family, the winter aconite glitters and shines exquisitely.

LED Grow Light – An Introduction to Indoor Gardening

Just like traditional farming, LED grow light can give you the power to nourish your plants. You can plant indoors even without using soil and instead of waiting for months, growth time is shortened without affecting the health of the plants. In fact, they will be fresher and tastier than those ones grown in soil.

Giving Gifts From The Garden

Buying a gift is always tough. Trying to find just the right thing for that special someone is more of a headache than something that most of us enjoy. It is usually such a difficult task that many people turn rude and nasty when they have to shop for gifts. Gifts from the garden can solve many of these issues.

Tips For Getting The Best Chips And Performance Out Of Your Wood Chipper

Ultimately, the key to getting the best performance out of your wood chipper is by using and maintaining it correctly. Many people will just shove whatever wood they have on hand into the hopper, thinking that it will be able to handle whatever you can throw at it.

Harvest Summer Vegetables – Start Planning for a Fall Garden

Gardeners are busy harvesting summer vegetables in August, but it’s also the time to start planning for a fall garden. Pick Your Summer Vegetables: Even if you don’t have a green thumb, by giving only scant attention (but plenty of water) to zucchini, squash and tomato plants you will be rewarded with an almost continuous supply of vegetables during August. Make sure you pick vegetables regularly to stimulate more growth so the plants continue to produce through the fall.

Money Saving Gardening Tips

The cost of gardening can be expensive, especially if it is your hobby and something you take pride and joy in. Of course you want your garden to look great, but it should have to cost an arm and a leg to do so. Here are some great tips for keeping your garden looking fabulous on a budget!

3 Reasons NOT to Use Pesticides (and 5 Alternatives to Them)

Lists the three main reasons why pesticides shouldn’t be used in your garden. Gives FIVE alternatives which mean you won’t HAVE to use them.

How To Repot Your Ficus Bonsai

A Bonsai Ficus is a great tree but after a while it can get too big for the pot it is held in. Find out how to repot your Ficus Gensing and keep it healthy!

Inspire A Generation – Get Children Onto the Allotment

The theme for the London Olympics is ‘Inspire a Generation’ and this worthy motto can be applied to our children and allotments. Many children today have been brought up with supermarket shopping and become disconnected from farming.

Irrigating the Garden – How to Set Up a Garden Drip Irrigation System

Irrigation systems for landscaping are often installed improperly or don’t even exist. This observation is from my many years remodeling the landscapes of homeowner’s properties. Fixing an improperly installed drip irrigation system is a very common need for most landscape remodeling projects. Here is how to set up a proper garden drip irrigation system.

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