10 Gardening Ideas You Can Use Today
Want to make more of your garden? Want your children to have somewhere to play? Want to attract wildlife? See which gardening ideas you can use for your garden.Perennials – How to Choose and Plant Perennials
Perennials add color and life to your garden. Find out how to choose which perennials to plant and how to plant them.How the Green Lacewing Gets Rid of Aphids in Your Garden Without Chemicals Or Mess
There are 15 green lacewing species. Some live on the ground, while others live in trees. The two most common type are Chrysoperla rufilabris and Chrysopa ornata. Unless you are an expert it is hard to identify them accurately.Stop! Don’t Transplant Your Roses the Wrong Way
There are several things that you need to know before you starting pulling your plant out of the ground. Here’s how to transplant your roses the right way.Tips on Growing Strawberries
Have you ever wanted to enjoy fresh, delicious strawberries in the comforts of your garden? Imagine the juicy and flavorful fruit that can be a great delight to your taste buds.Eco-Garden Room Builds – Natural Materials Vs Man Made
It is not common knowledge as to when the first English Garden Room was built at the bottom of an English garden. It might have been in the late 18th century that architect William Kent’s potting shed spurred the interest in an outside retreat. Or perhaps it was the erection of 2.1 million Anderson World War 2 air raid shelters late in 1938? The Garden Room has it’s place alongside mother nature herself – an abiding existence with so many forms and functions.Marvellous Maidenhairs!
Many of the fern family are overlooked and underrated in their use, either indoors as a container plant, or outdoors in a shady garden spot. There are ferns for all sorts of places, some shady, some moist and dry areas within the garden.Gardening Information – Choosing the Right Gloves
Here’s some gardening information you may not know or ideas that you had not considered. When your working in your garden you probably wear gardening gloves, for obvious reasons, such as blisters, thorns cuts etc. Have you given any thought to what style of glove will best suit your needs?Choosing a Garden – What Type of Garden is Right For You?
Choosing a garden consists of deciding between perennials, fruits, or vegetables in your garden. Depending on what type of person you are and how much work you plan to put into your garden, choosing can be difficult. Check out the pros and cons of the different types of gardens you can have.Gardening to Relax and Feel Happier
Going into the garden can help you relax. Why do you want to relax? This keeps you healthy and happier than being stressed and unhealthy. You body needs to relax, whatever your life style. Being stressed will burn it out faster and can lead to illnesses. Look around you at those who live a stressful life, they are very unhappy, sick or plain miserable. You can avoid all this! Don’t be like them and torture yourself.Axel N Erlandson’s Tree Circus
Axel Erlandson and his Circus Trees have intrigued people since the 1940s. Axel was very secretive about his methods of shaping trees. When asked he would say “Oh I talk to them”. There has been much speculation as to how he shaped over 70 trees into fantastic shapes. This article is shedding light on how he did it and where the trees are now.Attracting Birds to Your Backyard
Birds can help your backyard feel alive and inviting, as well as keep bugs away. It may seem difficult to keep birds in your yard, but with a little bit of work you can make your property an inviting place for them to live, eat, and nest.Indoor Vermicomposting
Indoor vermicomposting can be possible if you have composting worms (Red Wiggler worms are recommended), worm bin which you can buy or do on your own and organic materials. First step, you set up the bin. Do it by ensuring that there are drilled holes in the container for aeration.Gardening Information – Hydroponics Indoor Gardening
Hydroponics is a one word description of raising plants in water and letting the water carry the nutrients to the plant eliminating the need for dirt and allowing the grower complete control over the plants nutrient intake. Derived from the Greek word hydro, which means “water” and ponos, which means “labor or water-working.” Many people shy away from hydroponic gardening because they have no understanding of the methods and believe it to be beyond their kin.