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Herb Gardening – Using Containers

If your garden space is somehow limited, do not despair – there is always room for a few colorful pots even in the smallest of gardens, or on a balcony or even a window sill. An advantage of gardening this way is that the growth and expansion of the herb roots is very easily controlled within a container, within easy reach all day, especially important for certain roaming herbs.

Eco Friendly Watering

Unless you’re growing a garden full of cactus, you’re going to have to think about watering your garden. Whether you’re growing food crops or flowers, they’re all going to need water. However, in today’s eco-conscious climate, where that water comes from and how its used is of more importance than ever.

A Guide to Sprinkler Head Adjustment

Sprinkler head adjustment may be required in the event of a water shortage. By adjusting the heads of their sprinkler system, homeowners can stop wasting water and at the same time, more efficiently water their lawn and landscaping area.

Greenhouse Gardening Tips to Help You Get Started

There is nothing better than having a greenhouse where you can tend to your plants year round and can regulate the temperature to ensure your plants grow in an environment that caters to all their needs. Here are a couple of greenhouse gardening tips to help you get started.

5 Easy-to-Grow Fall Flowers

Following are just five of the best fall flowers, all which happen to be carefree and easy to grow. You can mix them with late-blooming summer flowers. This way, the summer flowers can die away while the show continues with your fall bloomers.

Gardening Tips For Your Organic Garden

When the seasons turn and spring makes its arrival, the nursery suddenly fills up with eager gardeners spending too much money on flowers and plants they will do not have the time to plant. So they stay out after dark trying to find the right spots for the new flowers but by the time summer arrives the new plants resemble a wasteland.

Beautiful Summer Flowers

Flowers are a wonderful way to add color, depth, and beauty to your summer yard. In fact, flowers will even give your house and yard enough curb appeal to actually increase the value of it in many cases.

Cultivating Spring Flowers

Everyone loves the springtime, the flowers are at their best and all look so beautiful. There is nothing like walking through a garden on a sunny spring day full of brightly colored flowers. They always smell and look stunning, and although this is the busiest time for gardeners it is one of the most enjoyable times.

Mulching – How and Why

You might not think very much about mulch, but it’s one of the most important things you can put on your garden. Simply put, mulch is a covering put on a garden to moderate the effects of the local climate and to inhibit the growth of weeds.

Companion Planting

When it comes to planning a garden, most of us just think about how much space a plant will need and how much sun it will get. There are, however, other things you can consider that will make your garden a more efficient entity. One of these things is companion planting.

Easy Garden Landscaping Ideas For the Home

It’s quite common to find gardens in homes, but only a few would really have well landscaped ones. Here are a couple of easy landscaping ideas that can help you make your garden stand out.

I Have Met the Enemy, and it is the Squash Vine Borer

I have decided there is nothing quite as sad as planting a seed, watching it sprout, and then tending to the plant as it grows only to have it devoured from the inside out by the villainous Squash Vine Borer. This happened to me, just a few weeks ago.

Ideas For Raising a Rose Garden

Do you want to raise your own rose garden? What would be your foremost consideration? It’s very easy to raise your own rose garden if you put love into it coupled with hard work. Your foremost consideration is looking for an ideal location for your garden.

Understanding Gardening Vocabulary – Part 7

We are now more than half way through the year so if you have been following this series since January you should be developing quite a good understanding of gardening terms. This month’s words are complete fertiliser, NPK, dead heading and thinning.

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