Hydroponic Pros and Cons
Hydroponic gardening is the wave of the future. Techniques and equipment differ from tradition potting but so does your end product. Grow healthier, bigger plants with hydroponics.
Easy Steps to Service Your Lawn Mower Repair
All across the U.S., you can expect people to be getting ready to work on their lawns as the weather gets warmer and warmer. Maybe you want to do a little lawn maintenance so that you can keep up with your neighbor or maybe you just want a lawn that looks great this summer and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. Regardless for the reason of wanting to maintain your yard, in order to do this you must keep your small lawn mowers or rechargeable one’s in good working condition. By following the 3 simple steps, you can ensure that your mower runs effectively every time.
How to Make Your Lawn Mower Last Longer
The worst part is that it’ll probably give out on you when you’re not expecting it to. Perform preventative maintenance at least every 3-6 months.
An Overview of John Fay’s Aquaponics4You
Aquaponics4You is a guide that contains systematic directions to help users design and build aquaponic gardens at their homes. This helps them produce organic food in a new, simple approach. This overview will share some pros and cons of John Fay’s Aquaponics4You.
Pickling Recipes – Preserving the Garden Harvest for Winter
Recipes are often handed down from generation to generation, but when we are young and our mothers or grandmothers are showing us their “secrets” we have our minds on other things, so recipes can get lost. I went on a sentimental journey to track down my grandmother’s pickled corn recipe, and I’d love to share it with you. It is one recipe among many from her pickling recipes collection. Hope you enjoy! The Rancher’s Daughter
La Trobe’s Cottage – How to Establish an Authentic Heritage Garden
La Trobe’s Cottage is a National Trust treasure, now after 3 moves is located in the Domain Gardens, Melbourne. Charles Joseph La Trobe accepted the position of the Superintendent of the Port Philip district of New South Wales, Australia and was told that he would have to bring his own house and when he arrived here that he would have to buy his own land. He arrived in Melbourne in 1839, and in 1840 purchased…
Rose Planting Tips for Beginners
Others say you have to possess a “green thumb” so you can grow plants successfully. It may be a gift bestowed upon a deserving gardener, but did you know that you can actually have that green thumb? – It’s actually the right knowledge that you need, regardless if you’re a beginner or a veteran. If you love roses, you can begin rose planting with these beginner tips.
5 Examples to Get Inspiration From
If gardening is one of your hobbies, you always look for some new creative ideas to make the place more appealing, more fascinating and more unique, don’t you? Our ideas for flower pots will become your helping hand in the process of rearranging your garden into a work of art that deserves admiration and delight.
Astrantias and How to Grow Them
The astrantia is one of my favourite herbaceous plants. It is a European native although its name comes from the Greek meaning star, referring to the star-like shape of the flower heads. Its common name is masterwort, although it has also been affectionately known as Hattie’s pincushion and melancholy gentleman. They are clump forming perennials with unusual pincushion flowerheads that provide summer colour in shades of red, pink and white. They also make excellent cut flowers. Here is a short guide on how to grow astrantias and some of my favourite varieties.
Should Water Be a Commodity to Induce Conservation?
We are constantly reminded to save water, conserve water and use it wisely. But while it so cheap at less than 3 cents per gallon, its cost is not high enough to change consumer behavior.
Keep Garden Soil Cool in July Summer Heat
One of the biggest challenges for gardeners in July is to keep plants hydrated and the soil cool during one of the warmest months of the year in Southern California. Add Mulch to Save Water, Cool Soil: Add a 1″ to 3″ layer of mulch around your vegetable and flower gardens to slow water evaporation–by as much as 70 percent. Less evaporation means less watering.
Acquilegia or columbine is a perennial cottage garden plant originally found in meadows and woodlands. Known affectionately as ‘Granny’s Bonnet’ because the shape of the flower resembles the mob caps old women used to wear. They are a delicate but hardy addition to any garden and come in a wide variety of colours. Here is a short guide on how to grow them and some of my favourite varieties.