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Composting – What’s Old Is New Again

Something old is so very new today. What am I referring to? Composting, which dates back to at least the early Roman Empire, has become very popular with home gardeners.

Raised Garden Beds – What They Are and Their Benefits

Raised Garden Beds are garden beds that are elevated above the surrounding soil or ground they are built on, and are normally retained by some type of framework. These frames can be constructed of many types of materials, block, brick, stone, or wood. A hilled garden bed can also be considered a raised bed.

Who Showed You How to Garden?

Do you remember the garden you and your friends use to sneak into some of the neighborhood’s prized gardens and help yourself to some of those delicious fresh vegetables? On those warm summer nights when school was out and you had a much later curfew, you and your friends would run around snatching apples out of some gardeners trees that tended his precious crops in hopes of having plenty to can or freeze when fall rolled around. I have to tell you that the man that kept one of those wonderful gardens, was the first guy to take an interest…

Garden Hand Tools To Make Your Life Easier

Every gardener should have the best garden hand tools available. If you’re looking for some new tools but aren’t sure just what you need then read on for some great suggestions.

Weed Control – Winning the Battle in Your Landscape

You’ve spent countless hours planting your lawn and garden, only to find that the weeds are growing better than your lawn and flowers. But you can win the battle of the weeds.

Factors When Building a Greenhouse

Factors such as cost and space will determine the type of greenhouse you build. If you do live in a windy area, it may be it worth to spend the extra money for a solid and sturdy greenhouse. If you live near a large hardware store or a nursery, or even a do-it-yourself home center, go and visit some models.

Weed Control Using Non-Selective Weedkiller

Weeds can be one of the most frustrating problems a gardener can face, no matter what you do – they always seem to come back in greater numbers to ruin all your hard work. If you have a problem with weeds in your garden then you can tackle the problem by using one of the many types of non-selective weedkiller that are on the market. This article will help you choose the right weedkiller and also give you tips on its application.

Know Your Orchids For Better Growing Habits

Orchids come in many varieties and in order to become more familiar with growth patterns it is advisable to become familiar with various species of the flower. In this way you can determine which best suits your region and works well within your established environment. This will be necessary in order to care properly for the orchid you select to grow. The following article provides details as to the most popular or common types of the plant.

Old Wine Barrels Make Great Garden Planters

Do you have any old wine barrels sitting around and taking up space that could be put to better use? Well, if you do any sort of gardening you should know that your old wine barrels made from oak make fantastic garden barrel planters.

What Kind of Flowers Grow Well in Hot Climates?

Would you like to know about a flower that blooms all year long? It only needs water about once a week and loves the heat and Sun!

Why Choose Non-Selective Weedkiller?

There are many different types of weedkiller available on the market – but which one should you choose? The different types can be split into two basic groups – selective and non-selective. Selective weedkiller will target a specific group of plants and non-specific weedkiller will kill all plant life it comes into contact with. This article will explain when non-selective weedkiller should be used and how it works.

Choosing the Best Greenhouse Design

Owning a greenhouse doesn’t mean you have to pick up and move to Florida when cold wintery conditions seemingly put a stop to your gardening for several months. You can keep on bringing out the seeds and grow several types of plant-life no matter the time of year.

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