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Protecting Your Garden From Hungry Deer

In spring you plant your garden confident that you’re going to have the greatest crop ever. Imagine your chagrin, however, if you get out of bed one morning, look out at your pride and joy, and see deer grazing on the tender little sprouts. You need to take steps to protect your garden from them, or your fresh veggie dreams will cease to be a reality.

Advantages of a Small Vegetable Garden

As food prices continue to rise and food contamination stories continue to propagate the nightly news, it is time to take action and provide for ourselves by planting a small vegetable garden. Here are five advantages of starting a small vegetable garden.

Vinyl Arbors Have Many Advantages and Can Be Found in All Shapes

Your first choice may not be a vinyl arbor, but because they come with so many different advantages, it should maybe be. Whilst in the past, most arbors were made of purely natural wood or steel, you may now find that there is absolutely a huge wide variety of vinyl arbors available that seem just as wonderful.

Beginner’s Lawn Care

Quick beginner’s guide to lawn care. Tips on how to choose the right grass and soil to plant your new seeds.

Redwood Arbors – And How to Choose the Right One?

One of the easiest and most affordable ways to improve the look and feel of your entire home is a redwood arbor. Don’t miss out on the opportunity. The introduction of an arbor, a trellis, or an arch to almost any outdoor property can easily right away turn it into something quite special.

The Many Benefits of Metal Garden Sheds And Buildings

Our homes are more than just spaces to put our bodies; they’re extensions of our psyche and a large part of the way we perceive ourselves. A trip around a person’s home whom you have no prior relationship can say a million words about what kind of person they are, what interests they hold and who they are (obviously, wandering into strangers homes and looking around isn’t recommended too heavily).

Growing Organic Food: What’s In It for Us?

Anyone can grow crops even without a large area dedicated for this activity. Unless you want to grow crops to sell and not just for your own consumption, a garden with space to set pots on is enough. The quality of the crops is not defined by how large the area where they are planted is. A crop will grow healthily with these factors: good soil, proper amount of sunlight, and your commitment to take care of them everyday.

8 Must Know Tips on How To Grow Tomatoes

Have you ever been disappointed with how your tomato plants produce? Whether you are growing your plants in a garden or a planter box, a beginner or a seasoned gardener, these 8 tips will help you grow beautiful tomatoes.

Compost Bin Options

If you’re considering starting your own composting system, or are looking to improve your current composting method, looking into the various composting bins available is a prudent decision. There are all sorts of bins out there – it can be a daunting task to even start looking. Each has their own benefit and drawback, so take each one into consideration and make an informed decision.

Simple Ways to Improve Your Garden Soil

Few of us have ideal garden soil however there are easy ways to improve what you do have. Adding in soil amendments and soil fertilizers will improve the structure and texture of your soil and provide usable nutrients for your plants.

Make Easy Compost

Composting can be a fulfilling and easy activity for people with even a little bit of space in their yard. The benefits are great – you’ll be processing some of your own waste, turning a liability (in the landfill) into an asset (in the garden). Your soil will benefit and reward you with bigger, tastier fruits an vegetables as you continue to recycle waste through the method of composting. Even if you don’t garden yourself, you can always make compost and give it to a neighbor who might need it – once they see your compost, they’re sure to want it!

Grow Tomatoes Upside Down to Save Space and Time

Discover the ingenious practice of growing tomatoes upside down to maximize space and light; while giving yourself more time, ease and comfort. With vertical gardening you can grow tomatoes no matter where you live or how much space you have!

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