Bird Nesting Houses
Have you ever wanted to put up a birdhouse for a robin? Or a cardinal? Well, neither of these birds are cavity nesters, so a traditional birdhouse will not work.Shade Sails Showcase
A brief look at the history of Shade Sails going back to the Romans. Next we look at modern day applications of shade sails, UV protection and applications.Bird Watchers Tips
Bird watchers may actually be extending their life span by enjoying their hobby. It is a medical fact that stress is responsible for a majority of the health problems we experience. So, it stands to reason that anything we can do to lower our stress will reward us with a happier longer life. To get the most enjoyment out of your hobby let’s explore some helpful tips. We will discuss several quick tips for attracting and watching birds. Feeding, water, when to start feeding, providing shelter and creating a garden.Gardening With Tips – Tips and Activities
Planting a garden can be a rewarding experience for anyone who goes through with this endeavour. Not only is a garden something that is beautiful to look at, but it can also be an important food source during the growing season and beyond.Top 5 Most Important Garden Tools
Garages and garden sheds everywhere are full of tools and gadgets that rarely get used as much as originally envisioned, so to save room in the shed and save money at the store, focus on these important garden tools. A wall of tools is not really…Sunlight Supply and Efficiency
When it comes to sunlight supply in a greenhouse energy costs can be quite expensive. Sunlight supply accounts for some of the major operating costs of running a greenhouse. Keeping powerful lights on all of your plans in order to help them grow is not only necessary for quality product but is just part of the cost of doing business in the greenhouse industry. It is possible however to save a bit of money in your operating costs by phasing out any inefficient bulbs and fixtures that you may have within your indoor lighting and within your greenhouse.Can You Have Too Many Wild Bird Houses?
Can your garden have too many wild bird houses? The answer is yes…and no.Birdhouse Dimensions
Birdhouses dimensions must be built to specification for each type of bird. Here are some specifics: The house for Chickadee must have a floor size of 4″ x 4″. There should be 8 inches between the floor and the bottom of the entrance opening.Organic Gardens – Plant Health Essentials
Removing all pests from your organic garden may not eliminate all your problems because your plants are susceptible to a wide-range of common plant diseases. This can cause some headaches but there are many easy and effective solutions to plant diseases. Here we shall cover the main symptoms and some of the controls available to the organic gardener.Flowering Plants: Nutrients Needed to Survive
Even though plants can manufacture their own food and produce energy for their own consumption, they need more than sugar only. Plants need a total of sixteen different kinds of nutrients in order to grow strong and healthy, produce flowers, and bear fruits.Air Plants Are Amazing
Of course we are biased so we want you to know what others tell us about their love of air plants. Find out why so many people love these “weird and cool” plants.Where to Place Bird Feeders and Bird Houses in Your Garden
Providing a safe and effective location for your bird feeders and birdhouses in your garden is a simple process. Here are 6 tips, from providing the birds with squirrel-proof locations to avoiding noisy areas and offering suggestions on bird baths that will help to plan your bird-friendly habitat.