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Part 4 Of Gardening Techniques

A graft is a union between two plants, the roots and lower stem of one plant (which is known as the ‘stock’ or ‘root stock’) uniting with the shoot of another plant (the scion), so that they grow together as one. The main role of grafting in horticulture is the propagation of trees and shrubs where one or more of the following difficulties prevent easier means of producing planting material.

How To Landscape a Sloping Backyard

Living on a hillside can provide stunning views from your front porch, but when it comes to landscaping that sloping backyard you may have found yourself a challenge. Read on to learn how to design and landscape your sloping backyard to minimize water consumption and get the most out of the area.

CFL Grow Bulbs – Checklist of Features You Want in a Grow Light

The first feature you want in a grow bulb is getting the type of light that plants thrive in. Not all lights are equal when it comes to providing different types of light. If you think back to your junior high school science class, you might have learned something about the light spectrum.

November Gardening Tips and Snips

November can be a busy time in the garden, so why not read through these handy gardening tips to help you plan the month ahead? This month’s ‘tips and snips’ include topics such as plant hedging, protecting tender plants and fruit trees.

Flowering Plants for Shade or Low Light Areas

Many gardeners find it tricky to choose the right kind of plants for low light areas in the garden. Due to this shady patches are generally left bare without any plants. However, if your garden is shaded and does not receive full sunlight throughout the day, you can still go ahead and plant some amazing varieties.

Start Using Companion Planting in Your Home Vegetable Garden

If you are looking to maximize the available room you have in your yard or on your property, while at the same time promoting healthier plants through better soil and other means,companion planting is the way to go. Companion planting is a great way to combine various plants in a single location all of which work in conjunction with one another as opposed to competing with each other for the same nutrients. The most widely known method for companion planting and the easiest to understand would be the Three Sisters Method.

Artificial Grass – How to Install

In this article I shall be explaining how you install artificial grass! I will cover from choosing a base and then on to cutting to trimming, joining to gluing and offering to weighting and then onto completion!

Harvesting Your Hard-Earned Vegetable Garden

Harvest time is one of the busiest times of the home gardening season. Even with the best of planning, there is often an overabundance of home grown vegetables to freeze, can and put on the table.

Growing Fuchsia in Your Garden

Fuchsia is a flowering plant that comes in many varieties. Fuchsias can be used as border plants and hedges. They can even be used in flower beds and containers. Their ornamental flowers and emerald green foliage makes them every gardener’s favorite.

All You Need to Know About Deadheading Flowers

Deadheading flowers is a crucial technique that helps in getting the most from your plants. Many people do not realize the importance of deadheading spent flowers. It helps in channelizing the energy of plants by preventing the seeds from setting.

A Short Guide To Planting Spring Bulbs In Autumn

Spring bulbs – now there’s a joyful autumn job in the garden! When most plants in your herbaceous borders are beginning to look a bit sad, you can turn your mind to the new life that will sprout in the spring. Planting bulbs in the autumn is one enjoyable way of planning for that explosion of colour we all look forward to in the spring. Spring bulbs are an essential addition to every garden as far as I am concerned. They provide a splash of colour to borders from February through until May.

Outdoor Living – Your Gorgeous Garden

We eat, sleep, work and play in the garden, as we do in the home, so it makes sense to design the garden around these activities. Dividing the garden into ‘rooms’ is a helpful way to go about this.

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