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Pathways And Beyond: Functional Beauty Of Garden Lights

Functional garden lights have evolved tremendously into a realm of beauty and aesthetic possibilities. Though outdoor lighting has its practical purpose of providing safety and security, many people use it to enhance their home or yard through a form of “visual manipulation” or drawing the eye to that which is as beautiful at night as it is during the day.

Small Garden Design – Blueprint For Planting A Three Season Small Space Garden

Using intensive planting techniques as well as crop rotation small garden design can be successfully achieved. Yields are high when plants are closely spaced. By growing early, mid and late season vegetables in the same space, maximum yield is realized from minimum space.

Rose Gardening Success – Beautiful Peony Rose

The Peony Rose is a well sought after plant for the garden. The flowers are really big and beautiful but it is not the easiest plant to grow in your garden.

Iron Tapered Window Planters – Offering a Wide Range of Applications

Modern innovations have significantly influenced the common lifestyles of man as well as the development of more sophisticated products in the market. Indeed, it paves way for a less complicated and tedious existence. These innovations lead to the tremendous demand of window planters in the market these days. Such case has encouraged a lot of window box manufacturers to come up with unique and attractive window planters that would surely fit in to the varying specifications of potential customers. Perhaps, this would generate business sales.

When To Plant Vegetables – Tips To Help You Decide The Best Time For Planting Your Vegetable Garden

Knowing when to plant vegetables can be tricky in fluctuating spring weather. If you plant too soon, while the ground is still sodden and cold, your seeds will either rot, or just sit there, waiting for their feet to warm up.

Keeping Your Herb Garden Pest Free

Millions of people around the world choose to plant their own herbs and vegetables in order to get the great benefits that are associated with gardening. When you grow your own produce and herbs you not only save money, but you also eat healthier. Herbs and vegetables that are grown in your home have a higher nutritional value than those that can be purchased at the store because they can be harvested at peak ripeness and not been sprayed with pesticides and other dangerous chemicals. Spraying plants with chemical based pesticides can be dangerous, especially if the vegetation is not thoroughly cleaned before it is eaten.

How to Dry Flowers in the Air

If you have a particularly pleasing arrangement of flowers that you don’t want to see wither and die, and have to throw away, then you should consider drying them. This way you can preserve them and make them last forever! You can either hang the flowers or arrange them in a new arrangement, or use them to create some other beautiful project – there are no limits!

Aquaponics or Hydroponics – Which Is Right for You?

Earth friendly farmers around the world are discovering ways to grow food without the use of soil. Once the decision has been made to grow without dirt, the next question is do you raise your crops using aquaponics or hydroponics… which is right for you?

Hardy Geraniums and Why You Should Grow Them

Early spring is the time when I look around my garden to spot the gaps left by plants that have failed to survive the winter. When thinking about how to fill these gaps I am tempted by exotic tropical plants with their lush foliage and showy flowers. However, gardening on a north facing slope in North Wales near the sea means being exposed to salt laden gales and a lack of sunlight. These are not ideal conditions for tropical plants. In addition tropical plants need to be kept frost free over winter and this means either growing them in pots or digging them up at the end of summer and storing them inside during the winter months, with no guarantee of survival. I decided instead to fill the gaps with plants that could cope with my growing conditions, are frost hardy and reliably perennial, virtually pest and predator free and resistant to diseases. If these plants are also easy to maintain, remain evergreen throughout winter, are colorful and have scented foliage these are additional bonuses.

Modern Gardens – The Innovations Within

Modern gardens have a very fresh, calm look around them which soothe us at the end of a busy day.  Their borders are comparable to those used in ordinary gardens; the garden design is based on geometry having many straight lines and angles rather than bends and curves.  The style is accentuated with bold colors.

Rubbermaid Storage Shed – How To Organize Your Gardening Equipment

Springtime is a time when we are all anxious to get outside in the nice weather. It is also a time when we want to get organized and do a thorough cleaning, inside the house and out. This article will talk about those gardening tools and equipment that have been left outside through the winter, perhaps many winters, and now it’s time to get them organized and cared for.

Raised Vegetable Garden Beds and Stink Bugs

Stink bugs, also known as shield bugs, are sap eaters who gained their notoriety because of the foul odor they emit when threatened and handled carelessly. Although harmless to humans, stink bugs are well-known to breed rapidly and feed on only one host, they are widely considered to be pests especially in large numbers. Most Stink bugs are resistant to pesticides which make infestations very hard to control, so prevention is always better than cure. If you are in a bug infestation prone area, the best way to plant vegetables is to plant them in raised vegetable garden beds.

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