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Planting Tubs

The beauty of tubs and other large containers is that with the minimum of effort they will transform a patio, bringing the bright colors of the garden closer to the home. They can be filled with annuals or bulbs for a seasonal display, or planted with small ornamental trees or shrubs. It is important to choose a good quality compost soil mix if you want reliable results in your container.

Flower Gardening Is Simple, Inexpensive And Lots Of Fun

Flower gardening is becoming increasingly popular each year.  Flowers will lighten up everyone’s garden, they look good, and are a good activity.  Flower gardening is very simple, inexpensive, and lots of fun.

Planting Cracks In Paving

Cracks between paving stones and at the edge of the patio, which often get colonized by weeds, can be used to grow a range of ground hugging, drought tolerant plants that are tough enough to be walked on occasionally. They will also prevent the weeds from returning. To prepare the crack, first remove any weeds. Perennial weeds are best killed with a translocated weed killer that will kill the whole plant, including the roots. Use a screwdriver to dig out the loose material between the paving slabs, reaching down as far as possible.

Planting Up A Patio

Do not restrict yourself to planting in containers to bring life to your patio because there are many attractive plants that are well adapted to growing in cracks, crevices and planting pockets in and around the patio. Planting large planting pockets large enough for a small shrub or climber can be created by lifting one or two adjacent slabs from part of the patio. Choose an area that is not used very often and away from points of access. Prize up the slab with a garden spade or use a cold chisel and club hammer if it is cemented into position.

How to Design a Spring Border

This is a spring display, but it can be livened up at other times in various ways. As the spring flowers fade, there is no need to deadhead, but you can tidy away the dying foliage and make sure the plants are happy. Some, especially the auriculas, will develop seed capsules.

Inspiration – The Secret Ingredient In Gardening Success

Whether you are trying to excel in sports, business, writing, life or love there is one main ingredient that separates the successful from the mediocre. Inspiration!

Orchid Gardening – 4 Basic Things Your Orchid Wants

Growing orchids really is easier than you might expect, provided that you understand the four basic requirements that your orchid has. Water, light, food and air. Once you understand these four simple desires you’ll already be way ahead of most new orchid enthusiasts.

Potted Orchids – Choosing The Right Container For Your Orchid

It’s the finishing touches that can really make the difference and displaying orchids is no exception. If you’ve potting your orchid then here’s a quick run down of the basic differences and benefits of the three main types of orchid pots. Ceramic planters, wooden planters or plain plastic pots.

Maintain Your Brush Cutter – 4 Elements You Don’t Have to Forget

Whatever brush cutter you have, if you want to keep it for a long time, you need to follow simple routine maintenance program. The first thing you have to do for the first use is to adjust the carburettor in order to save fuel and oil. Start the engine and let it warm up to normal operating temperature. On each brush cutter, there is an idle screw you can turn to the left or the right to get the correct setting. Turn it in the way that the engine noise sounds good.

How to Shade Roses and Still Grow Them Successfully?

Having lovely shade trees inside the garden can be a wonderful experience. If you take a walk in the morning and / or evening in your yard you will feel rejuvenated with the fresh fragrances of various flowers in the air.

Watering Container Plants

Keeping plants moist is of critical importance throughout the growing season and watering should be continued, although less frequently, during the winter months. It can be time consuming, but there are many techniques and products that can be employed to make the job easier. A large basket that holds plenty of compost soil mix will retain water better than a smaller basket. Line wire meshes baskets with polythene before planting. Use special hanging basket compost that contains a wetting agent to make watering easier. Incorporate water retaining granules that hold on to water longer and choose drought tolerant plants without water and recover well if they do suffer a shortage.

7 Segments Of Orchid Information That Will Have You Sounding Like An Orchidologist

While these seven segments of orchid information will not turn you into an orchid scholar, they just might be enough to start up a great conversation at the next orchid society meeting. Orchidaceae is the general name of the orchid family. The orchid is a morphologically varied and extensive family of monocots. It is understood to be the second leading group of flowering plants only surpassed by the Asteraceae group.

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