How to Grow Your Own Chives
If you have a hard time growing plants in your garden, you may have heard how easy it can be to grow an herb garden. One of the easiest herbs to grow and care for is chives. Chives are the smallest species within the onion family. Here are some tips on how to grow your own chives.Transplanting Plants for Beginners
Transplanting plants can be a daunting procedure for any beginner; however, if you follow these ten steps, you will see that it isn’t that difficult to do. 1 Before you even go to the nursery to buy your plants, survey the area where you want to do your transplanting and answer the following questions: Which part of your garden is shady? Which part is sunny?The Use of the Garden Tool Cultivator 3-Prong Long Handle
The garden tool cultivator 3-prong long handle is great for the use in any garden area. It works for the removal of weeds and also to break grounds.Tips For Keeping Flowers Fresh
Fresh cut flowers add beauty and a sense of welcoming warmth to our homes, whether those flowers are daisies and dandelions picked by your child, flowers you cut from your own garden or those someone you love sent you from the florist. However, as thrilled as everyone is to receive flowers, it makes us a little sad to see them wilt away and die so quickly.LED Grow Lights
Has the day of the LED light finally come? This is a question that lots of eco-minded hydroponic gardeners have been asking themselves for years now, and for good reason. There is research on the web describing different light spectrums and achievable watts per square foot ratios that sound impressive, yet for the novice gardener very little practical advice on the subject exists.Creating a Beautiful Perennial Border
These are the steps I take in preparing and creating a genuine herbaceous border that is purely dedicated to herbaceous plants and does not include the planting of shrubs, but can include using bulbs or annuals to help with all year round colour. Before starting work it is important to plan the overall size of the border; one tip – if anything, go for as much width as possible, because one must try to imagine what the border will look look in three years; and trust me, there will never be enough space! The more depth to a border…The Use of the 3 Point Hitch Garden Tractor Cultivator
A 3 point hitch garden tractor cultivator needs a fifteen to twenty horsepower to operate properly. Less means that the motor would not be able to turn the motor.Growing Organic Raspberries
Growing organic raspberries have a dual usage; berries for eating and leaves for tea. Raspberry leaves can be dried and used for herbal and medicinal teas. Learn how in this article.Gardening Made Easy With the Use of the High Wheel Cultivators
The high wheel cultivators are both lawn and garden implements that has a very simple design. You are able to complete more than one job with it.Gas Is Going Up – Plant a Garden and Eat at Home
It’s amazing how fast gasoline can go up in just one week. I won’t whine about speculators or oil companies. Instead, let me offer some alternative “revenge”.Cleaning A Greenhouse
In order to grow healthy plants in your greenhouse you will need to carry out some routing maintenance to keep it in good condition. By looking after your greenhouse you will also prolong its life and ensure it remains looking attractive in your garden or allotment. You should maintain a weekly cleaning routing and carry out an annual deep clean to help control pests and diseases.Aquaponics 4 You Review – Can You Really Build Your Own Aquaponics System?
Aquaponics is becoming increasingly popular, so it’s hardly surprising when eBooks such as Aquaponics 4 You sell like there’s no tomorrow. In fact, many enthusiasts are happy to buy this particular book simply because it’s been written by John Fay, a highly respected aquaponics expert and certified organic farmer. With that said, perhaps you’d like to hear about it from someone who has already studied the book, before you go ahead and order your own copy to add to your ever growing digital library?