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Winterizing Your Garden

In the area where I live, it is common-place for the temperature to reach twenty degrees below zero and for the winds to blow up to forty miles per hour! If you live in a cold climate like I do, you need to do certain things to assure the survival of your plants and ornaments.

Easy Garden Decorating Ideas

This article is about decorating you garden with spinners, flags, figurines and others that easy to put in and easy to move around. Garden decorations should be fun and and easy so that you can enjoy them and not have to worry about them.

Natural Sprays And Insecticides – Effective Ways To Treat Plant Diseases And Pests (Part 1)

People tend to choose some chemicals to control pests or treat diseases, but you should remember that these pesticides usually expose to danger not only the pests, but also other living things, including your plants. Therefore, you should use some less harmful insecticides and sprayers. You can make the solution on your own. The article deals with effective ways to treat plant diseases and pests.

Natural Sprays And Insecticides – Effective Ways To Treat Plant Diseases And Pests (Part 2)

People tend to choose some chemicals to control pests or treat diseases, but you should remember that these pesticides usually expose to danger not only the pests, but also other living things, including your plants. Therefore, you should use some less harmful insecticides and sprayers. You can make the solution on your own. The article deals with effective ways to treat plant diseases and pests.

Planning A Kitchen Garden

The initial planning is the most important part of growing a range of vegetables for the kitchen. It is essential to plan for a continuous supply and to avoid gluts and shortages. Careful planning will help you to achieve a continuity of supply of vegetables for the kitchen table. Timing is critical, and the best way to get this right is to work out when you want particular crops to reach maturity and then to work backwards to decide on the best possible sowing dates. There are three main systems for growing vegetables, in rows in a designated plot, in permanent vegetable beds, and randomly mixed throughout the garden.

Garden Lighting Options For Your Backyard

If you’re intending to make use of your yard after it becomes dark, then you may need to have a bit of outdoors lighting. A garden light that is very popular right now is photo voltaic lights and lamps.

How Orchid Types Are Distinguished

There are thousands upon thousands of species of orchids and thousands more hybrids; but did you know that they are just categorized, in fact in only two orchid types? Keep reading and get more information on the types of orchids there are in the world and how they are classified.

Designing A Rock Garden – What You Should Know

The design should suit the situation. On sloping ground you can build a natural looking outcrop or a series of terraces or a combination of the two for a very large rockery. On a level site a more acute outcrop, with strata lines at a 45 degree angle, can work well, or choose a series of flattish stones to create a pavement effect with horizontal strata lines. Careful planning is essential. Mark out the site using string and improve drainage if necessary, if you have heavy soil this may mean digging a hole 12 inches deep, half filling it with rubble and covering it with a layer of sharp sand before topping with good quality, free draining topsoil mixture.

The Secrets to Successfully Growing Grapes at Home

To grow grapes at home you need to use the same techniques that they use growing grapes in vineyards. The only difference is a matter of space. There are several things the home grower needs to think about to guarantee they grow healthy grapevines.

Organic in the Garden – Low Allergy Annuals

Annuals are mainly grown for their flowers as garden colour or cut flowers. Pollen from flowers is a major allergen so if you suffer from an allergy like hay fever it is wise to consider looking for low or no allergen flowering plants for your garden.

Organic in the Garden – Annual Colour for Bare Spots

All gardens have areas that are often bare after planting out. On some occasions these bare spots are deliberate, on other occasions just a case of poor growth.

Bog Gardens

Bog gardens associate particularly well with the water features, helping to create a great natural setting, but they are also worth considering as features in the own right because they allow you to grow a huge range of plants in your garden. Bog gardens are known as areas of permanently very wet soil that are really suitable for growing marginal and also wetland plants. They look particularly effective alongside water features, where the lush foliage and colorful flowers help to integrate pools into the rest of the garden. A bog garden can be either planted in a permanently water logged areas in your garden or created in a dry spot using a pond liner.

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