Behind the Scenes with the Mountain Gardeners Q&A – Monsoon Weeds & Erosion

Funny Gardening Stories

You might not think it, but gardening can be an exciting adventure. No, it’s true. Really, it is. I can tell you the funniest stories about things that have happened to me in my garden.

Pest Control – What You Can Do About The Citrus Leaf Miner In Your Garden

A common pest amongst many species and varieties of citrus trees is the moth called the citrus leaf miner. (Phyllocnistis citrella) Known for years in the citrus-growing regions of south-east Asia, this particular leaf miner has spread over the last 30 years or so to many other parts of the world, including the Americas and the Middle East. This leaf miner is a moth which as its name implies, only affects citrus trees.

Beginner Flower Gardening Tips

Would you like to have a green thumb but are afraid yours may be black? Perhaps you tried to plant a flower garden and where less then thrilled with how it turned out? The following tips will help those that have little experience in flower gardening to grow a garden that they will be delighted with and enjoy showing off.

Weed Control – The Worst Garden Weeds And How To Deal With Them

Getting rid of weeds is a part and parcel of the gardening schedule. There are some weeds though that are so vigorous, that special attention is needed to deal with them.

The Benefits of Using a White Heavy Duty Tarp

In the building and construction business, it is all-too important to have quality equipment and materials. Having things that rip and tear and just won’t hold up to the elements will never do; having quality materials can be the difference between a successful project and serious problems. Tarps are an integral supply for the building and construction businesses.

Bamboo – Propagating It As Vegetable

The fresh bamboo shoots can be canned and preserved it in brine for export. In its nutritional aspect, crude fat, crude fiber content and carbohydrates of bamboo shoot are low and that makes it an ideal vegetable for people wanting to reduce weight.

Potato Farming Patio Style

The potato is one of the most versatile vegetables you can put on your plate. You can mash them, dice them, and slice them. Did you know you can even grow them?

Garden Soil – What You Should Never Do When Importing Soil Into the Garden

Bringing in garden soil from an unknown source could ruin your garden. Remember that cheap is dear!

The Benefits of Organic Gardening Co-Operatives

A new concept is on the horizon. Are organic gardening co-operatives the wave of the future?

Flowers in Design

Flowers always add a ‘healthier’ look to your rooms. their freshness and fragrance makes the environment one is in more pleasant and appealing. This article stresses on the beauty of the flowers.

Flower Garden Design With Concrete Fountains

A concrete fountain is a great addition to any backyard, since it can transform yard into an entirely different outdoor living space. Concrete fountains can be placed into almost any garden setting, giving your garden the theme or perhaps time period you envisioned.

Pest Control – Mole Crickets In Your Lawn And Garden And How To Control Them

To use pesticides against mole crickets is the easy way out. In order to reduce their damage in the long term though, it’s better not to rush in with the poisons.

How to Get Free Fertilizers For Your Garden

As a gardener, you likely spend a lot of money on fertilizers. Well, you can easily make your own fertilizer at home, and help save the environment as well by using only organic materials. Here’s some tips and recipes on creating home-made fertilizers.

How Organic Products Can Help Your Family

You may be shocked at how much of the produce at your local supermarket has been genetically modified with chemicals and pesticides. While there is no strong evidence that chemically modified foods are instantly harmful to your health, there have been no long term studies done either. Here is a quote from The Environmental Protection Agency “Pesticides are designed to kill pests.

Garden Pests

If we could garden without any interference from the pests which attack plants, then indeed gardening would be a simple matter. But all the time we must watch out for these little foes little in size, but tremendous in the havoc they make.

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