Container Gardening – Tips on How To Choose Healthy Plants
Container gardening is a method of growing portable plants that might otherwise be impossible to cultivate because of unsuitable soil or climatic conditions. Container gardening caters to your imagination because it asks that you combine plants of all colors, shapes, and textures together to enhance an existing garden. There are virtually an unlimited number of pots and plants that you can use to create your canvas, which means that every taste and style can be catered to.Hammock Stands and Hammocks – For Relaxation in Your Own Backyard
The idyllic picture of someone lazing away in a garden hammock is enough to make even the most driven of us stop and ponder for a few seconds. Consider the luxury of a hammock for your garden.Why Are My Orchid Leaves Turning Yellow?
This month I want to talk about yellowing orchid leaves. There are many reasons why leaves turn yellow. This is a…Gardening Tips- How To Make Your Own Compost
A soil can never get enough compost because soil can always be improved with additional organic matter. Compost is organic matter that has broken down sufficiently such that its mineral and nutrient components can be readily absorbed by plants. You can either buy compost or create compost yourself.Tinctures Made From Fresh Herbs
Mary Hanna has written an article on how to prepare tinctures from herbs. It covers the implements necessary and the step by step technique in order to make successful tinctures.All Hammocks Are Not Created Equal
Melting away the days stress is simple if you have the right hammock. But all hammocks are not the same, learn how to choose the best style for your backyard so you can relax in comfort.Garden Design: Elegance and Style
The garden has been a tradition dating back to the very dawn of time. From the Hanging Gardens of Babylon to the classic gardens of the great English estates, the garden has been a symbol of elegance and beauty. Today, modern materials have opened up new vistas in the creation of gardens. Concrete brick pavers and vinyl fencing are two examples of materials that were not available to the ancients, but can be used to recreate the beauty of the gardens that they enjoyed.Hydroponic Supplies You Need for a Productive Garden
The very basic hydroponic gardening supplies that you need when starting out can readily be found in and around your home! Those who are new to hydroponic gardening often overbuy on supplies that they possibly may not need when first starting out. Here’s some useful tips when buying hydroponic gardening supplies.Are Greenhouse Kits Practical?
Greenhouse kits are a wonderful thing for gardeners and for those who want to start a greenhouse business but are they practical? There may be those who think that greenhouse kits are a little too expensive but there are several situations where practicality outweighs the expense.The Ins And Outs Of Greenhouse Heating
When you are thinking about getting a greenhouse or if you already own one, one of the most important things you need to learn about is greenhouse heating. How do you decide what greenhouse heating will required for your greenhouse? Here is some information that should help you get started.How To Perform Simple Chainsaw Maintenance
Don’t let you chainsaw die! Use these chainsaw maintenance tips to prolong the life of your machine.Three Essential Tips In Caring For Bamboo
Growing bamboo! Then you’ll need this important guide on caring for bamboo. Get the latest tips and tricks on making sure your plant survives!Celebrate Spring With A Glorious Garden Party
Here’s what to do on a beautiful spring weekend-Tips For Planting Azaleas Perfectly
Find out how to properly plant azaleas as well as how to maintain them for beautiful vibrant plants.Honey Bees – Protect Our Threatened Friends
Honey Bees are one of nature’s best friends, one of our best friends. They pollinate our fields, pollinate our fruit, vegetables and flowers. Honey bees are in danger. Through the high use of chemicals we have weakened one of our best friends. We need to pay attention to this major threat to the dedicated pollinators of what we eat and enjoy.