The Psychology Behind Gardening
Who wants to learn everything you need to know about gardening.Hot July Gardening Tips
How to Garden in July. Keep your plants, trees and shrubs alive and looking their best during the hot summer heat.Sensory Garden – Essential Oils in the Garden
The use of essential oils in Aromatherapy is well-known, yet we often forget the powerful impact they have in the garden. This article from the Garden School shows you how to harness the power of essential oils in your own garden.Forget Organic – Go Hydroponic!
People pay a premium for organic produce but did you know that there is an even cleaner way to grow all your own fruit and vegetables at home, without paying a penny to the supermarkets? Market leader, Great Stuff Hydroponics, aims to explain how this is possible.Getting The Most Out Of Your Hydroponics
With so many tips, trick and tactics relating to hydroponics available today, this article aims to clarify a few key points about growing plants in artificial environments.Grass Roots Lawn Care- How Manageable Can It Be?
Cultivating and maintaining a lawn entails a lot of responsibility. The success of a well-maintained lawn requires your daily nurturing activities such as watering, weeding, and seeing to it that the grass sprouts in the proper places.How A Feng Shui Bamboo Plant Can Help Enhance Your Work Place And Home?
The Feng Shui bamboo plant is also recognized as lucky bamboo owing to its good fortune character. According to Feng Shui, the lucky bamboo brings in success and luck to those who maintain it and to the atmosphere in which it is. This makes it perfect for a company or for a dwelling place where cash is reserved as well as for planned places specified by the bagua map.Garden and Garden Tips
Another good garden tip is to make sure you keep dead heading your roses, this encourages the new blooms and extends the flowering season. Now is also a critical time to keep an eye on the roses for pests and signs of rust and take action by regular spraying.African American Homeowners Guide – To Slashing Your Energy Cost Through Creative Landscaping
According to the U.S Department of Energy, energy-efficient home landscaping can reduce your energy bill up to 25 percent. Proper placement of trees, shrubs, vines, grasses, and hedges allows you to control the climate around your home. For example, you can maximize shade during the summer and reduce wind-chill during the winter. Read more creative landscaping tips to save your home energy cost.Extend the Beauty of Your Home With a Container Garden
Have you been out in your yard lately and thought that there was just something missing? Do you really enjoy beautiful landscaping but just don’t know how to go about getting the landscaping you are looking for in such a small space? If that is the case then perhaps you should consider a container garden.Picking A Healthy Plant
When it comes to getting started with your garden, you have two choices; planting seeds, or buying entire plants. Both have their own benefits. If you plant seeds and care for them every day, you will find it is a much more rewarding experience when you have a full, healthy plant. However, this method is a lot more risky. I can’t tell you how many seeds I’ve planted and never seen any trace of whatsoever.Front Yards: Matching Landscaping With Architecture
You have a beautiful home and you want to have a beautiful yard as well. However, you can have both and them not look all that beautiful together. That happens when the front yard landscaping does not match the home’s architecture.Soil, Moss, and Other Bonsai Garden Essentials
Learn the importance of the type of soil and moss you use on your bonsai trees.Creating Relaxation With Outdoor Rooms
During the warm months of the year there is nothing better than to be outside and enjoy the wonderful weather. However, if you don’t have a patio or some other place outside to sit and enjoy your yard then you really just can’t enjoy it too much. That’s where outdoor rooms come into play and if you have never heard of them before then you are about to!Roses For Today’s Rose Gardens
Sometimes a rose is not just a rose and there are many different varieties suitable for your garden. Here are some tips on which ones might suit you best.