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Deer Resistant Gardening – Simple Things You Can Do To Protect Your Plants

As the population skyrockets, gardeners across the country are having more and more trouble with deer. This guide gives a few easy tips for keeping deer out of your yard and away from your plants.

Orchid Growing Tips – Soil Preparation For Orchids

Article reveals that orchids do not grow in soil. Tips and guide on why and how to prepare the soil and care for your orchids.

Heirloom Roses – Three Things Grandma Didn’t Tell You

Heirloom roses are always mentioned as something good for your garden, but what exactly are they? Heirloom, also known as antique or old roses are the rose varieties that existed before 1867, the year the first hybrid tea rose was developed in France. Heirloom roses lost favor with gardeners since they did not repeat blooms like the new roses do.

Get Rid of Rose Fungi

Many diseases that roses get are caused by fungus that attacks your roses. However, I do have some good news for you, no matter what kind of fungi is damaging your roses the treatments are all pretty much the same.

Garbage Gardening – The Sweet Potato Plant

I would like to start a series of educational articles dealing with plants however these articles are what I generally consider to be Garbage Gardening. In the articles which follow you will be able to instruct your children in the fine art of growing plants from cast off waste that would normally end up in the trash. This is what I refer to as garbage gardening. We will begin the series with the Sweet potato plant.

Organic Waste – A Great Source For Composting

Certainly there is a good deal of discussion and concern nowadays about organic products and also about defining the meaning of the term organic waste. Essentially, it is the byproduct of any material that is biological in origin. Common types of such waste includes virtually all paper products, including newspapers and cardboard; food waste; green waste material which encompasses yard and garden waste; animal manure and feces; and various biosolids and sludge components.

Enjoy Starting Your Garden

When spring arrives it is time to think seriously about your garden. Although there are tasks during summer and fall, spring is the time to let your creativity shine to create a garden that will show off all season.

Growing the Concord Grape

The Concord is not just another Grape. Its success is enough to prove that. But your needs might be different. Check out what you need to be successful in growing grapes

The Best And Cheapest Healthy Water For Your Garden – Rainwater

Avid gardeners spend a good part of the winter planning what they will plant in the spring. Even casual gardeners invest plenty of time and money in their plants. Regular watering is one key to a successful garden. So what’s a gardener to do when faced with lack of rainfall combined with water restrictions in the middle of a hot summer?

Having Fun Gardening With Kids

Gardening with your kids can be so much more than just planting seeds. It’s all about sharing life with your children.

Hydroponic Gardening Made Easy

Hydroponic gardening has become popular over the last few years because of its many benefits. Hydroponics gardening does not use any dirt when growing the plants but there are many ways of doing this. The most common of these systems is the ebb and flow system. This system fills up and drains a try that the plants are sitting in every few hours.

How to Take Care of Fresh Cut Flowers

This article will teach you how prolong the life of your cut flowers when displaying them in a vase. The article includes some tips in cutting the flowers, adding preservatives, and water management techniques.

How to Grow Herbs in Your Garden – Basil, Dill and Lavender

This article reveal an overview about herb gardening and provide insights that it does not matter if you are a beginner or an accomplished gardener, creating an herb garden is one of the easiest ways to enhance your love of nature. Having an herb garden is not only a beautiful and aromatic addition to any home garden.

How To Make A Scarecrow For Your Garden

There are many benefits to making your own scarecrow. One benefit is that it is a good way to reuse old items that you have around the house. As well, it is a great way to spend quality time with your family and create memories that you will talk about for years to come. Best of all, it is really easy to make your own scarecrow. Read more to find out how!

Garden Tools – How To Choose And Use A Vital Lawn Care Tool

A clean, neatly trimmed edge plays a big part in growing a lawn to be proud of. Should you choose an electric or gas powered tool for the purpose?

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