So Much EXCITEMENT on the Homestead in the past 2 weeks!

When it Comes to Organic Vegetable Seeds Or Plants

Grow fresh organic vegetables and herbs in your own back yard. Thought you were too busy to have a garden this year. Growing your own organic vegetables ensures that your vegetables are free from pesticides and chemicals.

Top 7 Rules to Make Your Tuscan Garden Look Divine

There’s nothing like a brilliantly choreographed Tuscan garden with delightful flowers, gushing waterfalls and classy statues dancing to your tunes every evening. It’s a place where you can put your feet up and relax, marvel at tall cypress tress swaying to the dictates of the wind and take time to smell the roses, or should I say, lavender. Simply put, it’s that ethereal part of your abode that puts the spring back in your stride effortlessly.

Eco-Friendly Your Own Herbicide

Want to make your own herbicide? Kill your weeds while saving some green and being green with one of the easiest recipes for your own herbicide.

Looking For Unique Ways to Beautify Your Garden

For those who are growing tired of their same, old, boring gardens, there are now a lot of ways to beautify this portion of your home! Some people, however, think that they would need the help of a landscape artist just to come up with the best-looking gardens.

The New Fescues – Turf Type Fescue Lawn Grass

Fescue lawn grasses are becoming some of the more popular turf and lawn grasses available. With new strains becoming available with a lot of improved characteristics, it may be the perfect grass for your own lawn.

The Difference Between Annual and Perennial Flower Gardening

One of the most wonderful gifts that God has bequeathed this earth is the gift of vibrant and radiant flowers. It is truly hard to imagine a world without these colorful blooms that give life to our surroundings and uplift our spirits. Although there is a great variety of flowering plants, gardeners make things simpler by classifying them as either annuals or perennials.

What Are the Benefits to Growing a Organic Garden?

Organic farmers do not want their families to consume foods that contain chemicals from pesticides. A vegetable grown organically and in the proper circumstance will naturally repel pests and diseases. Growing a Organic garden benefits not only you and your family, but your land, animals and the earth.

Great Ideas on Growing Summer Flowers

Zinnias, sunflowers, cosmos, petunias, bachelor buttons, balsam, alyssum, marigolds, vinca, poertuluca, lobelia are some of the annual flowers which bloom in summer. Sunlight for at least six hours each day is needed for the summer flowers to grow abundantly.

How to Create Garden Rooms

Can you imagine yourself sitting in a comfortable chair on your patio sipping a refreshing drink surrounded by beautiful flowers? The kids are playing just a few feet away, in their own grassy area but separated from you by a few shrubs, tall plantings, or a low rock wall. You are separated enough to have your own relaxing space, but at the same time able to hear and keep an eye on them.

Phormiums, Flaxes, Cookianum Or Tenax?

Slightly confused? Allow me to simplify the matter for you. Phormiums are otherwise known as the New Zealand flax, of which there are two species – Tenax (stiff upright leaves) and Cookianum (soft flowing leaves).

Organic Garden Design Basics – Little Known Secrets That Make Your Garden Thrive

Whether you’ve grown an organic garden before or are just thinking of garden plans for your first garden, the *exact* same basics apply. This article covers: garden plans – how to pick the best spot for your garden, 2 crucial elements that will make or break your organic garden, growing a organic garden – how big you should make your garden, and other insanely important garden tips that 90% of gardeners never think about!

Five Lovely Things That Make Your Garden Really Stand Out

Would you mind to own the greatest garden in your neighborhood? No, it doesn’t need to be big. Neither it requires a lot of money. All you need to do is to be creative and arrange your garden well. Do you need some help?

Save Your Soil With Natural Fertilizers

When preparing soils, it can be difficult to maintain the proper perspective regarding the long-term effects of our actions upon the land. Many gardeners and farmers today focus only on the “cost-effective” short-term benefits of adding chemical fertilizers to the soil while failing to realize that the long-term effects will cost them more than they bargained for. In order to avoid this type of problem, it is essential to a healthy garden that you maintain the soil’s nutrient levels and preserve its structure while simultaneously avoiding soil leaching.

Putting Compost on Your Organic Garden

Organic garden fertilizers are not only great for your plants; they also slow the moisture loss of the soil reducing the need for watering. Chemical fertilizers usually destroy some of the nutrients of the soil, and by reusing of the soil is also reduced. Plant this in your garden and forget about it.

Keeping Your Family Healthy With an Organic Garden

Organic gardeners don’t want to ingest or feed their family foods that contain chemicals from pesticides. A plant grown organically and in the proper balance will naturally repel pests and diseases. Some Organic garden tips is where seeds can be used to grow carrots also.

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