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Advice On Maintaining A Vegetable Garden In Hot Dry Areas

If you have just moved to a a dry hot climate then you may find your vegetable gardening wilting. You need to learn some new vegetable gardening tips and tricks.

Tips For Designing Your Rose Garden

I think the use of landscape roses makes the exterior of any house more graceful, fragrant and inviting. If you select the right varieties to accent and compliment the home’s style and your vision, landscape roses will contribute to the success of your landscape and rose garden design.

Gardening by the Moon

Did you ever get out of bed in the middle of the night because the phase of the moon dictates it’s time to plant your annuals? Neither did I. And it may sound silly to you, but there are people that believe that by planting according to the lunar cycles they will get tastier fruits from their plants and bigger, more vibrant colors from their flowers.

Creating Ambiance With Gardens

During his 40-year career as a garden writer and photographer, Derek Fell has designed numerous garden spaces, many involving his wife Carolyn. The best example of their work can be seen at their home, historic Cedaridge Farm, in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. There, they have designed more than twenty theme areas, including shade gardens, sunny perennial borders, tapestry gardens involving trees and shrubs, a cottage garden, herb garden, cutting garden and an ambitious water garden.

A Simple Guide to Success With Rose Gardening

Contrary to popular belief Rose gardens are not that difficult to care for and maintain. Although many people seem to think that rose gardening is something for only the very experienced gardener.

5 Rose Garden Ideas

If you are like me and have been scared away from growing roses because you believed they were hard to grow, it’s time to put away your incorrect conception. Roses are amazingly easy to grow and care for. They are far from being the picky, pest-infested plants that they are believed out to be.

Bonsai Tips

Here are some useful Bonsai Tips.

Wonderful Winter Bird Feeders

Discover how to attract wonderful wild birds in the winter months to your backyard.

Lawn Care Business – Basic Start-Up Equipment

If you are a diligent enthusiast who treats gardening as a leisure project rather than a chore, you can channel this interest into a profitable lawn care business. The first step in establishing this lawn care business is the procurement of the necessary equipment which could be draining on the pocket.

Garden Tips in the Garden

No problem I thought, just stick it in reverse and out it should come, theoretically. Boy was I wrong! When I tried to reverse the back wheels started to sink and slide into the ditch. OK I thought, still no problem, go on site and get the big 20-ton loading shovel to pull me out. I was thinking this is a good start I think I would rather be back home in the garden.

Wiring Your Bonsai Garden

Learn about the proper ways to wire your bonsai trees.

Lawn Care Advice- Sought By Beginners And Professionals Alike

More often than not, maintaining a lawn is part of many homeowners’ various chores. And, many of them have not sought any lawn care advice. This can be evidenced in gardens which are full of weeds.

It’s Time to Put Out a Birdbath

If you enjoy watching the birds that are attracted to your bird feeders, then you will be very pleased with what you see after adding a birdbath or two to your yard. Why? Because you can actually attract more birds with water than with birdseed.

Daylilies, Beauty For A Day In Every Way

You are looking for a versatile flower that can be used anywhere in your sunny garden areas. You need look no further than to that beauty for a day… the daylily. Variety in size, color and form…the daylily has it all.

Widlife Gardening – Simple Steps You Can Take To Encourage Wild Visitors

In recent years, the popularity of wildlife gardening has grown dramatically. Not only are gardeners increasingly aware of our declining wildlife and keen to play a role in its survival, but they are also discovering the joy of sharing a garden with native species. This article from the Garden School team shows you how simple, low cost changes can help you to attract wildlife to your garden.

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