How to Grow Your Own Food With Backyard Gardening
Learn to grow food with simple, easy and fun backyard gardening. Following the article and it’s resources, you can grow all your food at home.How to Irrigate a Garden
A lack of water can cause problems for your plants and crops, so adequate watering is an essential part of their care. Here are a few useful tips that will save you time and help to ensure you have a beautiful and healthy garden.The Importance of Garden Hedges
Garden hedges can mark boundaries, protect a plot from damaging winds, add structure to a garden, afford privacy, deter intruders and provide a haven for wildlife. The investment in a hedge can pay dividends in the years to follow.What to Grow in Spring
Are you still wondering what to grow in spring? You’d better hurry up and take your pick with some helpful information. Get a fine advice and enjoy a great garden this summer.Container Gardening Potpourri
I am a container gardening novice but I am an avid believer in the idea. What better way to get children to love fresh vegetables than letting them pick a container in a favorite color, helping them mix in good soil, and then encouraging a cautious sprinkling of seeds. Water, wait, and eat!How to Design a Winter Garden
If you firstly design a garden to be attractive in winter before thinking about adding summer planting, you will ensure an all-year-round garden outside your windows. Winter need not be a totally bleak season in your garden.How to Plant a Garden for Winter Colour
Winter does not have to be a drab and lifeless season. Discover how to ensure there is colour outside your windows through every month of the year.How Thinning Small Vegetable Plants Is Akin to Abortion – It Makes Us Gardeners Upset
Most folks who start a garden do so with little experience, and we learn as we go. Of course, today with the Internet there is an abundance of advice we can pull up on any search engine. Most of the advice is pretty good it turns out, however every once in a while some of it goes against our own common sense.23 Tips to Save You Money in the Home and Garden
Benjamin Franklin once said “a penny saved is a penny earned” and to help you save more than a few pennies around the home and garden, below are a number of money saving tips – many of which require minimal effort on your part. Around the Home: Switch off and unplug your appliances. Too many of us are guilty of leaving our appliances on standby when they’re not in use, yet this is a waste of energy and money.How Can Microbial Inoculants Benefit Your Garden?
Maintaining a healthy garden can be really challenging especially if you opt to go natural. The good thing about going natural is you get more benefits as compared to using artificial solutions. However, there are also some setbacks as it may take more time and effort.How to Grow Citrus Trees Successfully
Growing citrus trees is challenging but rewarding. They make handsome plants for any conservatory and can be grown in cooler climates if you know how to do it.