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Creative Landscaping with Railroad Ties - author: Jack Stone - Did you know that people are still using railroad ties for all sorts of decorative and functional purposes throughout their landscapes? You didn't? Well, where have you been? Railroad ties are used by landscape contractors as a main design component of landscaping both homes and businesses. The use of railroad ties make work easier for grounds maintenance. click here for full text.
Seeding Flowers Indoors: An Inexpensive Way to a Beautiful Summer Garden - author: Debbie Rodgers - Every year you plan that THIS will be the year you have pots and pots of lush plants on your balcony or deck. Then you visit your local nursery in the spring and reality hits -– the cost for your fantasy is just outrageous! Sound familiar? click here for full text.
Keep your cool in the heat - author: Debbie Rodgers - Are you spending time sitting outside in the warm sunshine this summer? Or are the afternoon rays beating down on your patio or deck making it unusable for much of each day? Here are some pointers to make your outdoor living space more comfortable. click here for full text.
Bring Butterflies to Your Garden; Easy Tips for Making it Happen - author: Colleen Langenfeld - What could be better than kicking back after a hard day's work and enjoy watching butterflies flit peacefully around your very own garden? Here are some tips for making your fantasy come true! click here for full text.
A Simple Seed - author: Arleen Kaptur - There are many activities that offer benefits to young and old alike. There is, however, one very special fun-thing to do whose benefits definitely outweigh the work that is involved. The old adage "Hard work preceives the pleasure" is not accurate when it comes to gardening. click here for full text.
Funky Garden Plants 2 - author: Valerie Garner - What's a perennial garden plant that blooms in the winter? A hellebore! It is an outdoor plant that is shocking to see blooming sometimes in the snow. There are many varieties. They are perennial which means they come back year after year.These are best planted in shady areas, but where they will get sun in the winter, for instance under leafed trees or something of that nature. click here for full text.
Plant a Perennial Herb Garden - author: Stephania Munson-Bishop - Few home-grown crops are as easy to grow, or as satisfying, as the hardy plants you group in an herb garden. Gram's garden is at the side of the house, which makes for convenience in clipping herbs regularly to flavor everything from omelets to fish to salads to casseroles and soup. click here for full text.
Your 'Mini' Salad Garden - author: Stephania Munson-Bishop - Some of us nix the idea of planting anything, for lack of space. But you don't need an area the size of a football field. For salad fixings, you can plant almost anywhere you can find a few square feet, even along a stone wall or on either side of a walkway. Think 'edible landscaping'! Plants can be decorative as well as hearty ingredients for an easy-to-gather salad. click here for full text.
Getting Rid of Unwanted Garden Insects - author: Cathi Stevenson - Perhaps one of the most devastating plights a gardener can face is pest infestation. Months, even years of hard work can be destroyed in only a few days if your garden becomes a target for destructive insects. While many people (almost 50 per cent) will opt to use chemicals to combat the problem, it’s usually not necessary. click here for full text.
How to start an herbal garden? - author: ajay pats - When planning an herbal garden it is important to decide what herbs you want to grow. Then decide where you're going to plant them. Will it be indoors or outdoors? Is there enough sunlight? Is the soil loose with good drainage or very firm and rocky? And so on; these are just a few things you will want to consider in the planning stage. Once you have decided what herbs you want, it's a good idea to seperate them into groups. Seperate the perennials from the annuals click here for full text.
Gardening with Bamboo - author: Kirk - A misconception about bamboo is that they spread like wildfire. This is not entirely true as only a some species of bamboo will be invasive. Spreading, however, can easily be controlled if it becomes a problem. Many people also think that bamboos will die when the temperature falls below freezing. This myth is also false. click here for full text.
Want a garden but not enough room or soil? Then Hydroponics Gardening could be for you - author: Jan Money - Hydroponics gardening is a great idea for anyone who wants a garden but doesn’t have enough land or soil. Hydroponics gardening is, essentially, a way to cultivate plants using a nutrient solution instead of soil. With hydroponics gardening, it’s easy to grow lovely flowers and succulent vegetables virtually anywhere you want! click here for full text.
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