GENERAL GARDENING


See the 6 brilliant tips to do raised bed gardening!

Raised bed gardening has grown in popularity over the last decade or so. A raised garden bed is in essence a large planting box used for gardening instead of the traditional method of sowing plants…

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Balcony and Porch Gardens

Just because you live in a small space without a backyard does not mean that you should give up gardening. A balcony, no matter the size, can be turned into a lush, pleasant space of…

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Tips for planting a windbreak

Most farmers planted some sort of wind break around their property. Wind breaks offer protection from the wind and blowing snow. Houses stay warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, cutting energy costs…

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How to start? Gardening tips for Beginners.

Know Your Region It may sound obvious, but not everything grows everywhere, so what you plant is determined by where you live. “Take a look at the characteristics of your garden area—from the climate to…

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Amazing Uses of Cinnamon In Your Garden!

There are so many Cinnamon Uses in the kitchen but did you know it is so useful in the garden that it can transform your garden into a lush and healthy place. Protect Seedlings from Diseases Several…

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How to use milk in your garden

Plants need water to survive, they also like milk. Milk can actually benefit your garden and plants. Keep reading to find out how. 1. Milk can prevent fungus Fight fungus disease (like mold or rot)…

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Stop throwing out banana peels. Use it in your garden.

You know all those banana peels you’ve been throwing away? Well, there are actually some useful ways to reuse those soft shells — and no, we don’t mean for tripping your friends cartoon-style. If you…

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Saving Gladioli in Fall for Spring Replanting

Gadioli are beautiful flowers. They come in many colors; some make bold, bright statements in single shades while others are craftily dabbled with more than one hue. In the south, where winters do not freeze…

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