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Top 10 Cactus And Succulents

I think you adore the most special plants just like I do, especially when they are also beautiful. Personally, I am in love with succulents and cactus. Thus, I have gathered in this article a top of 10 cactus and succuletns that are so beautiful. I also have these plants in my house and they look amazing, check them out …

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Top 10 Plant for Birds & Butterfly

The spring is all about flowers so you need to do a little research before starting to plant the flowers in your garden. This time, if you want to have some more special flowers in your garden, in this article you will find some flowers that attract birds and butterflies. So, if you want to have some visits from these …

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5 Diy Backyard Fire Pit Ideas You Can Build

In the chilly summer days, all you want to have or do is a campfire, but if you don’t have the space for it, sometimes you just give up. However, if you were to make yourself a special place for campfires or a place for grills, in this article you can find some projects like these, so you have options …

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5 Diy Backyard Chicken Coops

This year you want to have something more special in your garden, namely, some chickens. However, you also need some appropriate space for them where to sleep and eat. So, in this article, you will find some ideas and projects you can make by yourself at home very easily. Read the entire article and you will see what you have …

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10 Recycled Tires Decoration Ideas for Your Garden

Let’s have some fun. It is time to make some toys, big ones, as accesories for our garden. These are vey funny and cheerful especially because they are made of tires. You might have throwed away some old tired simply because you found no use for them but this time you could see how they could serve other purposes. Thus, …

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5 Genius Ideas That Make Gardening Easier

We always need great ideas for our garden. This is why I dared to bring you some genius ideas that makes gardening easier and I hope these will help you in organizing efficiently and practical your entire garden. Also, in this article, you will find some tips on how to keep animals away from your precious garden.

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12 Shabby Chic & Bohemian Garden Ideas

The spring is coming so we have to have our gardens on point. Thus, I have found some projects for you from which you should take some inspiration. All this will be presented in this article. However, I want to let you know that this article is about one specific style, namely boho chic style, there aren’t other styles involved. …

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8 Ideas to Adopt the Bohemian Spirit on Your Terrace

Your patio needs a beautification or the change of a radical; well in this article, I concocted some ideas of how to decorate your terrace or the space in the garden for relaxation. We focus this time only on boho style … So if you want to take a look … keep reading!

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11 Lawn Landscaping Design Ideas

Gardening, during this period of the year, meaning spring, because now we are talking strictly of spring, is a little bit of a challenge. A small change in your garden is going to be perfect, so I gathered some ideas for you to edit your path or small roads that go through the garden.

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5 Tips to Design a Small Garden

As spring comes, we all want to have a garden full of flowers and greenery, so I looked for a perfect plan for the perfect garden for a small space. In this article, I put a few tips how to organize everything to finally come together for you to have the perfect place.

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7 Effective Lawn Care Tips

Preparations for the arrival of spring is in full swing and how your garden should look very well cared immediately, I found some tips that I want to share with you for planting and caring for our lawn. For as something very picky needs great attention, in this article you have everything for your lawn.

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11 Garden Tool Racks You Can Easily Make

As warm weather approaches with big steps, prepare yourself with all the utensils and gardening to know that you have them all at your fingertips. Specially made storage space for tools and gardening is what you lack, so I looked for some ideas and I want to share them with you if you’re a person skilled in crafted things, actually …

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8 Ideas to Decorate Trees

Want to do something for your garden to look different, and have few trees or even a tree in the garden that still has nothing decorative, well then you must do something with it to appear more filled and happier. Well we have some ideas for you.

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7 Things Successful Gardeners Never Do

You love everything about gardening and you think you do all things well, well, forget about it. I recently read an article and I learned a few things about gardening, and most importantly I learned what not to do in the garden. Especially when it comes to small plants that you have to take care of. So there are certain …

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10 Adirondack Chair Decor Ideas

Chairs, we all need chairs, so we found several models of chairs to show you too and if you miss a few seats, maybe these ideas could help you to bring them to life in your own garden. So in these articles, you have ten wacky and colorful designs for seats that will bring much joy to your garden.

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10 Creative Recycling DIY Grill, Bbq and Fire Pit Projects

You need a barbecue in your garden, this is all that is missing there, and do not want any classic barbecue like you see at all your friends and neighbors, and want something fun to do its job properly. In this article you will find ten ideas for the grill for you, from the classic, elegant, even in some very …

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10 Shabby Chic Garden Wedding Decoration

Here comes the wedding season, i.e. spring, summer, when the most weddings take place, during the most beautiful seasons, with the most beautiful scenery. So if you are preparing intensively for the wedding, in this article you will find some ideas on how to decorate your wedding, especially for weddings that take place outdoors.

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10 Decor Ideas to Make an Original Terrace

You have a terrace, but its appearance has become gloomy and unattractive to sit there and relax, but if you make a change, and beautify it a little bit, you will see that you will never want to leave all day. We give you ten ideas through which to see how you can decorate your patio if you want a …

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10 Tips to Decorate Your Pool Area

You need inspiration to decorate your pool area, but you do not know how, or you do not find a specific style. Well, we would like to help with some ideas for your decor, or to offer some tips on how to arrange the accessories you’ve bought recently, or simply want to change the decor. In this article, you have …

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7 DIY Outdoor Swings

Swings, particularly for girls and children, are perfect; they are crazy for swings, so if you want to do a joy to the family, you can install a swing in your garden or terrace. The success will be guaranteed. In this article you have seven swings ideas from the most elegant to the most unpopular from where to choose a …

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6 Small Garden Decoration Ideas

How the spring is coming, your garden must look flawless, so we have to get to work as fast as we can, or even gather information to get an idea of how you want your garden to look this year. In this article we’ll show you how to make your garden look beautiful, younger, cheerful and clean. So read this …

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The 5 Most Beautiful Japanese Gardens from Japan

Are you passionate about travel and everything about the gardens and all sorts of designs of gardens worldwide? Well, look what you could visit in Japan to see the most beautiful gardens in this country. You have in this article a top of most beautiful gardens.

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20 Inexpensive Fencing Ideas for Your Garden

Want to make a change in your garden and to appear you have invested some money, but only you know that the investment is minimal. In this article, I have for you twenty of ideas on how to decorate your garden looks very cheap but very elegant with a very small budget, so read this article and see for yourself.

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The perfect garden?

Stuart Grindle says his pasture must have always 0.2 inches (5 mm high). In order to do this, he cuts it twice a day, three times a week. To achieve this paradise, the 70 years old man has worked for 30 years on this garden. Although it is possible to walk on the grass, it is forbidden to make any …

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Step by step: Create a tower of flowers for your garden

If you want to give a different and creative touch to your garden, this is a step by step tutorial about how to make this simple motif. What you’ll need: – circle wires 4 feet tall with openings of 2 “x 4″ – gardening fabric – cable – scissors – a pot – 13” diameter – working gloves Step 1: …

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Create your dream garden using native plants

Have you ever dreamed of having a fantastic garden which your visitors marvel, is the envy of neighbors and let everyone perplexed when seeing it? Not a dream! You can make it happen with native plants. Such plants are species that grow naturally in a region, ecosystem or habitat. They don’t need fertilizers, pesticides or many cares, they grow in …

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How to create a beautiful spring landscape in 10 easy steps

Now that spring is back garden tasks increase and depending on your geographical location, type of soil in your garden and native flowers you can start making arrangements landscaping, so we give you 10 tips that you should take into account to fix your garden and enjoy the spring. 1. Know your climate: Before you get too excited, question the …

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What furniture to use for garden and terraces

The materials from which garden and terrace furniture are manufactured varies. If you want to achieve continuity between the interior of your home, decorate the terrace with the same style. If you want to save space purchase folding or stackable furniture. Wood Wood furniture brings rusticity and warmth. Teak is one of the most suitable for outdoor use. Disadvantage: the …

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Considerations on garden design. Ideas and implementation of gardens

Look at the environment: landscape, how are the views, the surrounding neighbors, etc. Scan climate and microclimates of plot: light and shadow, highlight differences, prevailing winds, large trees and shade, orientation (north, south, east and west). Know the characteristics of the soil: clay, poor in organic matter, calcareous, etc. Measure the ground to make a plan or sketch if you …

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How to proper use rockery in the garden

A rockery is neither more nor less than a composition of plants and rocks. They are suitable for most gardens. The ideal is to use a slope or grade, but can also be done in a mound created for the rockery providing land.Read full article here

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Feng Shui, plants and garden

Feng Shui is an ancient oriental method based on the confluence of positive and negative forces. There are many people who decorate their homes and offices following the guidelines of Feng Shui with the intention to attract positive energy in and out negative. The beauty of the gardens is considered very important for the flow of beneficial chi. The plants …

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10 ideas to combine vegetables and ornamental plants

The latest trend in gardening is a garden with ornamental plants. You will have a beautiful garden full of color, smell and taste. – At one time it was common to mix flowers, vegetables and herbs. – It is known that plants protect each other. – Some herbs have medicinal uses. – Serve vegetable containers and planters, located on the …

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How to reduce your garden’s water consumption

Check your water flow. If it is tight, design a garden of low water consumption. Reduce the turf, which is who consumes more water in a garden. Choose drought resistant plants; there are many who live almost without irrigation, for example, indigenous and originating in desert areas. Protect the garden from the wind; it dries the soil. Also create sun …

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Homemade bug spray for houseplants

Red pepper spray Red pepper powder spices up your meals and also keeps unwanted pests off your houseplants. Make a spray by mixing 2 tablespoons of red pepper powder, 6 drops of gentle dish soap and 1 gallon of water. Herbal spray Heavily scented herbs — such as basil, lavender, mint, rosemary and sage — can help get rid of …

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Beautiful blooming houseplants

Jasmine The beautiful pink or white blooms are the some of the most fragrant you’ll find on any houseplant. Anthurium Its cute factor: The flowers and foliage are both heart-shaped. Kaffir Lily It’s extra easy to grow and the flowers brighten up January days when there’s not a lot else in bloom. Calamondin Orange You can harvest the fruits after …

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How to start an apartment garden – tips & tricks

There are probably as many types of apartment gardens as there are apartments. Some people grow herbs on the kitchen windowsill of their apartments while others enjoy growing orchids, African violets, or exotic houseplants. More ambitious gardeners petition their landlords and create rooftop gardens full of plants and quiet spaces high above the city skyline.Read full article here

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Easy flowers to grow in small spaces

Peace lily The peace lily is one of the best flowers to grow in an apartment because it survives surprisingly well with low levels of light, giving it the nickname “Closet Plant”. The peace lily does require heavy watering, but the good thing is that you’ll know the plant is thirsty when the leaves begin to droop. African violet A …

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5 easy-to-grow indoor flowering plants

Streptocarpus (also known as Cape Primrose). Pictured above, find these in pink, purple, red and more colors. They like medium to bright light and don’t like being over-watered. Saintpaulias (also known as African Violet) Lots of colors to choose from. They prefer indirect light and moist soil. Tradescantia pallida (Also known as Purple Heart Plant). This plant loves lots of …

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How to make faux flower bulbs and a tulip planter for spring

Good morning and hello Spring! Love this budget friendly tulip project. Will be trying this out in a few days. Well done. Great ideas and great tutorials! Very creative! I love how they came out. So pretty! I am so loving this! I always feel like they look so cheesy in the store. A great way to liven them up! …

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How to grow tulips indoors

Place your tulip bulb on top of the rocks with the pointed end facing upwards. Adding the additional rocks will help stabilize the bulb when it starts to grow. Fill the jar with water leaving a ⅓ to ½ inch between the water level and the tulip bulb. It is important that the bulb is not submerged in water to …

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How to grow tulips in problem places

Fill the bottom third of an aquatic basket with equal parts of compost and grit. Place bulbs on the surface, at a depth of roughly 10cm, spacing them 3-4cm apart. Cover with compost to the top of the basket. Prepare a hole in your border the same width as the aquatic basket, and 4-5cm deeper than the height of the …

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Creative flower beds designed for your special garden

Weave your own elevated flower bed This is a great idea! I’m going to try a small one.Thanks for the tutorial! Very attractive, and simple. Also I love the usage of what might become trash. Full article in this link. Hanging flower tins This is the coolest idea! This looks so awesomely easy! Thanks for the inspiration, however. I’m willing …

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DIY flower beds for a smiley looking garden

HOW TO MAKE A DIY WHISKEY BARREL FLOWER GARDEN I love how it turned out! So rustic and beautiful. I am definitely going to have to pick some up, I love the way they look! Thanks for the step-by-step directions! Full article here. Repurposed headboard into a flower bed It is so fun to see one of your creative builds! …

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Beautiful and easy flower beds to brighten your outdoors

What you’ll need to build a raised garden bed A salsa garden – what a wonderful idea! I really need to get moving on a veggie garden if it’s gonna happen for me this year. I Love the shape and design – very aesthetically pleasing. I’ll be over for some tomatoes, though I haven’t found any good plants yet. Full …

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How to make rainbow roses

Rainbow Roses are the multi colored roses which are not artificial. You shall not believe your eyes after looking at these gorgeous looking flowers. Do you not think that these Roses are perfect for giving as gifts? Now everybody will wonder how they did it. Most people will think that it is something like genetic engineering or cross- breeding thing. …

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Best natural fertilizer recipes

BANANA PEELS – Simply throw one or two peels in the hole before planting or bury peels under mulch so they can compost naturally. Get bigger and more blooms. I also use banana peels on my vegetables. COFFEE GROUNDS – If using as a soil drench, soak 6 cups of coffee grounds in a 5 gallon bucket of water. Let …

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How to grow a lemon tree from seed

Typically, lemon trees flourish outdoors year-round in hot, sunny regions, but they can also thrive indoors as edible houseplants in cold-season climates. At the organic food store where I work we have a healthy lemon cutting producing massive fruit in a garage setting all year.Read full article here

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Small Space Flower Garden – DIY tutorial

Very creative use of a pallet and clever way to provide a privacy fence! The pansies look so sweet hanging in galvanized sap buckets. Who wouldn’t want to spend the morning in her PJ’s with those sweet-faced pansies?!! That time away must have been the ticket to all your inspiration. Yaaay! And I must say…ferns would be totally perfect…but they …

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BEAUTIFUL BACKYARD POND IDEAS FOR ALL BUDGETS

FORMAL RAISED POND WITH PAVING STONES I think the secret to how great this pond looks is the use of pavers, and having it against the brick wall. SMALL WHISKEY BARREL WATER FEATURE These whiskey barrel ponds with liners can be purchased as kits. If you can wait until the end of the season, you might be able to find …

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Visually striking pond design ideas for your backyard

Just like indoor aquariums, fish ponds are not for the faint of heart. They take a lot of time and effort, love and care. They can be time consuming to keep clean and budget draining. But as with most difficult things in life, the payoff is worth it. Deeper ponds have their advantages. Fish will grow only in relation to …

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Small ponds turning your backyard landscaping into tranquil retreats

Attractive garden accessories and plants are important elements of garden designs with or without a pond. Green plants set the tone for an inviting, pleasant and peaceful outdoor atmosphere, dramatically transforming your front yard or backyard landscaping. Combined with a small pond, rocks and garden decorations, they create a beautiful and tranquil retreat. The gallery of backyard pictures with small …

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How to build your backyard goldfish pond

The biggest decision when planning a pond is the one you want to spend the most time thinking about: where to put it? Obviously, changing your mind and redigging a big hole in your yard isn’t fun for anybody, but there are other things to consider besides aesthetics. So you picked your spot, bought your supplies, and made sure there’s …

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Feng shui garden design tips

Good Feng Shui garden design and backyard landscaping ideas should include elements that help create a sense of security and comfort. Large rocks, stone walls and rock gardens are beautiful and modern garden ideas. Full article here. It is important to create an open area in front of the house doors to allow the Qi energy freely flow inside the …

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Ideas, layouts & planning tips for a backyard vegetable garden

A vegetable garden can be grown in your backyard, front yard or even on a balcony or little-used side yard, as long as there is plenty of sun exposure. There are many design and layout options for a vegetable garden. You may want to opt for raised beds so you can better control the quality of the soil. Or you …

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Small space garden ideas

With outdoor spaces at a premium, homeowners are continually searching for ways to garden in these limited areas. Using containers, window boxes and smaller garden plants are the best ways to create special outdoor rooms. I’m a little surprised that I saw no mention of using atypical containers! I have an entire herb and vegetable garden on my back deck, …

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Beautiful backyard ponds and water garden ideas

Giving life to your backyard can be achieved by doing a lot of things such as planting a lot of trees and plants and arranging it to look as natural as possible. But there’s one thing that will most definitely give life to your backyard both in terms of looks and sound. And that, of course, is a pond or …

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Creative DIY garden planters made from upcycled finds

Colander Planters Hang spring flowers in brightly colored colanders for an unexpected and truly unique way to update your porch. Recycled Tire Planter Though there’s nothing very exciting about old tires, some wooden slats and a few coats of colorful spray paint can miraculously transform them into delightfully cheery backyard planters. Rain Boot Planters Have your kids outgrown their rain …

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Small garden designs – Best ideas

Plan your space carefully Small gardens need to be planned with as much, if not more, care than large ones, so take your time. Think about how you want to use your garden throughout the year; note where the sun falls during the day as this will dictate your seating and plant choices. What features do you want to keep …

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How to test your garden soil’s pH

Healthy plants should be able to get all of the nutrients they need from the soil. But if your soil is too acidic or too alkaline, those nutrients won’t be available, no matter how much fertiliser you add. Acidity has a strong effect on the ability of plants to take up soil nutrients as well as upon the wellbeing of …

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All you need to know about growing salad – DIY tutorials

How to: Grow a year-round salad garden This looks like an excellent outline for an apartment garden. Thanks for the tips! There is so much we can do with a little space like herbs on a windowsill and small container pots. It just takes some simple advice, guidance and a basic understanding. See full article. Growing lettuce in containers Harvest …

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How to grow sweet peppers – useful tips

Description Sweet peppers vary in shape and color and include the slender banana pepper; the short, round cherry pepper; the small bright-red, heart-shaped pimiento; the multi-colored Italian frying pepper; and the blocky green to yellow to orange to red bell pepper. Sweet peppers can be eaten raw, cooked, or pickled. Not all sweet pepper varieties are mild flavored; some can …

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How to grow a vegetable garden

Getting started Before you start a garden, you’ve got to figure out where you’re going to put it. Your choice of location can have a big impact on how successful you are at growing vegetables. Here are some suggestions to help you put together the perfect garden plan: Avoid Weed War Fare. Try not to locate your garden in an …

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Growing parsley

Parsley puts its roots down deep. Be careful to prepare a nice deep bed for it, ten inches or so, and dress it with rich soil. Choose a location that gets at least six hours of sun but holds moisture well. When parsley goes dry, it wilts and seldom recovers, so keep it mulched. Curly leaf parsley vs. Flat leaf …

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How to plant radishes in the garden

One great root vegetable to include in your garden is the radish. Radishes are great in salads and pastas. They don’t take up a lot of space in your garden either because you really don’t need to plant a lot of them. How to plant radish When growing radish from seed, remember that it is a cool season crop. They …

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Easy-to-grow vegetables and herbs

Bush Beans Green beans are a healthy summer favorite, both for their fresh crunch and flavor. They also add a bright shot of green to your dinner plate. In your garden: Plant your bean seeds in well-drained soil where they’ll receive full sun. Sow seeds every few weeks to enjoy a continual harvest through the summer. Carrots Carrots are a …

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Growing cabbage in home gardens

How to grow cabbage Cabbage is a cool-season vegetable that performs best in the spring or fall, when temperatures and moisture are even. The key to growing cabbage, like all cruciferous vegetables, is to provide conditions for steady, continuous growth. A rich organic soil and regular, steady water encourage the uninterrupted growth that makes fall vegetables thrive. Garden Preparation for …

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Growing gorgeous garlic guide

When to plant -Garlic can be grown in all zones. For higher yields and larger cloves, the best time to plant is Autumn. Don’t despair though – garlic can be planted during the year but the size of bulbs may be smaller. Select & prepare your garlic – Select varieties that grow well in your local climate zone. – Chill …

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Best tips to grow chili peppers

You can always buy the seeds (ensuring their quality to some degree) but if you can get your hands on fresh peppers in your region you can obtain seeds from the pod. – Choose a ripe chili pepper. You will know it’s ripe because rather than green it will be orange or red. Or you can choose one that’s still …

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How to make red pepper flakes – DIY tutorial

This just might be the simplest DIY on file. There is just something about the sowing of seeds and watching them grow and transform to a harvest-able state. Sometimes the harvest brings immediate sustenance, and sometimes a little more patience is involved. Follow these steps in order to transform cayenne into hot red pepper flakes: – harvest your cayenne when …

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How to grow green onions

Green onions can be grown from seed or as sets. Green onions are also referred to as bunching onions, and have a milder onion taste than storage onions. They are actually immature onions that are harvested before the bulb matures. The green onion features a dark green stem (also called scallions) and a white bulb with roots. Both parts of …

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Everything you need to know about planting cucumbers

Cucumber types to try American slicing cucumbers are the oblong, dark green cukes you see in supermarkets. Pickling cucumbers bear smaller fruits with bumpy, slightly wrinkled rinds that make them naturally crisp and firm. Asian cucumbers are long and slender, with small seed cavities. Greenhouse cucumbers produce self-fertile female flowers, so you can grow many varieties of this slightly shade-tolerant …

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How to clean your garden for spring

One of the most rewarding jobs to do right now is to get rid of the weeds before they start growing with renewed vigour. Hand weed or hoe out new and emerging weeds. Target persistent weeds such as oxalis and onion weed with spot herbicide treatments, particularly while plants are in flower. Feed After the next fall of rain, scatter …

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5 vegetable garden ideas – tips and tricks

How to build a greenhouse I love this idea and I think it would be great to add over my raised beds for the winter. Thanks the author for such detailed instructions. Full tutorial here. Vegetable garden Good job! Very nice and impressive garden! I’m excited to start my garden this year! Nice tutorial by the way! See more directions …

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10 tomato growing tips

1. Don’t crowd seedlings If you are starting tomatoes from seed, be sure to give the seedlings plenty of room to branch out. Crowded conditions inhibit their growth, so transplant them into their own individual 4 in. pot, shortly after they get their first true leaves. 2. Provide lots of light Tomato seedlings need strong, direct light. Days are short …

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Learn how to plant and grow carrots – DIY tutorial

There are several types of carrots, either by length or shape. Some are long, intermediate, short, rounded, cylindrical, flattened end and tapered. The three main types of carrots are great to eat raw and cooked, elongated and thin they are for packing and last longer and sweets are for fresh consumption. Carrots are perfect to put in salads and complement …

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Creative DIY solutions for raised garden beds

Find your preferred garden idea and try to create it on your yard. Here are few beautiful examples we found on the internet. Raised garden beds organize your planting areas, making them easier to manage and more convenient to maintain. Sidestepping potential issues with soil quality, reducing pest problems and virtually eliminating the need to weed, raised beds are an …

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DIY techniques for creating productive vegetable gardens

5 DIY techniques for creating productive vegetable gardening beds LOVE this idea. I think this will be my next project! Really creative! Thanks the author for sharing these ideas! Full article is here. Small vegetable garden plans and ideas Here are great instructions about how to create a small garden, just what I was looking for. Great tutorial for all …

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Useful DIY tutorials which teach you how to grow a tomato garden

DIY TOMATO CAGE | STURDY AND INEXPENSIVE Great idea! I’m trying tomatoes for the first time this year. The wood cages are so much prettier than the wire ones too. This could be just what I need. Full article here. Making an upside down tomato planter Fabulous idea! I knew there had to be a cheaper way to do it! …

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How to grow potatoes in 8 easy steps

The process of planting potatoes will be very simple if you follow the advices we suggest. Planting potatoes will provide excellent results, as each plant produces a large number of tubers and is very easy to grow. The potato is a plant that comes from South America where it is grown for centuries for its fruits, called tubers (thickened roots), …

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Useful tips to use in the garden

One of my favorite hobbies is to take care of the garden. Here are some tips to use in the garden. Home fertilizers for garden Epsom salts (English salt) – Epsom salts, magnesium sulfate, are good natural fertilizers for your plants. As fertilizer for grass, apply 1/2 pound per thousand square feet. For shrubs, sprinkle 2 tablespoons at the base …

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7 genius small space garden ideas and solutions

SUCCULENT DRESSER Seriously though, that’s really impressive – especially for that price! love it. A great idea for recycling old furniture and a very creative use. My imagination is running wild for other furniture. Full tutorial here. Kitchen fairy garden That is the perfect kitchen fairy garden. I love this fairy garden using fun vintage kitchen items. So cute! Great …

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10 imperative advices if you want to create a small garden

In many places, land is scarce or expensive. Many homes and apartments have only a small porch, a balcony or a patio. Others have a small garden next to the neighbor’s fence or a structure background on the smallest part of a larger garden, like a side alley. With just a container, simple and well located, you can add personality …

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7 Flower Care Tips

In order to arrange your flowers by yourself, you will need to take all necessary care to preserve your flowers with the highest level possible of freshness and beauty. Probably the flowers provider would give you the some instructions, so give individual attention to the type of flower you choose. Basically steps: clean them, give them water, feed them and …

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10 Flower Arranging Tips

Arranging home flowers is one of the best things you can do to in order to create a more cheerful and comfortable atmosphere in your home. There are so many combinations you can create and lots of floral species.  Just imagine your house as a garden of Eden where you can invent a vegetable paradise that will make your home …

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Colorful Flowers That Grow in Shade

The Lily of the Valley (Convallaria majalis) is an aromatic plant used in religious ceremonies, global celebrations, perfumes and gardens. Also known as the May lily, it means “return to happiness” and more often symbolizes chastity, purity, happiness, luck and humility. Its meaning and symbolism are represented in Christian tradition and folklore, May Day, in weddings and birthdays, and various …

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3 Garden Ideas For Valentine`s Day

VALENTINE’S DAY GARDEN HEART ATTACK

[tps_header][/tps_header] Because Valentine’s Day is approaching, today we present three innovative ways in which you can decorate the garden. Take a garden plant of small dimensions that have no flowers, but just leaves. Take a transparent glass bowl. Put the plant in the pot. Decorate the interior with hearts, as you see in the picture below. Find it interesting?

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