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The Home Garden by Charles French
The garden should be near the house and away from trees. If it's some distance away from the house, it will not be as well looked after, nor will most use be made of vegetables grown. Vegetables nea [Read Article]

You Can Have a Mosquito Free Yard by Sarah Yee
In addition to the fact that mosquitoes are both annoying and cause some level of discomfort when you’re unfortunate enough to be the entree on their daily menu, they also carry disease which can af [Read Article]

Orange Perennials For Your Garden by Lee Dobbins
Perennials are wonderful because, they bloom year after year. Sometimes, I forget that I even have them planted and then they spring up to my surprise and delight! I like to add some zip to my garde [Read Article]

Planning a Water Garden... by Gordon Goh
A water garden is the area of your landscape that will provide you with relaxing sounds of the water, while adding to the overall details of your landscape. The water garden is a project that you mu [Read Article]

5 Secrets To Growing Beautiful Roses by Abigail Baker
A rose is a rose is rose - and there are few things in the garden more beautiful. There are 5 secrets I want to share that will help you to grow healthy roses. 1. Sunshine: Plan to put your rose [Read Article]

Facts about the marigold flower by Linda Paquette
It’s a well known fact that the marigold flower is one of the favorites in the home garden, but as well as an attractive and useful bedding plant, the marigold has enjoyed continued use for culinary [Read Article]

Choosing the Right Garden Furniture
Chinese oak is a very dense, and fine-grained hardwood, with a heart that is a lighter shade of brown, lending those sections a pinkish tone that is reminiscent of Western Red Cedar. Tannic acid is a [Read Article]

Tranquility In Your Own Back Yard
A garden fountain can add beauty and serenity to you yard or garden. It’s long been known that running water can aid in relaxation. The addition of a water fountain can not only add a stunning center [Read Article]

Patio Awnings
In these days of climate change, the UK summer is believe or not, getting warmer and sunnier. Whilst this gives us opportunity to enjoy more time in the garden and sitting on the patio. It also means [Read Article]

Discover How To Revitalize Your Life With Herbs
For thousands of years, herbs have played an important role in man’s life. The ancients used them for improved health and wellbeing, and today, even with the miracles of modern medicine, herbs continu [Read Article]

Aluminium And Wooden Greenhouses
An important addition to any British back garden, greenhouses are firmly established in the British way of life. It's probably the inclement weather that drives the british gardener 'inside'. If you a [Read Article]

Lawn Moles and proper Lawn Care
Are your making mountains out of your molehills? Although lawn moles are underground creatures, the benefits they add to your garden are clearly visible and far outweigh the disadvantages. Of the s [Read Article]

Lawn Disease and Solutions
Every lawn, whether new or established, is susceptible to a variety of lawn diseases. Most lawn disease starts with a fungus. Fungi are an oddity because they don¡¯t set seeds; instead, they propagate [Read Article]

How To Attract Hummingbirds
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Attracting and Caring for Hummingbirds
The oldest historical mention of hummingbirds likely dates back to the Taino Native Americans, who were reportedly the first humans to greet Columbus when he landed in America. The Taino believe that [Read Article]

Water Conservation in the Yard
It is that time of year again. The water companies are sending us notices to reduce watering in our gardens. What are you doing to help conserve this precious commodity? Often we don't appreciat [Read Article]

Decorative Garden Accents
Think of your garden like you would a room in your home. After planning the shape, tilling the soil, choosing the right plants the last step is to add those personal touches. And just like indoors thi [Read Article]

Hummingbirds … Attracting Those Little Flying Powerhouses
It’s early in May a beautiful fairly warm day so I’ve decided to enjoy it and sit on the front porch. While relaxing in a rocking chair with my eyes closed, just enjoying the sun and early warmth [Read Article]

Rock Gardens … A Different Kind of Garden
Planting a Rock Garden is a great alternative to the normal flower and vegetable garden. Where Should This Garden Go: Typically an ideal spot for a rock garden is on a slope or naturally terrac [Read Article]

The Hosta – A Shade Loving Perennial
My first introductions to Hostas were four small green and white clumps edging a small section of my mother- in- laws driveway. I was not terribly impressed, they looked more like scraggly lettuce [Read Article]

Adding a Bird Feeder to your Garden
If you are the type of person who enjoys all aspects of nature, and loves to see it right at your door or outside the window, consider hanging some bird feeders that are suitable to the feathered popu [Read Article]

Origin of Lawn Furniture
Did you ever wonder where “lawn” furniture originated? In the 1800s as people began to enjoy their gardens and patios, furniture was set outside, but had to be brought in during inclement weather. The [Read Article]

The “Minimal” Garden
Some people who lead busy professional and personal lives, don’t feel they have the time to invest in the constant upkeep of floral and other gardens, but would still like to do something about landsc [Read Article]

Garden Arrangements can make a huge difference in your yard
Gardening is a very popular hobby, and one that can be enjoyed by young or old, whole families, someone employed outside the home, and those who are self-employed or stay-at-home parents. Getti [Read Article]

Spring Garden Tips
Gardeners, it's time to put your gardening skills to the test. If temperatures are cooperating, the merry months of May and June will be your busiest until September, with planning, planting, and pati [Read Article]

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