Gardening Soil

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Great Gardening Soil is the backbone to healthy garden plants The perfect soil does not exist and most gardeners have to make do with whatever nature or the house builder has left them. The soil itself ultimately governs which plants … Continue reading

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How To Plant In a Raised Garden Bed

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A raised garden bed can add beauty and function to backyard garden Raised garden bed gardening is becoming a trend in home gardening for many reasons. For instance, it can keep your yard looking neat and tidy while still enabling … Continue reading

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Organic Garden Guide to Managing Garden Pests

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Garden pests came destroy even the best kept gardens While caring for my garden plot, I have discovered that one of the frustrating things that might happen to the gardener is to walk outside to check on your crops. It … Continue reading

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Creating Japanese Gardens

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Japanese Theme based gardens are beautiful and peaceful Japanese gardens create landscapes which resembles nature through the careful placement of trees, shrubs, rocks, sand, artificial hills, ponds, and water. Zen and Shinto traditions have greatly influenced Japanese gardening and as … Continue reading

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Gardening With Perennials

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Perennials are those flowers which reliably bloom year after year After growing throughout the spring and summer, perennials die back to the ground each winter only to reemerge again the following spring. With their vibrant colors and interesting textures, they’re … Continue reading

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Composting 1-2-3 by Patti Moreno, the Garden Girl

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Composting!¬† Nutrient Rich soil for great plant growth I get a bit of a rush, just thinking about compost enriched soil–Black Gold to the organic gardener. No matter what I do, I never seem to have too much of it. … Continue reading

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Organic Gardening

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Organic gardening is one simple step to decreasing the toxins in our body Organic gardening is the exact same as regular gardening except that no synthetic fertilizers or pesticides are used. This can make certain aspects difficult, such as controlling … Continue reading

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Buying a Garden Hose: The 5 Gotchas to Avoid

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Your Garden Hose has advanced from the hard plastic type of the old day’s Its just a garden hose, right? What could be so difficult about buying one? Most people do not even think these words before they head off … Continue reading

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Plants and Flowers You Can Grow in the Spring

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Spring flowers and plants are the first sign on a new year of outdoor growth and fun Spring is probably most known for spring break parties. With everything that seems so alive, even people during evenings are up for parties … Continue reading

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