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  • Send Pink Roses To Your Special One  By : Susan Banks Sr
    Women love roses. Ask every lady and chances are they will admit feeling thrilled and excited for receiving a bouquet of roses. It does not matter if they receive red roses or pink roses, there's no denying how much appreciation they will feel for receiving such present.
  • How to design a Basic Herb Garden  By : Peter de Vizard
    A basic herb garden is easy to create and it can be made in a small amount of space. If you live in an apartment or you have a small back yard you can still have a basic herb garden for daily use.
  • Gardening  By : Henley
    Gardening has been in vogue since the day of Adam. When, for disobedience, he was driven out of heaven, God said that he would have to labor hard to earn his livelihood. So when Eve span at home, Adam delved or dug in the field.
  • Are You Considering A Commercial Lawn Care Company?  By : Andrew Caxton
    Selecting the right commercial lawn care company is important. Consider the options you have.
  • Keeping Up with Your Pool – Part One  By : Mark Agualera
    Maintaining a pool can be hard work. If you only have a children’s wading pool, the instructions will be simply to “fill with water from a hose and enjoy.” However, with larger pools, especially built in pools, there is always a concern about PH, types of filters, algae color and extermination, chlorine levels, water hardness, and more. Obviously, it's a good idea to know what you're doing if you own a pool.
  • Container Herb Gardens: Fresh Taste of Herbs in the city  By : Peter P Vizard
    Container herb gardens are an effective way of having fresh herbs available. There are many people who enjoy fresh herbs in but don't have the available space in their living conditions. This can be due the need to live in an apartment like setting or due to renting space. Container herb gardens can provide as easy solution that comes from having fresh herbs for adding to home cooking.
  • Great Tips on How To Set Up a Vegetable Garden  By : Harry Nack
    This article talks about building a healthy vegetable garden in your backyard
  • Growing Your Own Herbs  By : Robert Thomson
    It might require a little bit of work at first to set it up for optimal drainage, and pick what herbs you want to grow. But after the initial hassle, it's just a matter of harvesting and drying all your favorite herbs.
  • The Ancient Symbolism of an Orange Blossom  By : Dexter Bedd
    Gabriel Garcia Marquez utilized the symbolism of the orange blossom in his novel, Chronicle of a Death Foretold, to magnify Angela Vicario's lie and indecency.
  • The Beauty of the Bonsai  By : Louise Greene
    This article delves into the exotic and historic world of bonsai trees and their cultivation. The fascinating origin of this botanical art form has caught on world wide and its appeal is talked about in this forum.
  • Garden lighting: Conserving natural resources  By : AnYc
    If you are looking at harnessing the power of natural resources, then making a good investment in solar garden lighting can be a wise option. Solar lighting is based on the concept of solar energy that is generated from the powerful rays of the sun. It is an extremely eco-friendly method of saving natural resources from being depleted.
  • Bonsai Care - Watering  By : Paul March
    Don't you water a bonsai like any other plant? The answer is absolutely not. Bonsai are very particular and specific and how to treat them will depends on lots of factors including enviornment and climate.
  • Indoor Fruit Trees: Try The Calamondin Orange  By : Jim Hofman
    Are you looking for a good citrus tree to grow indoors? If so, you have several choices. While many container gardeners are familiar with the Meyer and Ponderosa lemon varieties, another option to consider is the calamondin orange tree. The calamondin is an easy care option that consistently offers an ample crop of fruit.
  • Review of Snow Blowers  By : Robert Thomson
    This review of snow blowers gives you a clear overview of the main types of snow blowers and how to choose the best one for your needs!
  • What Patio Furniture Should I Buy?  By : Brad Smith 75
    Remember that it will be left outside in all weather, so it must be able to stand up to extreme changes of temperatures.
    You may think that all Garden Furniture is built to last, but un-fortunately that is NOT the case.!
  • How To Retain The Greenery In Your Garden  By : Andrew Caxton
    This article tells you how to get green grass in your lawns throughout the year.
  • Get Low-cost Supplies At Direct Gardening  By : Jack Blacksmith..
    Direct Gardening is a one stop shop for all gardening needs. It has a good selection of plants that are sure to please any gardener. Using all the plants and supplies found here a person can create the perfect garden. It is also easy to shop here because the company has a great website that is very helpful. It is easy to use and provides a wealth of information that a person can review before ever starting to shop.
  • Simple Tips For Starting Your Vegetable Garden  By : Dave Truman
    Many of us buy our vegetables from supermarkets. With a little planning and some forethought it is possible to grow your very own vegetables. There are many vegetables that you can use, and there are some vegetable gardening tips that can help you to make the most out of your garden.
  • Garden Sheds  By : Spencer Wilkins
    Rather than employing the services of a builder to construct sheds in their gardens, today people prefer to do the work themselves. This is because there are plenty of easy to assemble shed kits that they can use and will cost them a fraction of the price of employing someone else to do the work for them. Such kits can either be purchased from a local DIY Store or Garden Center or by getting one at the many websites offering such items online.
  • Lawn Tractors: How To Select The Best  By : Andrew Caxton
    What you need to know about lawn tractors including how to buy them is listed here. Find out about small tractors.
  • Home Gardening: Planting Seeds And Fighting Plant Enemies  By : Amanda Maseko
    Any reliable seed house can be depended upon for good seeds; but even so, there is a great risk in seeds. A seed may to all appearances be all right and yet not have within it vitality enough, or power, to produce a hardy plant.
  • Growing Plants - Professional Equipment Not Required!  By : Thomas Fryd
    After you become successful at maintaining houseplants in your home, you will likely feel the need to take your gardening a step further. The next step is to create plants yourself. Instead of acting as solely a caretaker, you are becoming the creator.
  • Indoor Fruit Trees: 5 Tips For A Healthy Vibrant Tree  By : Jim Hofman
    If you own an indoor fruit tree, you've come to know what a wonderful addition they are to your home. Fragrant blossoms, sweet delicious fruit, and easy maintenance makes indoor fruit trees perfect for any living space and any level of gardening skill.
  • The Japanese Maple Bonsai Tree is Great For Beginners  By : Robert Thomson
    The Japanese Maple Bonsai is great if you want to start with bonsai.
  • The Elegant Japanese Maple Bonsai  By : Robert Thomson
    The Japanese Maple Bonsai is one of the most beautiful bonsais there is. This article will tell you more about it.
  • The Japanese Art of Growing the Indoor Bonsai Tree  By : Robert Thomson
    This article will show you how to bring nature into your life with an indoor bonsai tree.
  • Indoor Bonsai Tree Care  By : Robert Thomson
    How to make the right choices when caring for your indoor bonsai tree.
  • Caring For The Indoor Bonsai Tree  By : Robert Thomson
    This article will describe how to care for your indoor bonsai tree.
  • Bonzai Tree Seeds  By : Robert Thomson
    How to choose the right seeds for your bonzai and how to keep it.
  • About The Bonzai Tree  By : Robert Thomson
    This article will describe what a bonzai is, and how to keep it.
  • Information About The Indoor Bonsai Plant  By : Robert Thomson
    How to decide for and keep an indoor bonsai plant.
  • Secrets to Growing Tomatoes in Containers  By : Robert Thomson
    Growing tomatoes in containers offers a fun and flexible alternative for home gardeners. Through my years of experience doing container gardening, I've discovered some tricks for increasing my success.
  • Forums For Gardening Ticket To Ride  By : Leroy Calstard..
    While you may be wondering about certain issues for your garden, he should not go unnoticed that there are numerous gardening resources available to the interested gardener. And if you are looking to access many of these resources, one of the easiest things for you to do is just see what's going on online. There are a number of chat rooms and other discussion forums for you to be able to enter into and to speak about your gardening concerns and share your gardening experiences and get answers to the questions which you have always wondered about and meet people of a like minded ilk.
  • Be a Plant Doctor - You do not Need a Degree  By : Kent Higgins..
    Most plant problems can quickly get a diagnosis, being an expert is not required. There a few simple questions you need to ask the plant patient to make the choice of the problem being a plant care issue or bug disease problem.
  • What You Need To Know When Buying Vegetable Seeds  By : Dave Truman
    Spring is on its way and many people are looking forward to planning and planting their vegetable garden. There are so many options, it can be hard to know what to choose and from whom to purchase your seeds. Because there are so many online vegetable seed companies to pick from, the choices can be overwhelming. This article will help to point you in the right direction.
  • The Art Of Fine Gardening  By : Dave Truman
    Yes, in fact it is. Fine gardening can mean different things to different people but to me it's more than just a bunch of plants growing in a garden. It includes everything about gardening, combining it all into a garden that meets all your expectations.
  • Year-round Gardening Is Easy With Hydroponics  By : Murielle Freegard
    Modern farmers face brutal challenges. One season serves fierce drought, the next brings torrential rain. There are diseased crops and insect infestations to worry about. Year-round hydroponics gardening has brought profit and peace of mind back to today's hardworking farmers.
  • Grow a Green Thumb - We Will Show You How  By : Thomas Fryd
    It is simple to grow houseplants. Anyone can be successful at growing indoor plants. These statements are true for the most part, but you have to have an interest in growing and a true desire to be learn in order to be successful. Also, your home must have adequate conditions that allow your to grow indoors. If you live in a basement with no light, you will not be able to grow many plants, for example.
  • Garden Compost Explanation And Tips  By : Garnett Foards
    Want the best gardening advice? Go straight to the source. Mother Nature, after all, is the world's best gardener, and some of the world's most beautiful gardens are found in the most remote places. To create a garden that's naturally lush and vibrant, without using harsh chemicals, use garden compost. It's nature's perfect fertilizer.
  • The Advantages of Energy Efficient Pond Heaters  By : Kirk Rogers
    If you run a pond in your garden, chances are you'll have considered a pond heater at some stage. To stop your pond from freezing over and to protect your fish, a pond heater is frequently a must-buy item for the garden enthusiast.
  • Energy Efficient Pond Heaters: For Your Fish, The Environment And Your Wallet  By : Kirk Rogers
    Energy efficiency is something of a buzz word at the moment, particularly with the growing concern in scientific and academic circles around global warming and the irreversible changes occurring to the world in which we live.
  • Garden Window Making Caring For Houseplants A Breeze  By : Kent Higgins..
    With the white snow and grey skies of winter, a nature lover can become depressed. Placing houseplants in a window garden are a great remedy to these winter blues.
  • Tips On How To Use Natural Insecticides  By : SteveK
    If you have pests such as caterpillars there are natural insecticides like hot sauce mixed with water and garlic that will make them feel most unwelcome. Having butterflies in your garden does not have to mean their offspring will be settling in. It is best to repell these creatures instead of killing them.
  • You Can Grow These Fruits Indoors  By : Jim Hofman
    Most experienced gardeners are aware of certain trees that have been designed to grow successfully indoors. In particular, indoor fruit trees have gained in popularity and prominence. These dwarf citrus varieties are appealing to any level of gardener and instill a sense of pride and accomplishment when the tree produces a bountiful crop of fruit.
  • How To Grow Vegetables In A Limited Space  By : Dave Truman
    For anyone accustomed to the notion that a vegetable garden must be a fairly large affair - its rows stretching fifteen or twenty feet at a minimum, the concept of crops pushing up from a small container or appearing to burst the bonds of a tiny patch of ground only a few feet square - it is almost unsettling.
  • Water Butts a Wet Solution  By : Enderwiggan121
    Water butts offer a great solution to storing rain water, but they also have the ability to reduce localized flooding and reduce your water bill. With so many models available now, it's possible to install one in almost any situation.
  • Three Idea's For Purchasing a Wall Fountain  By : Harry Nack
    In this article you will find some tips about choosing a wall garden fountain.
  • The Love of a Garden Fountain  By : Harry Nack
    The backyard in itself is a pleasant place. But no garden is ever so perfect without a water fountain. They add beauty and serenity to you're garden The sound of the water will give you much relaxation.
  • Two Good Reasons to Plant a Hydroponic Garden  By : Brian Sandifer
    You are probably asking yourself why you should even bother to plant a garden. Back in the early part of the last century, one of the only ways to guarantee a supply of fresh vegetables was to grow them yourself.
  • Container Gardens Anyone Can Do  By : Guy Morris..
    Container gardening can be low cost. You do not need fancy containers. Almost anything can work as a container. If it has enough space and drainage holes or you can add drainage holes then it will work. The plants are not too picky as long as they get food, water and sun. You can actually get very creative and add an eclectic look to your garden by using a variety of interesting containers.
  • Dig Gardening -- Without The Dirt  By : Wyatt Pottoe
    How does your garden grow? With fresh air, sunshine and rich, black soil? Not if you're one of the countless gardeners who are now enjoying the benefits of hydroponics gardening.
  • Buying A Pond Heater: Vital Considerations  By : Kirk Rogers
    Buying a pond heater might not necessarily be the most glamorous of topics, yet it is crucial to make sure you buy the right pond heater for your koi pond in order to ensure a healthy and safe environment for the fish and other life forms that live in your pond.
  • Mother Nature Loves an Oakland Garden  By : C. F. Benninghoff
    It does not pay to get Mother Nature mad at you! It does pay to make her happy. This article discusses how to bring Mother Nature into your home through the use of the gardening style known as an Oakland Garden. Using this style of gardening brings in the birds, butterflies and a lot of happiness
  • Why Have a Home Greenhouse?  By : Sandra Dinkins-Wilson..
    You may think of a home greenhouse as mostly a glass structure used to extend your growing season. However they have a history going back centuries. In those days, a greenhouse was called a conservatory. It was used by collectors to house and grow not only exotic plants but birds and small animals as well. One could well imagine smaller monkeys being brought back to be kept in conservatories from explorations of Africa. All the new countries being discovered and explored were the sources of the exotic plants and animals that might be found in these old conservatories.
  • Greenhouse Building Plans - Design and Material  By : Moses Wright
    This article reveals why you need to plan carefully before you buy or build a greenhouse of your own. Tips and guide on things to consider when building your dream greenhouse, planning considerations, material, designs, sizes and prices.
  • Adding A Water Garden To A Landscape  By : Steven Cancel
    Learn how a water garden can be added to your landscape.
  • Native Flora & Art an Oakland Garden Makes  By : C. F. Benninghoff
    Distilled to its essence, the Oakland garden is an effort to use plants native to the location in which the garden sits, employing natural-looking features or constructs so as to enhance the overall effect of being in nature, and tastefully employing Garden Art in an effort to create the appearance of nature, as opposed to a husbanded setting such as the Japanese employ. A direct result of an Oakland garden is the almost immediate return to one’s garden of native birds, butterflies, bees and other life forms.
  • Garden Perennials Provide a Riot of Color  By : Colin Clifford
    Garden perennials are popular with many gardeners, though there is a danger that the new gardener will over-plant them as they wait for those already planted to mature. The secret with perennials is patience, and if you want something to add color to your garden while you wait, then plant some annuals for the first year until the perennials really show their true colors
  • Expand Your Space with a Patio Canopy  By : Trevor Goald
    Buying a home is a big investment. It's not just in the initial cash outlay and the years of mortgage payments. Most homeowners spend years, and countless dollars, on home improvements.
  • How to Grow Herbs in Your Garden - Basil, Dill and Lavender  By : Moses Wright
    This article reveal an overview about herb gardening and provide insights that it does not matter if you are a beginner or an accomplished gardener, creating an herb garden is one of the easiest ways to enhance your love of nature. Having an herb garden is not only a beautiful and aromatic addition to any home garden.
  • How To Garden In The Spring  By : Steven Cancel
    Beginners guide for spring gardening.
  • Garden Containers, Flower Pots and Planters  By : Colin Clifford
    There are many reasons for growing plants in garden containers, flower pots and planters. An obvious one is if you are growing exotic plants that can be placed outdoors in summer in a location that suits each plant, and then taken indoors or into a more shaded spot in the fall and winter.
  • Why Do Container Gardening?  By : Kelly T.
    You can dote on a fussy specimen with container planting. Practically speaking, you can move plants indoors in cold weather. But there is a lot to know to keep your thumb green with this type of gardening!
  • Fall Bulbs for Spring Blooms  By : Colin Clifford
    Fall bulbs are, naturally, planted in the fall and flower in the spring. Many believe that they should be planted in the early spring, believing that the winter frosts can harm them. In fact nothing could be farther from the truth.
  • Grow Your Own Vegetables  By : Phillip Blunzon
    Home gardeners know the many benefits of growing their own fresh produce. It's not only fun and easy, but the pride you'll feel when serving and eating your own vegetables is definitely worth the effort. You'll know whether herbicides or pesticides have been used. Best of all, it costs just a fraction of what you'd pay to shop for produce at a local market.
  • Home Orchid Growing Made Easy  By : Vick Sutton
    Extravagant beauty of an orchid flower makes one think that it must be impossible to grow orchids indoors. Well, that's not exactly true anymore thanks to the scientists and enthusiasts who decided to bust this myth. There have been more than 30,000 orchid species and hundreds of thousands of orchid hybrids recorded so far (and counting). It has been proven by hobbyists that indoors orchid growing is possible, and that anyone can do it if they are truly committed. There are all the necessary guides, tools and supplies available in today's market to support your efforts.
  • Growing Aloe Vera Plants  By : Jo Johansson
    The Aloe Vera plant makes a fascinating houseplant. As well as being very easy to care for, it yields some surprising health benefits.
  • Grow Your Own Garden Fruit Trees For Real fruit  By : Colin Clifford
    When visiting a supermarket have you never wished you had a few garden fruit trees? Have you ever noticed how purchased fruit these days is bit inconsistent in quality? Sometimes it will be fine, but mostly is tasteless, too hard or too soft. The pears are rock hard, you can push your fingers through the plums, and the peaches start growing mould before they are soft enough to eat.
  • Growing Tropical Plants In Non-Tropical Reqions  By : nipahutgardens
    Tropical Paradise. We often see commercials of Tropical Vacations and dream of better days sitting under the sun with a drink in our hands. What is it about the tropics we so enduring? What lures us to these places? In colder climates during the winter months plants have acclimated to the climate. They can take freezing temperatures and months of snow and ice. However tropical plants are not capable of surviving these climates. But we still long for that Tropical fruit we buy in the store
  • Is Patio Garden Furniture Increasing Appeal Of Your Outdoors?  By : Lavinia Montescue
    Patio garden furniture which is carefully chosen and placed is able to transform an ordinary patio area into one that is not only extremely inviting but one that is superbly comfortable. A favourite space where one can relax and unwind after a busy day, or a place where breakfasts and morning coffee can be enjoyed. The patio area which has been tastefully decorated with patio garden furniture has over the past few years, become a favourite sanctuary for many people.
  • Garden Hygiene  By : Colin Clifford
    The maxim "prevention is better than cure" applies particularly to gardens Increasingly gardeners are turning away from the chemical control of problems recognising that to rely on chemicals,EG. pesticides and fungicides can create more problems that they cure.Helpful predators may be eradicated along with the pests leading to an even worse problem.
  • Outdoor Rattan Furniture: A Guide To Choosing The Best  By : Jason Harris
    The outdoor rattan furniture market is simply exploding. Not only are there new designs, but new colors and patterns as well -- and every day there is another company springing up that sells this wonderful stuff.
  • A 3-Step Approach To Choosing Patio Furniture  By : John Radcliffe
    Are you simply perplexed when it comes to choosing new porch and patio furniture? Well, we want to simplify all of that - and in this article we are going to describe an innovative, 3-step approach that will make the whole job much easier for you.
  • Choosing Garden Furniture  By : Alan Smith
    No matter what style, size or shape of garden you have, there’s always room for one or two garden benches, chairs or tables. Garden benches not only provide seating, but they can completely transform a completely mundane spot into a beautiful taking point.
  • Tomorrows Patio Furniture  By : Alan Smith
    Over recent years the wholesale garden furniture market evolved from traditional solid teak and oak designs to soft woods and plastics. With salary packets on the increase and discerning buyers on the look out for something a bit different from the Jones at 42 new ranges of traditional Rugged, Rustic, Celtic and Teak Root Furniture are making a strong impression on the retail marketplace. The buzz word of today’s furniture market is fair trade where by the highly skilled craftsmen constructing the furniture of tomorrow are paid fairly for their labours.
  • Pruning Roses  By : Colin Clifford
    Roses seem to grow and produce flowers for only a few years before becoming exhausted and starting to develop flowers down the lower part of the stem.Pruning is therefore needed to prvent the plant becoming a tangled mass of dying and living wood with inferior blooms.
  • Pond Heaters  By : Kirk Rogers
    Heating your koi pond has always been a major expense . Electric koi pond heaters also incurred an ongoing very high monthly utility expense until now no one has tried to improve improve on electric pond heater technology.
  • Lawn Care - What's The Best Length  By : Carol Stack
    The grass grows faster when it is short and slows down as it gets longer. So since the length increases at a higher rate at first and then decreases as the blade grows to be a couple of inches or more, remember this: The longer the blade, the slower the growth.
  • Heating Your Koi Pond  By : Kirk Rogers
    Heating your koi pond is a major expense ,so having some knowledge of all the aspects involved is very important.There are many ways to heat your koi pond and many reasons why you should.We address these subjects as well as make you aware of the different heaters designs available for koi ponds.
  • What Every Gardener Needs  By : Leilani Rolphe
    Gardening is a favorite pastime of people around the world. Who doesn't love an opportunity to get dirty, and to touch the cool moist earth? The stillness and tranquility of nature provide many gardeners with a sense of peace. As you tend your garden, you will marvel in its growth and beauty. You will feel great pride as you watch your garden produce delicious and colorful results. Your hard work will be appreciated by all you share your garden with.
  • The Beauty of Garden Gazebos  By : Matt OConnor
    A garden gazebo can be a quite wonderful addition to any home and its garden. If you want to add a touch of elegance and serenity to your garden then a gazebo is the way to go. This article will discuss what gazebos actually are and why they are a great way to spruce up your home and surroundings.
  • Tips For Planting Azaleas Perfectly  By : Lee Dobbins
    Find out how to properly plant azaleas as well as how to maintain them for beautiful vibrant plants.
  • Tips on Growing Orchids  By : Jake Kennedy
    Growing Orchids Doesn't Have to be a Nightmare. Find Out the Secrets Methods to Growing Perfect Orchids...
  • These Three Caring For Bamboo Tips Will Help Your Plant Survive!  By : Dean Caporella
    Caring for bamboo is not a tough experience once the plant has become established.
  • Why Simple Chainsaw Maintence Will Save You Money And Keep You From Serious Injury!  By : Dean Caporella
    Keeping your chainsaw in top working condition requires a little maintenance on your part.
  • The Beauty of Flowers  By : Jim Brown
    Flowers are beautiful, and almost everyone likes at least some type of flower. There are indoor flowers, outdoor flowers, and flowers that can thrive just about anywhere. Flowers can really enhance a room, home or office.
  • Why Isn't Organic Gardening the Only Way to Garden?  By : Jim Brown
    What is the meaning of organic gardening, anyway?Basically, organic gardeners don't use anything that has any potentially harmful chemicals, preservatives, colorings, etc. Organic gardening is the safest choice for you and the environment.
  • Must Have Equipment For Gardening  By : Douglas Taylor
    To get the most out of your gardening time you will need some equipment for gardening to help make your hobby enjoyable and safe. Although your needs will probably be simple if you have the normal size city garden, the right equipment for gardening will make all the difference in the world.
  • The Importance Of A Pond Pump  By : Allen Jesson
    Having a garden pond especially if you have designed and created it yourself, add so much to a garden, watching the plant and fish grown and seeing what you have created develop slowly over time gives a remarkable sense of satisfaction. To stop your pond turning stagnant or even worse into a man made bog it is worth spending some time considering which pond pump will suit your ponds needs best.
  • Indoor Gardening Tips  By : Peter Finch
    For enthusiastic gardeners, their plants are like their family. They like spending time talking to them, trim them appropriately, and ensure proper care and treatment.
  • Can Gardeners Be Called Professionals?  By : Peter Finch
    With concrete jungles making their presence felt, people are now looking out for homes that have a small garden attached to it just so they have that little bit of greenery to soothe tired eyes.
  • Gardening Tips - How to Build and Maintain A Garden  By : Peter Finch
    A garden adds beauty to the surroundings with its colorful treasure of trees, plants, flowers, butterflies, fruits and more. Learn more.
  • Herb Gardening Tips  By : Peter Finch
    Herbs can be annual, biennial or perennial. Herbs with lifespan of one year are known as annuals, while those with a lifespan of two years are known as biennials.
  • Garden Hose - How To Buy The Right One  By : Peter Finch
    A garden hose becomes an essential item for countryside houses, resorts, hotels and similar places with acres of land and larger gardens or lawn areas. Learn more.
  • Eight Steps to a Bountiful Vegetable Garden  By : Jude Wright
    You've decided that you want a vegetable garden to lower your grocery bills. But, where do you start?
  • Getting Ready for Spring Gardening  By : Amy Nutt
    Spring revives our spirits and we in turn need to revive our gardens in spring
  • How To Plant And Care For Bamboo Plants  By : Dean Caporella
    The critical period for bamboo is following the initial planting.
  • How To Get The Best Results Out Of Your Bulb Planting Efforts  By : Lee Dobbins
    Bulbs are easy to grow and if you plant and care for them correctly they will give you years of color. Here are some tips on bulb planting.
  • The Hospitable Garden  By : Kadence Buchanan
    The golden rule for a private garden's design to be successful is to concentrate on the human element. Designing a garden that is not based on peoples' ability to walk through it to admire its beauty is useless; especially when the garden exists near a house, office or is considered part of a public space.
  • That Turn-Heading Porch Is Yours  By : Kadence Buchanan
    Turing your porch from ho-hum to head-turning does not have to mean that you need to do a major and expensive renovation. In fact, creating the porch of your dreams can be an easy and fun experience which can reflect your personal taste and also give that forgotten area of your house a lift that it so much needed.

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