If you look outside to your garden space, are you starting to see it reclaimed by the wilderness? Gardens not regularly cared for can eventually end up looking akin to a jungle! In order to ensure that your garden space is an ideal representation of your home or business, it is important to revitalize forgotten spots and breathe new life into your plants. Whether your problem lies in some minor areas or your garden needs a complete overhaul, here are some easy tips to help you grasp the process!
Posted in Gardening on May 25, 2021
Both gardening and woodworking are very gratifying hobbies, but who knew they worked so well hand in hand? Even though the vast majority of conventional tools aren’t as effective as gardening-specific ones, there are more than a few ways you can bring these two worlds together. Not a lot of people would instinctively try to incorporate their wood-carving chops into their typical gardening routine, and today we’ll talk about the best ways to utilize woodworking tools in a gardening setting - so let’s start from the top.
Gardening is a great way to express yourself and connect with the Earth. There’s nothing quite like getting dirt under your nails and laboring with love to grow your own plants and food. If you like making things with your hands, you’ll enjoy these four PVC pipe garden projects. Not only will they help your garden burst with life, but they will also give you another opportunity to create something to be proud of.
Posted in Gardening on Apr 14, 2021
Organic food is becoming more and more popular at an accelerating rate. Despite the higher prices associated with organic food, consumers are starting to change the way they look at organic food. For many health focused people, organic foods have changed from an alternative to a necessity replacing foods that are GMO or grown with chemicals. Organic food is supposed healthier and better for the environment. But is this really true or is it just deceptive marketing? Let's dive into the science behind organic food and see for ourselves.
Just as many businesses are making the switch to sustainable resourcing and methodologies, so too are people making eco-friendly updates for their homes. Whether it’s using more environmentally friendly products or incorporating organic foods into their diets, it’s important to live an eco-friendly lifestyle. However, one area that is often overlooked in the race to sustainability is the garden.
Indeed, every corner of the house has its importance. Either it is your lounge area, study room, or bedroom, all these are the places where people relax and spend quality time with their loved ones. And people can also share so many unforgettable moments with their family. However, having a time-out from a busy routine also calls for a mini celebration. But for this purpose, every corner of the home must be well organized and appropriately decorated. Especially in the summers, having a small garden party is always the best idea so far. On the other hand, if you are willing to throw a BBQ party with some groovy dance and music, then you have the place for this in your garden.
Home remodeling and redecorating are all the rage these days, and last year, 70 percent of Americans decided to tackle home and garden improvement projects, and more are planned for the months ahead. While some upgrades such as a house repaint, laying down a stone pathway, or a patio refresh can be done by even the most inexperienced of DIYers, there are some tasks that are best left to the professionals, as these projects need skill, expertise, and the right tools and equipment in order to be successful. To save money on costly do-overs and repairs, these are the gardening and landscaping projects that you should leave to the pros.
Posted in Gardening on Jan 28, 2021
Being trapped inside for quarantine and lockdown periods has sparked a new love for nature and the great outdoors in many people. Those who live in urban settings are especially drawn to the art of indoor gardening. Unfortunately, space is often an issue when living in an apartment or condo. However, with a little creativity and forethought, you can create a mint tin garden that suits any small space. Here's how.
Beauty on many occasions can be dangerous, and what more beautiful for a gardener than a beautiful plant in our garden. And coincidentally behind the beauty of many plants there are poisonous substances that can even cause death. The most dangerous thing about this is that you may already have one of the 5 poisonous plants that we will list in this post and you do not know its danger. That is why I invite you to stay until the end of the article, so that you can check inside your garden if you grow any of these plants. If so, I ask you not to go crazy and pluck the plant from the ground, just take proper care so that you or anyone who passes by does not get intoxicated. Let's go to the list !!
If you’re a certified green-thumb, then you know how much you love your plants and everything about them. You know precisely how to take care of them every day - what time they should get water, how often they should get sunlight or even where you should best place them at home. As such, you know just how stressful and confusing things could get when you know you have to make a house move and bring all your plants with you. After all, it’s a totally different thing when you have to pack your beloved plants instead of just packing everything else you own. And with that in mind, the packing process itself seems arduous and too stressful that you might just lose interest in the house move entirely.