Posted in Gardening on Aug 21, 2017
Companion planting is a technique in gardening where different varieties of plants are growing in one small area, in order to benefit one another. Companion planting is good for deterring pests,while protecting and attracting beneficial insects.
Posted in Gardening on Aug 04, 2017
Bonsai is a Japanese form of art where trees are grown in containers. Similar practices were also found in China and now this practice has become a raving fashion worldwide. The cute and petite smaller versions of plants have evolved as one of the striking home décor idea and thus you can buy Bonsai Plants online and enhance the beauty of your home.
Posted in Gardening on Jul 25, 2017
There are so many magnificent types of flowers to create an inviting colorful garden. If you're new to gardening but are not able to give a great deal of time to maintenance, you should look into plants that require very little maintenance and little watering.
If you have a vegetable garden and mostly grow tomatoes, then one of the most important items you will need to boost your tomato garden productivity is a tomato cage. The cage can be made to provide structural support to individual tomato plants and having them can see your tomatoes growing healthy.
Bringing art into your outdoor space is a great way to enhance your home's landscaping. Here are some suggestions on how to incorporate art into your garden design.
When you want to design and plant your garden, it is extremely crucial to know exactly whether your garden soil is alkaline or acid. It is because different plants need different soils to thrive.
Posted in Gardening on Jul 09, 2017
Living in a small house or apartment with no room, or just not enough time for a food garden? Follow these easy suggestions to have fresh ingredients on your plate from a container garden with little input time required.
Posted in Gardening on Jun 29, 2017
Picture a grassy meadow along a back country road; numerous varieties of pastel wildflowers bring soft color to the scene; a few bees are buzzing around; maybe a red-winged blackbird is perched on the fence post fluffing his feathers to attract his mate; a few passive cows stand in the shade of a nearby tree, chewing grass and flicking their tails.
Earthworms actually play a role in creating humus, which is a type of soil that holds nutrients in place for the growth of plants. Not only that, but earthworms help improve soil structure. The worms' burrows create drainage channels and they create aeration.