Gardening

Spring Garden Ideas

Posted in Gardening on Mar 17, 2017

Spring Garden Ideas

So, spring time is fast approaching and you know what that means, right? It’s gardening time! Maybe you plan to plant a ton of fruits, veggies, herbs, or flowers? Or perhaps you want to just work on your landscaping? Either way, it’s always ideal to find the best discounts on garden supplies, tools, and accessories.

Every gardener considers their garden to be their own personal accomplishment. Personalizing their garden is part of making it their own, which is why laser engraving is such an important part of having a garden. There are different types of gardens, which results in different types of décor, implements, and storage being involved. Almost anything you use to create your garden, decorate your garden, or store your garden implements and tools in can be personalized using laser engraving technology.

Let her eat dirt

Posted in Gardening on Mar 08, 2017

Let her eat dirt

When I was a very young child I would sit in the garden and eat dirt with a spoon from my Mom’s kitchen. My mother freaked and called my grandmother who told my Mom not to worry, I was just missing some minerals in my diet.

An Easy Edible

Posted in Gardening on Feb 15, 2017

An Easy Edible

Society garlic (Tulbaghia violacea) is a perennial herb or landscape plant that is grown for its fragrant flowers, edible leaves, and edible roots. It is native to Southern Africa and is naturalized in various parts of East Africa and Central America. A part of the onion family, society garlic gets its name from the belief that, while the plant smells like garlic, it supposedly does not cause halitosis the way true garlic does.

Do you want to make the most of your small garden – these tips are here just to help and will allow you a flourishing area with ease.

Top Gardening Bloggers To Follow

Posted in Gardening on Feb 06, 2017

Top Gardening Bloggers To Follow

It goes without saying that gardening blogs can be a wealth of information for any intrepid gardener. Whether you are just getting started or you have a bit of experience, the internet has a host of tried and true tips, reviews and advice that you can use to help you with your garden.

Modern gardeners are constantly looking for ways to spruce up their garden design. These ten beautiful additions will add an extra layer of natural appeal to your garden, putting your design one step above the rest.

Impressing friends and neighbors and generally having an attractive and appealing yard is the goal of most of us. It may surprise you to discover that much of the work needed to create a great looking outdoor space can be carried out yourself, even if you don't see yourself as being a particularly skilled gardener. However, you will need to have some time on your hands and be prepared to work hard to achieve that great looking yard.

Gardening whether Indoors or Outdoors has grown increasingly popular over the past couple years. The growing demand to Eat Healthy and eliminate harmful Pesticides from our diets has driven the Agricultural Revolution to new heights. Helping with this new trend is the Tower Garden Aeroponic Growing System. The technology was developed by NASA, it allows you to grow a minimum of 20 plant in 3 cubic feet. The plants are fed nutrients through a cascading flow of water that eliminates the need for soil. With the addition of Grow Lights you can grow an Indoor Herb Garden or Fresh Strawberries throughout the year.

Top 5 Gardening Health Benefits

Posted in Gardening on Jan 09, 2017

Top 5 Gardening Health Benefits

Spending time in a garden can be a rich and rewarding experience that is beneficial for your body and calming for your brain. Young kids, teenagers, active grown-ups, individuals with illnesses or handicaps, and elderly folks can all gain health benefits from gardening. It’s maybe one of the most well-known pastimes and it gives individuals the chance to get outside - since most of us tend to live in a world that is centered around inside. Below are 5 gardening health benefits that you stand to gain once you embrace gardening.