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Raising Red Wiggler worms as a Hobby?

Why not try a different hobby this time? If you are already into gardening, why not try something that will make it even more fun and productive? Since you already started holding soil while you ... ...More...

Water Saving Ideas Using Xeriscaping For Your Garden

Xeriscaping as a way of gardening that allows the gardener to have a beautiful landscape in hot, dry conditions while at the same time using various water saving ideas. It is an approach that will help minimize your water use by as much as 60 percent. ...More...

Garden Waste Recycling - What to Do With Your Green Waste Surplus?

Every home gardener or commercial gardener knows how hard it sometimes can be to compost all green waste materials that have accumulated over a season or even years. What can we do if we have an excess in garden waste without necessarily dumping it into our landfills and cause environmentally harm?...More...

How To Keep Your Heating Working This Winter

With the winter months well and truly coming in and temperatures dropping, now is the time you might be planning to spend cosy evenings inside the house with your family in the warm. Every home relies...More...

Solar Yard Lights - Add Beauty To Your Yard

Alternative energy sources such as solar lighting are not only environmentally friendly, but inexpensive and convenient if you have any technical problems. Using these lights can benefit a wide range of people, even if they did not previously consider using solar powered outdoor lighting in their ya...More...

Get Your Peony Plants Off to a Great Start

Peonies can live and thrive for decades, with minimal care. Peonies bloom in the late spring, but they do best when planted or transplanted in the fall. For the most part, planting peonies is pretty straight forward. However there are a few special needs peonies have, that are best accommodated at p...More...

How to Design a Low Maintenance Garden

If you want to spend less time in the garden but still have a great looking outside area then this article will help. Some great tips and suggestions for a low maintenance garden....More...

Innovative Recycled Garden Tools

Having your very own home garden does not only translate to sweating under the intense heat of the sun toiling, weeding and growing flowers and plants but would also mean spending your hard earned cash on home garden tools that may not at all come that cheap. But then again, there is a way around th...More...

How to Plant Vegetables in Late July

Most garden vegetables are ready to be harvested in summer, but cool-weather vegetables that are traditionally grown in spring can also thrive in the cool fall weather. Take advantage of this extra growing season by planting a fall crop of peas, lettuce, spinach, broccoli, cauliflower or other cool-...More...

What Fruits & Vegetables Grow the Fastest?

Dwarf apple trees produce fruit more quickly than traditional-sized trees.Apple-tree image by zalisa from Fotolia.comWhether you're hoping to create a small garden to feed your family or a large one to grow some produce, selecting vegetables and fruits that grow quickly will put food on......More...

Hydroponic Garden Guide - A Beginner's Entry Into Hydroponics

Plants don't need soil, in fact the very definition of hydroponics is the process of growing plants without soil. If you are interested in getting started into the fascinating world of hydroponics, look no further. All you need is a good hydroponic garden guide....More...

Does Good Design Matter?

Duncan Heather, founder and principal of the Oxford College of Garden Design and one of Europe's leading garden designers is a man of few words, until you ask him: "Does Good Design Matter?" "If you ... ...More...

Hydroponic System And How It Works

Today's busy lifestyles and city living make it very hard for people to be able to keep a garden let alone even maintain one. With a normal garden you would need soil and the space ... ...More...

How to Design a Lawn Sprinkler Layout

If you are planning on installing a lawn sprinkler system in your yard, it's important that you make the most of your equipment to have an efficient system. Careful planning of the lawn sprinkler layout can help you water all of your yard and garden without wasting any water. While many nurseries of...More...

Pest Control using Pesticides

Pesticides are chemicals used to kill pests that are usually destroying crops, plants or are disturbing daily life in the houses. Pesticides are being used since a long time but continuous researches have resulted in ... ...More...

Cattleya Orchid

You are looking for, or already own, a Cattleya orchid plant and now you are looking to provide the best Cattleya orchid care. What should you do, or not do, for your Cattleya? This article will help you with some of your Cattleya orchid care questions....More...

Japanese Knotweed Removal

To remove Japanese Knotweed from your garden is more than a challenge for most of us. As the plant is very invasive and can cause damage to property the removal should be dealt with thoroughly and effectively....More...

7 Popular Types of Flowering Shrubs

One of the most attractive additions to the backyard is the flowering shrubs. They come in many variations to help inject a splash of color in an otherwise sea of green foliage....More...

Seeds for Winter Vegetable Garden

It pays to know the seeds for winter vegetable garden as well as which seeds can be grown and/or harvested during summer, autumn, and fall as only then would gardeners maximize the productivity and profit ... ...More...