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3 Garden Ideas To Keep In Mind

~ Gardening can be a relaxing hobby, but not everyone enjoys spending a lot of time digging, pruning, and making their outdoor beautiful. Thankfully, you do not need to turn into a garden expert to transform your backyard.  Indeed, if you do not enjoy the idea of managing plants day after day, you can opt… Continue reading 3 Garden Ideas To Keep In Mind

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Make The Most Of A Very Small Space To Garden

Flash Alexander on Unsplash Even if you don't have vast amount of backyard space, you can make the most of any situation and create a fun and exciting space your family and friends can enjoy. A bit of outdoor greenery can help you soak up the sunshine, breath fresh air, hear bird songs, enjoy the… Continue reading Make The Most Of A Very Small Space To Garden

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Low Effort, High Reward Gardening Ideas

We have inherited the idea that gardening is an immense challenge. But the truth is that it is actually much easier than the average person believes. It is just a question of implementing low effort, high reward ideas and bringing them to fruition.  Sow Seeds Into Paving Cracks Fixing cracks in your paving is a… Continue reading Low Effort, High Reward Gardening Ideas

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Run a More Sustainable Garden

Today, most of us are thinking more about sustainability and how we can do more for the planet. By extending the garden you create the sustainable little corner on this planet and making it eco- friendly to all the creatures. Photo by Gary Barnes on Pexels.com Grow Your Own Herbs and Vegetables By growing your… Continue reading Run a More Sustainable Garden

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Awesome Spring Garden Ideas

~Ahhhhh, Spring is just couple of weeks away. Isn't a good time to start planning for the upcoming garden that will enhance the time you spend in nature? Picture your quality evenings ahead. The daylight hours will stretch out longer, the birds and the bees will begin to slowly re-emerge and the plants that have… Continue reading Awesome Spring Garden Ideas

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Mushroom Mayhem: Top 5 To Grow In Your Own Garden Or Home

Mushrooms are perhaps the easiest vegetable to grow in your garden. Wait a minute, I meant, fungi! Growing mushrooms is easy because you do not need to babysit them. They like darkness and lots of bacteria to feast on. In the world, mushrooms grow in jungles, fields and forests because of one reason. Lots and… Continue reading Mushroom Mayhem: Top 5 To Grow In Your Own Garden Or Home

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Aloe Bloom

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Getting A Greenhouse?

~ Congratulations on joining the army of householders across the world that want to grow fresh fruit and vegetables at home! A greenhouse is the ideal outdoor structure to keep your plants sheltered, safe, organized, and ensure they grow strong and healthy. There is no denying greenhouses are a valuable addition to any home where… Continue reading Getting A Greenhouse?

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New Year, New Garden Plans!

~ Right now, Spring seems so far away, but it will be here before you know it. Time does not wait for anyone. The seasonal cycle repeats itself every 365 days and perhaps this is the year your dream of having a garden will come to life. Finish procrastinating once and for all and really think about… Continue reading New Year, New Garden Plans!

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Better and Healthier Gardens

~ Looking for a birghter and healthier home garden? How about these quick tried and true ideas? Photo by Maria Orlova on Pexels.com 1. Consider Your Drainage  To make your garden more healthy, it can be helpful to use raised beds to improve your drainage. You can purchase wooden beds, or construct them yourself with… Continue reading Better and Healthier Gardens

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4 Tips To Make Your Garden Stand Out

~ Summer may have come and gone, but that does not mean it is time to start neglecting your garden. We are still in the middle of a global uncertainty, and people are spending increasingly more time at home more than average this time of year. The positive is that you have much more ability… Continue reading 4 Tips To Make Your Garden Stand Out

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Why Your Garden Could Help You Sell Your House

~ When most people are getting ready to sell their house, they start thinking of all the things they have to do, pack, declutter and organize inside the dwelling. Fixing the floors, wall cracks, painting old cracked walls, renovating bathrooms and kitchen to boost the value and fixing up any loose ends that have been… Continue reading Why Your Garden Could Help You Sell Your House

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3 Things To Do In The Garden

~ If you are winding down your garden pursuits as the summer days draw to a close, there are still couple of things to do prior to putting the mower away for the winter. With the humid and wet weather of recent months, you might be shocked at just how fruitful your foliage and fauna… Continue reading 3 Things To Do In The Garden

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Annoying Garden Issues Solved

~ When you first start on your gardening adventure, you are so excited you barely have time to pay attention to potential problems. As you become more accomplished and get deeper into it, you soon find that things are not as perfect as you hoped. You have garden woes, and it seems like there’s nothing… Continue reading Annoying Garden Issues Solved