4 Reasons to Build a Log Cabin on your Property

Constructing log cabins and actually living in them provides many opportunities than you may not even be able to imagine. With the sophisticated architecture and relaxing ambiance inside the log cabin, you More »

4 Ways That Building a Garden Shed on Your Property Can Be Of Benefit

Gardening is a rewarding process and people who are serious about it discover great delight in growing their own plants and vegetables. However, serious gardening also requires a lot of work and More »

Early July Gardening

Early July Gardening – In the flower garden there is now profusion as we enjoy more roses, phloxes, campanulas, heleniums, hemerocallis (day lilies) and gladioli etc. etc. Indeed there are enough flowers More »

3 Tips to gardening your yard this summer

Taking care of your yard especially in the summer season can be challenging. Months prior, you have to prepare the soil, add some shade, pump some fertilizer in and so on. This More »

Enjoy This Summer In The Water Garden!

Enjoy This Summer In The Water Garden! – If this is the first time you’re attempting the water gardening, perhaps you should start with a moderate size pond instead of one huge one. After More »

 

4 Reasons to Build a Log Cabin on your Property

4 Reasons to Build a Log Cabin on your Property


Constructing log cabins and actually living in them provides many opportunities than you may not even be able to imagine. With the sophisticated architecture and relaxing ambiance inside the log cabin, you can easily relieve all your stress from work and the busy city traffic. Another advantage of having your own log cabin is that you can have your own private place to unwind without paying for the usual cabin rental fees.

Although building your first log cabin may sound challenging to you, all the efforts and money that you have invested will surely be worth it once you can enjoy your own space for relaxation. After having a log cabin on your own property, prepare to live your life like a one big holiday!

5 Tips to buying a Greenhouse for your yard

5 Tips to buying a Greenhouse for your yard


Buying a greenhouse for your yard has many great benefits. While it may be challenging to figure out what is the best type of greenhouse to purchase for your yard, we are here to help with some tips. To get started, check out Greenhouse Stores as they have a plethora of information that can help you. In the meantime, here are some tips to help you with the buying process.

Grow Fantastic Tomatoes In Containers

Grow Fantastic Tomatoes In Containers

Grow Fantastic Tomatoes In Containers – Tomatoes can be grown easily in container gardens. Read this article to learn how:

Use large containers. Tomatoes are large plants when they mature. For this reason, your container size should be at least 12 – 14″ in width or diameter. Any smaller container than this and your tomatoes will not last the season. With smaller pots, the plant dries out early in the season and the bloom simply doesn’t happen. The choice is yours.

4 Ways That Building a Garden Shed on Your Property Can Be Of Benefit

4 Ways That Building a Garden Shed on Your Property Can Be Of Benefit


Gardening is a rewarding process and people who are serious about it discover great delight in growing their own plants and vegetables. However, serious gardening also requires a lot of work and having a garden shed as a workstation is a great thing. While many think that building a garden shed is difficult, the truth is that it is actually very easy.

Early July Gardening

Early July Gardening

Early July Gardening – In the flower garden there is now profusion as we enjoy more roses, phloxes, campanulas, heleniums, hemerocallis (day lilies) and gladioli etc. etc. Indeed there are enough flowers for everybody. There are few bulbs that can compete with the autumn crocus’ bright performance given during the last months of the year.

They are best ordered this month for planting in August. Nurserymen seldom hold large stocks and the gardener who leaves his order until August may be disappointed.

Planting Madagascar Periwinkle

Planting Madagascar Periwinkle

Madagascar Periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus) – One of the main drawbacks of growing annual flowering plants in Mediterranean and other dry climate regions is their excessive water consumption. Annuals in hot, dry summer areas require water based on at least 6mm a day, which is 6 liters per square meter. Over the year, this can amount to more than a cubic meter of irrigation water for every meter square – an unviable and unacceptable rate, unless the area planted with annual flowers is reduced to a minimum. Madagascar Periwinkle however, can be successfully grown, creating a lovely carpet of color, on a third, perhaps a quarter of that amount, thereby saving you much water and expense.