Planting On Specific Locations

Planting On Specific Locations – Most places in the garden are improved by a plant, or group of plants, grown in attractive container. Often, the restricting factor is how many plants you can More »

A Fall Garden Decorating For Halloween

A Fall Garden Decorating For Halloween – There’s no better time to enjoy the spectacular beauty that nature has to offer than during the fall season. This is an ideal occasion for entertaining friends More »

4 Eco-friendly ways to use an 8×6 shed

Owning a shed can be a great asset to any property. It can be used for so many different things such as a storage unit, an artist or yoga studio, a playhouse, More »

Add Personal Touch In Your Garden With Garden Accessories

Add Personal Touch In Your Garden With Garden Accessories – Think of your garden like you would a room in your home. After planning the shape, tilling the soil, choosing the right plants More »

Landscaping Trends You Must Have

Landscaping Trends You Must Have – If you want the garden of your dreams, you might start with landscaping design trends for this year. Then, by utilizing four landscaping design trends, you can More »

 

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.

3 Tips to gardening your yard this summer

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 article will show you three simple tips to help your garden stay blooming this summer.

Creating Rosemary Garden

Creating Rosemary Garden

Creating Rosemary Garden – Rosemary is an herb that is easy to grow, many beginners of herb gardening generally include a small rosemary garden in their herb gardening plans. You can find them in just about any nursery. Generally, younger plants are cheaper than those which are mature, since it takes sometime for this plant to fill out.

Rosemary herb is grown from seed, cuttings and pre-seeded plants. It you have a friend who enjoys their own rosemary garden, ask for some plant cuttings. Most often you wish will be granted.

Enjoy This Summer In The Water Garden!

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 all, you can add on to the size of the pond later if you want, whereas if you do not like it it’s also cheaper to remove a smaller sized pond.

Having a pool of body in your own backyard is not as easy as just digging and filling it up with water, because the water will ultimately seeps back into the soil. Therefore you’ll need to use a liner for your pond, which can be obtained from your local garden center, think of it as a smaller version of a swimming pool.