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 Reasons to knock down your house and rebuild it

You might have been living in your house more decades and have decided that it’s time to live in a new one. You consider just renovating some areas of the house but More »

 

Gardening For Senior Gardeners

Gardening For Senior Gardeners

Are you in a wheelchair, and long to dig in the dirt and create flowering beauty and grow far more zucchini than you can give away? Or are your knees just starting to age and even though you’ve loved gardening all your life, you’re having more trouble getting up and down and are afraid you’ll have to give up gardening altogether? Did you botch the last pruning of your roses because of the worsening arthritis in your hands?

Welcome to the world of the physically challenged gardener.

Create Your Own Oasis In A Backyard

Create Your Own Oasis In A Backyard

If you enjoy spending time in garden, your backyard can be transformed into a relaxing outdoor retreat. With some hard work and dedication, you can turn your simple backyard into a garden of delight. A garden pond is a wonderful way to bring new life to your yard and garden.

Garden ponds come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. The size of your garden pond will very much depend on your personal taste. However, most garden ponds have similar components such as aquatic plants and fish. If you find an old tub that you want to use is to redecorate your garden , make sure it is not copper. Fish die very quickly in tubs are made of these materials.There are countless ways to approach your garden pond maintenance. We think that the best way to ensure the success of your garden pond is to strike a delicate balance between nature and technology.

Garden Hand Tools

Garden Hand Tools

All gardening starts with operations performed with hand tools. Hand tools come in a wide variety of styles and uses and whether you have a small garden or a large garden, there are specific hand tools that you will need in order to keep your garden looking good. Many of us are all too aware of the hand tools they need and have quite a collection but for those that have recently acquired a garden, shopping for hand tools can be quite a task.

Whether your garden is large or small, garden hand tools are a must and purchasing the right garden hand tools is even more important. A spade is a gardeners must have and can be used for many jobs such as planting new plants and trees, turning over loose soil and digging new borders and rockery beds.

7 Great Garden Decoration Tips

7 Great Garden Decoration Tips

Are you looking for a way to add to your garden decor? Do you want something everlasting, nature-based or stylized? There are many things that you can add to your outdoor living space to make it comfortable and inviting and still provide you with few hours of work on maintenance. Here are 7 ways to add decor to your garden.

Tip 1: Unadulterated is the best. When adding products outdoors, from furniture to statuary, you should always look towards the most organic of products. When you do this, you’ll allow for something that fits within the landscape, not something that sticks out in it.

Tip 2: Flow is essential. If you have a large garden or landscape, you can create a flow throughout it to make it a much more livable and organic environment.

Using Growbags

Using Growbags

Growbags are a simple way to start off growing vegetables in containers and the beginner gardener would do well to try out a few plants in them before embarking on a full scale container kitchen garden. They contain a peat-based compost with added nutrients sufficient to establish most plants. Plants grown in growbags will need additional feeding throughout the year.

Traditionally they were used to grow outdoor tomatoes and placed against a warm wall with canes to which the plants could be trained. However, the range of vegetables that can be cultivated in growbags is much larger.

The Aeoniums – Beautiful Winter Succulents

The Aeoniums – Beautiful Winter Succulents

The Aeonium is a succulent, subtropical garden plant of the genus Aeonium and family Crassulaceae, native to the Canary Islands and the Mediterranean region of North Africa. If a plant looks like a hens and chickens on top of a thick stalk it is possibly an aeonium. They look very much like the sempervivums of Europe and the echeverias of Mexico and Central America.

Aeonium has light yellow flowers that form long clusters. In most cases the plant dies after flowering when the seed matures. Don’t be too hasty in composting the plant, though, new rosettes sometimes appear lower down on the stems.