Create Your Apartment Garden

Create Your Apartment Garden – You don’t have to sacrifice your love of gardening just because you’re living your big city dreams-or maybe you’re a total gardening newbie. While it’s lovely to More »

Pumpkins For Halloween Jack-O-Lanterns

Pumpkins For Halloween Jack-O-Lanterns – Pumpkins are the quintessential symbol of Halloween. Children all over America carve or help carve them into Jack-O-Lanterns each year. Next year, try growing your own Halloween More »

Designing A Flower Garden

Designing A Flower Garden – A flower garden will bring you endless enjoyment. Not only is it a feast for the eyes, but it can fill your yard with fragrance and butterflies. More »

Garden Lighting For Perfect Look Of Your Backyard

Garden Lighting For Perfect Look Of Your Backyard – With the summer months approaching and the weather forecast indicating that certain countries are in for record temperatures, a lot of people are More »

Desert Gardening: Create Your Summer Garden In The Desert

Desert Gardening: Create Your Summer Garden In The Desert -Most people think of the desert as a barren place filled with few animals and even fewer plants. If you did not grow More »

 

5 Tips to Choosing a Backpack Sprayer

5 Tips to Choosing a Backpack Sprayer

Despite being a full-time professional, gardening is one of the most popular hobbies around. And so to speak, backpack sprayers come in handy for gardening tasks such as applying fertilizer, weeding, and applying pesticides, among others. However, selecting a good backpack sprayer can prove to be a daunting task without the knowledge on how to pick one. This is especially because they come in many different types, sizes, designs, and modes of operation. As a matter of fact, some are designed for specific use, not forgetting that backpack sprayers vary depending on what they’re made of. To avoid spilling the juice, with most of the bias on things to consider, here are 5 tips to choosing a backpack sprayer for your gardening tasks.

Aglaonemas: Popular House Plants

Aglaonemas: Popular House Plants

Aglaonemas: Popular House Plants – Large, spear-shaped leaves on short stems are the decorative feature of Aglaonema, the Chinese evergreen. Its virtue, according to the textbooks, is an ability to thrive in poorly-lit conditions, but this is only true of the all-green varieties. The ones with white or yellow variegated foliage need brighter conditions.

Create Your Apartment Garden

Create Your Apartment Garden

Create Your Apartment Garden – You don’t have to sacrifice your love of gardening just because you’re living your big city dreams-or maybe you’re a total gardening newbie. While it’s lovely to have a spacious lawn and plot ideal for growing your own flowers, veggies and herbs, the reality is that gardening doesn’t actually require a lot of space. In reality, it doesn’t even require a lawn or yard at all. Urban or apartment gardening is spreading like weeds, and tucking into your studio or flat for the winter is the perfect time to get your garden in order.

4 Tips to planting seasonal flowers

4 Tips to planting seasonal flowers

Flowers are great additions for your outdoor decorations. Flowers come in different categories with some being seasonal that only bloom at certain months of the year. You can grow flowers in your garden in outdoor plant beds or in pots depending on your preference. But, just like any other plants, you have to give them the care and maintenance that they need to ensure that they are healthy.

Eucalyptus Growing Indoors

Eucalyptus Growing Indoors

Eucalyptus Growing Indoors – Eucalyptus plant with its fragrant properties and coin-shaped foliage makes a wonderful addition to your indoor environment, especially in the bedroom and bathroom. It is very attractive with silvery blue-green aromatic leaves which give off the aroma of menthol. If you are interested in growing eucalyptus indoors, you need to learn how to grow eucalyptus in a container.

Colors Of November Garden

Colors Of November Garden

Colors Of November Garden – November is often thought of as the start of the gardening year, the month when traditionally trees and shrubs are planted. But for me, the glory of November lies in the colors. Leaves are turning on the trees and even the dead stems of perennials provide a striking backdrop against a riot of gold, bronze, reds and browns.