Outdoor Living Trends 2019

Outdoor Living Trends 2019 – With 2019 halfway done, some outdoor living trends are emerging that aim to increase the enjoyment of your pool and patio area with some of the hottest More »

Inspire Yourself With Japanese Garden Style

Inspire Yourself With Japanese Garden Style – The Japanese garden strives to achieve harmony, privacy and calm. There is an attention to detail and clean lines, which makes it a high maintenance space. More »

Wrought Iron Art As A Part Of Garden Decor

Wrought Iron Art As A Part Of Garden Decor – Wrought iron art offers many options for growing your outdoor art garden. Just as you use wrought iron and other metals for More »

Enjoy Your Deck In The Winter

Enjoy Your Deck In The Winter – The main thing to keep in mind through the autumn and winter months is that the weather can be quite harsh. Therefore spring and summer More »

How To Make Your Flower Garden Blossom More?

How To Make Your Flower Garden Blossom More? Flower gardens occur in different styles and assortments, their charm can be dependent to any flower gardener. As someone who takes care of a More »

 

Sparmannia: Growth And Care

Sparmannia: Growth And Care

Sparmannia: Growth And Care – Sparmannia is a fast-growing plant that would grow into a small tree or large shrub in the wild. This is a plant that has amazing flowers as they almost seem to move. Sparmannia africana is an easy-to-grow large shrub for a shady area with lush, soft, heart-shaped leaves and pretty white flowers with a puff of gold and red stamens during winter-spring. It is tree-like, quickly growing several feet high. The flowers appear in long– stalked clusters.

5 Tips to Making The Most of Your Greenhouse Garden

5 Tips to Making The Most of Your Greenhouse Garden

Every spring, sales for greenhouses always go through the roof. That’s because successful gardeners have discovered the advantages of having one of these nifty contraptions in their own backyards. While others are struggling with cold, wet soils or draughty northern winds, greenhouse gardening lets you raise your potted plants throughout any season.

Plants For Late Winter Containers

Plants For Late Winter Containers

Plants For Late Winter Containers – The weather in mid to late winter is often cold and inhospitable for both gardeners and plants, but if you choose carefully you will find several gems to bring welcome color, even on the dullest days. Snowdrop, spring snowflake, dwarf irises, winter aconite, anemone blonde and the early daffodils in containers will all flower at this time.

Position them in a sheltered spot outside the house and enjoy them as you enter or leave.

The top 4 reasons to invest in a turf lawn

The top 4 reasons to invest in a turf lawn

Every homeowner is always thinking of ways to improve the look and feel of their home. It’s not just about the interior but also the outside of the house. One of the things that adds value and beauty to the house is a well maintained lawn. But the problem is that there are some who do not have the time to plant and maintain their lawn all year round. A great alternative will be to invest in a turf lawn instead. It is a sound investment when you think about all the benefits you’ll be getting. Take a look at the list below for reasons on why you should invest in a turf lawn today.

Cyperus Plant

Cyperus Plant

Cyperus Plant – lt is easy to see why Cyperus is called the Umbrella plant. The grassy leaves, ranging from hair-like to quite broad depending on the species, radiate from the stiff stalks like the ribs of an open umbrella. There is just one golden rule for success with these  plants – keep the roots constantly wet. Place the  pot in a saucer or outer container which should always contain water.

How To Improve Your Soil By Adding Lime

How To Improve Your Soil By Adding Lime

How To Improve Your Soil By Adding Lime – Rain steadily washes lime out of your soil at an average rate of ½ oz per sq. yd. Slowly the land becomes more sour, and neither humus-makers nor the majority of fertilizers are of any help in correcting this condition. The answer is to apply lime – the oldest and still the best soil conditioner.

– Lime neutralizes sourness. Very few garden plants grow well under acid (sour) conditions.