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Amazing Gardens You Must Visit

Having a garden is a lot of work. You need to maintain the territory clean of weeds, to water every plant absolutely every day, preferably in the evening, to nourish each plant with the proper fertilizer, and perform many other not so pleasant actions. Every garden requires lots of attention and you can't expect to just have a very nice garden, if you don't have the free time to maintain it. So, people who work a lot and never spend time at home can…

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Added by Jane Wilson on July 14, 2016 at 7:09am — No Comments

Prepare Your Garden for the Winter Season

The winter is fast approaching, and everybody is preparing themselves and their properties for the cold. Being prepared for…

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Added by Jane Wilson on April 13, 2016 at 10:28am — No Comments

MARCH EDIT

March First has always represented the beginning of Spring for me. It reminds me of afternoons outside, Spring cleaning, Baseball season, and a fresh start.

Spring is going to get my butt in gear. I plan to get the…

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Added by EMILY ROLFING-GUMMOW on March 1, 2016 at 2:54pm — No Comments

Which Flower Box Design Suits Your Home Best

There are plenty of planter boxes that you may find on the British market but, of course, not all of them will match your needs, taste, and budget. In order to help you find the most suitable flower box to fit your home's interior or exterior, here are few types of planter box designs in this post. I hope that the following detailed list will help you make the right…

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Added by Desiree Thomson on February 23, 2016 at 9:31am — No Comments

4 Great Designs Ideas to Turn your Balcony in the Garden of Eden

Everybody loves a good balcony garden. Since not all of us have a land lot to shape, and some of us have to settle for balconies and patios, balcony garden design is becoming more mainstream with each year. There are whole websites dedicated to the art of creating a lush green paradise out of your 1ft by 1ft area. Yet most people are reluctant to experiment with their open space areas and usually go…

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Added by Desiree Thomson on January 28, 2016 at 2:30pm — No Comments

The Allergy Fighting Garden Book By Thomas Leo Ogren

Millions of people have allergies. The most common air born allergy is to pollen.   A few people have even died from an allergic 

reaction to pollen. Pollen allergies are directly linked to asthma, and people with pollen allergies are more likely to develop food…

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Added by Cascia on September 4, 2015 at 3:27pm — No Comments

The Proper Garden Maintenance List

Gardening has become a very popular hobby lately, and many people have found its hidden beauties. The main reason for this growing interest is the fact, that many people are tired of the big and loud cities and are looking for a calmer and more spacious place to live in. And…

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Added by Jane Wilson on October 24, 2014 at 3:07am — 1 Comment

How to Make Your Own Compost

Many people find gardening to be a very calming and fulfilling exercise, which helps them be in shape all the time without any additional effort. And lately many people decide to move from the big cities into the suburbs, where they buy houses with spacious gardens,…

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Added by Jane Wilson on July 25, 2014 at 4:09am — No Comments

How to Control the Slugs in Your Garden

Taking care of a garden is a huge responsibility, but it's also the best possible way to get healthy vegetables and fruits without any chemicals in them. Also, many people think of the gardening as a hobby and something to do in their free time. Many of the people we…

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Added by Jane Wilson on July 11, 2014 at 4:25am — 1 Comment

Rainforest Trees At The Taiping Lake

My last trip away from home was the Singapore getaway in the middle of September, seems like a long time to me though it was only around two months ago. So when my friend suggested to go Taiping for a short trip, I didn't hesitate, after all, Taiping is just less than an hour away from Ipoh...



I started the journey early on Saturday and we had a nice stroll at the Taiping lake... due to the rain, the plants and the trees glitter and the lake is not "drought looking"…

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Added by Reanaclaire on November 11, 2013 at 7:07am — No Comments

Our unsuccessful harvest

On one of the days during the start of spring my husband and middle boy decided to plant their apples seeds. They found a small plant pot, and filled it with some soil. Every day middle boy would go and water it. Sometimes he would…

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Added by Tracy Garbett on October 18, 2013 at 5:11am — No Comments

I'm an avid gardener! How did that happen?

While sitting on my patio today and watching the rain I started to ask myself, why the heck am I outside? This downpour and the heat together makes perfect weather for ruining a girl's hair and I'm tired of using the flat iron when I'm kinda sorta trying to go natural...so why in the world am I watching the raindrops?



Well, I'm watching my plants…

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Added by Ronda on June 8, 2013 at 10:40am — No Comments

What's Blooming

 

 

 

Are you a gardener? I'd love for you to stop by and read my post about what's blooming in my garden and share what's blooming in yours!

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Added by Linda Kinsman on April 25, 2012 at 10:53am — No Comments

Non-Candy Easter Baskets

Confession: I am completely over all the Easter candy. You would think the Easter bunny lived in my house based on the amount of chocolate bunnies, chicks and carrots currently residing here. Enough already. I love sugar as much as the next girl, but for the most part, I really try and limit giving sugar to my kids. My children have already dug into the stockpile of chocolate disguised as an Easter basket that was dropped off a few days ago by their loving Grandparents. This year the Easter…

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Added by Chayna Bhaskar on April 6, 2012 at 1:52pm — No Comments

Updated Notes from the Garden

It’s been a little while since I’ve posted any notes from the garden but not to worry, things are greening up just fine!

Okay, so I might have made a teensy mistake with the Miracle Gro…I didn’t know you weren’t supposed to spray the leaves!  I was completely distraught when all of…

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Added by Desiree Frazier on April 2, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments

Freaks of Nature

Freaks of Nature

Well, I have just returned from my weekend in France, and my head is spinning with all the crazy stories I have to tell.  Regardless of where I travel, I seem to bring my own special brand of bad…

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Added by Misadventures in Motherhood on March 17, 2012 at 1:17am — No Comments

Freaks of Nature

Freaks of Nature

Well, I have just returned from my weekend in France, and my head is spinning with all the crazy stories I have to tell.  Regardless of where I travel, I seem to bring my own special brand of bad…

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Added by Misadventures in Motherhood on March 16, 2012 at 3:04pm — No Comments

Mad About Melons

As I have mentioned numerous times, I have a rather large garden this summer.  Besides growing tomatoes, cucumbers, corn and basil, a quarter of my garden is being taken over by watermelon.  A small part of the watermelon patch was planned, but the rest is all due to volunteerism.

There are two varieties of watermelon in my patch, black diamonds, and the old fashioned striped variety…all with seeds.  I love watermelon and I frequently buy melons in the summer, but I don’t like the…

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Added by Lanita Moss on August 1, 2011 at 10:25am — No Comments

All Hands On Deck

Recently, Colby told me I had planted an “overambitious garden.”  He may be right, although I am not complaining…yet.  In my second year of vegetable gardening, the list of things I am learning continues to grow.

One thing I’ve learned this year is that one year might produce a bumper crop of zucchini and the next year might be a bust.  This is a bust year for zucchini.  If a bloom forms, it ends up falling off before a zucchini forms.  But, last year was a lousy year for tomatoes,…

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Added by Lanita Moss on July 13, 2011 at 2:14pm — No Comments

The Suck and Sealer

There are few kitchen appliance that I love more than my Food Saver, affectionately know as the Suck and Sealer (S&S).  I love to cook and I make dinner for my family, on average, six days a week.  So, kitchen toys are a necessity…and just plain fun.

 

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Added by Lanita Moss on July 11, 2011 at 11:20am — No Comments

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