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Home & Garden
by Lisa Williams
7 years ago
The Benefits of Raised Bed Gardening

Do you have bad soil, because if the answer is yes, you can do all sorts of things like fertilizing and feeding, but if the soil is terrible, you are going to keep on getting frustrated. Soil takes years to improve and this is why many people are turning...

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
8 years ago
How to Make a Lasagna Garden

Consider creating a lasagna garden as an alternative to a traditional garden. Grow large, lush flowers or big hearty vegetables.

Home & Garden
by jpwriter
10 years ago
How to Start a Back Porch Vegetable Garden

The back porch is a great place to start a vegetable garden.  Growing a garden is cheaper and healthier than shopping at a grocery store.  Organic fruit and vegetables are the healthiest option, but too expensive. Non-organics are sprayed with pesticides and other chemicals, plus they lack taste. Starting...

Home & Garden
by Sookie
9 years ago
Winter Gardening - Attracting Birds to Backyard Winter Gardens - Bring the Season to Life

Winter gardening is a great way to create interest in your yard for those long and cold winter months.  It can be much nicer to look out your window on a cold winter day from the comfort of your warm home and see lots of activity in the garden...

Home & Garden
by Mary
9 years ago
Build Great Soil the Easy No Dig Way

It is really easy to build great soil with no digging involved.  This type of gardening is called no dig, no till, sheet composting, trench composting and lasagna gardening.  It can also be used to reference raised bed gardening but I’ll deal with that in another article.  No till...

Home & Garden
by DebW07
9 years ago
My Top Ten Gardening Books

A beautiful and colorful garden brings so much satisfaction, in part because it takes work to produce luscious and colorful flowers. There is a time to plant, a time to cultivate, and a time to enjoy the "fruits of your labor." If you’re like me, sometimes you need...

Home & Garden
by onwoc234
8 years ago
Beginner's Guide to Organic Vegetable Gardening

Organic vegetable gardening enables you to produce vegetables that are free of herbicides, pesticides and toxic chemicals. Proper soil preparation and pest control are the keys for growing these healthy and nutrient-rich vegetables. Learn how you can work with beneficial micro-organisms to improve the soil and control pests without toxic chemicals.

Home & Garden
by Geds
8 years ago
Toro Gardening Spring Bucket For Sale

The Toro gardening spring bucket is useful for your spring gardening. It will help you collect the leaves and debris and store them so they will not fly away with the wind.

Home & Garden
by Sookie
10 years ago
Gardening Organic - How to Create A Eco Friendly Garden Design

Gardening organic is on every ones mind these days. We are trying to do the right thing by the environment on the inside of our homes, and keep our cars tuned up to save gas and save on polluting. But just what can we do with a...

Home & Garden
by jpwriter
9 years ago
Grow Potatoes and Tomatoes in Back Porch Garden

Tomatoes grow in just about anything as long as the roots have room.  Buy the planter that optimizes the porch gardening space.  Tomatoes are one of the easiest things to grow in a back porch garden.  Tomato bags are used to easily grow tomatoes without having to worry too...

Home & Garden
by Mary
11 years ago
Landscape Garden Edging

Choosing the right landscape garden edging for your raised garden bed is a fun chore. When you do not feel like digging, weeding, watering, or pruning just sit down and start looking at the pretty pictures.

If your back is stronger than...

Home & Garden
by Mary
11 years ago
Soil for a Raised Bed

I like to get my soil for a raised bed before I start building it. It just seems to get done faster if I do this part before the building.

When choosing the soil you need to decide if you want to...

Home & Garden
by Alexis Hartz
6 years ago
Container Gardening with Herbs

Fresh herbs are easy to use when they are located right outside of your back door. Learn how to grow, harvest, use and store them.

Home & Garden
by Cecilia cordero-raymundo
8 years ago
Using Insects in Organic Gardening

Not all insects are harmful to your garden. In fact, some of them can help tend to your garden better than off-the shelf chemicals.

Home & Garden
by J. Larson
6 years ago
The Benefits of Deep Mulching Your Garden

Are you tired of back breaking labor of weeding and hoeing your garden? Don't you wish you could just throw something on you garden bed a couple times a year that would solve all those weed problems for you? Well luckily for you we have a new product that has been around since the oh I don't know forever. Its called mulch and it is going to change how you garden.

Home & Garden
by Mary
9 years ago
Vegetable Gardens for Apartment Living

Apartment dwellers that want to have a vegetable garden have special conditions to deal with.  They do not have a yard to dig up and have to get a little creative with their gardening.  You can grow healthy vegetables in an apartment.  You just have to work with what...

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by admin
7 years ago
Home & Garden
by Blogger
10 years ago
Rolling Lawn Aerator

Lots of people blame their poor garden lawns on problems such as insect damage. But in fact most of these problems are caused my poor garden maintenance by the garden owner. One often overlooked gardening maintenance job is lawn aeration. Aerating your lawn is going to ensure that the...

Home & Garden
by gloomz
8 years ago
The Beginner's Guide to Composting

Composting is a great way to make the most out of your kitchen scraps. Read this beginner's guide to find out how you can make your own compost.

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