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Articles about gravel

Home & Garden
by AJWalton
9 years ago
Landscaping Gravel: Ideas for Paths, Ditches, Walls and Gardens

Gravel is an extremely versatile material which is of great use to the backyard or garden landscaper. It can be used for its aesthetic qualities or for its functional qualities, or indeed for both at the same time. Landscaping gravel can be used for pathways, driveways, ditches, and...

Home & Garden
by pwarlick
9 years ago
A Gravel Garden

This article explains how to create and maintain a gravel garden.

Home & Garden
by Gardengates
9 years ago
Landscape Design: Using Natural Stone and Rock

Stone and rock are practical and beautiful materials to use in a garden design.

Home & Garden
by jtmanja
8 years ago
Landscaping-low maintenance

  Landscaping-low maintenance If you're going for low-maintenance , more is better as far as hard landscaping is concerned. However it will be more expensive.    landscaping tips  Essentially it's a very practical element of the garden - is it going to work for...

Technology
by colleenmeheen
9 years ago
Dig Your Own Drain Field

Drain fields, also known as leach fields, are created over determined areas of land where waste water can be collected and naturally filtered through trenches, layers of soil and a series of pipes. Sandy or loamy soils are often used because of their filtration ability. After the waste water percolates...

Pets & Animals
by heanders
8 years ago
Best Way to Do Aquarium Water Changes

This is an article that gives the basics of how to do a water change and clean an aquarium. It lists the equipment and supplies needed.

Home & Garden
by AJWalton
9 years ago
Front Yard Landscaping Ideas - Low Maintenance And Environmentally Friendly Designs

The front yard is your showpiece. You can have your vegetable plots, the children's swing, the chickens, the barbecue, and the bicycle shed in the back yard but the front yard is not a functional area and its purpose should be to set your house off to...

Home & Garden
by AJWalton
9 years ago
Driveway Landscaping Designs and Ideas - Using Steel Edging

The approach to a house sets its tone and the landscaping of the driveway needs meticulous attention to detail if the aspect of the house is not to be spoiled.

In a small suburban house or bungalow, a concrete or brick-laid driveway can be perfectly appropriate, provided that...

by goodselfme
11 years ago
Lawn verses rocks

When I first moved into my existing residence, I watered, weeded, fertilized, cut, trimmed and mowed my lawn to keep it looking green and an atribute to my home. I began getting up earlier, just so I could sustain the water bill within reason, before sunrise and heat took...

Pets & Animals
by AllyG47
9 years ago
Setting Up a Fish Tank

You have finally purchased all the equipment you need for your new aquarium. You have the plants, the tank and the hoses and whatnot. Now it is time to set up the aquarium. Most people will just throw all the equipment together without thinking about it, which will mean that they will have a few more problems after they get their tank setup. Thinking about a plan when arranging the aquarium will save a lot of time and problems after the tank is setup.

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
10 years ago
Laying Garden Paths With NO Heavy Lifting

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Weed-free garden paths with minimum effort and costs, no back-breaking labour and do-able by anyone who can swing a spade.

There is a multitude of materials you can use for laying garden paths, as diverse as wood chip mulch to concrete and from old bricks...

Technology
by Kathymcbain
11 years ago
How to Cure a Damp Basement

Although a wet or damp basement may be a very discouraging condition, it can many times be solved easily and inexpensively. I have discussed a method to determine if ground water is the source of your problem on this site already. Refer to the referenced article on analyzing a water...

Lifestyle
by Sean S. Musins
4 years ago
Taking a Chance: Personal Growth through Boldness and Risk Taking

It is the little experiences in life that add up to who we are as people. Although we often wish we could erase some errant part of our past, doing so would change who we are today and our learned fear of taking a risk keeps us from growing more. "Taking a Chance:..." tells a story about lessons learned the hard way and takes a look at how we can experience continued growth by taking risks.

Travel & Places
by javrsmith
10 years ago
How to Pan For Gold - Columbia River at High Water

The Columbia River is an important watershed in the Pacific Northwest. Due to the eons that it has been eroding gold bearing lands in British Columbia and Washington State, many of the riverbanks contain gold that can be panned.

Pets & Animals
by Ron Townsend
6 years ago
Cloudy Aquarium Water - Causes and Simple Solutions

Cloudy water in your fish tank come in a few different varieties. Learn about the causes and fixed here.

Pets & Animals
by Amberdawn
9 years ago
How to Decorate your Fish Tank

This article will teach you how to decorate your fish tank.

Home & Garden
by AJWalton
9 years ago
Do It Yourself Patio Enclosure

Enclosing the patio will not only give you privacy, it will also give a great deal of shelter. If your patio faces the sun, an enclosure will act as a sun trap, allowing you not only to lie in the sun yourself, but to grow a variety of...

Lifestyle
by javrsmith
10 years ago
How to Pan For Gold Nuggets - Profit From the Current Spike in Gold Prices

The best methods of gold panning produce nuggets when there is a lesser water flow rate. It can be really hard to get much gold when the river is running high. This is because the rich lower gravel bars are completely covered with water. To get gold nuggets from...

Pets & Animals
by Dr_E
8 years ago
How To Make Your Own Aquarium Gravel Vacuum

Keep your aquarium gravel clean and your fish healthy by vacuuming the fish tank with a homemade aquarium vacuum.

Home & Garden
by AnuCosta
8 years ago
Natural Swimming Pools

There are those who swim in lakes, rivers, ponds, the sea. There are those who swim in chemical swimming pools. How many have come across a pool that is a cross between the two? A pool that has been created by the hand of man, in the same way as a garden pond, but which can be swum in?

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