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There are different pros and cons to purchasing clay pots and plastic pots. This article focuses on the main uses of these pots as well as some things that need to be considered when purchasing a pot. The climate you live in, the type of plant that's going in the pot, and your physical condition are all key factors in deciding on which type of pot to purchase.
Published by Sandy James 64 months ago in Gardening | +27 votes | 20 comments
With vertical gardening you can double the size of your garden and double the amount of food you can grow.
Published by Sam Montana 88 months ago in Gardening | +30 votes | 17 comments
Holly shrubs are evergreens that can add year-round interest to your landscaping.
Published by Sandy James 68 months ago in Gardening | +21 votes | 16 comments
In the Hindu mythology mango is known as the 'food of gods' . Mangoes have an excellent flavor,look attractive ,are tasty besides having lots of health value...
Published by Kiran 90 months ago in Gardening | +22 votes | 15 comments
Russian Sage is a non-native plant that is growing in popularity due to its low maintenance and hardiness. It adapts well to a variety of different soils including clay and is a fast growing mid-size shrub. It's low cost makes it a great addition to the landscape. Once planted in your yard, you'll understand why Russian Sage is a favorite among gardeners.
Published by Sandy James 64 months ago in Gardening | +20 votes | 14 comments
Taking a look into the three pests that can plague your gardens weeds, insects, diseases. Description included for a weeds, insects and diseases and ways to eradicate them and control them. Looking into natural methods for pest control as well as disease caused by fungal infection. This is easy to follow guide to understanding and controlling weeds, insects and diseases in your garden.
Published by Tanya Wallace 87 months ago in Gardening | +20 votes | 14 comments
A list of all natural ways to get rid of ants without having to worry about your child, dog or cat getting harmed by the usage of pesticides. In choosing these natural methods I went beyond just getting rid of the ants but with each of the methods I have chosen they also have another benefit in using them, from enriching the soil to natural weed killers. Read on to find out more.
Published by Tanya Wallace 88 months ago in Gardening | +21 votes | 14 comments
Tanya Kime-Wallace writes about how you can have a cost effective vegetable garden by recycling your seeds. Includes guide to saving and how to information.
Published by Tanya Wallace 90 months ago in Gardening | +18 votes | 14 comments
Cutworms can be a big problem in the garden and this article will help you learn about cutworms, identify them, and suggest ways that you can prevent them from damaging your plants and gardens. After you read this article, you'll know how to prevent and control cutworms in your garden.
Published by Sandy James 67 months ago in Gardening | +19 votes | 13 comments
Gardenias are one of the most attractive houseplants, yet they're challenging to grow.
Published by Sandy James 69 months ago in Gardening | +21 votes | 13 comments
Groundcovers are popular plants in gardens and landscapes as they fill in spaces and add texture to the yard. There are many groundcovers available and with so many choices, it's sometimes difficult to choose just one. This article highlights my short list of tried-and-true perennial groundcovers that attract bees and butterflies and look great in the landscape.
Published by Sandy James 65 months ago in Gardening | +19 votes | 12 comments
In this article you will learn how to grow different herbs and vegetables in a kitchen garden to save money and improve health. You can save the bottoms of scallions grow new greens easily in a jar on your window sill as well as various sprouts, leaf green vegetables, and several types of herbs. This is a great way to save time and money. This is an easy way to get your children involved in gardening and add fresh vegetables to your diet during the winter months. Use seeds for sprouting in water...
Published by Daniel Snyder 67 months ago in Gardening | +27 votes | 12 comments
Know the concept and principles of soil solarization, as well as its benefits and advantages.
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 73 months ago in Gardening | +27 votes | 12 comments
Tanya Wallace explaining and describing how to give your strawberries a boost and getting your strawberry plants into tip top shape so they will produce and ensure the best crop. Also explaining why different varieties are better than just one in your garden and listing the four best varieties to plant so you will have a fresh supply of strawberries for the whole growing season.
Published by Tanya Wallace 87 months ago in Gardening | +19 votes | 12 comments
The Christmas Cactus is a nice houseplant that every home should have. Here's how to take care of your plant.
Published by Sandy James 70 months ago in Gardening | +19 votes | 11 comments
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