Tag: Gardening

Posted on 12/24/2023
Planting a wildflower garden: The basics
For gardeners who enjoy a natural aesthetic, planting a...
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Posted on 11/05/2023
DIY concrete guide: Make your own box planters
DIY concrete projects are a great way to increase your...
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Posted on 02/19/2023
DIY drainage solutions for yard flooding
If your yard is plagued with puddles and soggy spots, it...
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Posted on 06/19/2022
5 Key Benefits of Indoor Greenhouses
Without outdoor space, gardening might feel impossible. Even raised beds on small patios won’t give you the space you need to grow all of your favorite veggies, herbs and other plants. However, one option is to use your indoor space instead. By creating an indoor greenhouse you can enjoy gardening no matter what your outdoor space is like....
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Posted on 04/17/2022
How to Prevent Erosion & Landslides by Gardening on a Slope
Planting anything on an incline might seem like more trouble than it's worth. However, if your yard has any slopes, you could be at risk for soil erosion and landslides. The best way to avoid them is to plant trees, shrubs or other plants on the slope to strengthen the ground. Here are some tips for gardening on...
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Posted on 03/20/2022
How to Protect Your Garden From Frost
Cold weather can be bad news for vegetable gardens, especially if unexpected. While many plants are hardy and frost-resistant, most tender vegetables cannot survive sudden freezing temperatures. Luckily, there are some measures you can take to protect your garden from an unexpected frost. Here are some tips to remember: Water During the Day Adjust your watering schedule to...
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Posted on 05/23/2021
Allotments & Community Gardens: What You Should Know
Photo by Zen Chung from Pexels Despite the more recent interest in sustainable lifestyles, the practice and concept of urban agriculture has been around for centuries. Two of the most common forms of urban agriculture are allotments and community gardens. The term allotment is a term originating in Britain that refers to a piece of land cultivated by...
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Posted on 03/04/2019
How to Enrich Your Garden Soil
An enriched soil is an indispensable requirement for a fantastic garden. Flourishing plants are a delight to the soul. An affordable means of improving the quality of your garden soil is making your own fertilizer. This cost-saving process can be clean and easy if done the right way. It is waste management by recycling. The results are as...
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