How To Have A Beautiful Patio Gazebo

Are you interested in placing a gazebo over your patio? Patio gazebos are an excellent idea for anyone that enjoys spending time outdoors, regardless of the time of year. They will shelter your patio from the rain and wind of the winter, and will also keep you cool during the summer heat. There are many different patio gazebos types available today, and the one that you decide on should depend greatly upon the functionality that you are looking for. First, ask yourself how much space you would like the gazebo to cover. Do you want it to cover your...

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Choosing a Garden that is Perfect for You

If you’re thinking about starting a garden, the first thing you need to consider is what type of garden you will have.  There are many different choices and often it can be hard to pick just one, but hopefully you can narrow it down.  But by narrowing it down, you’ll make the gardening experience easier on yourself and the plants. If all your plants are similar, then it shouldn’t be very hard to care for them all. So here are some of the main garden ideas for you to choose from. If you’re just looking for something to look...

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Five things to consider when planning a garden

Here is a helpful list of five things to consider when planting your garden – they will help you maximize the many wonderful benefits there are to having your very own back yard grocery store. Choose plants and seeds according to what your family likes and eats. If everyone in your household hates greens, then there’s little point in stocking up on spinach and collards seeds. When you’re planning, leave room to succession plant. For a good supply of vegetables right through the summer and fall, you’ll want to plant at roughly two to three week intervals. If you...

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Honey Bees: Natures Best Garden Tool

We gardeners share a love for nature and for the protection of Mother Earth. Some of us just    groan when we hear about this river being polluted or that the frog population decreasing. One such piece of painful news is the decline of the bee population across the globe. Yes, I was afraid of bees when I was a kid and I would screech and run from fear of a bee sting, but little did I know the great contribution that bees provide to health of our gardens and we owe a debt to the service and food they...

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Attracting Beneficial Insects To Your Garden

“Entomophobia—the fear of insects.” Indeed, insects are one of the most feared creatures in the world today. This is understandable considering many of them look creepy. As such, it is not surprising to know that millions of people these days have either an aversion towards them or suffer from entomophobia. However, no matter how scary or bizarre their appearances are, insects are valuable and beneficial to the environment. To be more specific, there are certain types of insects that can help improve the productivity and vitality of your garden. Their contribution to your garden’s vigor—especially in the aspect of...

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Ideas for Choosing Gifts for Gardening Mom

When you are looking for gardening gifts, you need to consider some factors so that you can make the best decision. One of these is the age as well as physical strength of the person you intend to buy the gift for. You need to ensure that they can use the tool you get for them. You can also consider the cost of the tool. There are many functional tools that will do as gifts for gardening mom that do not have to be expensive. You should remember that with gifts it is the thought that counts. A wearable...

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Best 22 Small Garden Ideas For Beginner

Gardening is a great hobby for many people. A small and beautiful garden outside the house can enhance the beauty of the house. Gardening is not a hard task but can give you fun and happiness. Are you a beginner? Then don’t be nervous at all! Here some of the brilliant ideas for gardening for you. These are – You do not have to find a perfect plot of gardening. If you are a beginner start with the container gardening. This is the best way to ensure that the soil is quite fertile and also you can prevent weeds...

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15 Troubleshooting Tips For your Lawn Mower

When it is time to go back to your garden and starting mowing again, it is good to ensure that everything is running properly. In case, you are having problems when it comes starting your lawn mower or any other issues to do with the engine then you have to performing some troubleshooting. Today we have brought you top 15 lawn mower parts troubleshooting guide. Air filters-Lawn mowers have two main types of air filters namely paper and foam filters. Never run your lawn mower without the air filters because you will end up ruining the motor. In addition,...

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12 Lawn Mower Maintenance Tips that Boost up Performance

Regular maintenance of lawn mower can go a long way towards enhancing the performance of the equipment, especially with the difficult conditions landscapers face and the long hours spent mowing in the field. Doing simple tasks such as reading operator’s manual, oiling parts, changing oil and keeping your machine clean, can greatly help boost up its performance. Below are top 12 lawn mower maintenance tips that boost up performance. Fuel Your Lawn Mower Correctly Read the operator’s manual to understand the criteria of adding gasoline and oil into your machine. When retiring the mower for the season, consider using...

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25 Essential Fall Gardening Tips that you Should Know

Do not let the summer mark the end of your gardening activities. There are quite a number of things that you can do to improve and maintain your garden during fall. Listed below are 25 essential fall gardening tips that you should know. Tips for Fall Gardening: 1. Tip number one is to ensure that you pick the right kind of plants for fall season. Some of the crops suited for fall conditions include: radishes, tunips, Swiss chard, carrots among many others. 2. Fall is the perfect time for fertilizing garden plants. Fertilizing during the fall allows your crops...

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