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Making the Right Choice with Greenhouse Staging

Making the Right Choice with Greenhouse Staging

When it comes to introducing a greenhouse to your garden, you have so many different things to consider. From knowing which part of the garden receives the most sunlight throughout the day, to the warmest and best areas for ventilation. These elements may seem small, but each are huge contributing […]

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Pushing Through the Ice – Five Flourishing Tips For Cold-Climate Gardening

Pushing Through the Ice – Five Flourishing Tips For Cold-Climate Gardening

Whether you live in a cold climate or you’re in an area that is about to turn icy just for the winter, there’s no reason that you can’t have a flourishing garden. With cold-climate gardening, you need to have a few tips and tricks up your sleeve, however. We’ve put […]

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6 Of The Best Indoor Plants That Purify the Air

6 Of The Best Indoor Plants That Purify the Air

This is a small list of the best and most aromatic plants that will help you refresh the air at home. All bad odours and air pollutions will disappear with no efforts and the levels of carbon dioxide will become lower. Some of these plants are also a natural repellent […]

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Evergreen Trees and What They Can Do for Your Garden

Evergreen Trees and What They Can Do for Your Garden

Decidous trees and plants lose their foliage and leaves at certain times of the year such as in the winter, evergreen trees keep their foliage and have leaves all year round. Evergreen trees do lose their leaves but they lose them gradually, unlike deciduous trees evergreens do not lose all […]

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5 Landscaping Elements That Will Change the Appearance of Your Backyard

5 Landscaping Elements That Will Change the Appearance of Your Backyard

Proper landscaping actually brightens up your customer’s property and does a few more things that you might not realize. Because landscaping often uses cooler colors, you get the sense that you’re stepping out into an oasis when you take in a well-maintained lawn. Landscaping is cooler in another way as […]

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Top 5 Tips that Saves Money when Gardening.

Top 5 Tips that Saves Money when Gardening.

With regards to gardening and dealing with the home compound, as much as individuals come about into conveying the action themselves, an extraordinary number of individuals need enough knowledge and information while in transit to go about it and wind up utilizing huge entireties of money instead of their objective […]

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How to De-clutter the Garden from A to Z

How to De-clutter the Garden from A to Z

De-cluttering some of the largest rooms of the house is always overwhelming, but it is essential to keep your house in a good-looking condition, even when it comes to the outdoor areas. The garden or the backyard usually cover such a large area that you may think even a good […]

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Growing Your Own Vegetables in the Garden

Growing Your Own Vegetables in the Garden

It is arguable that the actual saving through growing your own vegetables in a small garden is marginal. Perversely, the saving may be greater in the countryside since the distributive system favours vast areas of population and often results in cheaper and more plentiful vegetables in towns. Naturally, the more […]

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Heating a Greenhouse During The Winter

Heating a Greenhouse During The Winter

In climates where frost is severe or prolonged, heat is needed unless the greenhouse is to remain empty throughout the winter. Where winters are not severe, however, it is worth looking at the limitations of a cold greenhouse. From about mid-spring to late autumn, all the plants that need cold […]

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13 Types of Green Waste

13 Types of Green Waste

Green waste is composed of biodegradable garden or park waste. Hedge trimmings, grass and flower cuttings, domestic and commercial food waste are all good examples for green waste. The green waste should not be mistaken for brown waste, since there is a significant difference-while the brown waste is primarily carbonaceous, the green waste […]

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It Starts With A Pot

It Starts With A Pot

This is a campaign launched in the summer of 2014 in the UK called “It Starts With A Pot” which encouraged residents to start growing their own veg, herbs and encouraging wildlife into their garden. It was an important campaign that had a strong message, all of these amazing things […]

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Clever ways to cleanup a yard in the spring

Clever ways to cleanup a yard in the spring

Although it might seem like cleaning up your backyard is time consuming and mostly requires a lot of effort, it does not have to be. If you manage to clean it regularly, and if you divide the chores into bite-size activities, then you can quickly and efficiently clean up your […]

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