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Astroturf and Turf Cleats

In our rapidly changing sports entertainment universe, there have been a multitude of revisions processed on several sports....More...

Growing Salvia Plants: Do It Yourself

Growing your own salvia divinorum plant can be a bit of a difficult task because of the salvia plants unique features. Salvia divinorum is a cultigen, meaning it no longer exists in the wild and ... ...More...

Strawberry Plants - A Greater Planting Choice

One of the best loved fruits in many parts of the globe is strawberries. There is no deny that almost everyone, no subject what race, age, or nationality, would love to take this delectable fruit. Another great thing about strawberries is that they aren't only delicious but are also uncomplicat...More...

How to Use Worm Castings

There are so many things that you can do with worm castings. But first off, you'll have to know how these are made before you go right ahead to using them on your garden or farm (the how to use factor that is). Now as an introduction, worm castings are recognized as the most valuable kind of fe...More...

All About Hydroponic Gardening?

Understanding hydroponics is not that difficult really. It is a system whereby plants are grown suspended in nutrient infused water, rather than in soil. It is just a different way of growing plants t...More...

Four Points to Consider When Composting

Adding compost to your vegetable garden is one of the best things you can do for your soil and your plants. Here are some points to consider before you jump into creating your own....More...

Wildflower Gardening - Bring The Jungle Home

Gardeners may sometimes undertake the challenge to grow a wild flower garden instead of a normal garden. Wild flowers are sturdy plants and require less maintenance, so one can decide to grow a wildflower garden instead of a well-manicured summer garden....More...

Why Are Seedless Vascular Plants Important?

Today's seedless vascular plants are descended from some of the oldest organisms in the world. This category includes the most familiar type, the true ferns, as well as such beautiful specimens as horsetail ferns, whisk ferns, scouring rushes and club moss. Belonging to four classes--Pterophyta, Psi...More...

Grow Your Own Vegetables

My relationship with growing vegetables is a bit varied to say the least. My first attempt at an allotment wasn't bad albeit I was 11 years old and way too focussed on potatoes but the second attempt failed when in clearing the ground we found a small motor boat buried on the plot and I just di...More...

The Hosta - A Shade Loving Perennial

My first introductions to Hostas were four small green and white clumps edging a small section of my mother-in-law's driveway.I was not terribly impressed, they looked more like scraggly lettuce plants with a few sticks growing out of the middle plus their size never seemed to change from year ...More...

Movable Garden Statues

Choosing a garden statue can be a challenge if you are not sure what type of material you want your statue to be made of....More...

Is Wood Ash Good for Your Garden?

From a green perspective, burning wood is a good ways to heat your home. Whether using a woodstove or fireplace that burns sticks of wood and create copious quantities of ash, or a wood pellet stove that creates little ash, you can usually put that ash to good use in the garden....More...

Windowboxes One Way to Make a Beautiful Garden

Windowboxes are ideal way to garden. They are easy to install, simple to plant and most of all fun to take care for. They do not require tedious and endless hour of digging, bending, and ... ...More...

Small Garden Ideas & Plans

There are no such things as small gardens, only small-minded gardeners.Jupiterimages/Comstock/Getty ImagesJust because you're working in a limited garden space doesn't mean that your garden can't be as beautiful or healthy as its larger counterparts. Work with what you have rather than......More...

How to Buy an Energy Efficient Pond Heater

Energy efficiency is all the rage, across a range of technical and mechanised products with a view to cashing in on the heightened awareness around the environment and global warming....More...