While garden design can be very complicated, understanding the basics of asymmetrical garden design can simplify the entire process. Even newcomers to the garden cane learn how to create an asymmetrical garden. This article will help get you started.
Succulents are enjoying immense popularity as party favors, particularly as wedding take away gifts. If you have been to a wedding lately, you may have come away with an Echeveria ‘Arctic Ice’ succulent, but how do you care for it? This article will help.
While the flavor offered by many cultivars of basil may vary greatly, some growers prefer the strong taste of more traditional basil types. One such basil, called Napoletano, is prized for its spicy taste as well as its large green leaves. You can learn about it here.
What are woodland tulips? These are 16th century heirloom plants with bright yellow flowers perfect for wildflower meadows as well as garden beds. For information about growing woodland tulips, including tips on woodland tulip care, click this article.
With issues such as drought and water conservation at the forefront of many of our minds, it’s important to accurately assess the water needs of orchards. Luckily, there are tools available to help manage these crops. Learn how to use a pressure bomb for trees here.
There are many creative garden ideas out in the world. One of the most family friendly and fun is making cement planters. The materials needed are easy to get and the cost is minimal, but the results are as varied as your imagination. Learn the basics in this article.
One disease that affects both small and large crops is corn head smut, a serious fungal disease of corn. For more information about corn head smut, as well as options for treating corn head smut in the garden, the following article will help.
Prolific bloomers they are, but gladiolus plants falling over is not uncommon. Staking gladiolus plants will keep their brightly colored heads from dipping or breaking, and there are any number of items that can be used as gladiolus plant stakes. Learn more here.
Many gardeners prefer to construct DIY cold frames from repurposed windows. Making cold frames from windows is relatively easy with a few basic woodworking tools. Click this article to learn the basics of how to make cold frames out of windows.
Imagine a cool autumn evening, when your garden still looks beautiful but the air is crisp and too cold to enjoy. What if you had a crackling fire to sit next to as you sipped a glass of wine or a hot cider? A garden fireplace is all you need to enjoy this idyllic scene. Learn more here.
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