How To Easily Turn Your Garden Organic

30 March 2012

Organic produce tends be both healthier and better tasting than regular produce. So instead of purchasing organic produce, why not try growing your own? This article will get you started with the knowledge you need construct your personal organic garden. One way to help your organic garden thrive is to leave an undeveloped area that […]

Home security benefits

25 March 2012

One of the most important aspects of any home is its security. It is very important that homes, especially where families live, be secured against all forms of dangers and threats to both life and property. Most people long to purchase and on their own homes. It is a great dream and desire of many […]

What Is All Of The Buzz About Organic Gardening?

25 March 2012

No doubt you are familiar with organic foods, or at least know what they are. It’s important to know which products are organic and which are not. They have different packaging and are more expensive. Follow the advice given here, and learn exactly how to grow organic produce at home. Your soil will be healthier […]

Orchid Disease – Bacteria and Fungi

15 March 2012

All orchids, whether in cultivation in a greenhouse, in a tropical garden or even in their wild state, can be subject to various fungal or bacterial infections. They are particularly troublesome in seedling houses, where once a rot starts to infect a seed tray it will quickly spread to the rest of the plants. If […]

Backyard from heaven

18 February 2012

How to Grow Masdevallia Orchids

28 September 2011

Masdevallia is a huge genera which contains many species with a wide diversity of flowers. They are all native to the Americas, the majority found at high altitudes in the coastal range of mountains in Brazil or in the Andes, and as far north as the rainforests of Mexico. They are generally small, tufted plants […]

Different types of garden furniture available at K&Co

20 July 2011

If you are looking to transform your outside space there are many ways you can do it, and plants are always the easiest option. You can change the look and feel of a garden, whether you plant colourful flowers in the boarders or change from grass to gravel. But the biggest impact on outside space […]

Magic garden of the Castle Markizyak

15 April 2011

The main attraction of the city Vezak in the Dordogne region is considered a lock Markizyak multifaceted garden. Sculptural landscape around the castle was created with the end of the seventeenth century. Above a pictures valley at an altitude of 200 meters planted thousands of shrubs boxwood. Vegetation determines the geometry of the garden and […]

Dwarf Pomegranate bonsai for unique garden

27 March 2011

Bonsai is one of few plants which are used by millions of people to decorate their house and gardens. Even some people have this as a hobby. Of late we are seeing a growing interest in the bonsai growing nature. Bonsai designs, if it followed very religiously and implemented can win you a fantastic look […]

Kirstenbosch garden counts in the top most excellent botanical gardens

24 March 2011

In order to celebrate the abundant plant life found in South Africa, Kirstenbosch botanical garden was established in the year of 1913. Capturing some of the most beautiful scenes of Cape Town Mountains, this garden offers some excellent yet exciting walks. During the entire summer at nights there are various outdoor concerts organized at Kirstenbosch […]

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Flower Gardening

Tips for Growing Orchids in Greenhouses

Posted on 29 April 2012

To enable the most suitable environment to be created for your orchids, the best place to keep them is in a greenhouse. By devoting the whole area to orchids, you can concentrate on getting the conditions just right. If you are starting from scratch, there are many different greenhouse designs from which to choose; select […]

Front Garden

How to Design a Butterfly Garden?

Posted on 23 March 2011

With all the different kinds of gardens around, you would find the butterfly garden the most beautiful and attractive because there is no such aspiring things available in the nature as butterflies are. They are compelling and not just that, having a butterfly garden would be beneficial because this way you can have a place […]


Garden on a Budget

Posted on 09 January 2011

Gardening is often talked about as being a great thing for saving money. Growing your own vegetables, fruit and flowers can save money as it is cheaper than buying them. However, if you are just starting out and have no equipment then it can be rather costly. You may need to buy pots, tools, compost, […]


Messed up with the lawn seeds and weed seeds

Posted on 27 June 2014

An interesting couple of photos were sent our way. According to the story, the community workers have messed up with the lawn seeds and weed seeds in Krasnoyarsk, Russia. In spring, when they planted the seeds, it all looked nice and green, but later when it went all the way through – and in some […]

Organic Garden

Growing Organic Raspberries

Posted on 15 February 2012

Growing organic raspberries let you avail two big advantages; you can eat the berries and the leaves will be good for tea. Raspberry is a great fruit and consuming even a single raspberry means taking benefits of many fruits through one. Raspberries tend to grow at their best in areas where it stays mild in […]

Vegetable Plants

Growing Horseradish

Posted on 02 May 2011

Grow in cool climates in rich, moist soil. Dig one root at a time to use when it’s fresh and hot. Horseradish root looks like an old dog bone. You can make horseradish sauce by peeling the root and blending it with vinegar. Grind together three parts horseradish cubes with one part white vinegar and […]