Category Archives for Gardening

Elk-Proof

Elk-Proof Fence for Yard and Garden

This double-fence design keeps elk out of yards and gardens. It’s simple, well designed, environmentally friendly, long-lasting, and attractive. Most elk fencing, used in states like Alaska, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and throughout the Southwest, measures 7-8 feet tall. Past experience stipulated that “going to greater heights” was the best way to elk- and deer-proof […]

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How to make a rain chain

How to Make a Simple Rain Chain

Rain chains are a wonderful way to manage water run-off from the home. They are easy to make and beautiful addition to any garden. For a more pleasing alternative to the traditional unsightly drain spouts, try a rain chain. Rain chains, called kusari-doi in Japanese, are decorative garden accessories designed to divert water run-off from […]

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how to choose the right fertilizer

How to Choose the Right Fertilizer for Lawns and Plants

The brands of fertilizer available are often overwhelming. Information about what works best is often flawed. Knowledge yields the best results. Centipede is a popular grass especially in the southeastern U.S. It is low-maintenance, reasonably shade-tolerant, and makes a lush, attractive lawn when given proper care. When it comes to fertilizing many people tend to […]

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How to Grow a Glorious Garden

How to Grow a Glorious Garden

Surround your patio with easy beds of lush and vibrant Supertunia and Phlox ‘Intensia’. – Proven Winners Plants, with permission. Having gorgeous, fragrant blooms in your yard is easier than you think. Now is the perfect time of year to enjoy a new flower garden and, with a little effort, the results will bring pleasure […]

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slugs damage vegetable

How to Stop Slugs from Damaging Your Garden

Slugs are a common garden pest that can prove to be a major risk to young plants. This article aims to help you reduce the number of slugs in your garden. Slugs are one of the biggest threats to your garden when you have young plants. Usually slugs like to eat dead vegetation but they’re […]

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