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Hungry Planet Infographic

Hungry Planet Infographic

This Infographic shows how much hungry is our planet. Its about our ecosystem, top ten energy-hungry countries, top ten calorie hungry countries and top ten trash hungry countries. Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for wordpress.

How To Make Your Garden Look Beautiful During Winter

How To Make Your Garden Look Beautiful During Winter

This article is contributed by Eric. He  work at Millrace Garden Centre. Outside of work he is  a keen gardener and love growing interesting veggies, perfect for cooking. With a little preparation and planning, winter can be a great time to enjoy your garden. Despite the harsh weather many plants thrive from November to February,…

How to Grow Onions Indoor

How to Grow Onions Indoor

Onions are easy to grow both outdoors and inside.  If you don’t have the space for a garden outside, you can grow them  indoors. You can even have an endless supply of them if you do it just right since onions are a cut and come again vegetable.  (they will regrow from the original stock with roots.)…

Soil Enhancement

Soil Enhancement

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Attractive and Modern Outdoor Furniture for Your Garden

Attractive and Modern Outdoor Furniture for Your Garden

This article is contributed by Chirston Meltdown. Chirston has well experience in furniture products like sofas, sectionals, couches and loveseats. There’s no greater joy than spending the lazy afternoons or weekends right in the comfort of your home, spending quality time with the ones you love. Take out your grilling stuff, some beer, meat and tomatoes and…

Why go green with pest control ?

Why go green with pest control ?

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How To Celebrate With Beautiful Online Flowers

How To Celebrate With Beautiful Online Flowers

This article is contributed by Jacquelinef.gilchrist. She is a flower extraordinaire and is famous for her online flower business, flowersnext, that supplies the freshest flowers at the doorsteps. She also writes about all kinds of flowers and their various benefits. Acquiring blossoms on the web is probably the most practical, safe as well as stress-free way to…

Planting a Climbing Rose

Planting a Climbing Rose

Do you want natural rose fragrance in your garden and inside your home? Just follow the process for planting a Climbing Rose in the Ground and Pot. 1. Rose roots requires loose soil and lots of room, so you should dig about a two foot deep by two foot wide hole. 2. Before depositing the…

Children: Which Plants to Avoid

Children: Which Plants to Avoid

This article is contributed by Emma Trevisani. She runs a Blackheath cleaning service company but she spend most of her summer spare time in her private garden. Bright colours, shiny leaves, tempting little fruits – all this makes some plants an irresistible attraction, especially for children, who discover the world by looking, touching, smelling and…

Know Your Birth Flowers

Know Your Birth Flowers

Did you know that every month has a birth flower attached to it? Birth month flowers are those flowers that over the centuries have come to represent certain months. Like people, each birth flower is distinctive – filled with significance and diverse stories. So whether you’re looking for a creative way to celebrate someone’s birthday…

Why, How and What to Compost

Why, How and What to Compost

Composting is one of the most important aspects of gardening. Proper and regular composting can make your garden look healthy and beautiful by adding useful nutrients of the soil. Here is an infographic from Avant Garden Decor on the what, why and how of composting. Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for…

Wildflower Gardening

Wildflower Gardening

For effective wildflower gardening, it is important to choose the appropriate location for your garden.These flowers sometimes are not intentionally planted or seeded but grow due to certain environmental conditions. Such wildflowers are today sold in the seed packets making the term “wildflower” appear vague.The trend of growing such wild flowers is increasing in flower…

Five Habits of A Successful Gardener

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‘Great gardeners aren’t born—they’re developed slowly over time.’   Gardening is not only a relaxing activity for many people but also a great way to take control of your own food need. It is a step towards organic eating and lowering your carbon intake. Thus one needs to know its precise ways and means for…

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