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Dec
12
2014

Join the Urban Homesteading Revolution

7 Reasons to Join the Urban Homesteading Revolution More than anything, urban homesteading is a state of mind. It turns us from customers which are detached from where our food as well as personal belongings come from into manufacturers which utilize our hands to make a few of what we need to live. The majority of us have little wish to be as self-dependent as the original homesteaders had to be and the back-to-the-landers strived […]

Dec
3
2014

Cleaning a Patio

Cleaning a Patio

A patio can be the difference between a dull backyard and a full-of-life outdoor entertaining space. Particularly in spring and summer when the weather is nicer and the sun is shining, the patio is a perfect place to sit outside and relax. But after lack of use in the colder months, the patio can require some seriously cleaning before it is presentable again. Patio cleaning during a big garden tidy up is an effective way […]

Aug
25
2014

Top Ten Amazing Flowers & Facts about Flowers

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Aug
19
2014

Landscaping Tips for Beginners

Landscaping Tips for Beginners

If you happen to have never dealt with your landscaping needs beyond simple mowing of grass, then you will likely be overwhelmed by all the choices you have to make ahead of you. The principles used in room design will need to be applied in one form or another when it comes to landscaping as well. The tips ahead will give you a better idea about the things you can do to make it happen: […]

Jul
20
2014

Build a Vegetable garden at Home

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Jun
10
2014

How to make a Herb Garden

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This article is contributed by Amy Huntley, Author at Healtheries You’ll need Pot Some potting mix/soil Herbs (such as basic, thyme, mint and sage) How to make your herb garden If you have some stones or gravel, put about an inch in the bottom of the pot, make sure there is a hole in the pot for drainage. Fill the pot up with soil, stopping about 2 inches from the top. Moisten the soil with water. […]

May
26
2014

10 Spring Gardening Tips

10 Spring Gardening Tips

This article is Contributed by Alice Clarke. She is passionate Home maintenance and DIY home decor enthusiast. Presently she is mostly into gardening and landscape projects. Get some more valuable information for your home here. Springtime is the perfect time to work on your garden allowing you greater freedom of movement. The following tips will give you better understanding of what you can do in that time: Order summer-flowering seeds and bulbs, such as lilies, […]

May
11
2014

Spring Soil Preparation Tips

Spring Soil Preparation Tips

This article is contributed by Ella Andrews on behalf of deep cleaning Wimbledon.  As the spring sunlight streams through clouds and over plants around the world, its rays become stronger and warm. As the winter snow has finally disappeared, we finally have a chance to pull out the gardening tools and to begin our work on reclaiming that which winter has hidden from view for the past months. When is the best time to start working […]

Apr
28
2014

Tips for Pruning Plants

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Are you pruning the plants properly? Pruning helps in stimulating the plant growth, improve the plant strength and shape. Pruning encourages the plant’s fruit-bearing / flowering abilities. The following tips will help you in pruning habit: When is the right time to prune? Late – winter is the time to prune fruit trees; evergreens and summer-flowering shrubs and perennials, before they leaf out. Dead or diseased wood can be removed at any time. Deadheading of […]

Mar
22
2014

How to Encourage Beneficial Bugs into Your Garden

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This Article is contributed by Daniel Mackie, co-owner of Greenleaf Pest Control. He  is a Toronto pest control expert well-known as an industry go-to guy, an innovator of safe, effective pest control solutions, and is a regular guest on HGTV. Mackie, along with business partner Sandy Costa, were the first pest control professionals in Canada to use detection dogs and thermal remediation for the successful eradication of bed bugs. In his free time, he is an avid […]

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