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How to Switch to a Greener Lifestyle

How to Switch to a Greener Lifestyle

This article is contributed by E3 Man and Van. People are becoming more and more aware of the state the Earth is currently in. Which means that they start changing their daily habits in order to give their contribution to preserving our planet’s health. Adding the financial recession, the need of going green is bigger than…

Flower Gardening for The Summer Season

flower gardening

This article is contributed by expert movers. More and more people are starting to grow their own flowers in their very own back yard/front yard or flower pots/baskets. A beautiful garden can and will never go a miss and the personal feeling of a sense of achievement after your flowers have grown is indescribable. Professional…

How to Beautify Your Garden with Rattan Furnitures

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This article is contributed by Ferenc Maker of Rattan Garden Furnitures, UK. Nothing enhances the beauty and attractiveness of a home than a beautifully landscaped garden. Some homeowners take their garden landscaping serious and even hire professional landscapers to help out. It is a worthy investment especially because a home should be as welcoming as…

How to Shift Plants to Your New House

Moving Your Plants

This article is contributed by Canary Wharf Moving Homes. Moving houses is definitely a delicate business, regardless of what a lot of folks think. Especially if you have to move along with specific items that require both special attention and certain packing/moving techniques. Such special objects are the houseplants. Nothing can make one’s home warmer…

Spring Cleaning your Garden

Spring Cleaning Your Garden

This article is contributed by Angela H. of Earls court Cleaning   As soon as the first of the spring flowers show up or the snow is almost melted away you will most likely feel the urge to clean up the leaves that were accumulated before the snowfall. One thing you should do before that…

How to Grow Daffodils in Your Garden

How to Grow Daffodils in Your Garden

This article is contributed by Angela Harpert of Flowershops.co.uk. Daffodils are classified as Narcissus, with the name deriving from ancient Greek. The myth of the young, vane and beautiful man Narcissus is known all over the world. Daffodils are plants that grow from bulbs in spring. The production is a great addition to one’s garden…

Moving your Plants and Gardening Tools

Moving Your Plants and Gardening Tools

This article is contributed by our guest author Angela HArpert of Handymoves.co.uk   Moving day is here and you are ready to hit the road and head to your future home. But what about the garden you have provided with such good care? You can’t simply leave it behind just like that after all the…

Limiting Winter Damage to Your Garden and Yard

Frozen Berries

This helpful article is contributed by our guest author Daniel Feinstein. Daniel lives outside of toronto with his wife and two children, He works for Greenbloom Landscaping and regularly contributes articles and blog posts to their website.   Living in Toronto and working in the landscaping, I have a great deal of experience in dealing…

How to Grow Plants From Cuttings

Taking and growing Cuttings

This informative article is contributed by our guest contributor Angela Harpert from sendflowers.org. Taking cuttings is the most cost efficient way of breeding plants and flowers, a plant grown from a cutting is basically an exact replica of the plant it came from. With a bit of knowledge and a lot of patience, you can…

How to Grow Your Own Impatiens

How to Grow Your Own Impatiens

This article is contributed by one of our readers Angela Harpert.     Impatiens are very common amongst gardeners. They are a popular garden flower commonly used for hedging. They can also be found in window boxes or hanging baskets, due to their attractive, colourful appearance. The good thing about Impatiens is that they can…

History of the Lawn Mower

History of the Lawn Mower

Did you know that the lawn mower was first invented in 1827 by Edwin budding and looked like this?   This design was patented in 1830. Since then, the lawn mower has seen numerous makeover and improvements culminating finally, to the gas and electric mowers that we are well aware of. The infographic (shared via…

Global Food Shortage and Wastage [Infographic]

World Food Crisis

Currently, 1 billion people on earth don’t have enough food to eat. Clearly, our world is facing the worst food crisis ever. But whats even troublesome is the fact that an enormous amount of food is wasted by countries that have more than what they need. We can better feed our future generation simply by…

Advanced Guidelines for Cutting Flowers

Advanced Guidelines for Cutting Flowers

This guest post has been written on behalf of flowerdeliver.org.uk Selecting the Proper Flowers Picking the right flowers to cut and take for your home is a tricky business if you truly want for the flowers to grow and stay alive for as long as possible. You have to make sure they are clean and…

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