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1. Bird Garden
Bird Garden
Enjoy an early breakfast for two. Just you and your favorite Robin, Finch, Sparrow, or Crossbill. Lazily sip your morning coffee and butter your toast, while a hungry hummingbird friend sips nectar from pink hollyhock blooms Think you couldn't pick just one feathered favorite? Well, don't! Culti...
Home & Garden - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 02:11:58
2. How to build a cold box
Hi, folks. Time for another beautiful spring, full of promise and hope. Down south, we enjoyed such a mild winter that we're planting in situ this year, but for others, it's nearly time to start putting seedlings into cold frames. Cold frames are shelters either simple or complex used to help ...
home-and-garden - Wed, 17 Jul 2013 21:45:12
3. Drawing a Landscape Map
  Maybe the kids have left for college and you're eying that old sandbox as a possible new vegetable garden. Or maybe you just can't escape those prying eyes from next door. Whatever the case, creating a landscape plan can dramatically change the way you look at--and use--your yard. It can be as ...
home-and-garden - Wed, 17 Jul 2013 21:43:59
4. Shrubs
Have small space to plant or little time to garden? Then look no further than a shrub rose. A potted shrub rose blooms from spring well into fall frost. Best of all, it requires little care for year-round color and non-stop blooming! Shrub look beautiful cascading from a hanging basket or spilli...
home-and-garden - Tue, 04 Jun 2013 22:28:43
5. How to plant a butterfly garden
Wondering where all the butterflies have gone? Many of the sunny meadows and fields where most butterflies breed have been usurped by condominiums and shopping malls. To make matters worse, excessive use of backyard pesticides have left these fragile creatures with no safe haven to live and mult...
home-and-garden - Tue, 04 Jun 2013 22:00:08
6. wooden planter boxes
Why not enjoy the color and charm of a window box year round? Here's how you can bring one in from the cold. When the icy, gray skies of winter linger longer than I'd like, I always try to cheer up my house with reminders that warmer days are ahead. And bringing a window-box indoors is the perfe...
home-and-garden - Mon, 13 May 2013 07:39:10
7. Diy centerpieces
Need a little inspiration for your fall table? Just step outside! With a few basic crafting supplies, a little imagination, and the autumn bounty in your backyard, you can create holiday centerpieces that would make Mother Nature proud.
home-and-garden - Mon, 13 May 2013 07:34:17
8. Fragrant garden
Do the fall and winter months find your garden bare and stripped of beauty? Did you spend last season laboring on just spring and summer flowers? Think you couldn't pick just one feathered favorite? Well, don't! Cultivate a Fragrant garden that will attract and sustain a variety of species year ...
home-and-garden - Mon, 06 May 2013 20:25:20
9. Gardening with young children
 Even if they don't grow up to become master gardeners, the moments you share with a child in the garden weaving daisy chains, digging seed beds in the mud, harvesting the vegetables you planted together will last a lifetime. Your relationship will blossom as you both explore and care for your ...
home-and-garden - Mon, 06 May 2013 19:34:16
10. The water garden
Picture yourself on some warm summer night, strolling along a quaint garden path, the only sounds a gentle breeze rustling past bushes and blooms, and the quiet bubbling of a nearby waterfall or fountain. Pause for a moment in front of a weeping willow dressed in hanging lights and admire scarlet...
home-and-garden - Mon, 06 May 2013 19:09:48
11. Plan a Vegetable Garden
  Veg out! Ahh, fresh vegetables: sweet carrots, that succulent squash, crisp lettuce, and the pride of any gardener, those plump, ruby tomatoes plucked right off the vine. If you've been eying your neighbor's plot with envy, we'll show you the simple steps that'll take you from the first shove...
home-and-garden - Mon, 29 Apr 2013 07:12:16
12. How to make a birdhouse
  Spring just wouldn't be the same without the sight and sounds of wild songbirds. If you're wondering how to attract them to your home, start by creating a home of their own. With a little research and the right tools and materials, you can build the perfect birdhouse (or nest box, as they're f...
home-and-garden - Sun, 28 Apr 2013 19:26:58
13. spring flowers images
Yellow! The color of sunshine, the color of butter, the color of the first blooms of spring. After a long gray winter, the cheerful yellows of forsythia and crocus announce the arrival of spring to the gardener hungry for color. Yellow catches the eye over distance, and can be used to draw attent...
home-and-garden - Sun, 28 Apr 2013 05:08:54
14. White flower farm
When it comes to gardening, plants and of course weeding, time seems to vanish. It was my goal to try and have regular garden notes however reality strikes and dealing with the plants becomes more important. At this time of year as we wander through the gardens we come across some very interesti...
home-and-garden - Sat, 27 Apr 2013 22:57:13
15. Benefits of lavender
Lavender is a bushy, branching perennial shrub that produces many spikes of purple flowers during the summer, and can grow three feet tall. It belongs to the Labiatae family, is a Mediterranean native, and comprises a lot of aromatic herbs such as thyme, savory, oregano, peppermint, and sage. The...
home-and-garden - Wed, 24 Apr 2013 20:26:10
16. Repotting HousePlants
A plant cant speak, but luckily you can usually tell whats ailing it by looking for a few warning signs. And signs that a plant is ready for re-potting are some of the easiest to recognize. When your peace lily wilts too quickly after being watered, this is a good indication that it needs to be r...
home-and-garden - Fri, 12 Apr 2013 00:29:59
17. Moon light Garden
A moonlight garden is much more than day blooming flowers lit by the glow of the moon.The setting sun is your invitation to a fairytale world of luminous plants whose dazzling beauty and fragrance remain secret until the last rays of sunlight have slipped past the horizon.
home-and-garden - Sun, 02 Jun 2013 21:01:15

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