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  • Greenhouse Supplies Necessary for Your Growing Success By Margo Lalonde
    There are a variety of greenhouse supplies that can help you provide your plants with a healthy growing environment. Used properly, they can make your .... preserve the optimal growing conditions in your greenhouse. They are readily available online and are generally easy to install and use. Happy Growing!

  • Hydroponics - Why Choose This Instead Of Classic Gardening? By Ionel Roman
    Hydroponic gardening is the new way of gardening and is fast replacing the old school farming techniques as beginner and skilled gardeners alike understand .... done through fans or air conditioning units. This not only helps diminish the wetness, but it also aids your plants convert carbon monoxide to oxygen.

  • Some Fine Ferns By Joshua Ellison
    Ferns are something of a British institution, being one of the most common members of most of our forest and woodland based eco systems. Ferns are also .... share the common characteristic of vulnerability to the elements, remember, they also share another which is key to your reason to plant them - beauty.

  • The Veg of Tomorrow, Sown Today By Joshua Ellison
    Being the month of May, we each of us have an opportunity now to begin sowing new crops in time for a summer harvest, more specifically salad and vegetable .... tell crops from weeds, and depending on the space youíve allocated, group plants according to soil condition and the synchronicity of their germination.

  • Bamboozled! By Joshua Ellison
    A short time ago, in our review about the RHS London flower show, we talked about the value of natural screening in the garden and this week we wanted .... grey quality during autumn and winter. They need a loam based soil and prefer it well-drained and acidic. Eventual height 4 - 8ms, and spread 1.5 - 2.5ms.

  • The Return of the Butterflies By Joshua Ellison
    You may remember some time ago we published an article covering the necessity of a healthy butterfly population to the British ecosystem, that due to particularly .... humanity and subsequently agricultural or urban development. So, if you do have an area to can give over to wildlife Ė do it and then let them get on with it!

  • RHS Cardiff Show By Joshua Ellison
    A couple of weeks ago began the years first major garden show, courtesy of the people of Cardiff and of the RHS and the Cardiff Flower Show is as much .... pachyclados, Sedum and Alternanthera and, for their innovative use, garners my favouritism for the show. All in all, a great show. Roll on Chelsea!

  • The Ides of Spring By Joshua Ellison
    Due to the uncharacteristically wet springs we have suffered in recent years (although not so much the early part of this year), our blossom trees have .... derives as much from the fruit as from the blossom itself, which in early autumn appears a tawny gold colour and is both beautiful and highly fragrant.

  • Choosing a Lawnmower By Joshua Ellison
    While mowing the lawn may seem a mundane and at times trying task, it needn't be. Indeed the maintenance of a fresh, emerald swath can be extremely .... you might consider the use of a good old-fashioned scythe - just don't sport black while you're swinging it or you might scare the neighbours!

  • How Garden Landscapers Can Use Garden Decking to Make Your Green Spaces Great By Deborah Wilkinson
    Great gardens let you enjoy your open spaces without having to do too much work. Garden landscapers can direct and control your green spaces so you can .... before, your free hours should be spent in total relaxation. With a decking installation, you can enjoy the weather and the greenery whenever you like.

  • Donít Soil Your Chances By Joshua Ellison
    The importance of soil types in the different areas of your garden cannot be overstated, as the ph level (alkalinity versus acidity), density and moisture .... Sand-Cytisus, Tulipa, Lavatera Loam-Wisteria, Erythronium, Delphinium Chalk-Syringa, Weigela, Dianthus Silt-Mahonia, Phormium, Nicotiana alata

  • Can a Portable Greenhouse Be a Benefit to Your Backyard? By Margo Lalonde
    Yes, it can! Whether you are a novice gardener or an avid experienced grower, you can find a multitude of uses for a portable greenhouse. If you choose .... So gather your thoughts, dreams and imagination and take a look for that perfect portable greenhouse and put those plans into reality! Happy growing!

  • Emeralds and Evergreens By Joshua Ellison
    Green is the colour on the agenda this week and, with the last frosts of spring soon to be behind us, we can expect a lot more of it in the coming months .... there are a thousand others that didnít. Thus, consider this a thread that only needs pulling in order to discover a world of variety in the colour green.

  • Golden Rules For Growing Vegetables In Containers By Stella Dawson
    Is it possible to have your own vegetable garden if you do not have a backyard or garden in your home? Absolutely! Growing vegetables in containers is .... labor and to share it with your loved ones. Indoor vegetable gardening is such a pleasure when you have the know-how and tips to grow a bountiful harvest.

  • Terraces and paved Gardens. By Ian George
    One of the aims of garden planning is to associate the garden with the house so that one unit is created. The garden, viewed through a window, should be .... troughs and hanging baskets. 'Where space allows, a small, low pool, set off-centre, makes an attractive feature, planted with one or two water lilies.

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