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  • How to Grow Organic Roses  By : Jon Weaver
    Many people are now getting into growing all things organic. Farmers are doing it with produce and meats, so it is natural that you might want to grow your roses that way also. Many people have problems using the pesticides and insecticides that go along with growing roses and keeping them healthy. Well, now you can use more natural methods of growing your roses.
  • Choosing and Planting Vines in Your Garden  By : Hege Crowton
    Vines can be the quick salvation of the new home owner. Fast-paced annuals will twine up a hastily erected pergola almost before summer starts, providing a cool, fragrant and beautiful awning.
  • What Do You Think You Know About Roses? You Don't  By : frank vanderlugt
    In the 1800's, Napoleon's wife Josephine kept a large rose garden at Chateau de Malmaison, an estate seven miles west of Paris.
  • Geraniums Galore - A Container Garden Delight  By : Mary Hanna
    Mary Hanna explains how to grow geraniums in gardening containers along with all the basics for producing healthy and beautiful plants.
  • How To Climb Roses And Vines With A Trellis  By : John Morris
    Climbing roses and vines are beautiful and visually appealing. The easiest way to achieve this is to use a trellis. Below are 12 helpful tips to get you started...
  • The Weekend Gardener and Compost  By : James Paul
    Composting should be a major part of every weekend gardeners weekend routine.
  • An Eco-Friendly Backyard Garden  By : James Paul
    Have you ever worried about the chemicals you put on your lawn or garden. Have you struggled year after year with brown spots on your lawn? If you have then this is the article for you.
  • Lighting your Garden with Perennial Bulbs  By : Maureen Cook
    Perennial bulbs provide wonderful color in the garden all year round. The vast range available means you can have dramatic, vibrant color or, if you prefer, more muted, restful shades.
  • Tips For Growing Beautiful House Plants Even If You’re A Beginner  By : Mary Hanna
    Mary Hanna has written an article outlining tips and tricks to raising house plants successfully. Using this advice will help in keeping house plants alive inside the house where the atmosphere can be hot and dry.
  • The Basics Of How to Plant Container Gardens  By : Mary Hanna
    All the information you need to know on how to plant Container Gardens. This article will show you how to plant successful and healthy Container Gardens.
  • Start Your Seeds Indoors For A Jump On Spring Planting  By : Mary Hanna
    Mary Hanna has written a guide on how to start your garden indoors by planting seedlings. To get a jump on your spring garden and to avoid frost, follow these simple steps for a gorgeous healthy garden.
  • Herb Gardening Indoors  By : Mary Hanna
    Mary Hanna provides you information on how to grow herbs for enjoyment in your home. The article contains information and how to plant and maintain an herb garden indoors.
  • Water Conservation: Garden Techniques  By : Julien Raynal
    Gardening in areas where there is little rain or rationed water can be challenging and difficult. There are ways however to make the most of what water or rainfall you have.
  • How to Benefit From Indoor Gardening  By : Julien Raynal
    Indoor gardening has many benefits. Indoor plants can brighten a room, provide moisture to the dry indoor winter air, and also supply oxygen during the day.
  • Planning Your Herb Garden The Right Way  By : Mary Hanna
    Planning Your Herb Garden the Right Way gives you a great outline on how to establish a herb garden. These are tips on growing an herb garden either inside or outside. All of the requirements from the planning stage, the growing stage and the harvest stage are addressed here for beginners or pros.
  • How to Enjoy Gardening for Seniors and the Physically Challenged  By : Trevor Kassulke
    Are you in a wheelchair, and long to dig in the dirt or are your knees just starting to age and you are afraid you'll have to give up gardening altogether?
  • Getting a Riding Lawn Mower  By : Charles Kassotis
    The advantages of owning a riding lawnmower.
  • Gardening - All About Mulching  By : ian Williamson
    Mulch is a layer of material spread on top of the soil to conserve soil moisture, discourage the growth of weeds, help prevent erosion and prevent large fluctuations in soil temperature. In other words, mulch modifies the soil micro-climate around your growing plants.
  • Balcony And Patio Gardening – In A Container  By : Jeremy Wycherly
    Container gardening is becoming increasingly popular. Fresh fruits and vegetables can be produced with just a container, some soil-less potting mixture, seeds, fertilizer, sunshine, and water.
  • Grow Your Own Flowers  By : Gregg Hall
    Flower gardening is basically, adorning your garden with flowers. Most gardeners, old and new ones alike, want to go into flower gardening.
  • How To Plan And Layout A Flower Garden  By : Gregg Hall
    A flower garden adds a great deal of variety and beauty to the landscape. Many people find that laying out flower gardens is a very rewarding task. And, while it is possible to create a very attractive flower garden without planning it out first, it is much more efficient, in the way of saving time and money, to make a plan for what you would like in your flower garden.
  • How To Choose Garden Flowers  By : Gregg Hall
    You will want flowers for cutting and flowers for contributing gaiety and charm to your grounds. The aim of the successful gardener is to have a succession of flowers from early spring to late fall.
  • Growing A Brush Cherry Bonsai In Your Garden  By : Lee Dobbins
    Learn about planting, watering, fertilizing and pruning the Brush Cherry Bonsai.
  • Covered Garden Bridges Have Long Lifespans  By : Kathy Moran
    For two hundred years, covered bridges have sparked fascination, imagination, and admiration across the nation. Nostalgic symbols of a more innocent time, they have been the subjects of debate over the years. Many theories have been put forth about w
  • Covered Garden Bridges Cross Over to 21st Century  By : Kathy Moran
    When Philadelphia Judge Richard Peters proposed the very first covered bridge in 1804, he had no way of knowing what he was starting. Besides causing a wellspring of folklore about the reasons for covering the bridge, it also led to multiple uses for covered bridges, beyond travel across streams. Today, covered bridges spark nostalgia for a simpler, more innocent time. At, you can customize your own gorgeous covered bridge in three simple steps, choosing from a variety of sizes, styles, materials, and accessories.
  • Winter Gardening Indoors  By : Holly Lawrens
    Even though it's not spring, summer or fall doesn't mean you have to give up gardening. You can enjoy your green thumb by growing things in the winter as well. Gardening in the winter involves enjoying plants indoors - on window sills and near windows. Some plants do go into a sleep during the colder winter months - their blossoms fall off and their leaves turn brown. There are several things you can do to encourage full green foliage and lush blossoms throughout the winter months. All it takes is a bit of practice and patience.
  • Picnic Tables Are Still In Style After Labor Day  By : Kathy Moran
    Although most people have been used to storing their picnic tables during the winter, because of some of the improvements in wood treatments, as well as the introduction of many new, synthetic materials, some modern tables may be left outside all year long. In addition to cedar, pine, oak, and teak tables, has picnic tables made from virtually indestructible vinyl, polywood, thermoplastic-coated steel, aluminum, and fiberglass picnic tables.
  • Tips On Taking Care of Your Tulips  By : Hugo Bolzonello
    Tulips are from Holland, right? Not exactly. Tulips are actually from Turkey. Tulip means Turban in Turkish. Regardless of the orgin of Tulips they are a beautiful flower that people of many backgrounds enjoy.
  • The Well-Seasoned Gazebo  By : Kathy Moran
    No longer simply backyard decorations, gazebos are now found in front yards, side yards, and public parks, overlooking rivers, lakes, and ponds, standing alone, or integrated with decks. As its popularity increases, people keep coming up with new use
  • Make My Home Like Paradise - Home Gardening  By : Jasmine Yap
    Gardening brings us closer to nature which gives us a sense of peace and tranquility so desperately needed in this hectic lifestyle of the present time. It offers us a form of retreat from the outside world, as we can enjoy the quietness and serenity of the garden.

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