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Log Cabins for Sale - A Possibility to Have Your Own Piece of the Nature

Log Cabins for Sale - A Possibility to Have Your Own Piece of the Nature

Today we have become a concrete jungle residents. Cities are crowded with people and green color turned into grey very fast. We all understand that times have changed and citizens started to appreciate the nature ...
How to Keep a Lawn Green in Phoenix

How to Keep a Lawn Green in Phoenix

Lawn maintenance is crucial, especially in a location where it is hot and dry, like Phoenix, Arizona. By taking the time to periodically feed your lawn and enrich it with natural buffers, it will grow healthy and stay green. While there are all sorts of lawn treatments available in gardening stores
Green Lawn Care That Is Chemical Free

Green Lawn Care That Is Chemical Free

If you want to live more green and be in harmony with the environment with your lawn care, you will need to give it some planning and forethought. Gaining a better understanding of weeds and grass as plants will help you to achieve your goal.
How to Make Cast Stone

How to Make Cast Stone

Cast stone is basically molded cement. There are different levels of finesse that differentiate high-quality work from regular home projects. Commercial producers use beautiful molds and computer-generated coloring to produce a very natural stone. However, if you are interested in trying your hand a
Ideas for Flower Gardens

Ideas for Flower Gardens

Make your garden spectacular by implementing many different ideas.Flower Garden image by Pear admin from Fotolia.comA flower garden can make your yard an attractive and inviting place to sit and enjoy a morning cup of coffee or to host parties in. You can find ideas regarding your garden...
Types of Organic Fertilizers and Compost

Types of Organic Fertilizers and Compost

If you do not use chemicals and just try to fertilize your plants the organic way it can prove to be a pretty difficult task. Chemical fertilizers are definitely more convenient. Most of them come in a form that must be mixed with water followed by being sprayed on the plants. But organic gardeners
How Much Horse Manure Fertilizer to Use

How Much Horse Manure Fertilizer to Use

If you have your own horse, you also have an endless supply of free, top-quality fertilizer. Horse manure can be an excellent fertilizer for your garden, but it is important to use the right amount. Using too much horse manure could harm your plants, while using too little could leave them without t
Organic Herb Garden - Growing Healthy Herbs For A Healthier Life

Organic Herb Garden - Growing Healthy Herbs For A Healthier Life

Setting up an organic herb garden is testimony to treating nature as an ally instead of fighting it with chemicals and pesticides. Herbs are intrinsically healthy and we are better off letting them grow in their natural settings to reap their remarkable rewards.
Book Review: Felder Rushing's "Slow Gardening"

Book Review: Felder Rushing's "Slow Gardening"

Colleen Vanderlinden reviews Felder Rushing's "Slow Gardening."
How to Take Care of Plant Cuttings

How to Take Care of Plant Cuttings

Rooting cuttings of a favorite plant is an ideal way to multiply it so that you or others can enjoy it more fully. Once you know how to take care of plant cuttings, you can use the technique to replicate plants found in gardens of family members and friends without having to spend money on new plant
Seed Bearing Herbs

Seed Bearing Herbs

Lavender produces seeds with its purple flowers.lavender image by Alison Bowden from Fotolia.comMost herbs bear seeds that gardeners can collect and use for seasoning in food, replant more herbs with or sell to other gardeners. Some popular seed bearing herbs include rosemary, basil,...
Mycorrhizae - A Classical Soil Organism

Mycorrhizae - A Classical Soil Organism

Mycorrhizae is very precise fungi for all garden makers as it provides incomparable functionality.
Buying Downspout Extensions Made Convenient

Buying Downspout Extensions Made Convenient

Buy Downspout Extension 4 Ft that is designed for covering flowerbeds and small walkways.
November in the Vegetable Garden

November in the Vegetable Garden

November in the vegetable garden and winter is beginning to take hold. Beds that were filled with late season produce are now laid bare, stems of runner beans have died off twisted around their supports and the greenhouse is all but emptied. However, there will be a few winter crops growing strong.
Books on Maintaining Shrubs

Books on Maintaining Shrubs

Whether formal or informal, well-maintained shrubs are the foundation of landscaping.shore acres image by pearlguy from Fotolia.comGardeners and landscape professionals often refer to shrubs as the backbone of any good landscape design. They provide height, shape and texture, and can...
Landscapes-Distinct Features of Land

Landscapes-Distinct Features of Land

The term Landscape, was first established in 1598, and it was derived from Dutch vocabulary of words which meant painter in 16th century, during the era when Dutch painters were one of the early inventors ...
My Sprinkler Head Was Broken by My Lawnmower

My Sprinkler Head Was Broken by My Lawnmower

Sprinklers are made of plastic or brass, and are prone to breakage when run over by a lawnmower or car. Luckily, the replacement process for sprinklers is fairly simple.
Bring new life to your home with effective landscaping services

Bring new life to your home with effective landscaping services

By making some simple changes to the lawn area of your home, you can experience a totally new look and feel at your home. The best landscaping service is expertly integrated with the architecture of y
How to Keep From Losing Room Heat After the Fire Goes Out in the Fireplace

How to Keep From Losing Room Heat After the Fire Goes Out in the Fireplace

When the winter winds are howling and the snow is piling up, there's nothing like cozying up next to a roaring fireplace. Sometimes you have to disregard the warning of John D. Wagner at This Old House, who cautions that 20,000 cubic feet of heated air goes up the chimney every hour you have a fire
Gardening Jobs During February

Gardening Jobs During February

February hopefully won't be as cold and as snowy as January so more will be able to be done in the garden. If the ground has dried out since January you will be able to lay turf, although this should be avoided if there is still a chance of frost. Any damaged edges that you didn't get a ch