Will my Pets Tear Up my Garden?

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When your dog destroys your favorite shrub or your pet cat uses your garden as a litter box, your love for them is somehow tested. Such damaging activity is not done out of spite, despite the fact that it may be unpleasant and upsetting. Natural impulses in animals lead them to chew … Read more

8 Pests to Watch Out for in your Home Garden

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Like any natural habitat, your garden is home to certain animals that are beneficial and those that are less so. The helpful ones, including pollinators and predatory insects, typically keep the harmful pests in check. But occasionally the scales tip and a plant may suffer enough harm that you’ll need to take … Read more

Things you Need to Know about Bonsai Care before Getting One

Bonsai tree

Asia is home to many distinct types of tiny trees, all of which appear to be unique. Even just glancing at the Bonsai tree is fascinating because, up close, they resemble large trees almost exactly yet are in their small form. It is similar to an art form, therefore if you fell … Read more

Tips and Techniques for Pruning a Tree

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The most frequent tree management practice is pruning. Landscape trees require more attention than forest trees do to preserve their structural integrity and aesthetic appeal. Because poor pruning can result in long-lasting harm or limit the life of the tree, it is important to prune with an understanding of tree biology.  Why … Read more

20 Things You Should Know Before Trying to Plant a Food Producing Garden

Food producing garden

Why garden, you ask? How about eating the most delicious fruits and vegetables you’ve ever tasted? If you have never tried garden-fresh food before, you will be astonished by the sweet, juicy flavors and lively textures. There is nothing quite like fresh vegetables, especially when you cultivate them yourself, which is possible! … Read more

How to garden in an apartment – is it viable?

Apartment gardening

Even in a small flat, it should be possible to cultivate plants. Apart from regular houseplants, various herbs, fruits, and vegetables can flourish in an apartment garden. As you develop your gardening talents, begin with a few containers. The availability of sunlight and the weight of your containers must be considered.  Despite … Read more

15 Cool Plants That Do Not Require a Lot of Water


Whether you live in a region prone to drought or simply want to reduce your water bill, you will appreciate the low maintenance requirements of these lovely plants. Spend more time appreciating your garden and less time caring for it by selecting plants that require little water, even during the hottest months … Read more

Tips on Keeping Grass Green During the Summer


In the summer, we want our lawns to look their absolute best. However, this is also when they experience the most stress. Drought and high temperatures pose a threat to our meticulously tended, luxuriantly green lawns. Increased foot traffic from pets and children causes more deterioration than we would want. Warm weather … Read more

How to Garden in The Desert


Are you interested in establishing a garden on the dry wasteland? Even for those who are new to desert gardening, the process of cultivating plants in a harsh climate can be difficult but ultimately rewarding. Because gardening always needs some degree of effort on the part of the gardener, there is no … Read more

10 Gardening Tips for Preppers


Preppers and those planning to survive in a world devastated by a catastrophic calamity are aware that they must grow their own food. A survival garden is required to provide food for the family. When you only have the food you grow, gardening takes on a whole new significance. Without a backup … Read more

Ground Fertilization Techniques

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Practitioners of soil fertility and sustainable agriculture are aware that most soils today require rebuilding of their health and vitality. It makes sense to recreate the healthy, vital soils that nature created in the past when restoring soil health. We require intelligent intervention because we cannot afford to wait for nature’s process … Read more