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Basic and very Useful Gardening Tools

Basic and very Useful Gardening Tools

| January 21, 2020 | 0 Comments

Gardening is good for the soul, and one of the most enjoyable activities to do. But every gardener needs useful gardening tools to make their gardening experience as stress-free as possible. Following are some basic useful gardening tools every gardener should have. Useful gardening Tools A shovel is a must in any garden, it’s worth investing […]

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The How to of Gardening on a Budget…

The How to of Gardening on a Budget…

| January 12, 2020 | 0 Comments

If your gardening on a budget and your budget is tight, the following is 10 tips on how to get a great garden that won’t cost you the earth to create. Collecting Seeds This is the best gardening on a budget idea. Nearly every plant that we grow produces fertile seeds, so if you want […]

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Why You Need Wicking Beds In Your Garden

Why You Need Wicking Beds In Your Garden

| December 17, 2019 | 0 Comments

Wicking beds are a water saving eatable garden design and they are designed to be used as an efficient way to use water in your garden. The method that a wicking bed uses is to wick or draw water naturally as the soil becomes dryer, from the water reservoir. A water molecule is like a […]

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Why Choose No-Dig Gardens

Why Choose No-Dig Gardens

| November 8, 2019 | 0 Comments

Why choose no-dig gardens you might ask, no-dig gardens are mimicking the way nature does all her gardening, it is the most efficient, organic and natural way to garden. A no-dig garden created on top of the ground is going to benefit the soil greatly. Digging up layers of soil is more stressful on the […]

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Quick Easy Bug Houses Video

Quick Easy Bug Houses Video

| August 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

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A Guide To Companion Planting in Your Garden

A Guide To Companion Planting in Your Garden

| July 17, 2019 | 0 Comments

Here is a guide to companion plants for your garden. This is intended as a guide only. I have found that trail and error is a good way to sort out who likes who in the garden.  I also recommend getting a copy of a Jackie Frenches Companion Planting book, its full of great bits […]

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Keeping Chickens In Your Backyard Garden

Keeping Chickens In Your Backyard Garden

| July 13, 2019 | 0 Comments

Chickens are a great hardworking friendly pet to have in your backyard. And they are classified as a micro livestock pet which you can keep in your back yard.  Chickens in Your Backyard Are The Sustainable Pet They are great for…. Fresh eggs Kitchen meat scrap waste great fertilizers Organic pest controllers Companionable pets with […]

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Some more Garden Secrets Part 2

Some more Garden Secrets Part 2

| July 2, 2019 | 0 Comments

This is the second part of the list of thoughts, ideas and facts called some garden secrets. Once again, I hope you get some ideas from this list. Loose leaf lettuce, rocket and spinach grow great in pots so place one near your kitchen just make sure it gets plenty of water. And use as […]

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Some Garden Secrets Part 1

Some Garden Secrets Part 1

| June 27, 2019 | 0 Comments

This is a quick collection of thoughts, ideas and facts that I’ve put together when I’ve been pottering in the garden restoring my soul. So hopefully you’ll find something useful.  Ant colonies range from simple groups to more complex societies made up of millions. Most species are harmless and are useful good bugs to have […]

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Encouraging Earthworms

Encouraging Earthworms

| May 30, 2019 | 0 Comments

Earthworms are the friends of the soil and of gardeners worldwide. Earthworms and a lot of other organisms live in the soil. And most of these are beneficial because they help to create a soil structure by eating and excreting organic matter. In an earthworm’s day they dig holes and open the soil up to […]

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