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5 Tips to Creating a Gorgeous Garden

Living in a flat instead of a house is definitely much easier on the wallet – you don’t have to think about all costs that come with a house – both from the inside and outside. Roof, gutter, paths, fences repairs together with declining facade maintenance can be a real pain. Add h ... ...

Which is Better Organic or Bio Fertilizers?

Many have has changed the fertilizer they use in their home gardens because of the pollution chemical fertilizers release into our environment. Most people today are using either an organic or bio fertilizer instead. But has anyone ever considered which of these is better for your garden? We are to ...

7 Ideas to Spruce up Your Garden This Summer

Looking for a way to add a little life to your garden this summer? Why not get busy and recycle a few old items lying around your home and create some unique DIY decorations? The birds this summer would love a bird feeder or even a cute little home to live in. Make a few folding chairs for the kids ...

How to Make a Wormery

A wormery is great for recycling waste food into wonderful fertilizer for your crops. They’re small, they don’t smell, and they make compost much more quickly than conventional composters. You can buy them online, but it’s easier and cheaper to make your own simple variety using r ... ...

Tips for Growing Your Own Organic Tomatoes

When it comes to growing tomatoes or any vegetable in your garden, you need to understand that your soil is the key to a beautiful harvest. Organic fertilizer can help your plants receive the nutrients needed to grow healthy, but only if your soil’s pH balances is correct. If your soil has to ... ...

Must-know Safe Lawn Mowing Tips

Keeping lawn grass properly trimmed is one thing homeowners often put on their to-do list. Lawn mowers are indispensable equipment in the house, but frequent use of the grass cutting device can sometimes be a dangerous task, so it is important to take heed of these safety tips when mowing the lawn. ...

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Don’t Give up on Your Lawn

Homeowners always wish that their lawn will be lush and green all year long. But when the season is so hot and the declared drought continues on, people tend to give up on their moisture-starved backyard. Well, don’t! There are still a few things that can be done to make those grasses green a ... ...

Homemade DIY Uses for Lavender

Cut lavender does not belong to the yard waste bin like other trash. In fact, it isn’t trash at all because there are a myriad of ways that you can use it. Be it the stems, the flowers, or both. Whenever you prune and trim your lavender plants to dry their beautiful purple flowers for body sc ... ...

How to Make Your Own Compost

As more homeowners turn to organic gardening, a compost pile will become necessary. Every home should use compost to enrich their soil and eliminate chemical fertilizers that are bad for their health and the environment. Furthermore, taking advantage of a compost pile in your garden will help lower ...

Pros And Cons Of A Green Roof

When the time comes for extensive roof repairs or replacement, you may be considering your options and wondering about a ‘green roof’.  What exactly is a ‘green roof’, and what are the advantages and disadvantages of taking this eco-friendly route?  Read on to find ... ...

Your Lawn Might Be Heat-stressed

Who doesn’t love a little sunshine in their life? The warmth of the summer sun makes everything look a more alive and vibrant than the dull and grey cold of the winter. People in many countries can't wait for the summer to come for this very reason, and cherish the summer heat.But there c ... ...

PlantLink Makes You a Smart Gardener

Not everyone is an expert gardener and we all need a little help now and then. Planting, maintaining, and watering your garden can be stressful at times, especially when trying to understand when it’s time to water or how much water to give your plants. This can take years of practice to get ... ...