Environment-Friendly Methods of Creating the Perfect Home Garden

Moving to a new home can be very inspiring for homeowners. After all, nothing beats the thrill that comes with a new adventure. However, moving to a different home can give you some surprises. For instance, the first thing you will do once you move into your new home is to look around and take

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Why You Need to Start Working Remotely from Your Garden

The age of the pandemic has caught many of us unprepared, and in more ways than one. We couldn’t have foreseen the extent to which travel and mobility would be restricted. Few could have anticipated the scale on which companies would adopt remote working arrangements in order to continue operating. Most homes weren’t prepared to

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Building a Vegetable Garden at School: Practical Tips for Best Results

School vegetable gardens are a fantastic project that can help teach students about responsibility, health, teamwork, and let them experience the concept of gardening and a sustainable community first-hand. If you’re a teacher, principal, administrator, or parent and have considered building a school garden, now’s the time to do it. To help you begin your

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A Garden that Rocks: Building Your Rock Garden

More often than not, when you think about a garden, green foliage and colorful flowers come to mind. However, that is not an absolute rule. You can make your rocks and the earth components of your yard the centerpiece and create a stunning space. That is an interesting take in yard aesthetics, as it allows

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Tin Can Gardening: A Fun and Productive Way to Recycle Metal

In 2017, metal comprised about 12 percent of all recycled waste in the US. Although this isn’t a bad figure, there’s always room for improvement. After all, less energy is needed to produce metal from recycling compared to extracting it from a fresh metal ore. Moreover, by saving metal, we reduce the amount of waste headed to

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Putting Together a Monochrome Garden

When people say “gardens,” the mental image is vibrant and colorful: the garden is supposed to have lots of colors, ranging from yellows to reds to blues. Flowering plants should be diverse, and if possible, there are leaves of different colors, too. However, a garden that has all the colors of the rainbow isn’t to

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Perilous Plants: 4 Hidden Dangers of Leaving Your Lawn Unattended

For many business owners, maintaining lawns is about curb appeal. Hotels need to keep their turf lush and thriving to attract guests. Offices need to keep their ornamental trees healthy to appear professional. Even the flowers in a shop’s window box need to be blooming to have maximum charm. But maintaining a lawn is more


Rain Gardens and Preventing Floods

A lot of people have misconceptions about the term “rain garden”. Most of the time, people imagine a landscape that’s almost always moist, consisting of juicy basins with plenty of plants always in dire need of water and a few amphibians here and there. However, rain gardens aren’t always blessed with moisture-filled conditions. These can almost mimic

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4 Simple But Valuable Life Lessons from Farming

Living on the farm can be rewarding, but can also be challenging at times. More than just learning how to plant and harvest, farming gives plenty of realizations in life. These realizations keep people sober and grounded and empower them in life to be better versions of themselves as time goes by. 4 Simple Life

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How Conservatory Greenhouse Is Beneficial to You and Your Plants

Growing plants in a greenhouse conservatory proves more advantageous than traditional gardening. One key benefit of a conservatory is that it allows you to control temperature, which plays a crucial role in the growth of plants. The ability to regulate temperature makes greenhouse conservatory a great extension to your home. For instance, you can grow

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