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Gardening Under the Trees

Lack of light, lack of water, dry soil, poor and full of roots. The growing conditions under the big trees make gardening a real challenge. Do not get discouraged and think about the huge spring carpets of bluebells. Many plants are fun under the trees, and with a little experience, you will overcome these constraints […]

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Plant a Shrub Facing East

Plant a Shrub Facing East Depending on the Climate In Microclimate Exposed to the east, the plants receive sunlight as soon as it gets up, more or less early depending on the season and until around midday. After the northern exposure, it is the coolest situation in a garden, because the sun disappears as soon […]

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How to Start a Beehive in Your Backyard?

Bees are small but very important insects due to their effectiveness at pollinating our food crops. However, their population has been decreasing constantly due to a phenomenon is known as the colony collapse disorder. This has led to an increase in popularity of the art of beekeeping as a means to restore our food pollinators. […]

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A Brief Guide to Indoor Gardening

You can enjoy the fresh greens and colorful blooms of your flowers even when the winter comes. All you need to do is take your garden indoors. Having plants inside your home will not only bring the serene pleasure and beauty of the garden inside, but will help cleanse out your air, so you live […]

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Choosing Garden Water Features

  There are many things to consider when purchasing a garden water feature and cost is one of the most important ones. When buying anything, your budget is something that you cannot afford to compromise. The good thing is that with such a vast range of options available, finding the perfect water feature at the […]

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Best Items for Composting: A How-to Guide

Composting is cheap, easy, and essential for any gardener. Compost adds valuable nutrients to the soil, helping the fruits, veggies, plants, and flowers that you’re cultivating the opportunity to thrive. The result is healthy, fruitful cultivations that make you proud. Although enhancing the life of the garden is the biggest benefit of compost, there are […]

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How to Get Green Grass in Your Backyard

The old cultural adage “The grass is always greener on the other side” might be a literal statement when you look at your own lawn compared to your neighbor’s. This need not be the case, as all it takes is a little bit of knowledge and a couple of hours of light sweating to turn […]

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