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23 Oct 2015

Watering tips for your garden

There are basically two techniques for watering the plants in garden

1. Frequent watering
2. Rear watering

Frequent watering : Here water has to be given in small quantity at regular interval of times like twice or thrice in day by this will help plants to be more green and healthier but this technique holds good during December to May it is because during this Time the dryness is seen more and temperature will also be high so plants tend to dry so better to give small quantity of water more than once in a day.

Rare technique: here water can be given once in a day from June till November and during these days when it rains no need to give water on that day because plants will be wet and giving additional water will result in loss of nutrients because when excess water flows out of pot or grow bag then nutrient also flows out along the water so water can be given once in a day and no need to give water the day when rain comes.

20 Oct 2015

Ask Jennifer: Your Gardening Questions Answered

I would like to grow some “barometer plants” to use as an early warning system for my garden. What plants are first to respond to frost, first to bolt and first to wilt? Is this a waste of time? It’s not a waste of time, but I’m not sure you’d have to invest in any particular variety. I would use half-hardy annuals that are sensitive to frost, such as cosmos lobelia


16 Oct 2015

10 Ideas for Landscaping Property Lines

What is it that you’re hoping to accomplish in landscaping your property line? Once you answer that over-arching question, many of the details will fall into place (with a little aid from the ideas I present here). As you’ll see from reading the information below, deciding on how to landscape a boundary largely comes down to sifting through your various options.


15 Oct 2015

What You Can Grow In Shady Spaces

All shade is not equal. Some shady conditions will yield much more produce than others will, while some areas are better left for hostas and moss. Gardeners should be familiar with the different types of shade, but should also keep in mind that measuring how much shade your garden gets isn’t always easy.