Monthly Archives: July 2021

Chia Herb Garden Exposed

That’s right, you remember… they’re still around and now the chia herb garden is rapidly increasing in popularity.  Like the chia pets, the herb garden version of chia grows quickly when the gardener applies moistened seeds of chia (scientifically known as Salvia hispanica) to the specially designed pot along with a sponge. In approximately four […]

Homemade Pesticide Recipes

homemade insecticide

How would you like to know a few homemade pesticide recipes that are not only safe, but will cost you next to nothing? It’s still possible to keep your garden free from pests without toxins and harmful chemicals. Most chemical pesticides are toxic to humans as well as pets and small animals that may enter […]

Designing a Formal Garden

In this article we will discuss how to design a strictly formal garden on a large, rectangular area. Designing formal garden needs a little bit of hard work on your behalf. You have to keep all the main points and area in mind while designing a layout. It is said that formality and symmetry go […]

3 Tips For Having More Tulips Bloom in the Spring

Some Cool Facts About Tulips Tulips have been around since approximately 1554 making them one of the oldest garden perennials. Visitors from the Ottoman Empire to Europe wore tulips in their turbans. The tulip flower means lale in Arabic and is considered a holy symbol. Between 1634 and 1637 tulips almost crashed the Dutch economy […]

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