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Growing Tomato Plants A Guide

03rd May 2013
Grow vines up to protect the fruit and take up much less space in the garden. Cage the tomatoes with commercially produced wire cages, cages you make oneself from chicken wire or stake the tomatoes. Mulch Your Tomatoes - Mulching is the course of actio... Read >
Author: Derick Merklin

The Potting Shed For Gardening Solutions

14th September 2011
The Potting Shed For Gardening Solutions Imagine how wonderful it would be to have a potting shed for gardening solutions. It would eliminate accidental spilling of seeds, compost, fertilizer, and special mixes. It would help to relieve an aching back ... Read >
Author: Tricia Deed

Autoflowering Seeds

25th May 2011
Seeds are far more economical to purchase than young plants. A packet of 50 or more seeds might cost you a few dollars. Transplants, on the other hand, will cost you that same amount per plant. In short, if you have the time and the inclination, growing y... Read >
Author: Carl Campos

Having Problems Growing Chillies? See Our Expert Guide

04th April 2011
Growing chillies is a very rewarding process, but often it's the simplest things that get in the way of a great chili harvest, follow the advice below, and with a little care and attention you could be enjoying juicy, great tasting chillies in no time. ... Read >
Author: Chilli Willy

About Different Varieties of Strawberry plants

01st April 2011
Everybody loves to eat strawberry, and always put their heart overwhelmingly on this fruit. But most of the people are not aware of its growing and places to collect its seedlings. At gardening direct you can see wide arrays of strawberry plants with grea... Read >
Author: andruronallds

Valuable Important things about Ficus Retusa Bonsai

14th March 2011
Ficus retusa bonsai may be grown by newbies in bonsai cultivation. It's also easily cultivated as being a bonsai tree due to the fact it may grow and maintain in inadequate ecological conditions this kind of as inadequate humidity amounts as well as inade... Read >
Author: margue6868

Growing Japanese Red Maple Trees from Seed

15th February 2011
Japanese red maple trees are some of the most prized ornamental plants for many plant lovers. Gardeners absolutely love them, and the wide assortment of Japanese maples ensures that there is a one of these gorgeous trees suitable for just about any garden... Read >
Author: Mike McGroarty

Growing Goji Berries Plants – Grow Your Own Super Food

23rd November 2010
Goji Berries can grow on any kind of soil conditions. This means that you could be growing Goji Berries on light sandy soil, loamy soil, clay soil or any other soil conditions. The Goji berry plants can be grown even in draught conditions. The best thing ... Read >
Author: gojiberries

Discover a Lush Tropical Paradise at Breathtaking Henarathgoda Botanical Gardens

01st October 2010
When one considers the island paradise of Sri Lanka it immediately conjures up images of stunning coastlines, towering Buddhist monuments and lush hillsides heavy with the scent of tea. But there’s more to the island nation than the tried and tested attra... Read >
Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe

How can you develop a Ficus Retusa Bonsai

06th July 2010
Ficus Retusa, which is also called as Banyan Fig or Taiwan Ficus, is a native tree species from Southeast Asia. Growing a Ficus retusa bonsai is becoming more popular because it has attractive aerial roots and it is a type of tree that can adapt easily to... Read >
Author: Preston Blackmore

How to Rid Yourself of Corn Pests

25th June 2010
Every day I inspect my garden, only to find pests are enjoying it more than me. One especially sore spot for me is my corn. They have not grown well and I believe the lack of proper fertilizing was on my part. But what remains is being attacked by these n... Read >
Author: Mike Podlesny

Greenhouse Temperature Control

09th June 2010
The internal temperature of the greenhouse can become an obsession for the greenhouse gardener. Through the winter and early spring the glasshouse owner becomes fixated on keeping the temperature above freezing to protect their precious plants. A whole ar... Read >
Author: Stephen Clarke

Garden Augers - A Specialty Garden Tool with Many Uses

25th February 2008
You are probably familiar with wood and metal drills but are probably not as familiar with the soil drills known as garden augers. These useful devices stand out in the ranks of specialty garden tools for the quick job they can make of many often encounte... Read >
Author: Jerry Anderson

Emerald Green Arborvitae Planting Instructions

28th March 2006
Emerald Green Arborvita are easy to grow in all of Bucks County Pa. This article will help you understand this landscape plant. Arborvitae have masses of small fibrous roots which allows them to transplant at most times of the year. The Emerald ... Read >
Author: William Hirst

Pruning Weeping Cherry Trees and Other Grafted and Budded Plants

23rd September 2005
You are welcome to use this article on your website or in your newsletter as long as you reprint it as is, including the contact information at the end. Website URLs must be active links. You are welcome to use this article with an affiliate link, http://... Read >
Author: Michael McGroarty
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