Getting Creative In The Garden
Jun 13 2012

Urban gardens typically have to make the most of their concise space. This can be challenging, but with a little creativity and a commitment to green garden practices, you can design a garden space filled with your personal style that also reflects earth-friendly sensibilities. The following five ideas will help you create the urban green garden of your dreams using repurposed and up-cycled materials.


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Top Tips For Garden Design
May 3 2012

Garden tipsA view of a well-designed garden from your custom bedroom or custom kitchen will definitely make you feel happy and excited. Here is some of the best tips to decorate your garden in an attractive and more impressive way.


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Organic Gardening Reduces Environmental Impact
May 3 2012

Organic gardening means growing your plants without using synthetic products like fertilizers or pesticides. It is an intelligent way to fortify depleted soil, control pests, and make the best use of natural resources without damaging our ecosystem. For instance, by planting legumes, you are naturally adding nitrogen. When you grow plants that work along with nature, then the whole process eventually thrives well with our environment. As you feed the soil naturally using organic matter like garden waste, kitchen scraps, grass clippings, dried leaves, the soil will in turn feed the plants.


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5 Ways to Get Your Garden in Tip Top Shape for the Spring
Apr 19 2012

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