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How to use Horse Manure in the Garden - gardenersworld.com - county Garden
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29.10.2023 / 11:33

How to use Horse Manure in the Garden

Horse manure makes an extremely good soil improver for the garden. Often combined with stable bedding and allowed to rot down for a couple of years, horse manure is perfect for digging into planting holes or spreading onto the surface of bare soil. Fresh manure mustn’t be used directly on the garden as it can actually remove nutrients from the soil and scorch plants, but it can be added to compost heaps.

Put Stale Bread to Good Use in This Classic Italian Dish - bhg.com - Italy
bhg.com
24.10.2023 / 16:35

Put Stale Bread to Good Use in This Classic Italian Dish

Although the government’s Council of Economic Advisors confirms that food inflation rates have been cooling, the average household will spend about 6 percent more this year on food than last year, according to the latest estimates from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. So, it’s still an excellent time to tap into the powers of our best budget-friendly tips for healthy eating.

Use a Watering Bag to Establish New Trees - finegardening.com
finegardening.com
19.10.2023 / 19:41

Use a Watering Bag to Establish New Trees

Fall is an excellent time for planting and transplanting, provided there is adequate soil moisture to allow plants to reestablish their root systems. Because inconsistent watering or lack of rainfall during this crucial period can rapidly cause a new planting to fail, it is well worth your time to learn a few tricks to make watering easier, more efficient, and more effective.

17 Brass Accessories That Will Make Your Home Look Luxe - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
08.10.2023 / 11:47

17 Brass Accessories That Will Make Your Home Look Luxe

Brass is such a versatile material. It can pair well with other metals like gold or cast iron, but it can also contrast nicely with chrome or nickel finishes. If you prefer a shinier look, you can choose a polished version, but if your style leans more antique, you can look for an aged option.

Six on Saturday: In the Greenhouse - ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com
ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com
07.10.2023 / 14:55

Six on Saturday: In the Greenhouse

A couple of those commenting on this blog recently have expressed surprise at how ‘tidy’ the greenhouse was, so this post is designed to shatter that misguided illusion. Firstly, I want to make it clear that what is shown above is not ‘the greenhouse’, but the Coop. Attached to the house, but only accessible from outside, it is more of a conservatory than a greenhouse  and hosts a range of tender plants and bulbs, all in terracotta pots. No potting up, planting or propagation takes place here, so there is little excuse for untidiness although the wind blows leaves in, spiders weave their webs there and I splash water and grit around. The working greenhouse at the bottom of the garden, however, is exactly that, a working greenhouse:

Oak Tree Leaves Identification, Benefits, and Uses - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
05.10.2023 / 12:03

Oak Tree Leaves Identification, Benefits, and Uses

Oak Tree Leaves Identification, Benefits, and Uses – Learn to distinguish the subtle nuances of oak leaves, unlocking the door to a world of botanical wonders.

Readers Tips: Repurposed Tools in the Garden Used to Great Effect - finegardening.com - state Wisconsin - county Garden
finegardening.com
04.10.2023 / 16:27

Readers Tips: Repurposed Tools in the Garden Used to Great Effect

Several times a year a visitor to our garden is shocked to find a rogue steak knife pierced downward in one of the beds, as if it were an escapee from our kitchen knife block. I’m always quick to tell them that it’s indeed where I meant to place it, and that I haven’t found any tool as great as a serrated knife when it comes to removing grass or root systems. It’s perfect for edging small areas or pulling up entire sheets of grass; all I have to do is start on one side and pull up as I carefully saw back and forth. It can be a cheap purchase from a thrift store—or in my case, the way I finally convinced my husband that we needed a new set of kitchen knives.

How to use hedges for boundaries - theenglishgarden.co.uk - Portugal
theenglishgarden.co.uk
02.10.2023 / 12:51

How to use hedges for boundaries

The dream for most garden owners is not to have a boundary at all – given a choice we’d probably all prefer an unbroken ‘borrowed’ view, preferably of idyllic countryside or suitably breath-taking scenery. The reality for many of us is that some sort of boundary at the border of our gardens or between us and our neighbours is essential. So, given that most of us aren’t gazing at our estate over a hidden ha-ha, how best can we treat our boundaries for maximum aesthetic appeal? 

Different Ways to Use Spices for Better Care of Houseplants - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
28.09.2023 / 07:19

Different Ways to Use Spices for Better Care of Houseplants

Your spice rack for more than just culinary masterpieces! Believe it or not, those aromatic spices that elevate your dishes can also work wonders in nourishing your green friends, combating pests, and even preventing diseases.

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