Tips To Consider When Moving Your Garden To Your New Home

Along with good use of space and excellent physical exercise, gardening can be a source of entertainment and can bring out the creativity in you. From planting various plants to nurturing and watching them grow, it’s undeniably a nice feeling to manage a garden in your backyard. However, what will happen to your plants if you decide to move to another home?

Well, you have nothing to worry because relocating doesn’t mean you need to leave your garden behind. Although moving it can be a bit risky, there are ways you can do to transport your plants and help them survive throughout the process safely.

If you’re planning to move your garden soon, below are the tips you should keep in mind from the get-go:

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Top 4 Reasons To Compost At Home

Composting is probably the most effective method to dispose of waste while ensuring the planet benefits from it. Composting occurs when organic waste can decompose naturally in the soil under oxygen-rich conditions. A simple example of this in nature would be a fallen tree. As time passes, a fallen tree decomposes and begins to encourage the growth of a variety of organisms and life forms.  The decaying material of the tree becomes a hotbed of growth for life.

All waste material decomposes eventually, but some waste is considered more favorable in case of composting- like fruit waste, eggshells, dry leaves, and more organic forms of waste. Composting is fun and easy to do, but before learning how to compost at home, let’s look at 4 reasons why you should compost at home.

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Chainsaw Wood Carving Tips & Tricks For Beginners

From the beginning of human history, man has had an interest in sculptures and they tried to create it through several mediums. Among the materials used,  wood was most preferred as at that time it was found in plenty. Over the centuries, woodcarving has become popular and evolved with time.

Craftsmen are using new techniques and tools and the processes involved are evolving with technology. An example of evolution in woodcarving is seen in the new techniques used to keep wood from decaying.

We will discuss a few tips and tricks for beginners in this article.

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Starting A Flower Garden: Essential Tips For Beginners

Your landscaping aspirations start at a blooming flower garden. Starting a flower garden is both fun and rewarding- when you see the plant starters morph into gorgeous, beautiful smelling buds, the validation you get is unparalleled.

This might seem like a mammoth task in the beginning, but with the right guidelines, and essential beginning techniques, it is surely achievable. Here we have compiled the steps for you!

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6 Practical and Creative Uses for Farm Sheds

In rural Australia, farm sheds are especially common sights. Often made from high-quality steel, they can be customised or bought prefabricated. With their sturdy construction, they’re also guaranteed to survive even the toughest weather conditions.

If you own a farm, then it’s easy to see how these sheds can be useful. Still, farm sheds are quite versatile and can be used beyond farm-related purposes. To show this versatility, below is a list of both their common and practical uses, as well as more creative applications.

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Making a Small Yard Look Bigger

Making a small yard look bigger seems impossible at first. And while we agree that it can be challenging, it’s not impossible. You can make your small yard look bigger if you follow at least some of the tips mentioned below. Bear in mind, not all of you will be able to put all of these in practice. In some cases, it’s because of the location, in others, well, you will see for yourself below.

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Spring Garden Tips You Should Know

“To see a world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wild flower, to hold infinity in the palm of your hand and eternity in an hour…” - William Blake

This quote rings true in the sense of the limitless forms in which creativity manifests. Not all artists are painters or sculptors, necessarily. Some are gardeners. Their gardens are their easels and the many flowers are the colorful constituents that create their master pieces. Any artist, irrespective of his interest, knows that creativity is best expressed in forms of technique and structure. These spring garden tips aim to provide you the channels of these forms, through which your rivers of inspiration may flow. Let's take the first steps towards creating a gardeners dream...

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Atlanta Living: 3 Cheap Do-It-Yourself Landscaping Ideas

By now, you already know that Atlanta offers different gardening opportunities depending on the season. In January, for example, English daisies and pansies are the best flowers to plant. Mid-January, you can try planting turnips, radishes, cabbages, broccoli, and some leafy greens.

Come February, you can start planting sweet peas along with winter daphnes, garlic, onions, and English peas. There is a perfect flower or vegetable to plant every month, and the planting season doesn’t end until December. And if you’re done planting, maybe you’re in for some DIY landscaping, too.

Any seasoned gardener or landscaper will tell you that your home’s landscape is not only about haphazardly positioned shrubs and trees. Even if it’s a DIY project, you need to carefully plan it out.

You need to do lots of research, too! On top of it all, since it’s a DIY project, prepare yourself for some real soil work. The effort that needs to be put in is not a problem for a hobbyist. The pleasure they get from seeing the result of their efforts is enough reward for their hard work.

The truth of the matter is, if you want amazing landscaping, it won’t come cheap. However, if you plan thoroughly, you can bring to life an amazing outdoor setting with a little upfront cost. Here are some ideas to help you out.

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Turning a Pergola into a Green Space – Gardening Tips and Tricks

Do you have big garden plans this year that include the addition of a pergola in your backyard space? Pergolas are not only beautiful looking, but they also act as the perfect place to put your garden furniture, relax, and have that little bit of shade, making the hot summer sun more manageable. But did you also know that you can add greenery to your pergola and in fact use it as an anchor point for a new garden?

Here we’ll take a look at some gardening tips and tricks that will help you turn your pergola into the ultimate green space setting. They are all easy to implement, so if you have some time on your hands now you are stuck in lockdown, read on!

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How to Keep Uninvited Animals away from Your Garden

If you don’t want anyone to destroy your front yard lawn, then you put up a “don’t walk on the grass” sign. However, when it comes to your beautiful flower or vegetable garden out in the back, signs won’t at all against “second kind encounters”, to put in those words.

Yes, are speaking of all the uninvited animals that visit your garden and leave behind quite a mess. From the playful neighbor’s dog, across moles, all the way to pesky flying insects, all these animals ruin your gardening efforts.

However, you cannot blame them for this because it’s in their nature. It is actually up to you to stop them and do so using nonlethal methods. Ideally, you shouldn’t any animal, yet manage to fend them of your petunia or cabbage. Here are 7 eco-friendly ways in which you can achieve this.

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