Archive

Category Archives for "Flower Garden"

Tips To Get Rid Of Weeds From Your Lawn

Who doesn’t love to have a beautiful garden lawn with a perfectly green lush? Everyone does, it’s the best place in your home to relax while looking at your plants. Although, it takes a lot of hard work to achieve that dream lawn of yours. A lot of people endure tiring moments, especially during the summer season. They patiently spread seeds, water the crops and plants while removing those pesky weeds that ruin the scenery. This post will introduce some tips to get rid of weeds from your lawn.

Yes, pesky weeds are one of those irritable problems that take out the life from our beautiful gardens. Sometimes it’s hard to control them, and they multiply rapidly. Weeds are just like any other normal plants and can grow back no matter how much we try to weed them out. Learning how to make our garden a place where weeds will be difficult to grow back is a step closer to how we can maintain the beauty of our lawn.

Continue Reading

Which Are The Most Beautiful Flowers?

In this world still people like the flowers. In some countries like Japan, China and other Asian countries are still using the flowers in their festivals. In the wedding ceremonies like in UK, USA, Canada and etc the flowers like roses, cherry blossom and orchids are using for the decorations. In this article we will show you the most beautiful flowers in the world.

Continue Reading

Tips For Growing Camellias: Watering and Care

Camellias need to be irrigated regularly using the right quality of water. Avoid irrigating Camellias with hard water. Ideal water should be less than 13 degrees Clark . The water from the houses' mains is normally classified as 0-10 deg Clark - soft; 11-20 deg Clark medium and 21-38 deg Clark hard. The post will discuss about tips for growing camellias.

One thing you can do is contact the local authorities and find out how hard the water is before you use it to irrigate your Camellias. There is also special equipment that can be used to test the water hardness at home. Water harder the 13 degrees Clark needs to be softened using softening agents which solidify the lime contained in the water or filter it out. Do not boil mains water as this will prove lethal for the Camellia.

Continue Reading

Create A Patio Garden With These Climbing Plants

Generally used for outdoor dining or entertaining guests, a patio is an outside space that serves as an extension of the house.  As a Spanish term, it roughly translates as “inner courtyard.” Compared to the porch, a patio is relatively bigger and may have a roof (or sometimes a pergola) overhead.

It’s common to see patio covers from companies like City Seamless Patio Covers all around Tucson, Arizona (AZ). Not only do they enhance curb appeal but the home addition is considered necessary by many, considering that the city sees more sunshine throughout the year than the average U.S. city. The city is also considered one of the hottest in America, next only to Phoenix, AZ.

Manufacturers offer a wide array of choices for patio covers to help transform your garden.

Continue Reading

How To Protect Fruits And Flowers Of Your Garden From Pests?

Gardening is a very rewarding endeavor, you experience the fruits of your labor by having beautiful surroundings and eating the freshest food.

But, it has its fair share of frustrations from pests to watering and everything in between. There are a lot of things to consider especially if you are utilizing organic methods. Pest control is a constant battle in an organic garden, your efforts will be amply rewarded with produce without chemicals that are good for you and the environment too.

Fortunately, there are natural methods of pest control for a healthy garden, sans the nasty chemicals.
Continue Reading

Protecting Your Outdoor Landscaping From Severe Weather

Like millions of Americans who enjoy the outdoors, you have probably put a lot of time and work into the landscaping and gardens of your home. For this reason, you must take the proper measures to protect your yards and gardens when the weather turns bad.

Over the past decade, we have witnessed stronger and more severe weather events. If you live in an area that is at risk, it's vital to take action and prepare to protect your home and family from harm. You may not face hurricane-strength winds, but you might have hail, frost or tornado winds to deal with.

For homeowners that carry home insurance like Allstate Insurance, they can feel safe that even damage to their property and landscaping might be covered under their policy. Even with the best kind of insurance protection, there are still some proactive measures that you should take to protect your landscaping and gardens when the storm front starts to move in.

Continue Reading

Our Favorite Gardens Across The Globe

From huge tourist attractions such as Central Park in NYC to the massive Hyde Park which sits across the pond in London, England, there are thousands of world-class gardens that will not only take your breath away when it comes to their beauty, but also makes for a great excuse to step outside and get some fresh air on the cheap.

In today’s post, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite gardens from all corners of the globe. We’ve managed to cover 6 continents here (I’m afraid Antarctica came up a little short when it came to greenery) so, if you’ve not already, see if you add in a visit to one of these glorious gardens on your next vacation or family day out.

Continue Reading

5 Mistakes In Designing Your Front Yard Landscape

There are several front yard landscaping mistakes that can leave the front of your home looking neglected. A well-built front yard landscape adds beauty to your home. It can be a source of satisfaction and internal peace. The undeveloped front yard can also be frustrating when you don't get results as you expected; all this happened due to poor focus and not of proper planning.

Let's have a look at some of the more common front yard landscape mistakes that gardeners and house owners make and how these landscape design mistakes can be avoided.

Continue Reading
1 2 3 4