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  1. Why You Should Eliminate Termites

    by Al Smitty - 2010-05-06
    Are you having irritating fears if your residence is infested with insects? Actually, you must not. Do one thing right away to eradicate them. They can cause your residence a lot of disturbance that y...
  2. The Best Green Thumb Tools

    by Abel Jones - 2010-04-30
    Do not rush into buying as you might just end up with unnecessary tools. In fact, many have purchased garden tools that are made to sit in their tool shed for years, wondering if they'll ever be used ...
  3. Properly Preparing For Hurricane Season

    by Abel Jones - 2010-04-30
    As we waited to return to the New Orleans area to see what was left of our house after hurricane Katrina, our area was visited by hurricane Rita and that storm summarily squashed any hope we had left ...
  4. Cat Proof Gardening in the Shade

    by Davinos Greeno - 2010-04-28
    I have a small garden and want to maximise my growing this spring as ive reached the ripe old age of 30 and I am becoming more and more interested in gardening. I have traditionally left this to my wi...
  5. Lime - What Is Lime Used For In Gardening?

    by terrybl - 2010-04-20
    What is Lime Used for in Gardening?For those of you new to gardening, the issue of soil preparation may be a mystery. Believe me it is more than just turning over a sod or two with a spade. I was talk...
  6. Ever Wondered What is the Male Part of the Flower?

    by Adriana N. - 2010-04-11
    Florists know many things about flowers, more than a person might guess at first. While there is no official science to floral arranging, it's still quite a technical art. Which flowers go where and w...
  7. An Inglenook Might Be Right For You

    by Joe Cline - 2010-04-08
    An Inglenook is a cozy chimney corner designed to fit adjacent to the fireplace and most often used as a warming area for a home or pub. The origins of the inglenook began during medieval times when f...
  8. Different Parts of a Lawn Mower

    by Steve Slackman - 2010-04-08
    A machine which is used to cut the grasses at your lawn at an even length with help of its revolving blades is known as Lawn Mower. Depending on the mode of operation, lawn mowers are known with diffe...
  9. Is A Ventless Fireplace Right For You?

    by Joe Cline - 2010-04-08
    The ventless fireplace is an economical approach to hearth heating and ambience and they are adaptable to almost any room. With no chimney or flue to install, the ventless fireplace adds a warmth and ...
  10. How To Start A Community Garden

    by Joe Cline - 2010-04-08
    Starting a community garden is a rewarding project that benefits a lot of lives. Some people have a knack with the green thumb, but scant resources to begin a garden of their own. However, in the trad...
  11. Fighting The Enemies Of Your Plants

    by Jeffry Bullock - 2010-04-06
    The devices and implements used for fighting plant enemies are of two sorts:(1) those used to afford mechanical protection to the plants; (2) those used to apply insecticides and fungicides.Of the fir...
  12. Knowing What Affects Your Pot Plants In Winter

    by Jeffry Bullock - 2010-04-06
    Winter has an effect not only pot plants outdoors, but also indoors. Find out what are the key factors that affect your plants in winter and what you can do to help them stay healthy at this time of t...
  13. Hydroponics Gardening Guide - Preparing Hydroponic Nutrient Solution, Transplant Seedlings And Takin

    by emme lynch - 2010-04-01
    How to organizing hydroponic Nutrient SolutionNutrient resolution is made of water with dissolved fertilizer. It's desirable to have full quality water to be mixed with the fertilizer, the amount of w...
  14. Hydroponic Grow Shop ? Fresh Vegetables Anywhere

    by emme lynch - 2010-04-01
    People that serve vegetables in their repasts prefer to do them as clean as they can be. The best vegetables are the ones that are grown on-site, without some overseas or on the moving transportation....
  15. Home Vegetable Gardening: Support Your Tomatoes With These Ideas

    by M.C. Podlesny - 2010-03-31
    Tomatoes rank first as the most popular item to grow in a home vegetable garden. Although botanically they are classified as a fruit, most people refer to them as vegetables. Regardless of what you ca...
  16. Orchid Growing Tips For Beginners

    by Jmartinwood - 2010-03-28
    Growing orchids can be a complex process if you exactly don't know what to do. If you want to plant beautiful and healthy orchids, following are a few orchid growing tips that will help you to get des...
  17. Using Carpentry To Bring Elegance To Your Garden

    by Jeffry Bullock - 2010-03-23
    Wooden Garden Furniture makes your Backyard or Courtyard a paradise. Wooden Garden Furniture includes Chairs, Round Tables, Benches, Swing Arbor, Arches, Bird baths, Bird houses, garden lighting, dog ...
  18. Low Maintenance Tips For Gardens

    by Cmoore - 2010-03-20
    Gardens are always considered to be costly. Many gardeners around the world will restrict themselves from achieving the desired beauty and items in the garden to enhance the look of their houses. This...
  19. Container Gardening: Some Good Ideas

    by Mohammed Wilder - 2010-03-17
    Container gardens can create a natural sanctuary in a busy city street, along rooftops or on balconies. You can easily accentuate the welcoming look of a deck or patio with colorful pots of annuals, o...
  20. How To Plant And Care For Crocuses

    by Mohammed Wilder - 2010-03-17
    A crocus is a well loved perennial flower that grows that grows to be 3 to 6 inches tall with yellow, purple, lavender and white cup shaped blooms. A member of the iris family, the crocus is a hardy p...