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Growing White Strawberries

When you think of the word 'strawberry,' you immediately see a luscious red fruit in your mind's eye. In fact, the phrases 'strawberry-hued' and 'strawberry-colored' depict rusty pink or bright red colors. Strawberry blonde...

10 Cool Steps to Beginning a Garden

We've broken down the process of starting a garden into 10 easy steps so it’s easy for you to dig into your first gardening adventure. pixel2013 /...

Annuals or Perennials for Your Garden?

The crocus delights us in early spring as it dares to peek through the snow and raise its face to the sun. Soon after follow tulips, narcissus, iris, lilacs ... all perennials that invite...

Geraniums– 7 Regularly Asked Concerns (Frequently Asked Question).

Zonal Geraniums: Standard, high quality appeal. A big pot of red zonal geraniums is an eye-popping area of color. 2 pots next to the mailbox is a friendly welcome! These versatile plants are ideal for...

How to Keep Your Plants in Flower with Deadheading

" Off with her head" the queen screamed at Alice in the Lewis Carroll story "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland". Now I'm not exactly sure if Lewis had an interest in gardening but he might...

Dividing Your Perennials

Have you ever questioned just what is up with dividing perennials? This helpful report can offer you an insight into whatever you've ever wanted to know about dividing perennials. One of the things that makes...

Annual Flower Plants For The Garden

Couple of flower gardens would be total without yearly flowers. Their earliness and kindness of bloom will bring color and grace to any garden. Annual flower plants can be put amongst perennials to complete...

How to Revitalize Your Worn Out Summertime Garden

Summer season gardening pointers Once July and August roll around in the garden, it's really common for the "flower to come off the rose" so to speak. Simply put, our gardens can get a little...

Do not Make These 5 Mistakes Growing Mums

Chrysanthemums mistakes Mums, or Chrysanthemums, are among the most popular and classic fall flowers for the garden of perpetuity. With good reason! They are available in a wide range of colors, last well into frost,...

DIY PROJECTS KATHY WOODARD

If you want to make a remarkable declaration in your garden, without a lot of upkeep, a Do It Yourself dry creek bed is the method to go. It offers your backyard a natural...
Sophia is a long time coffee enthusiast and blogger, so the project started naturally five years ago. You can find useful information about gardening types, plantations, equipment and even tips and tricks or fun facts.
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