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Computer Geeks and Garden Gnomes First and foremost before I begin my ranting it is worth mentioning that there are many very helpful and considerate people out there in the cyber wilderness who devote much of their time to providing open source and free scripts of all variations...

Control Snakes in the Garden REQUIREMENTS FOR REPRINT: You have permission to publish this article free of charge in your e-zine, newsletter, ebook, print publication or on your website ONLY if it remains unchanged and you include the copyright and author information (Resource...

Decorating around the garden Straight Talk On – Decorating Around the Garden Do you live near a park? Most people do – there are so many around now. All levels of government recognize the value of a green environment. And, of course, if people know that government has...

Decorative Garden Accents Think of your garden like you would a room in your home. After planning the shape, tilling the soil, choosing the right plants the last step is to add those personal touches. And just like indoors this is accomplished with accessories. What type of...

Discover Container Gardening with Tomatoes An easy, proven way to save you money while providing good nutrition for your family! You don't think you have a green thumb? That's OK--you don't really need one! Just a little knowledge and info to get you started!! Those of us who live in...

Easter Lilies, and the Number One Gardening Question Right Now Everybody asks about Easter lilies! Can they go outside; can I plant them in my garden? And to this I reply, "Why not?" Like other bulbs, there are two options if you plant your leftover Easter lily bulbs - either they will live and flower for many...

Fine Gardening Secrets Revealed I hope you don't think I'm a bad person for admitting this to you. I was feeling a little bit jealous of my sister. Let me explain... Every year, I visit my sister Joan in Houston -- and every year, her garden just keeps getting even more...

Five Tips For Garden Sanctuaries The design of your garden has an amazing affect on your family’s health and well-being. Here is how you can create harmony in your garden—which is considered a living entity—and bring peace and happiness within your home. Vastu Shastra is an...

Funky, Fun Garden Plants I have a love for funky, fun and uniquegarden plants. Here's one to try.It's called Sea Holly, and it's actually in thethistle family. Sea Holly is a perennial garden plant, which means you plant it once and it comes up year after year, somewhat...

Funky Garden Plants 2 What's a perennial garden plant that blooms in the winter? A hellebore! It is an outdoor plant that is shocking to see blooming sometimes in the snow. There are many varieties. They are perennial which means they come back year after year. These...

Garden Accessories Nothing is more relaxing than sitting in a beautiful garden filled with flowers, greenery and garden accessories. There are so many different types of garden accessories available to enhance the beauty and ambiance of your garden. From wind chimes...

Garden Arrangements can make a huge difference in your yard Gardening is a very popular hobby, and one that can be enjoyed by young or old, whole families, someone employed outside the home, and those who are self-employed or stay-at-home parents. Getting outside into the fresh air, and exercising your...

GARDEN DELIGHTS When the weather is warm we try and spend a lot more of our leisure time outdoors. A good idea is to decorate your garden area with all the comforts of home - just outside of home. A few touches will give your outdoor space a feeling of welcome and...

Garden Gnomes to add whimsey to your garden Garden gnomes are a fun addition to your garden, patio or landscaping. Adding a perfect touch of whimsy, you can count on a garden gnome to always put a smile on your face. Besides their obvious charm, garden gnomes are also believed to bring good...

Garden Soil Preparation  Different types of plants each require varying degrees of soil acidity or pH. Some plants are very sensitive to soil pH levels. Some garden plants will prefer acid soils while others prefer an alkaline soil. The acidity or alkalinity of soil is...

Gardeners: Contain Yourselves! Plant Pots Explained This article has been archived at http://www.paradiseporch.com/guides.php About the Author Debbie Rodgers owns and operates Paradise Porch, and is dedicated to helping people create outdoor living spaces that nurture and enrich them. Visit her...

Gardening And Your Back Spring is in the air. Have you noticed? The days are getting longer, the daffodils, hyacinths and other lovely flowers are blooming, the birds are twittering earlier in the morning. Ahh I'm positively poetical. Hmm...I guess you're feeling a bit...

Give Your Garden a Rippling Effect: Add a Tranquil Pond A pond is a landscaping tool that creates a tranquil, relaxing retreat in which to unwind after a busy day – a tranquil haven where all of your stress will disappear. A pond will bring your garden alive. It will transform a still image in to one...

Green Thumb Gifts: Beyond Gardening Gloves Ahh, spring! It has sprung! Gardeners (and budding gardeners - no pun intended) have begun the quest for a weedless lawn, or a bountiful garden. But if you're looking for gifts for someone with a green thumb (or someone with green thumb envy),...

Greenhouse Gardening A Greenhouse can extend your growing season by months and allow you to sow seeds and harvest crops much earlier than you normally would. With proper planning, some crops can be harvested continuously. This can turn your gardening and cultivation...

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