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Liquid Fertilizer

How to Make Your Own Liquid Fertilizers

Liquid Fertilizers are easy to make natural way to give your plants the vital nutrients they need for large growth, blooms, and produce. You can make liquid fertilizer in a few easy steps. Store the...
Improving The Soil

How to Improve Soil for Gardening

You can't pick the soil you live on but that doesn't mean you can't improve your soil for happy and healthy plants all year long. The soil in your garden is alive with microorganisms that...
Composting

How to Make a Compost Pile

A compost pile can help to provide your garden with the nutrients that it needs to feed you or to enjoy the beauty of the foliage and blooms. A compost pile is an essential tool...
Succulent Garden

Succulent Gardening in Dry Climates

These plants are native to dry climates such as cactus and aloe plants, so they will thrive in your garden or containers all year long. There are many species of succulents that are cold-hardy, drought-tolerant,...
Garden Diseases

The Most Common Diseases That Affect Gardens

Mold, fungus, and viruses can affect any plant and destroy a garden if not properly dealt with in a timely matter. A plant disease's symptoms can vary based on its cause, but these can include...
Raised Garden Bed

How To Make Raised Garden Beds

There are many options for building raised garden beds, from sizes to materials, and there are many things to consider. Besides being a practical way to grow any variety of plants but raised garden beds...
Flower Garden

How to Start a Flower Garden

Starting a flower garden with blooms all season long is a rewarding hobby that is easier than you think. When starting a flower garden, you have to decide which flowers you want to grow and...
Garden Pest

Types Of Pests That Will Eat Your Garden

Have you noticed symptoms of a pest infestation on your plants such as wilted leaves, dead plants, black spots, yellow tips, and shriveled & mangled growth? Anyone who has experienced having your garden turn into...