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Nontoxic Pest Control for Your Home and Garden


Pesticides are toxic and, while often effective against pests, can be dangerous for your family and pets. Outdoors, sprayed pesticides might drift on a breeze and dust your vegetable garden or your neighbor's yard.

The String Algae Blues


Now that Spring is upon us and things are coming back to life in your pond with the warmer weather, many of us are battling with string algae. String algae is caused primarily by a combination of the buildup of organic nutrients in the water, and sunlight.

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.

Sleeping Beauties: Porches For Dreaming


There's something magical about sleeping outside, drinking in the night sounds of crickets, frogs and wind chimes, watching fireflies and stars, and feeling the cool night breeze. You'll find children giggling long past their bedtime from sheer excitement.

Brighten Your Path By Installing Decorative Landscape Lighting


Landscape lighting can add a beautiful quality to any home. There are many choices available to someone who is considering it.

Fake Grass


The history of artificial or fake grass is to say the least an interesting one and arose out of the social desire to in-effect ward off what could be seen, as far back as the 1950s, as an increasingly unhealthy tendency by youngsters not to exercise.History has it that birth of synthetic grass began through attempts by scientists trying to develop a type of grass that would not only allow children and adolescents to play on regardless of the weather condition but encouraged them to do so, in other words, a surface that they enjoyed using or a user friendly surface.

Cozy Nooks: Creating a Secret Outdoor Place


Everyone seems to love a secret -- and when the secret is a nook in your outdoor space, all the better. A nook is defined as a private or secluded quiet inner place.

How to for Lawns - Mowing


How often you mow your lawn will depend on a number of factors. Firstly how much time you have to devote to your lawn's maintenance.

Flowers That Beautify Your Home and Garden


To help gardeners choose flowers, various systems for rating hardiness have been developed. A plant is considered hardy in a region if it can grow and thrive there without requiring special protective measures such as insulating with straw mulch.

Seeds and More Seeds...What Your Garden Needs


Seeds are the most important ingredient in all gardening. Without quality seeds it would be impossible to have a beautiful garden.

Orchids Are One Of Natures Most Beautiful Flowers


Orchids are beautiful flowers. The interesting thing about orchids is that they seem to draw people to them.

Release Some Tension...Spend Some Time In Your Garden


Gardening can be one of the most rewarding and relaxing hobbies that you can engage in. Picture a beautiful spring day, the sweet smell of grass in the air and you get to go out and work the soil and prepare your garden.

Cultivating Plants In Your Garden...What To Watch Out For


There are so many plants available for you to choose from that it's hard to know where to start. Are you looking for house plants, tropical plants or some beautiful garden plants? Green plants are not only beautiful to look at they also provide a much needed source of fresh oxygen for our breathing.

A Beautiful Rose Is Natures Gift


Roses are one of natures most beautiful and splendid gifts. Roses come in a variety of colors and scents, from deep, deep red to the brightest yellow.

Bare Root Roses


Bare Root Roses, what to look for when buyingThe first thing to look for is the plant's grade.Nearly all bare root roses sold today are grown in the field and are approximetly two years old.

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