How And When To Prune Roses Right

How And When To Prune Roses Right
While there is a great deal of disagreement among rose experts regarding how and when to prune roses, it is generally agreed that it is better to make a good effort at pruning roses than to let them grow rampant. Pruning roses is good because it encourages new growth and bloom, removes dead wood, improves... 
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How To Grow And Care For Apple Trees in Pots

How To Grow And Care For Apple Trees in Pots
Growing apple tree from seeds is a bad idea. Instead, buy a dwarf or semi-dwarf grafted tree from a nursery. For choosing a right apple tree for your home you need to know a few things. Apple trees are grown from grafting on a rootstock as this has so many benefits. Basically, dwarf apple trees... 
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6 Fresh Ways To Grow Plants In Small Spaces

6 Fresh Ways To Grow Plants In Small Spaces
Don’t have enough space for gardening? Here are some cool and fresh ways to grow some plants even if you think you don’t have place for it! Pouches. Made from recycled plastic bottles, the pockets are filled with soil, planted, and hung. Greenery keeps hydrated and water doesn’t leak because the pockets are lined with... 
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Mydgal Ecosystem For Growing Plants Indoors

Mydgal Ecosystem For Growing Plants Indoors
We all know just how important it is to have plants grow indoors because of what they do for the air quality – they release oxygen while reducing carbon dioxide levels. Studio We Love Eames understands that, which is why they designed Mygdal, a glass planter that lets you grow plants inside, even if there... 
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How To Grow Your Own Cutting Garden

How To Grow Your Own Cutting Garden
It’s such a delight to see flowers blooming in the garden, it’s often hard to cut them to bring indoors. That’s the beauty of a designated cutting garden. Find an out of the way sunny spot in your yard, somewhere that guests won’t notice, and fill it with plants that are grown to be cut.... 
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How To Repair Winter Damage On Cedar Trees

How To Repair Winter Damage On Cedar Trees
Are you seeing dead needles appear on the outer edges of your cedars? This could be symptomatic of winter damage to cedars. Instead of pruning in spring, fertilize the trees with landscape tree food, then apply liquid feeder to the foliage daily during April and May. At some point in June, evaluate any winter damage... 
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How To Harden Off Plants Outdoors

How To Harden Off Plants Outdoors
Young, pampered seedlings that were grown either indoors or in a greenhouse will need a period to adjust and acclimate to outdoor conditions, prior to planting in the garden. This transition period is called “hardening off”. Hardening off gradually exposes the tender plants to wind, sun and rain and toughens them up by thickening the... 
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How And When To Feed Camellias Successfully

How And When To Feed Camellias Successfully
Camellias are popular and beautiful flowers but as all the plants, they need fertilizing. Make sure the soil is moist because you never want to fertilize a dry plant because it could stress it out. Dig a trench around the perimeter of the plant about 1/4 of the way in from the drip line. Make... 
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How To Grow Watermelon In Pot Vertically

How To Grow Watermelon In Pot Vertically
Growing watermelon in containers allows this big, sweet and juicy fruit to grow in smallest of spaces. Watermelon has long taproot and it doesn’t transplant well that’s why it is better to sow the seeds directly in a pot. Sow 3-4 seeds directly in a pot once the temperature starts to reach 65 F (19... 
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How To Grow The Earliest Spring Bulbs, Snowdrops

How To Grow The Earliest Spring Bulbs, Snowdrops
In cold climates, snowdrops (Galanthus) are often the first flowers to bloom – and a welcome sight they are. Their tiny, drooping flowers and grass-like foliage give the plant the appearance of delicacy, but snowdrops are hardy plants, often poking up and blooming despite the snow remaining on the ground. Snowdrops may take a while... 
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