DIY Rustic Floral Arrangement In A Wooden Basket

DIY Rustic Floral Arrangement In A Wooden Basket
This beautiful flower arrangement is very easy to make! Prepare alstroemeria, pink or mini-carnation, freesia and foliage. Choose a proper basket and put a glass container or a vase inside. Start arranging the foliage as it is the basis for the flowers. Take care to cut the stems so that they reach the water and... 
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How To Use Mulch To Manage Your Soil Conditions

How To Use Mulch To Manage Your Soil Conditions
The major reason gardeners use mulch is to snuff out weed seeds by shading them. This allows the roots of desirable plants to access soil, water, and nutrients without undue competition. Mulches free of viable weed seeds—such as leaves, good compost, and wood chips—are best. Weed seedlings that sprout in any organic mulch are easily... 
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7 Simple Yet Effective Ways To Improve Garden Soil

7 Simple Yet Effective Ways To Improve Garden Soil
An organic diet. Autumn is the best season to start – add fallen leaves, garden debris, kitchen scraps, and even apples raked from beneath fruit trees to soil. Till with worms. 2- to 4-inch-inch thick green and brown compost layers invite worms that dramatically improve soil structure, while depositing power-packed worm manure castings. Grow your... 
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How To Grow And Care For African Violets

How To Grow And Care For African Violets
Also known as Saintpaulias, African Violets are beautiful perennial flowering plants that are native to Tanzania and the southeastern part of Kenya in eastern tropical Africa. Many gardeners have them as outdoor plants but they’re typically kept indoors. Their native habitats are fog forests, which can be referred to as mossy or cloud forests, and... 
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What’s Better For Your Garden: Hot Or Cold Composting

What’s Better For Your Garden: Hot Or Cold Composting
What’s better – hot composting or cold composting? Let’s have a look at pros and cons of both. Temperatures rising in a hot-compost pile come from the activity of numerous organisms breaking down organic matter. To keep a pile running hot, pay attention to four elements: carbon, nitrogen, water, and air. A hot pile requires... 
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