You stand in the middle of your perfect garden, where colors shimmer, orioles trill in goldenrain trees, and water murmurs down the waterfall to a hidden pool where cloudy white water lilies float. What could be better?
A 3-feet-square compost pile is large enough to hold heat, but small enough to admit air. If a large pile is needed, build one that is 5 feet tall by 5 feet wide by any length.
Learn how to change the pH of the soil to give your plants a better chance.
Improving soil structure is one factor that increases garden productivity. This can be accomplished in several ways. One of the best methods is to rototill compost directly into the soil.
Herbicides seem to be difficult to understand for the novice gardener. There are two phrases that are used to describe how an herbicide works: pre-emergence and post-emergence.
Suggestions for giving the gift of flowers this valentine's day.
Suggestions given to gardeners of things to do during month of February
All-America Selections has chosen three flowers, four vegetables and four bedding plants as 2006 winners.
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