How to Manage Parrot Feather - Some Options

You might think parrot feather to be cute? Oh! Yes, it is! We agree! But, look closely; you might sense a danger sign, on carefully spotting this n ... read more

How to Control Dollarweed (Pennywort) in Your Lawn

Living in a coastal area can be worrisome especially if you are exposed frequently to the sight of pennywort, which is also popularly known as Doll ... read more

Top Monsoon Plants for Your Garden

Each season brings with it, its peculiarities and its set of challenges. Which is exactly what makes gardening a very engaging and enjoyable activi ... read more

Plant Vegetables in April For a Southern California Summer Harvest

For those who love to cook with fresh vegetables straight from the garden, April in southern California is the time to plant vegetable seedlings an ... read more

Hugelkultur for Long Term Soil Creation, Water Storage and Soil Management

By Eric J. Smith The use of wood waste in the landscape is often neglected for many reasons including no capacity to burn, aesthetic disadva ... read more

The Garden Improvement

The story begins in August 2015 and I was out in my garden where I was having a good look around and I had come to realise how much of a state my g ... read more

4 Benefits of Growing Your Own Vegetables

Today, we are constantly bombarded with information about the pesticides used for growing fruits and vegetables and the negative impact they have o ... read more

Why I Love Living in the Country

Country living is not for everyone. It can mean extra work on weekends, and additional daily chores that does not come with living in the city. ... read more

With Spring Upon Us, Time To Make Garden and Landscaping Plans

Spring officially begins March 20 but there is no need to wait to start planning and planting your spring garden and landscape projects.read more

Winter Gardening - How to Grow Vegetables in Winter

Most people believe that the vegetable gardening season ends in September and starts all over in April or May. While this may certainly be the time ... read more

Planning Your Garden Part 1

Soil Conditioning The soil conditioning is largely dependent on how large your garden will be. So before I go into what's important, make su ... read more

6 Easy Tips for a Beautiful Lawn

A pretty lawn is the result of persistence and hard work, and then some more persistence and almost no hard work at all. How does that work? Here a ... read more

Water Fountains - Defining Your Home Decor

Water fountains make for a beautiful view wherever you have kept them. They can be used in outdoor gardens of your home or in your drawing rooms to ... read more

Gardening With Calibrachoa Aka Million Bells

The best part about gardening is being successful at taking care of something beautiful. Calibrachoa, also known as million bells, is an incredibly ... read more

New to Gardening? Read These 6 Tips to Grow Beautiful Plants

Having a healthy and beautiful garden is bliss. But, not everyone has the time and zeal to pursue their horticultural activities. If you wish to le ... read more