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August 4, 2009

Time to Deal With the Weeds!

Filed under: General Gardening — admin @ 12:58 pm

It is a dark overcast day where I live, and, oddly that so often leads me to feel less lively. So, welcome to this week’s article. I am trying really hard to compose more frequently, hopefully I can achieve some regularity this time.

If bees are public enemy #1 for most farmers, lawn owners and gardeners tend to view weeds with very much the same perception. Weeds are non-native plants that are unwanted in a certain place and time and can be very much harmful to your plants and even public amenity. I wanted to write this at this time of year, as I trust it should assist you once you start on your weeds.

It’s imperative that you prevent weeds from taking control of your yard lest you wish to see your plants die one by one before the year’s end. Don’t let their harmless-sounding names (chickweed, dandelion and crabgrass) fool you; if you allow them full liberty to grow, you might find it impossible later on to regain control and recover the beauty of your garden.

Found below are several tips for better and more effective weed control:

Defensive Measures against Weeds<br>

My statements could look a little obvious, but for several people I know it is definitely not apparent.

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March 2, 2009

Know the Basics of Fall Gardening and Benefit from It!

This is our report “Know the Basics of Fall Gardening and Benefit from It!” - one amongst a series of gardening related essays on our web page.

During the months to come, we our plan is that we will be writing further home gardening reports on matters such as autumn gardening, fall gardening and summer gardening. In the event that you benefit from this page, and wish to accept regular notifications about more backyard gardening essays, you should sign up for our Xml newsfeed.

Many gardeners do not even consider fall gardening because of the winter frosts that might make an early appearance. On the contrary, fall gardening will result in excellent vegetables and will extend crops long after spring planted plants are finished. Vegetables produced from fall gardening are sometimes sweeter and milder than those grow in the summer and offer a brand new taste to the same old veggies.

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February 23, 2009

Have Fun this Summer by Creating Your Own Backyard Garden!

This page, titled ‘Have Fun this Summer by Creating Your Own Backyard Garden!’ is part of the program of backyard gardening reports released by Gardening World UK. The intention behind its publication, as with the whole series of gardening articles, is to help educate you, the reader, on summer activities and lawn care news, and to promote conversation. We trust you find it advantageous for you, and that the herb gardening material rendered is effectual. Before making plans based on the garden design learning detailed inside this report, it is crucial that you examine our legal disclaimer.

When summer rolls around, many individuals enjoy spending time in their backyard. When it comes to summer, many individuals associate backyards with picnics, barbeques, swimming, and outdoor sports. While all of these activities are nice, there are not the only things that you can do in your backyard. In fact, there are a number of other popular backyard activities that you may never have given much thought to. One of those activities involves growing a garden.

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February 16, 2009

Basic Ideas on Butterfly Gardening

This is a further essay in our series of butterfly gardening reports, this article is entitled ‘Basic Ideas on Butterfly Gardening’. We hope it will help to enhance your knowledge of butterflies. Notwithstanding the fact that we are diligent in researching and authoring these butterfly garden reports, we must ask that you read and accept our disclaimer. We don’t want you to make any decisions based on the recommendations provided in this essay and experience problems as a result.

When creating a butterfly garden, the possibilities of what to include in your butterfly garden design are endless. Below are some suggestions to help get you started. They are designed to spark the creative process of your mind and get you started on your way to creating a lovely butterfly garden.

Before you even begin your butterfly garden, find out which species of butterflies are in your area. Consider taking an exploratory hike around your location with a butterfly identification book. This may take a little extra time and effort, but the results will be worth it. After you have compiled your list of local butterfly species, be sure to write down in your butterfly garden plan what these particular species of butterflies use for nectar and food plants. (more…)

February 9, 2009

How to Maintain A Beautiful Flower Garden In Your Backyard

This essay, entitled ‘How to Maintain A Beautiful Flower Garden In Your Backyard’ is part of the schedule of flower gardening essays published by Gardening World UK. Its ‘raison d’etre’, as with previous backyard gardening essays, is to educate interested parties on gardening and garden sculpture information, and to further logical analysis. We trust it is easy to comprehend, and that the perrenial garden advice contained is useful. Before making plans based on some of the gardening tips counsel written in this essay, please make sure to read our legal disclaimer.

Flower gardening is becoming more and more popular every day. Flowers can brighten everyone’s day, they smell nice, and are a great hobby. Flower gardening is simple, inexpensive, and loads of fun. Flower gardening can be done for yard decoration, simply as a hobby, or even professionally.

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February 3, 2009

Gardening Tips - Know the Basics of Gardening and the Important Gardening Tools You Need

This is yet another essay in our run of gardening articles, this particular article is entitled ‘Gardening Tips - Know the Basics of Gardening and the Important Gardening Tools You Need ‘. We hope it will advance your comprehension of gardening basics. Notwithstanding the fact that we are fastidious in preparing and commissioning these gardening tools articles, we must still insist that you read and accept our legal disclaimer. We don’t want you to make any decisions based on the information detailed in this blog and experience difficulties as a result.

If you enjoy gardening, you are not alone. Each year, millions of Americans grow a garden. If you are interested in becoming one of those individuals, you may need to purchase some supplies. These gardening accessories may not only make gardening easier, but they may also help to produce better results.

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January 15, 2009

Attracting Butterflies Into Your Garden

This is yet another report in our series of home gardening articles, this article is entitled ‘Attracting Butterflies Into Your Garden’. We hope that it helps improve your comprehension of butterflies. Although we exercise diligence in preparing and writing these butterfly gardening articles, we must insist that you read and acknowledge our disclaimer. We hate the idea of you making decisions based on the advice and tips provided in this essay and suffer as a result.

What is butterfly gardening? Simply put butterfly gardening is the art of growing flowers and plants that will attract these colorful and dainty creatures to your garden. Delight your family and visitors with beautiful butterflies, but be sure to create a safe habitat for them. If you own cats rethink your plans, because it would be a shame to attract these lovely insects to their death.

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Simple Tips on How to Protect Your Prized Roses

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This is yet another rose gardening report from Gardening World UK, this particular one is called ‘Simple Tips on How to Protect Your Prized Roses’. We plan on releasing additional reports on rose care frequently, and a number of them will be researched and written by established guest essayists who are experts in the area of rose garden. In any case, please make sure to read and accept our legal disclaimer before being tempted to do anything drastic based on the flower gardening information that you found in this report.

To make sure that your prized roses remain in the best of health, simply follow these tips.

1. Black Spots on Leaves

This disease is commonly known as black spot. Black spots appear as circular with fringed edges on leaves. They cause the leaves to yellow. Remove the infected foliage and pick up any fallen leaves around the rose. Artificial sprays may be used to prevent or treat this kind of rose disease.

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Benefit from Your Own Garden - Start Growing Herbs!

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Hello, and welcome to a further home gardening essay from Gardening World UK, this particular article is titled ‘Benefit from Your Own Garden - Start Growing Herbs!’. We will be offering more articles on herb gardening regularly, and some of them will be written by well-established authors who are experts in the field of herbal plants. All the same, it is essential that you read and acknowledge our disclaimer before deciding to do anything drastic based on some of herb gardens wisdom that appears in this blog.

Herb gardening is becoming more and more popular every day, and for a good reason. Herbs have practical value, serve a purpose, and with herb gardening you can actually use your plants. When most people think of herb gardening they automatically think of cooking, but herbs are also grown for their pleasant aroma and their beauty.

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Ways to Keep a Low Maintenance Garden By The Yard

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This is another home gardening page from Gardening World UK, this one is titled ‘Ways to Keep a Low Maintenance Garden By The Yard’. We hope to be publishing new reports on yard garden as regularly as we can, and some of them will be researched and written by well known guest journalists who are authorities in the subject of lawn care. All the same, it is important that you read and comprehend our disclaimer before deciding to change your plans as a result of the lawn and garden intelligence that is written in this essay.

If you have a tiny yard and would like a simple but well-maintained garden, you only need two things - determination and know-how. Here are some tips on how to keep your garden by the yard looking spruced up and glamorous.

1. Deadheading

Keep your border free from wilted flowers and dried leaves. Deadheading or removing dead flower heads will encourage the plants to produce more blooms for longer. Many perennials such as geraniums and dahlias, and some annuals benefit from having spent blooms removed

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