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How to Grow Roses from Stem Cuttings

Published by monica on Sunday, April 21, 2013

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Grow roses from stem cuttings to save money. These instructions for growing roses will increase garden beauty without breaking the bank. Why spend money on rose plants when growing roses from cuttings is so simple? Share rose cuttings with friends, relatives and neighbors. Teach them how to grow roses from stem cuttings for their friends as well. Use this handy guide as a reference.

How to Improve Garden Soil

Published by monica on Sunday, April 21, 2013

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Before you undertake planting anything, consider the composition of your soil. The soil provides the essential nutrients, water and support that assist in helping plants thrive and grow.

List of Gardening Tools

Published by monica on Thursday, April 18, 2013

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There’s nothing better than looking out at your beautiful bed of flowers or picking ripe juicy tomatoes from your own home garden. But if you don’t have the right tools, then there’s little hope that you’ll get the desired result. To make sure that all your hard work isn’t for naught, first make sure that you have these basic items on-hand so you can tackle any gardening chore, big or small!

Decorative Garden Edgers

Published by monica on Thursday, April 18, 2013

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Decorative garden edgers add to the looks of your landscape as well as provide functionality. This kind of border defines particular areas of your yard and is useful for keeping the lawn and planting areas separate from one another. Therefore, mulch remains contained in the flower or garden bed and plants are protected from lawn mower damage as well.

Raised Bed Gardening Tips

Published by monica on Friday, April 12, 2013

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Raised gardening is simply the process of growing plants and flowers above the ground. Flower lovers and gardeners use raised gardening when they don't have large areas of the outdoors to plant in. It is useful for those who have small yards or just want to plant in one area in the yard as well. If you have already planted your annual garden, but would like an area to grow herbs or any other types of plants, creating a raised garden bed may be the route to take. While raised gardening beds take away the toil of having to bend down much, it is also incredibly useful for senior citizens, or those who may have arthritis in the knees and legs.

How to Start a Vegetable Garden

Published by monica on Friday, April 12, 2013

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This past gardening season was popular for those just learning to start a vegetable garden. The present economy has people returning to the frugal ways of the past. Starting a vegetable garden can be very economical. If you'd like to start a vegetable garden next year, begin planning now for optimum results. These easy steps will help to start a vegetable garden.

How to Grow Zucchini

Published by monica on Thursday, April 11, 2013

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You don't have to have a green thumb to grow one of the most popular green garden vegetables, which is zucchini. There really is no gardening trick to growing zucchini. In fact, zucchini is a great vegetable for first-time gardeners. All you need is a sunny spot, decent soil, a little know-how and you'll be harvesting your crop in a few weeks. But before you start collecting dozens of recipes, you'll need to know a bit about planting and growing zucchini.

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