Anyone can learn how to container garden. Seriously. I used to be a confirmed slayer of all plants. My thumb was not green; it was a destroyer of green. However, over time I learned how to keep plants in containers alive, at least for most part.
Coleus in contemporary gardens
Coleus are one of the rare plants that are grown almost exclusively for colorful foliage. In this regard, they’re like crotons, but they’re smaller and perhaps somewhat easier to grow inside.
Gardening without a garden
Enjoying your outdoor space is always nice, but especially more relaxing when you are surrounded by flowering plants, vegetables, and green foliage. However, not everyone has room for a traditional garden.
Contemporary garden design suits modern life style
If you have a garden and a library you have everything you need”- Marcus Tullius Cicero 106BC-43B.In the hustle and bustle of city life, people need, somewhere to pause and recover the equilibrium of a simple life, a place without clutter and complexities, a peaceful place.
Celebrating mothers, womanhood with flowers
But in many homes, it is not so, despite their roles as hands that rocks the cradle and nurtures the generation of future leaders, they are not recognized for their efforts.
Old news is good news
Newspapers help you make ‘no-dig’ garden beds and are an easy organic effective method to stop weed invasion. Using newspapers in the garden is frugal as well as environmentally sound.
Art in the garden
Gardens are natural backdrop to showcase an array of art forms and decorations. Whether they are precious antique finds, traditional, contemporary or creations...
Declutter your garden
A Japanese organizing consultant Marie Kondo published a book: The life changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of De cluttering and Organizing, which made her a world authoritative voice on how to tidy up.