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.
Flowers of Easter
Easter is one of the most important and popular Christian holidays. It is observed to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ, three days after he was tortured to death.
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.
Preparing for the new season
If you live in a region affected by drought, seriously consider getting rid of that water-guzzling patch of lawn in your front or back garden or both
“Here and yonder, high and low, Goldenrod and Sunflower glow.” -Kelly weeks (1840-76)
Sunflowers have many uses such as for producing biodiesel and cooking oil. But the best use of a sunflower is to brighten the garden patios, even indoor rooms any time of the year.
Mini Ponds: A pond in a pot? Why not?
A teacup or a half whisky barrel can house a water garden. From one gallon to 20 to even 500 gallons, any tub, pot, barrel, or container that can hold water can be used.
A Valentine day beyond roses
An arrangement of assorted cacti and succulents displaying various textures and shades of green planted together to create a mini-exotic garden in stylish containers will win hearts.
The dream tree
Talking about beautiful trees, this tree Jacaranda mimosifolia popularly known as blue jacaranda is one of the most spectacular tree nature ever thought of conceiving and it did in a brilliant manner indeed.