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14 Dec 2019
Christmas celebrations include spending time with the family, decorating the entire house, inside and out and shopping, for friends and relatives.
7 Dec 2019
The Christmas holiday is a time for beauty and good cheer and nothing helps bring beauty and good cheer like beautiful flowers for Christmas.
30 Nov 2019
If you are thinking which landscaping style is best for your garden, consider carefully which school of thought you want to follow- formal or informal garden design.
23 Nov 2019
Floral symbols are often used to represent the identity or describe the characteristics of the subject.
9 Nov 2019
In garden design we have to consider the key elements or principles of design (size, form, balance) – whether form or function depends on primary purpose, often both. Also, there are two basic styles of gardens, formal and informal.
2 Nov 2019
I didn’t like dealing with lines and angles in math class, but I love using them when thinking about landscape ideas. Take advantage of lines, shapes, and angles when reviewing your garden ideas and laying out your yard to add drama and impact.
19 Oct 2019
Creating a beautiful landscape is not as hard as you might thing. You don’t have to be a landscape designer to create a beautiful garden – but you do need to learn the basics of landscaping design to take the mystery out of designing your flower beds and borders.
12 Oct 2019
Costus Spectabilis common name ‘’yellow trumpet” or “golden trumpet” our national floral emblem (which flowers were erroneously represented in red instead of its yellow color on our national coat of arms).
28 Sep 2019
Nigeria is a tropical West African country that has relatively warm climate with temperatures ranging from 43 to 111 degrees F. Climate conditions vary across the land, with cooler temperatures and higher average rainfall on the coastal regions and dryer temperatures as you progress inland.
21 Sep 2019
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...
7 Sep 2019
There’s nothing like a spell of hot, dry weather to expose the crusting, cracking, nutrient-depleted state of your soil. Heavy clays and apparently lifeless sands really show their flaws in the warmer months.
31 Aug 2019
Your favourite plants don’t seem to thrive in your garden? Check your soil- it’s structure, acidity, alkalinity and fertility have a major impact on what will or won’t grow.

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