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Why Hay Bale Gardening is A Good Idea
Why Hay Bale Gardening is A Good Idea
Why Hay Bale Gardening is A Good Idea

Why Hay Bale Gardening is A Good Idea

Hay bale gardening is a different and inexpensive raised bed technique that allows you to plant different crops while it decomposes. Gardening with hay bale can open up different kinds of possibilities especially for urban gard...
 
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Xeriscaping your Herb Garden
Xeriscaping your Herb Garden
Xeriscaping your Herb Garden

Xeriscaping your Herb Garden

Xeriscaping is a unique style of gardening where drought resistant plants are used to create a garden that uses a very minimal amount of water but with better production yield. Xeriscape gardening is not just for native plants ...
 
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Growing Honeydew Melon in Your Garden Can Be Rewarding
Growing Honeydew Melon in Your Garden Can Be Rewarding
Growing Honeydew Melon in Your Garden Can Be Rewarding

Growing Honeydew Melon in Your Garden Can Be Rewarding

Honeydew is a variety of melon that was cultivated in southern France hundred years ago and is known as white Antibes. Whether you take it fresh, as a smoothie or added to salad, no doubt this wonderful melon makes a refreshing...

 
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Potted Raspberry in Your Garden
Potted Raspberry in Your Garden
Potted Raspberry in Your Garden

Potted Raspberry in Your Garden

Raspberries are lovely four season shrub. They’re not only good tasting but also provide amazing health benefits and are in fact considered as a superfood due to their natural cancer fighting properties. Raspberries belong to t...
 
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Planting Horseradish in Your Garden
Planting Horseradish in Your Garden
Planting Horseradish in Your Garden

Planting Horseradish in Your Garden

Horseradish is a powerhouse of health benefits, a superfood with a very high level of glucosinolates that is known to fight cancer. This herb can also help lower your blood pressure, improve your immune system, helps develop st...
 
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Best Healing Plants to Grow in Your Garden
Best Healing Plants to Grow in Your Garden
Best Healing Plants to Grow in Your Garden

Best Healing Plants to Grow in Your Garden

Long before the modern-day medicines was introduced, the ancient civilizations were already using different plants to treat an assortment of illnesses and even diseases to a very good degree of effectiveness. Growing these rema...

 
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Planting Brussel Sprouts in Your Garden
Planting Brussel Sprouts in Your Garden
Planting Brussel Sprouts in Your Garden

Planting Brussel Sprouts in Your Garden

Brussels sprouts, they look like tiny cabbages with a very distinct taste and aroma and are also highly nutritious. This slow growing crop belongs to the brassica oleracea family from the gemmifera group. They are hardy plants ...
 
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Planting Peas in Your Garden This Spring
Planting Peas in Your Garden This Spring
Planting Peas in Your Garden This Spring

Planting Peas in Your Garden This Spring

Spring is just around the corner and the best time to prepare this garden favorite is now. Peas, whose name is derived from the Latin word ‘pisum’ is considered as one of the oldest cultivated crop in the planet. No one really ...
 
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Intensive Gardening Means Producing More With Less Space
Intensive Gardening Means Producing More With Less Space
Intensive Gardening Means Producing More With Less Space

Intensive Gardening Means Producing More With Less Space

In conventional gardening, the practice involves single rows of crops that are spaced widely apart, taking up much garden area with the space between rows. Other gardeners prefer this as they find long rows of garden more attra...

 
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How To Grow Organic Asparagus In Your Backyard
How To Grow Organic Asparagus In Your Backyard
How To Grow Organic Asparagus In Your Backyard

How To Grow Organic Asparagus In Your Backyard

Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) has been cultivated for the past 2,000 years. It contains a rich amount of vitamin C, and B complex, including iron, calcium, and potassium. Asparagus is also one of the first crops of spring h...