How to Grow Coelogyne Orchids

23 April 2012

This is a large genus of mainly epiphytic orchids from tropical Asia, found as far north as China, throughout the whole of India, Sri Lanka, Burma, the Malaysian Peninsula and as far south as New Guinea. Most of them have large, attractive flowers and even out of bloom they are very interesting plants. They have […]

How to Divide Orchids

18 April 2012

While the natural method of propagating orchids, by seed, is a little beyond the reach of most amateur growers, dividing plants is a more accessible method of increasing stock. Sympodial orchids that grow with pseudobulbs are the easiest to divide. Each of the pseudobulbs is connected to the others by a thick rhizome which can […]

How to Care for Vanda Alliance Orchids

13 April 2012

The genus Vanda consists of orchids that are found throughout tropical Southeast Asia. They are monopodial plants consisting of a single upright stem from which leaves are produced alternately, resulting in the plant appearing to be flat with new foliage constantly being produced from the top of the stem. The thick leaves can vary from […]

Organic Gardening Tips To Improve Your Family’s Health

08 April 2012

When you use the correct organic gardening products, techniques, and equipment, it shows. Your caring skills will shine through in the quality of your garden. This is extremely laudable. Like any other skills you may have, these are able to be improved. The following tips are given to help you with this. If you plants […]

Simple Advice That Makes A Better Gardener!

03 April 2012

The organic trend is becoming more popular, as are holistic lifestyles. In order for someone to live a holistic lifestyle, and obtain the desired health benefits, they usually have to learn to grow their own herbs and plants. They have to know how to start and maintain an organic garden. The following advice below helps […]

Grow Like A Pro With These Organic Gardening Tips

29 March 2012

A green thumb and a great deal of patience is needed to take on the hobby of organic gardening. It is a hobby with the goal of growing healthy, pesticide-free food to enjoy. It actually isn’t as hard as it sounds. Keep reading to learn what you can do to make your garden succeed. Compost […]

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Bonsai

Chinese Elm Bonsai Increase The Beauty Of Your Garden

Posted on 11 June 2009

Chinese elm bonsai is one of the most famous of the bonsai varieties. For beginners to bonsai Chinese elm bonsai is the best one can go for. Chinese elm bonsai is basically found in East Asia and China regions. It has the capacity to grow till 60 ft in height, hence needs pruning at proper […]

Flowers Garden

How to Grow Coelogyne Orchids

Posted on 23 April 2012

This is a large genus of mainly epiphytic orchids from tropical Asia, found as far north as China, throughout the whole of India, Sri Lanka, Burma, the Malaysian Peninsula and as far south as New Guinea. Most of them have large, attractive flowers and even out of bloom they are very interesting plants. They have […]

Gardening

Organic Gardening Tips To Improve Your Family’s Health

Posted on 08 April 2012

When you use the correct organic gardening products, techniques, and equipment, it shows. Your caring skills will shine through in the quality of your garden. This is extremely laudable. Like any other skills you may have, these are able to be improved. The following tips are given to help you with this. If you plants […]

Landscaping

Landscaping – What This Term Really Mean?

Posted on 19 February 2012

If you are wondering what landscaping is and how it can prove to be beneficial then in this article you would get to know a clear picture of what landscaping is all about. As the name implies, landscaping is a mean of gardening and it is a highly modified form of it where you plan […]

Uncategorized

5 Ways to Make Your Gardening Techniques Greener

Posted on 19 March 2013

Gardeners love to be surrounded by nature. Flowers, butterflies and trees abound. But what if your garden is doing more to hurt the environment than add to it? Go green in your garden to make your yard an eco-friendly sanctuary that the planet will love. · Collect rain A big part of going green is […]

Vegetable Garden

How to grow Asparagus

Posted on 11 October 2009

One of the earliest vegetable crops. Set out plants or roots as early in the year as they’re available. Wait two years for the first harvest. The tasty spears of this hardy perennial push up from heavy root masses from early spring until warm weather arrives and occasionally through midsummer. (Asparagus needs a winter dormancy […]