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Stylish side yard makeover

 Side Yard Makeover Everyone wants a good back and forth - look for a gardener's stylish side yard decor filled with easy-to-care flowering shrubs and perennials. Give a decoration to your boring side yard It's easy to forget those tricky landscapes between the side courtyards, the house, and the property line, as you can see above. For many of us, these lean places are challenging to the landscape. Debris and recycling bins are stacked and encouraged to use them as a pathway or completely avoidance area to avoid the accumulation of manure invisibly. But you can turn them into a pleasant way to go from front to back, just like in Wisconsin Zone 5. Informal route A straight lawn path between beds that were once well- mulched is all the more pleasant and rewarding with the addition of a flagship path for snakes through beds lined with reliable shrubs, annuals, and perennials. Setting the flagpole in concrete is expensive and difficult. Instead, to get a visual sense

White blisters on tomato fruit

 Tomato Sunscolt Management Tomatoes are known as the gateway vegetable to start homemade vegetable patches. Given their easy nature and unique taste of summer, this is not surprising. Unfortunately, no matter how easy it is to grow these delicious fruits, they are not without their complications. They are preferred by pests and diseases, which will thwart any plan for a tomato-rich summer. However, a common tomato problem that many people ignore is not a serious disease or a pest. It's Weil. Or, in this case, sunscald. If you notice white patches on your young tomato fruit, you know you have sunburn on your hands. No matter how horrible it is to see these beautiful fruits lose color in sunlight, it is not difficult to manage or prevent sunlight. What is Sunscult? Sunscald usually attacks tomatoes and some members of the nightshade family, thanks to their warmth and love of the full sun. When exposed to intense direct sunlight, the sensitive skins of the tomato fruit b

successful Container Gardening Tips

 Container Gardening Tips: List of tips to help you succeed Growing plants in containers are not as easy as it sounds. Although plucking a plant in a pot may seem simple, ensuring that the plant thrives can sometimes be complicated. What kind of soil is best for the plant? How much water does it need? Where is the best place to put the pot after planting? Need to feed the plant? If so, how many times? To simplify all the tasks involved in growing containers, we have compiled this list of Container Gardening Tips that runs from the beginning to the end of the season, giving you all the advice you need to grow a successful Container Garden anywhere. Long live you. List of our work-by-work container gardening tips To make this container gardening tips list as simple as possible, we have divided our most useful tips into sections that follow the growing season. By following the snippets of useful and practical tips, you will learn how to plant and grow a beautiful and useful c

How to propagate plants by seeds

Horticultural secrets: how to propagate plants by seeds The most common way for plants to reproduce in nature is by seed falling to the ground or being carried by the wind, water, and birds. Seeds, they are called in most fruits. Plant reproduction by seed is found in most plants, vegetables, ornamental plants, aromatic plants, and fruit trees . This helps maintain our favorite plant species and at the same time reduces the cost of creating plants. Each seed has a germinating embryo when it is exposed to moisture, temperature, and oxygen. The endosperm and cotyledons of the seed contain nutrients that help in embryonic development in the early stages until it forms the root system and leaves. Depending on the plant and the crop, there may be more efficient, easier, or faster-breeding methods. So let's look in detail at how to collect and store seeds, what to focus on seed germination, how to help seed germination, and useful tips for creating vibrant and healthy plants

Suitable plants for pets

Pet-friendly plants to grow When we plan our gardens, there is a tendency to make choices based on the plant's color, texture, habits, and flowering season. But it makes sense to add our beloved pets to the equation. After all, although there are some plants that can actually be used or enjoyed by our pets, many of them are still harmful and sometimes dangerous. If you have cats, dogs, rabbits, or guinea pigs, the freedom of pets to roam, relax and play happily in the garden - or at least the allotted area - is always something to consider when choosing plants. This is a guide to some of the plants you should grow in your garden (see the list of plants you should not grow for your pets that are dangerous to pets). Whatever you raise, keep in mind that your pets still need to be monitored. If you have any doubts about your Home garden and how your pet is coping with it, do not hesitate to ask the veterinarian. ➤ Use wood ash in the garden ➤  Garden plants that are toxi

Enhance the beauty of your home garden

Why do you need a home garden? Apart from the obvious need to circulate carbon dioxide and oxygen, there are many reasons to choose a home garden. To begin with, it adds aesthetic value to your property. Plants, climbers, and even succulent plants represent life. They brighten your home, otherwise, add vitality to a dull lifestyle. They bring positive energy. Many plants like bell plants, calming lilies, and lucky bamboo add positive vibes to your living space and enrich your life. They reduce the cost of living. Herbal gardens, vegetable gardens, orchards, and flower gardens reduce the cost of living. You can grow your own vegetables, flowers and brighten up the house and grow homemade spices for cooking. They help to create beautiful outdoor spaces for relaxation. You can add climbers and hanging baskets in pots with beautiful plants to your pergolas, and he pours for a quiet zone to relax after a long, hard day. They create a backdrop for romantic dinners. Now you do no

Prevent Rabbits from Falling in Your Garden

 6 Ways to Prevent Rabbits from Falling in Your Garden Rabbits can be beautiful - with their large ears, soft furry bodies, bunny hops, and wiggles noses - but that admiration will soon disappear once you see the damage they do to your vegetable crops! Although they are found worldwide, more than half of the world's total rabbit population lives in North America. They can also be found eating greens in dense urban settings. Turbulent appetite and often descending in numbers, rabbits will treat any delicate plant but have a specific choice of foods grown in the vegetable garden: beets, beans, carrots, lettuce, broccoli, peas, and coriander. They also eat flowers and other ornamental plants. When there is a shortage of food in the winter, the rabbits remove the bark from the trees and shrubs. Get ready this spring by combining various rabbit repellent techniques to help protect your valuable plants. 1. Garden fencing One of the best ways to protect yourself against rabbi

5 Herbs you can plant once

 Perennial herbs you can plant once Without spending tons of money and time planting new plants each season, perennial herbs are a great way to continue your supply of fresh herbs. With proper care and cultivation, these ten trouble-free herbs will thrive in the years to come. 1. Lavender Developing Tips: Plant lavender in full sun in well-drained soil. It does not like to have too much moisture, so let the soil dry before deep watering. Harvest: It is best to harvest lavender as soon as the buds have formed, but before the flowers are fully open. This will allow you to get the optimal color and aroma from your plants. Grab large bunches of lavender stems near the base and cut with sharp scissors. Tie the bundle together and hang upside down in a warm dry place away from direct sunlight. After about 2-4 weeks, the lavender is ready to use. Shake the flowers and leaves gently and place them in an airtight jar. uses: Fresh or dried lavender can be used as a vibrant and delici

Organic Lawn Maintenance tips

 Organic Lawn Maintenance Guide If you think you can get a lush, beautiful lawn using chemicals, you will be in for a pleasant surprise. Maintain a healthy, easy lawn without the use of conventional pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers! Organic lawn maintenance includes organic fertilizers, appropriate cutting procedures, and natural herbicides to create hard, healthy soil. When you use organic matter, you improve the structure of your soil, provide the roots with nutrients, and help create pest-resistant soil. Follow our Organic Lawn Maintenance Guide for tips on growing lawns where others may be 'enviously green'. Share this Organic Lawn Maintenance Guide with Friends and Neighbors. You Can Encourage Them to Join the Organic Lawn Maintenance Force! Get a soil test Healthy soil contains a lot of organic matter and is rich in microbial life. Fertile, fertile soils are the building blocks of healthy grass, which naturally repel pests and weeds. Take the guesswork