I love preparing the sowing calendar for this month February, there are many more things. This month begins to be more diverse, and crops such as tomatoes, peppers or zucchini re-enter the plans in temperate climates (in cold climates wait until March better).The days are lengthening little by little and the crops begin to have more...
Let me guess, a thick branch that is high from the ground needs to get cut right away. And you’ve given a thought about playing the game with your pruning saw, but understood that it can’t help you regarding this matter (unless you’re not planning to use a ladder). This is when a pole...
Spring is the season of new life, florals, and great weather. But not all look forward to this time of the year. In Fact, How to Grow An Allergy Free Garden despite the inviting weather and natural beauties in our gardens and park, there are some who stay inside awaiting the next season. Hayfever...
Choosing patio furniture that will last in time and follow our desires, it is sometimes difficult. What questions should one ask oneself in order not to be mistaken and to create a cozy and functional outdoor living room? 5 Essential Patio Furniture Buying Guide to Follow: Choosing garden furniture material The question of the material is paramount when...
Once the nice warm weather hits, adults and kids want to be outside enjoying it. These are some fun and educational activities that you can start doing a garden project for school with your kids. 8 tips to share on a garden project for school with kids involvement. Paint a Birdhouse Making a birdhouse is a great...