Arbors And Trellises As Garden Décor

Arbors And Trellises As Garden Décor – Garden décor makes all the difference in making your yard or garden into a true outdoor home. Whether you have a large yard with multiple More »

Year-Round Container Gardens: Designing Tips

Year-Round Container Gardens: Designing Tips -With the ever-increasing array of containers from all over the world to choose from and a dazzling range of plants to fill them, it is hardly surprising More »

Decorating Your Garden For Christmas

Decorating Your Garden For Christmas – Decorating your garden with all kinds of festive decor for the holidays will add cheer to your home. You can decorate the outside of your home as More »

Wrought Iron Art As A Part Of Garden Decor

Wrought Iron Art As A Part Of Garden Decor – Wrought iron art offers many options for growing your outdoor art garden. Just as you use wrought iron and other metals for More »

Decorating Patio And Garden With Owl Water Fountains

Decorating Patio And Garden With Owl Water Fountains – Owl water fountains must be one of the most fun and attractive options to delight the eye and light the spirit. They combine the More »

 

Garden Decor: Styles Of Garden Fencing

Garden Decor: Styles Of Garden Fencing

A garden fence is a great way to combine the practical with the stylish, by both adding security to your garden and creating a beautiful and stylish touch to your yard. Enclosing your yard or garden can help keep pests and deer from eating the fruits and vegetables you have spent so much time on, and the fence can also be a reflection of your individual personality.

Gardening is a hobby that more and more people are starting to pursue, partly because it is rewarding and can reduce stress and partly because of the green movement. Protecting your garden with a fence can be a big deal especially if you live in an area with a lot of pests and animals that eat plants. Deciding which materials to make your fence from has a lot to do with individual preference as well as the look and style of your home.

How To Construct Your Own Raised Beds

How To Construct Your Own Raised Beds

Many gardeners are not blessed with rich, tillable soil, or fertile loam that just begs for deep rooted veggies and heavy feeding flowers. In fact, in many regions, there are soil issues galore, that severely hamper or annoy gardeners until they despair of ever being able to grow delicious crops or fragrant flowers at all!

With the assistance of raised beds, gardeners in every location and climate can plant and reap the benefits of their efforts! And even if you do have fairly loamy soil conditions, raised beds can still be a gardener’s best choice, allowing greater control over exactly what your fabulous vegetables and ornamentals are growing in.

Landscaping With Washed Stone, Sand And Gravel

Landscaping With Washed Stone, Sand And Gravel

Many products are available in the landscaping industry, but washed natural round stone is one of the most versatile and inexpensive materials on the market. Washed stone is an assortment of fractured and round stones that transports you to a natural, authentic setting without ever leaving your yard. The variation in colors adds contrast and elegance to your home.

Use them for walkways, edging, patios, and gardens along with about anything your imagination can create. Washed stone is popular in the construction of backyard waterfalls. Choose washed natural round stone by color, shape and size to fit your existing décor. Natural stones are relatively inexpensive, yet they are durable and low maintenance adding a rustic down home look to your property.

Design Your Winter Garden With Shrubs

Design Your Winter Garden With Shrubs

An indispensable element of the winter garden, shrubs provide form, structure, fragrance and colors. A well-planted garden will have a selection of these useful plants, each contributing to the overall scheme. Topiarized evergreens and deciduous shrubs with scented winter flowers should be positioned where their characteristics can be appreciated to the full.

Cornus. The dogwood include some enormous frees, for which you will need a large winter garden, but there are some shrubs, which can be kept small by coppicing them every year. This forces them to put up a number of short stems, about 3m (10ft) high, the best of which are richly colored. The spring coppicing can either involve cutting back every single stem, or just half so that it always has some growth.