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Guide To Garden Pond Supplies

Guide To Garden Pond Supplies

Guide To Garden Pond Supplies – Have you ever dreamed of creating a backyard oasis? Someplace where you can relax and enjoy nature, even if you live in the middle of a big city? If so, then a pond may be just what you have been looking for. While building a garden pond is not necessarily difficult, there is more involved than simply lining a hole in the ground and filling it with water and some fish.

Before you start the pond building process, you must first gather your pond supplies, decide on the size and the location for your pond and, of course, how deep your new pond will be. The depth will depend on where you live and whether or not there will be fish sharing your new oasis with you.

Minimalist Garden Design

Minimalist Garden Design

Minimalist Garden Design – If you’re interested in trying some minimalist themes in your garden space during your next project for landscaping, here are a few suggestions to try. If you do not have backyard walls yet, consider how you can use fencing or hardscaping to give shape to your garden space. Sectioning off portions of the lawn with geometric paving, plant pots, and modern furniture can help accentuate these characteristics of a minimalist-infused garden design.

Rain Forest Plants

Rain Forest Plants

Rain Forest Plants – Rain forest plants thrive in the humid climate of a rain forest. A large number of rain forest plants are used for making a wide range of medicines. Some of the most popular rain forest plants include orchids, passion flower, ferns, bougainvillea,  bamboo, and banana plants.

Orchids are flowering rain forest plants, and insects are attracted to them due to their alluring colors and heavenly smell. Liana belongs to the category of vines that are found throughout the rain forests.

The Best Position For Deck And Garden Gazebos

The Best Position For Deck And Garden Gazebos

The Best Position For Deck And Garden Gazebos – One of best ways to extend your outdoor living space is by adding a gazebo. These pretty garden structures were originally used in Victorian times to shade fashionably pale ladies from the sun. Now they’re being turned into everything from cozy eating areas to kid’s playhouses, and getaway spaces to meditate.

But why is it that some gazebos blend so naturally into the backyard like they’ve been there forever, while others look stiff, awkward and stick out like a sore thumb?