Halloween Garden Decor Ideas

Halloween Garden Decor Ideas

Posted on Aug 18, 2015 in Garden Designs

The best part about Halloween, besides all the candy you get to eat, is the part where you decorate your house and garden. With the help of some items you have around the house or you can buy in profile stores, you can create spooky and interesting garden decorations for Halloween.

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Garden Swing Bed Ideas

Garden Swing Bed Ideas

Posted on Apr 19, 2015 in Garden Designs

The suspended bed will complement any garden décor, whether you will place it under a pavilion, or you will build a canopy above the bed. From minimalist lines, to elegant swing beds covered in lace and silk, you can let your imagination create many swing bed designs to complement your porch or your garden.

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Outdoor Security Cameras that Blend in Your Garden Design

Outdoor Security Cameras that Blend in Your Garden Design

Posted on Apr 9, 2015 in Garden Designs

A security camera mounted on your wall is the most common type of security systems, but some people want to have a system that is undercover and can be hidden in the yard or behind a tree and the outdoor hidden camera is the ultimate way to protect your home without anyone knowing it, which can be quite awesome. From cameras looking like bird feeders to those who can be mistaken by a rock, there are plenty of models that you can blend in your garden design.

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Planning a Window Herb Garden

Planning a Window Herb Garden

Posted on Mar 26, 2015 in Garden Designs

Choosing to grow a window herb garden is the best solution for ensuring that the herbs which you use for cooking are fresh and healthy. Furthermore, this is a great idea for people who live in an apartment and can’t enjoy the advantages of a regular garden. Here is a guide that will help you plan an indoor garden.

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Finding the Right Snowblower for Each Yard

Finding the Right Snowblower for Each Yard

Posted on Feb 1, 2015 in Gardening Tools

For those who live in areas where it snows every year, the first snow flakes are a cause for great joy. What follows after spoils our mood: cleaning the walkways, parking lots, access roads, etc. The easiest way to clean the space in a short time is with a snowblower.

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Can Unfiltered Tap Water Affect the Well Being of Your Plants?

Can Unfiltered Tap Water Affect the Well Being of Your Plants?

Posted on Jan 18, 2015 in Gradening

The advantages of filling your home with indoor plants are more than aesthetic. Houseplants produce oxygen, improving the quality of your indoor air, and making it easier for you to breathe. Still, in order to enjoy these benefits, you need to water your flowers with filtered water to prevent them from drooping.

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What Type of Water is Best for Your Indoor Plants?

What Type of Water is Best for Your Indoor Plants?

Posted on Jan 7, 2015 in Gradening

The type of water you use for your indoor plants is very important because water is a fluid that helps the plants transport their nutrients and it should be clean and safe so that it will not affect the feeding process of the plants. Therefore, considering using a water filter to purify the tap water you use on your plants is a caring action towards your lovely indoor plants.

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Christmas Garden Decor

Christmas Garden Decor

Posted on Dec 10, 2014 in Garden Designs

When it comes to decorating your home for Christmas, every detail must be perfect. Many people focus too much on decorating the interior of a home and end up neglecting the garden. If you choose your decorations wisely, your garden can become a magical place, where you can relax with your family during the holidays.

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Backyard Winter Maintenance Tips

Backyard Winter Maintenance Tips

Posted on Dec 8, 2014 in Garden Designs, Gardening Tools

Preparing your garden for winter is essential if you want to enjoy a nice landscape in the spring. Therefore, you need to make sure that your perennials won’t die during the cold season. Furthermore, we provide you with accurate information that will help you learn how to get your fish pond ready for the following months.

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How to Create a Relaxation Space in Your Garden

How to Create a Relaxation Space in Your Garden

Posted on Nov 29, 2014 in Garden Designs

During summertime, there is nothing more comforting than coming home after a hard day of work and grabbing a cold, refreshing beverage and heading towards your relaxation place in the garden. Therefore, we suggest to use the following tricks for turning your patio into a relaxation space.

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French Garden Design

French Garden Design

Posted on Nov 16, 2014 in Garden Designs

The word most often associated with the French garden design is grandeur. They were created by the noble classes, princes and kings, to impress their friends and enemies. Despite their femininity and grace, these gardens exude power.

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How to Ensure a Proper Humidity Level for Your Indoor Plants

How to Ensure a Proper Humidity Level for Your Indoor Plants

Posted on Sep 21, 2014 in Gradening

Humidity represents the amount of water vapor that is found in the atmosphere. As the air is warmer, the more it is likely that water turns into vapor. Humidity can be quite dangerous for the indoor plants. Therefore, it’s important to ensure a good level of humidity in order for them to fully develop.

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