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Hiring a Landscaping Contractor

Landscapers, or those whom identify as one, can provide a lot of useful services for those with neither the time nor inclination to manage their own gardens. These services range from basic maintenance services such as lawn care, hedge trimming and weeding, to more top-end services such as garden design. Really, landscapers can be broken […]


Hydroponic Systems

If you have a greenhouse and are interested in growing your own food, a method that is definitely worth looking into is hydroponics. Hydroponics is a method of growing plants (a very wide variety of them) through the use of mineral solutions and water, i.e no soil. This may sound pretty drastic and maybe even […]

Allotments, Gardening

Lawn Maintenance and Repair

The most important part of a garden for many people is the lawn. grass quality, length of grass, patchiness, colour; all play into the quality of the grass, and to get the optimum standards for each of these areas requires management, maintenance, and sometimes repairing damage. There are a number of ways in which you […]


Frugal Gardening: Growing From Seeds

Gardening can be a pretty expensive hobby, which is why finding methods to reduce the costs involved are pretty valuable for people who regularly garden. Perennial plants, whether you’re talking about fruit and veg or flowering plants, are a great example of this because you need to buy them every year to fill your garden […]

Garden Supplies

How to Remove a Tree Stump

There are few tasks as tiring in gardening than attempting to dig up a tree stump. It can really take it out of you; to dig as far down as possible and then try to hack through the large roots when the surrounding dirt is absorbing a lot of the force. Unless you do it […]


Transplanting a Tree

The way in which you dig up a tree or any other large plant can change a lot depending upon two factors; how big their root system is, and whether or not you intend to replant the plant elsewhere. If you’re digging up the tree with the intention of getting rid of it, you can […]


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