Pharmacy In Vegetables.

March 13, 2010 by Mario  
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A Unique Report With 140 Tested Home And Beauty Remedies Using Simple Vegetables. Use The Science Behind The Health Benefits Of Vegetables To Improve Your Health, Delay Aging And Cure Major Diseases.
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The Complete Gardening System.

March 12, 2010 by Mario  
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A Massive Gardening Course That Will Transform Your Garden And Home And Help To Increase The Value Of Your Home. Downloadable Course Materials Including Audio.
The Complete Gardening System.

Organic Gardening.

March 12, 2010 by Mario  
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Set Up Your Own Organic Garden And Grow Your Own 100% Organic Vegetables. You Will No Longer Have To Spend Money Purchasing Vegetables From Your Local Market That Will Go Bad Quickly And Need To Be Replaced.
Organic Gardening.

Free Organic Vegetable Gardening At Home.

March 12, 2010 by Mario  
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Learn How To Start Up Or Enhance Your Own Organic Vegetable Garden At Home. Everyone Can Save Money On Food Bills And Produce Superior Fruit And Vegetables.
Free Organic Vegetable Gardening At Home.

Free Organic Vegetable Gardening At Home.

March 12, 2010 by Mario  
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Learn How To Start Up Or Enhance Your Own Organic Vegetable Garden At Home. Everyone Can Save Money On Food Bills And Produce Superior Fruit And Vegetables.
Free Organic Vegetable Gardening At Home.

Time to Plant & Prune Fruit Trees & Roses in Southern California

March 11, 2010 by Mario  
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January is a good time to plant dormant fruit trees and roses for wonderful springtime color and fruit harvest. With Southern California’s normally mild winters, a variety of vegetable and berry plants will also do well when planted in January.

Plant dormant fruit and rose trees: Bare root fruit trees and roses may appear lifeless in winter but will grow heartily in spring and summer if planted now. Plant apricot, plum, apple, pear and peach trees, and all types of rose bushes. Add organic compost planting mix to the soil to increase soil aeration and to keep in moisture.

Plant California Native Vegetation:  Winter is the ideal time to plant California native vegetation. Winter rains give them a healthy start. Plant such natives as iris, Manzanita, sycamore, yarrow and Matilija poppy.

Prune and Pinch: Prune deciduous trees and shrubs and pinch back dead portions of perennial and annual flowers to keep plants looking fit. For roses, prune no more than one-half of new growth from the previous growing season. Pruning and pinching encourages new growth that will produce fuller flowers and larger fruit.

Plant Winter Vegetables: For gardeners who can’t wait until spring to plant a vegetable garden, cool weather vegetables are ready to plant in January. They include artichokes, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, carrots, peas, potatoes spinach and strawberries.

Extending the Life of Poinsettias: Poinsettia flowers will usually remain healthy into March. After March, cut back the stems to no more than eight inches tall. By June, new growth will begin. Keep the plant in indirect, natural sunlight and the soil moderately moist. When the weather warms, bring the plant outside and transplant into a bigger pot. Prune as needed so the plant is bushy. Flowers will begin to grow in October and reach their peak of beauty in November and December.

The Hydroponic Garden Secrets Guide.

March 10, 2010 by Mario  
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Hydroponics Secrets Shows You How To Grow The Plants, Fruits And Vegetables -even In Limited Space–without Using Soil. An Amazi.
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Organic Vegetable Herb Garden – Pays 60% Commission.

March 10, 2010 by Mario  
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Great Ebook In A Hot Niche. This Product Teaches How To Start And Create Your Own Organic Vegetable Herb Garden In Great Detail. Organic Vegetable Herb Garden – Pays 60% Commission.

Modern Greenhouse Gardening – Learn Its Various Benefits

March 6, 2010 by Mario  
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Greenhouse gardening can seem a little old fashioned these days. It is so easy to jump in the car and drive to the supermarket where we can find every kind of fruit and vegetables flown in from all over the world. You want fresh strawberries in winter? No problem, there they are on the shelf. May be you need some green beans for dinner. Pick up a little plastic wrapped tray that were growing three days ago in Kenya.

But these are the very reasons for moving to greenhouse gardening. Driving and flying burn up increasingly scarce fossil fuels and release greenhouse gases into the atmopshere. More and more people are waking up to the dangers of global warming.

Fresh fruit and vegetables have never been easier to buy than they are today. We live in an age of convenience and immediate gratification. A greenhouse seems to entail just too much work and the gratification is postponed for too long. Greenhouses seem pointless until we begin to think about the wider picture and the kind of world our children and grandchildren will inherit.

Getting into greenhouse gardening can be an ecologically and socially responsible choice. You will be eating fruit and vegetables that have grown in your own backyard. They have not been flown half way round the planet to get to your plate. What’s more you did not have to drive to get them. You took a short walk and got some healthy exercise every day when you walked out to the greenhouse to check on them.

We have got used to those convenient little packages in the supermarket. We like the idea of having our vegetables ready prepared and washed. But we have also got used to poor taste. The fruit and vegetables we buy in the supermarket have lost most of their natural sugars that give them their flavour. Even the varieties are chosen for their shelf life rather than their flavour.

When you experience home grown fruit and vegetables fresh from the greenhouse you will enter another quality of flavour. A fresh picked tomato explodes in your mouth with flavour. Growing your own in the greenhouse means that you can select varieties that have the best flavour.

A whole range of unusual varieties exist that are rarely grown commercially are available to you with a greenhouse. With your own greenhouse you can explore these lesser known varieties of familar fruit and vegetables. You can even become really adventurous and try the kinds of fruit and vegetables that you only get in specialist stores.

A greenhouse opens the world to you rather than bringing it to you at great cost to the planet and everyone on it. Your carbon footprint will be smaller but your horizons will be wider.

“But I don’t have time.” I hear you say and it is true we are all short of time. But a little time spent in the greenhouse has enormous personal benefits. It is incredibly therapeutic to go into the greenhouse after a hard day and just work quietly for an hour or so. Spending time with growing things is a recognized antidote to depression and anxiety. A greenhouse is a tranquilizer with no side effects except a healthier diet.

If you have kids, what better way to spend some quality time with them than in the greenhouse. It gives you and them unpressured time to talk. You are engaged in a joint task. A greenhouse can become a bonding experience for the family.

There is the added benefit that working with you in the greenhouse gives them the kind of practical hands on lesson that is seldom provided in school. They are learning about how things grow. Each session in the greenhouse is a biology lesson in itself. They are learning about the plants and about the insects that feed on them and pollinate them.

They, and you, will learn a lot about organic chemistry when you mix your plant foods, insecticides and other chemicals. You will undoubtedly learn a lot about electronics and handling basic tools as you get the control systems of your greenhouse working and rig up plant supports and irrigation pipes.

A child who finds academic lessons a difficult will often shine at tasks they can learn by experience. Plants are very forgiving and even children who suffer with problems of concentration can experience the satisfaction of achievement growing a few simple crops in the greenhouse.