Real Ninja – Amazing Historical Facts About Ninja

May 2, 2012 by Mario  
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Now That’s What I Call A Tomato! Guide To Growing Amazing Tomatoes

March 27, 2012 by Mario  
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The Amazing Book Of Roses

January 29, 2012 by Mario  
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June 21, 2010 by Mario  
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its been 2 wks, and i cant believe how fast the plants are grwing! compost tea is amazing! try it!

Gardening Tips and Tricks: Learn How to Grow an AMAZING Garden in Containers!

March 22, 2010 by Mario  
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Gardening Tips – 5 Amazing Gardening Tips To Make Heads Turn!

March 14, 2010 by Mario  
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People who are passionate about gardening are always working hard to make their gardens look even better than before. Any type of garden is wonderful to look at or to stroll in and gardening is an equally pleasurable hobby practiced all over the world. As the weather changes during the fall season and we are about to experience the chill of the windy cold nights, there are many tasks that need to be completed in your garden to have them ready for the following season.

1. If you still can’t spot any frost in your garden yet, it may just be the right time to start planting few flowers, trees and shrubs. In case your garden bears a quite forlorn look post the blooming season, follow the following tips and your garden will remain full of life the entire year.

2. Gardens that are looking a little bare right now only require some mums and pansies to smarten things up. You can take assistance of some modern annuals that will have plants blooming until frost in your garden. As mentioned earlier, fall is also the most appropriate time to plant perennials, shrubs, trees and spring bulbs. Among these varieties, the trees and shrubs must be in place by the early fall to help them acclimatize before the winters onslaught.

Some plant species that can withstand the cold winter season are deciduous shrubs, crabapple trees, honey locust and hawthorn. Birch, willows and oak are the tree types that must either be planted in early spring or early fall.

3. People that get bored with the same look of their gardens can look for new designer avenues during the fall as it is the best time to dig out plants and move them to different places in the garden. If deciduous trees or shrubs are also in your shifting plan, you must pay heed to the following points.

4. In order to maintain stable growth in your garden, it is advisable to spare trees and shrubs the move until the fall season. You can go about transplantation of trees during their dormant phase, which normally starts from fall and lasts until early spring. You must take good care while moving the trees as their root balls are usually pretty heavy and would require external help.

Also be sure to have the new location of the tree properly dug up before hand so that the tree can be directly placed there without any delay. The shrubs are also moved the same way as trees. You’ll be amazed to see the difference that such movements can bring about to the visual appeal of your gardens.

5. There is a separate set of instructions to be followed while you are planning a similar move for the perennials. This is due to their different growing and dormancy seasons. The right time to move the herbaceous plants or the woody perennials that are not produced out of bulbs, tubes or corns, is the early spring when one starts noticing fresh growth. There are a few other types of shrubs that should ideally be moved prior to the new growth. In case you are unsure about all such details, you can have them from your nearest gardening center.

If followed well, all the above-mentioned gardening tips will ensure that your gardens sport that prized look throughout the year.

Gardening Supplies – 5 Amazing Ways To Gather Information!

February 19, 2010 by Mario  
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You have shown that you are a proven green thumb and have happily immersed yourself in your favorite pastimes all these years. Now, you think the time is right to enter into a commercial gardening venture.

For this, you would like to know what sort of gardening materials is required. First, you will have to have a few questions answered.

Where And What Do You Wish To Grow?

Have you acquired a farm by now? If you are not proposing to purchase farmland, do you wish to grow the plants indoors? Are orchids or mushrooms what you have decided on growing? Do you plan to grow a wide range of plants? Alternatively, do you intend to simply set up a hothouse and begin your commercial practice on a small scale?

In order to give your dreams a solid foundation, you should have the answers to several questions. In case you have grown plants earlier as a leisure pursuit and now you wish to build on that, then the options are very clear. Then again, if you are inclined to increase your options, there are quite a few means by which such information can be collected.

Ways to gather information on commercial gardening resources:

Literature and books

Online browsing

Farmers’ bazaars

Commercial growers

Agricultural Cooperatives


Several books are available in print, which deal with small-scale gardening and hydroponics. These would an excellent guide in settling on the right kind of commercial growing technique that you must adopt. If you are dwelling on growing plants that you have never attempted to grow before, then some quiet reading is the order of the day.

Online browsing

On the Department of Agriculture’s (US) website, there are several segments devoted to hobbyists and farmers. A complete section is dedicated entirely to sustainable agriculture and organic gardening. Besides, most websites dealing in commercial gardening materials provide appropriate instructions and display images online.

Farmers’ Bazaars

There is no better source of such information barring the growers. They can provide you with all the details you require. Visit the local farmers’ bazaar and let them know that you are keen on starting your own gardening venture, and what would be fine for using in your neighborhood. They could help you out with sourcing commercial garden resources locally and direct you towards suppliers who offer the best deals.

Commercial growers

They may not be very helpful in providing you with the required information regarding starting commercial operations. All things considered, you represent the competition. However, you could always ask them in a general way about the various hothouses and the diverse kinds of growing methods and the growers may be only too willing to flaunt their knowledge.

Agricultural Cooperatives

You can always become a member of the agricultural supply cooperatives, which not only lowers the cost but you also can get the information from the members. The Southern States Cooperative in the US supplies commercial gardening materials and fertilizers, besides other supplies.