Tips on Choosing Your Compost Bin

October 24, 2010 by Mario  
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101organicgardening.com When starting out with composting, at least one of the first selections which will need to be reached is what form of compost bin you may utilize. There are several various types of compost bins that you can pick from, based upon your preferences, the amount of room you’ve accessible for composting and your spending budget.

How to Create & Manage an Organic Garden : Choosing the Correct Organic Hydroponic Medium

October 23, 2010 by Mario  
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Learn about organic hydroponic mediums and how they can aid your organicgarden in this free educational video series. Expert: Steve Contact: www.myspace.com/solorganics_hydroponics Bio: Steve is the owner of Sol Organics and Hydroponics in San Antonio, Texas, which as been open since 2001. His knowledge comes from years of practice. He was also a student of Future Farmers of America. Filmmaker: julio costilla

Beginner Gardening Tips & Advice: Easy Plant Care & Garden Maintenance : Choosing the Right Plants for the Garden: Beginner Gardening Tips, Advice

October 17, 2010 by Mario  
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Get gardening tips & advice on choosing the right plants for your garden in this free horticulture & beginner gardening video clip.

How to Compost : Learn Organic Garden Composting Online : Choosing a Compost Bin

July 6, 2010 by Mario  
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What features should you look for when buying or making a compost bin? Find out and get tips on how compost bin design can help to aerate compost for your garden, in this free organic gardening video. Expert: Gale Gassiot Bio: Gale Gassiot makes her own organic compost or “gardener’s black gold.”

Tips for Choosing Garden Planters, Pots & Flower Boxes : Using Peat Pots to Start Seedlings: Gardening Tips

June 17, 2010 by Mario  
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Learn how to start seedlings using a peat pot in this free gardening video clip.

Choosing A Perfect Garden

February 21, 2010 by Mario  
Filed under Gardening Ideas

The first thing that you need to consider when you plan to have your own garden– the one that can be considered a perfect garden for you– is to think and decide on what type that one will be. It could be a little bit puzzling to your side to choose a particular type of garden if you don’t have enough ideas on it, considering that there are various choices in which you can choose from. To give you what you need in starting your own garden, the following can give you important ideas for you to choose for having your own.


If you are just wanting something that can make your yard to look pleasant, you will probably want a flower garden. These are, most often, planted with perennial flowers- plant varieties which are suitable for all seasons. This kind of plants are usually nice looking weeds, they survive in a year-round because of their hardiness. Different places and climate have different flowering plants which are categorized perennials. To have information on what are the plants that belong to perennial, you can do a quick Internet research to get a list of those that can be grown in your place; those plants that do not require much of attention and can grow by themselves.


Another option for your garden is to cultivate for vegetable garden. This type usually need a little more research and implementation than a flower garden, however, can be more rewarding. In all months of the year, you can have a specific vegetable plant that can be grown and make it prosper. This allows you to produce a particular vegetable everyday throughout the year.


When you start a vegetable garden, you must put always in your mind that to have this gardening type more effective, you will be adding additional types of vegetables for days than come. This allows you to achieve optimum production that your garden can provide because you are prepared to add immediately another type once the particular variety you planted is out of season. A vegetable garden suits best for anybody who wants some produce but does not want to allocate most of their time to perfecting his garden.


Now, you will also have the option to manage for a fruit garden; however, this is surely the type that needs the most high-management. When growing fruits, one that really requires enough attention is managing the pest it attracts- most pests are attracted to sweets- by dealing with the appropriate fertilizer to be used, choosing the right pesticide that does not have a harmful effect to whoever eats the fruits.


Another thing to realize when you plan to grow a fruit garden is that, fruits garden does not produce for the whole months of the year; that their is a specific kind of soil for a particular fruit crop. If you are willing to invest lots of works for gardening, fruit garden can be a good option for you.


So, since you have some ideas in gardening already, you can now establish good decision. Making a choice of what type of garden you tend to develop,consider what kind of product you need and how much work you can invest for that type. You can have flower garden if you just want to make your yard pleasant; If you need delicious products and willing to invest more gardening effort, you can go for fruit garden. Just make it sure that you are able to establish a certain type of garden that you can really handle and that which you consider a perfect garden for you.