How to Plant & Fertilize Your Garden : Picking the Right Location to Plant

January 13, 2011 by Mario  
Filed under Gardening Tips

Learn how not to put the wrong plant in the wrong location,plus beginner gardening tips, advice and ideas for easy garden care and maintenance in this free gardening video. Expert: Craig Morell Bio: Craig Morell has been growing orchids & tropical plants for 30+ years, & has a BA in Ornamental Horticulture. He founded Landscape Restorations, a horticultural consulting firm. Filmmaker: Paul Muller

Garden Care : How to Choose the Right Houseplant

December 23, 2010 by Mario  
Filed under Organic Gardening

To choose the right houseplant for your needs, you must consider the light levels in each part of the home and then learn how much soil and water the plant will require. Make the right choices with the aid of this free video on garden care. Expert: Matt Kerske Bio: Matt Kerske has served as co-owner and manager of Gardens of Babylon in Nashville, Tennessee, for more than six years. He specializes in organic gardening. Filmmaker: Phillip Givens Series Description: Whether you plan to grow cactus, citrus plants, winter vegetables or just keep your houseplants healthy, the right potting, planting and basic care techniques can make both your garden and your thumb that much greener. Learn valuable garden care tips from an expert in this free video series.

Beginner Gardening Tips & Advice: Easy Plant Care & Garden Maintenance : Right Plant in the Right Location: Beginner Gardening Tips, Advice & Ideas

November 8, 2010 by Mario  
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Learn tips & advice on how to put the right plant in the right location in your garden in this free beginner gardening plant care & maintenance video.

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.

Basic Gardening Tips : How to Plant Seeds the Right Way

April 26, 2010 by Mario  
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Learn how to start and maintain a garden in this free gardening video. Expert: Tia Pinney Contact: Bio: Tia Pinney is a Teacher Naturalist and Adult Program Coordinator at Mass Audubons Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary in Lincoln, Massachusetts. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

Getting the Right Organic Gardening Guide

March 15, 2010 by Mario  
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Organic gardening is now very popular because of the several be nefits that it brings. The problem is not all people have the knowledge for making one. They need an organic gardening guide. This guide should be something that a novice can understand easily. It should have step by step instructions and terms that are easy to understand, which covers everything from compost to organic gardening pest control.

To have an this kind of garden, means that you will not use any chemicals on any plants in your garden. Most chemicals used for pest control today are harmful not only to humans, but to the environment as well. A good organic gardening guide will have complete details on how you can grow your plants the proper way.

Chemical free plants have more essential nutrients than others, which use harmful pesticides to help in protecting the plants during growth. These pesticides can hurt our health in the long run. You really only need to use an organic gardening pest control method for your plants, not the typical chemicals that others use. This is a better method which protects the plants from chemicals. Today, some people get sick because of these chemicals included in the fertilizers, pesticides and more. Without the chemicals, vegetables can cure and prevent many diseases or illnesses when they are eaten regularly. This is one of the reasons why most people prefer chemical free foods.

To be able to grow plants full of nutrients, you will need fertile soil and compost, which is also made from natural materials. A good organic gardening guide can teach you how to make this compost. Once you feed your soil and your plants the right way, your plants will be able to take care of you the right way, also. They will give you better health. Feeding the soil means building the nutrients with peat moss, manure from animals and table food scraps. This is what makes up the typical home made compost. It’s simple to do when you have the right guide.

Indoor Gardening Tools – Enjoy Your Gardening Experience With The Right Gardening Tools At Hand

February 17, 2010 by Mario  
Filed under Gardening Ideas

The purpose of this article is to assess the need for various indoor gardening tools.

Tools for indoor gardening are intended for carrying out gardening in compact holders.

Need For Indoor Gardening Tools

When one undertakes indoor gardening, he has to work on plants in little holders. The plants are put in trays or planters that occur in a range of sizes, and are raised indoors or inside a greenhouse. The dimensions of the plant holders indicate that specialized indoor gardening tools are needed. It is quite unthinkable to use a shovel that is five feet in length in your planter.

You may not be aware of the multitude of indoor gardening tools that are on offer today. Neither could you have imagined that you would require a wide range of tools in order to effectively tend to your plants and ensure they blossom in profusion.

Challenges of Container Gardening

We tend to splurge on outdoor redesigning and do not have second thoughts on purchasing gardening tools for the upkeep of the garden. Container gardens too need proper attention and care and this necessitates that you should have suitable gardening tools. There are a number of different kinds of container gardens.

1. Plants grown in flowerpots

2. Aromatic plant gardens

3. Miniature gardens and Bonsai plants

4. Hothouse plants grown in trays

5. Plant starters raised from seedlings for outdoor transfer

Container gardens can be used for leisure pursuits, ornamental, and business intentions. Looking after a container garden and maintaining it in a healthy condition is not a minor chore irrespective of the smallness of the garden. There are several trials to be encountered by the gardener and the tools for indoor gardening make the task less difficult.

Varied Needs

Hothouse and container gardening generally need diverse types of gardening tools. Most of the chores that you will carry out in your miniature garden are identical to the ones you perform in the garden outdoors. A few of these chores necessitates the use of indoor gardening tools that make up for the lack of the outdoor weather conditions like rain. You need to have a trowel, root separator, snippers or a pruning knife.

In addition, you will need potting tools, stands for plants and grow lights. If you are planning to be absent from you home for some time, an automatic watering gadget may be required for your container.

The use of special tools is needed for growing bonsai plants. Inside a hothouse, the gardening tools required are seedling trays, heat lamps and perhaps arranging ways for vines to thrive. There is an extensive range of indoor gardening tools to pick from and a prudent selection will go a long way in ensuring the easy care of your container garden.

Inspired Ideas

The old order has given way to the new. New connotations are often attached to old expressions. Both businesses as well as individuals can benefit by adopting cost reduction measures through the wholesale buying of gardening tools.

Also, you have the liberty to consider more options and let your imagination run free with the savings in hand.

The additional money can go towards investing in the latest devices that previously did not suit your budget. Each day brings in a host of new devices into the market. Wholesale buying of garden tools is an intelligent decision, presenting you with the opportunity of owning the full collection of garden tools to undertake any gardening chore.