Tag Archives: Gardening

Rain Barrel Water Usage for Gardening

A rain barrels is a system that collects rain water from the roof. Generally, a rain barrel is composed of a 55 gallon drum, a vinyl hose, PVC couplings, a screen grate to keep debris and insects out, and other off the shelf items. Rain barrels features a hole at the top of the barrel… Read More »

Benefits of Glass Swimming Pool Fences

Many of us wish to have a swimming pool in our home. Certain landscaping ideas such as fencing, landscape lighting, patios and others make the pool look much attractive. Fencing the pool is one of the most useful and aesthetic way of landscaping your pool. Many parents remember the incidents of their neighbor’s children falling… Read More »

Build your Own Summerhouse in a Garden

Many people prefer to construct garden buildings for different purposes. A garden summerhouse is one of the best ways for home extensions in garden. A summerhouse is considered as the place or shelter used for relaxation in warm weather. It provides a cool and shady place for relaxation or retreat from the summer heat.  … Read More »

Few Organic Fertilizers

Organic garden fertilizers are used to improve soil fertility and not for long term complete source fertility program. Its very essential to enrich organic garden fertilizers using compost, manures and cover crops as your primary source of additional nutrients. Organic garden fertilizers are non-synthetic type naturally available substances used to make soil more fertile. A… Read More »

Different Types Of Plants For Indoor Container Home Garden

These days most of the people are living in apartments. They don’t have sufficient place for garden. But you can create garden in containers like pots, tires, boxes etc. You can place that container plants at your balcony, windows, and door. Here are some of the plants, which can grow in containers. 1. Biennials: Canterbury… Read More »

Growing Plants through Hydroponics

Hydroponics is a method of growing plants using mineral nutrient solutions instead of soil. Terrestrial plants may be grown with their roots in the mineral nutrient solution only or in an inert medium, such as perlite, gravel or mineral wool. A variety of techniques exist. Plant physiology researchers discovered in the 19th century that plants… Read More »