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Below are seven tips to help you grow a better summer garden this year.
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Parsley is the herb of herbs: a hardy, prolific plant that has been growing for thousands of years all over the world.
Mint is easy to grow – and it is precisely for its vigorous growth that it has earned a reputation for spreading wildly once planted in the garden.
Gardeners who tend to small gardens can enjoy a more diverse and abundant harvest by growing two or more crops in the same area. This is called intercropping and it is an excellent way to increase yields in a small gardening space.
These plastic army men turned into a bowl looks like a work of art! Hold on to some plastic army men your son seems to have hundreds of. You can breathe new life into them and turn them into a bowl.
Container gardens are among the quickest and most dramatic fixes to dull spaces.
Our planet has been getting warmer and warmer each year and this makes it harder to keep a thriving garden. It might seem wasteful to even want to keep a garden in a time of bush fires and drought but the more plants we have, the better it is for the environment. Discover how gardening can help during the big dry and how to keep yours thriving now!
People spend astounding amounts of money on gardens each year. The global gardening equipment market alone is set to exceed US$102 billion by 2025, according to new research. Below are some of the world’s most expensive gardens – patches of earthly paradise, one might say – for your enjoyment, perusal, and inspiration.