Another Year for Objectives and New Adventures in the Garden

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Winter has at last ended  in Greece. We had a flawless harvest time and a bizarrely mild climate up to this point. A few people had communicated stress over the deferral in the changing of the seasons, however we do appear to be past unusual between time that now. The frosty spell has settled upon us, and we are consistently wearing sweaters in the house.

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Reality about those expandable hoses

I’m certain we’ve all observed this add, you turn the water on and this hose develops, extending to where you require it, you kill the water, and it contracts back, perfectly putting itself away.

It doesn’t really work that way. this post is based on personal experience.

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5 Worst Gardening Disasters & How to Avoid Them

I adore springtime cultivating. So much expectation. So much guarantee. I begin arranging and planting, barely giving any idea with reference to what could turn out badly. It resembles I get amnesia consistently and disregard every one of the debacles of the prior year. Continue reading “5 Worst Gardening Disasters & How to Avoid Them”

3 of the Most Beautiful Gardens in the World

“Whether perched above the Mediterranean or nestling in the heart of a town, whether inspired by rural tradition or by the history of Italy, Greece, and Portugal, or governed by a joyous sensuality, the gardens of Jean Mus show that imagination and sensitivity are more important than the ruler and the compass,” writes Diane McDowell, author of the new book Private Gardens of the Mediterranean

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7 Clever Tricks to Keep Indoor Plants Happy.

Everyone need some ideas to keep his/her plants happy especially when the plant is indoors and it dose not get the natural sun and water that it was supposed to get.When choosing where to put a plant, remember that south-bound windows get significantly more light than north-bound ones. With east-or west-bound windows, watch the measures of morning or evening sun they get before putting plants close them. Continue reading “7 Clever Tricks to Keep Indoor Plants Happy.”