Use of Epsom Salt on Hostas
Hostas continue to be one of the most popular perennials in shady and party shady gardens. It's no wonder. Hostas are easy to grow and care for, they don't require a lot of special attention and they come in a vast array of sizes, shapes and great leaf colors. Since the real beauty of hostas lies in those gorgeous colorful leaves, it is only natural to seek out an organic soil amendment that will enhance leaf color and help the plant grow bushier and healthier. That's where Epsom Salt comes…
Beautiful Flowers in Junky Containers
Here double impatiens are planted in a square laundry tub. Nicotiana, petunias and lobelia in an old oak barrel and petunias, calibrachoa, and verbena in a junky ice cream freezer. Verbena, petunias and alyssum in a galvanized garbage pail. Orange zinnias and lantana in a bucket on a rustic garden stool. My weathered wood terracotta pot holder project from last year is planted with coleus. Layering a terracotta pot and gym basket for this Boston Fern. Pots and pans on the garden step ladder…
Lobelia Love: Tips For Growing Lobelia Plants - House of Hawthornes
Blue Lobelia is a wonderful annual to add to your garden this year. It comes in VIBRANT shades with loads of blooms and grows in full sun to part shade.
Getting Your Home Ready to Sell
How to get your house ready for buyers - tip # 6 - Use fresh flowers to brighten the inside and outside. (This color combination is beautiful!)
Get The Very Best Through Your Garden With One Of These Tips - Easy Garden Plants
Many people consider horticulture as a wonderful way to relax and get some fun. Knowing which soil to get, which tools to acquire and when you ought to be planting are a couple of the questions gardeners would like to know. You can find useful answers to your gardening tricks and questions that will help you discover ways to garden. You do not need a costly chemical solution to manage powdery mildew in your garden. Once weekly until the mildew disappears mix a certain amount of liquid …
Sitting Pretty in the Garden
Using old chairs in the garden Marie Niemann posted her quaint chair done up for the garden and it created a sensation on Flea Market Gardening! Here is her chair and some other chairs that our flea folk use in the garden as accents. Find a chair and do up your own!
2013 Container Design Challenge Results: Monochromatic Color - FineGardening
Last spring, we challenged our readers to design a container that featured a single color. The results are in. And yet again, we’re astounded by the talent and vision of our readers.
A Little Toil For Greater Satisfaction with Fall Gardening Home to Z
Fall isn't simply heaps of crunchy leaves - orange, gold and red, it is particularly a period of sprouts and planting. Fall gardening includes all parts of planting - from tending the harvest time blooms to thudding and nursing veggies, pruning the perennials to planting the spring blossom globules to yard support.
70 Suprising Garden Art From Junk Design Ideas For Summer - worldecor.co
Let your garden be an expression of your personality. Make decorations from your old stuff to make sure that your garden design is unique. Garden junk ideas with old household items are countless. Consider the overall shape and design of the object… Continue Reading →