Tuesday, July 31, 2007 

About bonsai tree pruning

Bonsai pruning is one of the most important things in bonsai
care. By doing the pruning you'll give to the bonsai tree the
shape that you want, you can shorten it and get the bonsai tree
stem thickening too.

First of all, we want to point out that you
have to: * name it for a better contact with the bonsai tree,
which is good too for its health and vigor * water bonsai plant
once a day or two, but don't over water it * keep it in high
humidity places * do not expose the bonsai in direct sun and hot
temperature * make the pruning in spring (there are some
particular species of bonsai tree that are admitting the summer
cuttings) * prune the bonsai crown so that it takes the triangle
shape * cover the cut sector or branches lesion with diameter
over 0.5 cm with lute, for helping the bonsai healing. * use
only clean and sharp gardening and cutting instruments * the
above part of the bonsai tree is growing faster than the
inferior part of it, so cut mostly the edge of bonsai treetop


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Friday, July 27, 2007 

How Does A Wise Lawn Care Tip Help You To Save Time And Money

Who does not want a beautiful lawn when it can make for great
pictures, exciting football games and settings for romantic
picnic lunches. A well maintain pretty lawn can be the perfect
place to take an afternoon nap when the sunshine is bright and
cheery. Anyone keen on cultivating a luxuriant lush lawn will
find out that a lawn care tip can be the most helpful. There are
many ready sources to find lawn care tips that will help produce
a beautiful lawn while you save money. Fortunately, for all
those keen on enhancing their home with a lawn, there are
botanists and other scientists researching to supply the best
seeds, nutrients and equipment to help the hopeful gardener.

Most information produced by the scientists is available at the
nurseries and garden centers in most cities and towns. The
personnel on duty at these places are often experienced
gardeners who have used the gardening tools and other products
in their own gardens. These people usually know about the
success or failure of their products in the lawns of other
customers. The representatives of the companies visit and bring
with them lawn care tips and advice on the proper use of each
product and tool. These people know which of these works and
does not work.

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Tuesday, July 24, 2007 

How Does Your Garden Grow...?

The thing to remember while gardening is to start small.

A small plant bed, about 25 or 30 feet square is perfect, just
enough room for about 30 plants.

This will give you a chance to try out your green thumb and if
you find that you enjoy your garden you can always expand and
increase your plantings.

The next thing you will want to do is choose a site.

Gardening must be done in an area that gets at least six hours
of sunlight.

Try and stay away from large trees that will take your plants
water and nutrients, and at least three feet from any fences or
buildings.

In hot climates, it's a good idea to choose a place that will
have shade for a part of the intense afternoon sun.

It is possible to have a healthy garden with only ten to twelve
hours of sunlight, but the type of plants must be adaptable.


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Monday, July 16, 2007 

Why A Small Garden Should Not Be A Problem

A garden can be successful without necessarily being vast and
holding oodles of plants. Not everyone will have sufficient
space for a garden on that scale, but it can still be possible
to grow flourishing plants in a small locality, as long as
there's still access to sunlight.

Gardens may be grown in many spots - from a relatively small
area of ground outside your home to simple planting pots located
outside one's front door. The size of the garden should not be
seen as a problem, as it's the quality of your gardening talent
that will afford you with blossoming flowers.

It's generally a good idea to research the plants that you wish
to grow within your garden, as this will allow you to discover
which plants may be located near to each other, what ones
require the most sunlight, and if any plants have their own
particular care instructions.

This will assist you in the layout of your garden, whether you
intend to plant in a small scale patch or in an outdoor planter.
As some plants need to be planted ahead of others, make a plan
of when each plants needs to be planted.

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Wednesday, July 04, 2007 

How To Get Rid Of Ants &Bugs

Insects are incredibly adaptable creatures and have evolved to
live successfully in most environments on earth, including
deserts and even the Antarctic. Insects are generally regarded
as bad creatures but they are extremely useful to humans,
pollinating our crops as well as flowers in meadows, forests,
deserts and other areas. Insects are vital to the immense cycle
of life, furnishing food for other creatures and breaking down
natural materials to chemicals and nutrients for recycling into
new life. Believe it or not, they are the biggest group of
animals on earth, and there are more than 800,000 different
kinds (or species) of them

In the Garden

Gardening tips: The intelligent gardener promotes sustainable
gardening that is safe for the local environment. When it
becomes necessary to use chemicals to control and eliminate an
infestation of destructive garden insects, he considers these
pesticides and herbicides to be a tool, and a necessity to
protect his plants. Consider putting these beneficial insects to
work for you, in your garden and hopefully reduce or eliminate
the need for much of the use of insecticides in the home garden.
You can also purchase many good bugs at most larger nurseries
and garden centres, but you will still want to provide them with
suitable plants. After the adults are released into the garden
they will immediately seek out mealy bugs and consume them. Once
you have made the decision to utilize beneficial insects to help
you with your pest control in your garden, keep in mind that
insecticides are no longer an appropriate option.

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Monday, July 02, 2007 

Calm Yourself While Gardening

Gardening can be cheap and fun as well and if done regularly,
does not really need to take up a lot of time. It is a great
advantage for the homemaker to have a green thumb. When winter
is severe and there is no greenery around, it is good to turn
towards the home or office to find a patch of greenery for some
relief. As a hobby, indoor gardening is found to be greatly
relaxing and stress busting. One of the most fun and rewarding
aspects of gardening is starting plants from seeds. Gardens can
be created today with no or little money, so of the best gardens
have been created with no money at all.

Depending on the climate and plant there are many different
types of soil that can be used, water that is needed and light
or shade that is required, all of these factors need to be
considered. Make sure the location in your garden can provide
the proper environment for the plant to flourish. Select a
garden location that gets plenty of sunlight a healthy garden
need six hours of direct sunlight everyday. One of the first
things to consider when choosing a plant for your garden is to
determine if it is suitable for your area.


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Tuesday, June 19, 2007 

Lawn Care Solutions - Removing Crabgrass!

REMOVING CRABGRASS

Unlike thatch, these grass-like weeds will spread all over your
lawn. They may even invade your driveway, walkway, and
sidewalks. Removing these weeds is a little trickier since they
are heartier than other kinds of weeds. Pulling them out at the
roots can be a lot harder than it would seem. With a network of
underground roots, these weeds can cling to the ground for a
long time.

Removing them may require the use of chemicals, such as
herbicides, in order to remove all of them.

Crabgrass

Crabgrass is yellow or pale green in color and resembles a crab
because it grows in an outward direction. There are two ways to
kill crabgrass; destroying the seeds, or destroying the plant.
Knowing a little bit about their growing season will help you
determine the best time to kill them.

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