Pests that help your Garden

It’s not just your flowers that look amazing, but also many of the small creatures in your garden. Many of these achieve an extremely useful purpose, causing your plants to grow better. Let’s learn more about these beautiful and helpful insects.

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Create a bright Colourful Garden

When it comes to beautifying the exterior of your home, one of the best ways to go about it is by creating a garden that is full of bright and eye-catching colours. For those who don’t have a green thumb, the idea of putting together a garden that provides curb appeal and adds to the enjoyment of your home can be a bit overwhelming. Fortunately, it’s not as difficult, time consuming, or as expensive as you may think.

Check out the following tips, and create that beautiful, brightly coloured garden that you have always dreamed of.

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Redefine your Home Beauty with Indoor Plants [Infographic]

Plants– which are an important part of the earth’s environment –provide us with a lot of things. They give us shade, oxygen, food grains, resins, fruits, firewood and a lot of other things. Besides providing a host of things, having indoor plants can play a huge role in improving the internal home beauty and air quality.

If you are thinking about redefining your home without spending huge bucks, you need to go for online plants shopping to make a considerable impact.

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Why you Should Test your Soil before Planting

Summer is a popular time for people to head outside and start planting. The sun’s shining, and the air is warm, so why not go ahead and plant those daisies?

But hold on — there is actually one important step that’s easy to miss before you start gardening. You need to test your soil.

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Green Roofs: The Urban Gardens of the Future

Urbanization has significantly decreased the amount of land that is available for farming. The great expanses of winding roads, towering department stores, and crammed apartment complexes have spread out so far that there is no longer the same amount of space left over for planting crops. Because of this, most of the people who live in the city don’t have much access to fresh fruits and vegetables outside of a grocery store. So those who can’t afford to regularly shop often just get by with whatever meagre provisions that they can scrape together. But there is a new gardening movement that offers a way to change all this. It is called “urban rooftop gardening.”

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