Gardening Tips to Heed This Summer

Does gardening make you feel happier? If so, then you’re already enjoying one of the many benefits of doing some work in the garden.

Whether you’re planting and taking care of vegetables or a variety of blooms, gardening is an activity that allows us to leave much of the stress in our lives behind and focus on growing things with our hands.

The arrival of summer, however, means more challenges for you and your garden. While you can keep cool outdoors with a residential patio misting system, your plants are bound to take more heat, quite literally.

Nevertheless, the summer is still a good season for gardening despite the rising temperatures. Here are some tips that will help make it so.

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How to Live a more Eco-Friendly Life

Many people today were brought up in homes that weren’t focused on making environment and health-focused decisions, so the transition to eco-friendly habits may seem like a great sacrifice in terms of convenience. But it’s all about steady transition, a process during which your consciousness and life satisfaction will grow as your eco-footprint decreases.

There’s no need to start with big things. The best approach is to take smaller steps and build your way up. Nevertheless, it can be hard to determine where to begin so we’ve put together a guide that’ll make the first steps easier.

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A Learning Curve Opportunity

Many are panicking about the Covid-19, in the supermarkets are empty shelves of toilet paper, rice and hand-gel. Yesterday while scrolling on the ecogreenlove IG feed, we found an amazing post by the illustrator Emily Ehlers (mostly known as Eco with Em, follow her if you haven’t already!). She illustrated what she called “A Radical reframing of Covid-19“. It gave us a different perspective and we want to share it with you:

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Gardening Trends around the World [Infographic]

What would your Garden look like around the World?

For some, gardening is a laborious task akin to cleaning or sorting taxes. In the past, gardens were created for practical use only, for growing food or creating shade in the hot weather. Over time, they have evolved to become a means of self-expression or to preserve cultural traditions.

If we look closer at both the residential and public gardens in different countries, they offer important insight into different cultures, traditions and lifestyles. Each aspect of a garden from the plants and trees, types of furniture and layout reveals something new about another country.

This infographic created by the team at 4 Everdeck looks at the different gardens and gardening trends of countries around the world. Through images, facts and statistics, we hope to provide insight into the lives of other people and different cultures, as well as giving some unique garden design inspiration! Read on to find out more.

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5 Tips for Eco-friendly Living

Sometimes even though we believe we lead a quiet responsible life we need a little reminder about the environmental issues in order to stay aware of the problems. It is about time to take responsibility and start changing the current situation. We need to do all that we can to save our planet from any more damage.

Some people avoid being eco-friendly because they think it is too difficult. Well, it’s not. There are many simple changes you can intertwine in your lifestyle in order to lead a more eco-friendly life and keep our planet clean and healthy for future generations.

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