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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There are many factors to consider to create environmentally friendly landscape designs. But the basic principle is that you should let climate determine what plants to grow to prevent the use of too many fertilizers, pesticides, and water. So, if you are looking for some eco-friendly ways to improve your garden, these sustainable ideas will give you a landscape makeover that will work hand-in-hand with nature.
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According to PetMD, these holiday plants could be deadly or cause irritation if your pet comes into contact with them:
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Want to add some life to your home, but don’t know where to start? Here are some tips and tricks for how to decorate every room in your home with greenery. From the moment you step through the door to the second you drift off to sleep, you’ll be surrounded by all the relaxing and rejuvenating effects of plants.
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Husqvarna have recently worked with Sue Fisher, an expert horticulturalist and author with 35 years’ experience to create an illustrated guide to garden arches. The guide offers inspiration for any size garden, big or small and have also created a climbing flower wheel to help with choosing the right plants for your arch.
Take a look at the infographic below:
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