Category: Gardening Tips

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State Rose and Garden Show

Over 5000 roses will be on display this weekend in the State Rose Garden at the historic Werribee Mansion. This year the Garden Show will run over two days, featuring over 50 stall holders...

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Few Useful Summer Gardening Tips

The summer time is often the busiest time for gardeners – some plant will grow in abundant while others are in danger of perishing under the hot summer sun. With a little fertilizer (TLC)...

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Water Trees With Ease

Trees can be the most valuable asset in your home’s landscape. They add resale value to your home and can reduce heating and cooling expenses. Watering trees is worth talking about because it is different than...

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Tips to Avoid Gardening Injuries

During monsoons and winters, do a bit of warm-up before gardening. Because gardening requires stretching and other exercise motions, its best to approach it like a workout. For people with back problem, it is...

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Easy Vegetables To Grow

With the economy in the shape it is in many families are growing their own vegetables. It is cheaper to grow your own vegetables then to buy from a grocery store. It is also...

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How to Plant Hanging Strawberries

Strawberries are perennials that grow sweet, juicy berries on low-growing plants. There are four different varieties of strawberries: June-bearing, day-neutral, alpine and ever-bearing. Day-neutral and alpine varieties produce small crops and far less runners...

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How to Grow Black Roses

The most well known “black” roses are Black Magic, Black Baccara and Black Jade. But none of these roses are actually black. They are a dark red with deep red, almost black, edging and...

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Six Ways to Save Water in your Garden

Saving water in the garden is just as important as in the home. Mulching, collecting rainwater and planting drought-resistant plants can help shrink your sprinkling. It’s important to save water in the garden for...