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Plastic pots vs clay pots

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 Whether you live in a tiny apartment or on a large bungalow, gardening in containers is a way to add color and the beauty of nature to your surroundings. The three main elements of creating successful containers gardens are:1. Choosing the pots2. Getting the right planting medium3. Selecting the plants In all of these elements, the key is to create a healthy growing environment for the plant roots. For a healthy root system, water must be able to pass quickly through the soil. As the water drains out, air replaces it in the soil and an exchange of carbon dioxide...

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Top 10 summer flowers in India

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We are well aware that our beautiful nation hosts many summer flowers, right from the subfreezing climate of the Himalayas to the warm coastal regions. Regardless of rain or shine, an assortment of colors dot the countryside and gardens throughout the country, as summer flowers burst in a variety of shapes and sizes that add beauty and vibrancy to India. At this time of the year, summers are right round the corner, and it is time for us to discover what’s perfect for the over 30 degree weather. The summer season spreads from March to May with monsoon season beginning...

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15 Air Purifying Plants You Need In Your Home

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There is an easy solution at hand and one that is hundred percent natural, healthy and inexpensive— air purifying plants.

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February Gardening tips

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WRAPPING UP FROM LAST MONTH Beds and borders: Over the winter, you may have come up with changes you’d like to see in your garden this year, including new beds and borders. You can hire someone to execute these projects or work on them yourself, though action can’t be taken until the soil has stopped freezing. Eventually, it will be warm enough to work on beds and borders, however, so solidify your plans and think through the steps it will take to reorganize your yard. If you’d like to tackle beds and borders yourself, sand gradually dispensed from a bottle...

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Benefits of Using Citrus Peel in Your Garden

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The next time you eat an orange or sweet lime, don’t throw away the peels. Your garden plants can greatly benefit from them. In this post, we take a look at the benefits of using citrus peel in your garden and how you can use them effectively.   COMPOSTING INGREDIENT Citrus peels are a good source of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. If you make your own traditional compost at home, throw them in your composting bin. Make sure to chop them into tiny bits before composting as it will degrade faster. If however, you do your own vermicomposting, it is...

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