Garden Stepping Stones – What Are They? By: Scott Byers | Oct 2nd 2006 – Our life is running like an aircraft where you don’t have much time to spend on others. In this busy world where every single minute has its own significance, thinking about a garden would be termed as imagination or day dreaming. A garden in your house always keeps you fresh and gives you peace and serenity. And what’s eve … Tags: Rustic Country Garden Decor – Not Just For The Country By: John Thompson | Sep 23rd 2006 – Rustic country garden décor is widely recognized, even by those who do not live in or near the country. The style of rustic country garden décor lends a peaceful touch to any home and brings a soothing life to anyone’s personal space. Many forms of furniture, architecture, or ornamentation, either functional or merely … Tags: Want A Cheerful Yellow Tulip Garden Next Spring? Design And Plant One This Fall! By: Dave Pipitone | Sep 22nd 2006 – Creating a cheerful yellow tulip garden involves knowing that there are quite a few options of yellow flowers to choose from. This will help you create the brightest looking yellow flower garden that glows as if it were the sun. Read more on how to do this… Tags: How To Choose Furniture For Your Garden By: Patio Furniture LLP | Sep 18th 2006 – Being able to eat and drink outside in the privacy of your garden on a summer’s day is a truly delightful experience. In the UK, our summers can be short-lived, so we’ve got to make the best of them when we do have good weather. That’s why choosing the right furniture for your outside space is so important. O … Tags: Garden Plaques: Make Your Garden The Stuff Of Angelic Dreams By: John Thompson | Sep 16th 2006 – Garden plaques are tablets, usually made out of wood and either suspended, appended to a vertical surface like a wall, or posted like a sign out of the ground. Garden plaques can either be brief or very long, and poetic, informative, or both. Tags: Decorating Your Yard And Garden With Garden Ornaments By: Grand Illusions | Sep 1st 2006 – There is no doubt that garden ornaments are quite popular, and have been growing in popularity over the last few years. And, these are not simply the lawn and garden ornaments that our parents and grandparents had in their yards. More modern lawn and garden ornaments are very beautiful, even classy; you don’t have to go for … Tags: Dedicating A Hope Patch As A Remembrance Garden By: Dave Pipitone | Aug 28th 2006 – Mourning deceased friends, family and loved ones is difficult work. Creating a remembrance garden to recall them in hope contributes to the healing process. Tags: Use Of Garden Tractor For Small Areas By: A.Caxton | Aug 11th 2006 – Decide Use of Garden Tractors Or Lawn Tractors When you have a small garden the question of using the garden tractor seems like a waste of money. When a smaller lawn tractor will do your work equally well, why spend more money in buying the garden tractor? Well, there are some points in favor of both the idea … Tags: About Water Garden By: Daniel Roshard | Aug 1st 2006 – Once you have decided that you want to build a water garden in your garden or back yard you will need to make bigger and crucial decisions about how the whole thing is going to look, how are you going to make sure that each element you want in your water garden will be successful and help the entire water garden environment … Tags: The Garden Bench – An Invitation By: Liz Norman | Jul 22nd 2006 – There is little more in your garden than some sort of seating that invites your guest to sit down, relax and just enjoy. A simple garden bench or two does exactly that. You can find garden benches just about anywhere in the spring and summer. Your more expensive benches are usually found in garden … Tags: What Garden Furniture Should I Buy? By: John Hayward | Jul 22nd 2006 – When it .es to selecting Garden Furniture, or Patio Furniture, it is important to remember that it will probably be left outside in all weathers, so it must be able to stand up to extreme changes of temperatures. Tags: Why Every Gardener Needs A Garden Shed By: Hallidae Thomason | Jul 20th 2006 – One of my all-time favorite hobbies is having a garden each year. I think my love for gardening started when I was a little girl spending summers with my grandmother and helping her take care of her large vegetable and flower gardens. I love the feeling of getting dirt in my fingernails and of seeing healthy vegetables and … Tags: My Experiment With An Herb Garden By: Julee Mitchelsin | Jul 12th 2006 – I have been known to experiment with many things in my free time. I guess people assume that because I am a writer that I have tons of free time. While that is not entirely true, it is true that my hours are unusual and that I do manage to find time for a variety of hobbies that many of my friends laugh at me for. My latest … Tags: 7 Timeless Garden Decor Practices By: John Thompson | Jul 10th 2006 – 7 great garden decoration tips! Tags: Water Garden Mosquitoes Problems By: Daniel Roshard | Jul 9th 2006 – Water garden is one of the nicest things you can have in your garden or backyard, anyone that has planned adding a water garden to a house knows that this is not a simple task, there is a lot of thinking and planning to be done when considering this wonderful addition to the house. As summer nears many water … Tags: Garden Gazebos For The Full Garden Experience By: Matt OConnor | Jul 4th 2006 – For many hard working garden architects, a garden gazebo is the perfect way to accent your garden. Tags: The Garden Gnome; A Culture All It’s Own By: Gordon Petten | Jun 14th 2006 – The Garden Gnome is not just another yard figurine. It has it"��s own distinguished history, culture and controversy attached to it. Before you buy a Garden Gnome for your home be sure to know all of the factors that go along with it. Tags: The Garden Gnomes By: Dave Conrad | Jun 13th 2006 – The Garden Gnome is not just another yard figurine. It has it"��s own distinguished history, culture and controversy attached to it. Before you buy a Garden Gnome for your home be sure to know all of the factors that go along with it. For starters the history of the Garden Gnome dates back to Germany in the 1 … Tags: Beautify With Garden Plants By: Triston Huntsmin | Jun 7th 2006 – There are many ways to make your house and lawn turn into a home. Every bit of careful touch you add will help your space feel more personal and inviting for your friends and family. As a landscape architect, one of my favorite ways to improve the look and feel of a home is through garden plants. I love to en … Tags: Get Creative With A Garden Design By: Hallidae Thomason | Jun 4th 2006 – Adding a garden can be the perfect way to spice up any home or office lawn. We have all seen enough boring lawns that have nothing other than a tree or a bush here and there. If you have some extra time on your hands this year, why not try getting creative by .ing up with a garden design for your lawn and then getting to … Tags: Add Some Magic With Garden Lighting By: Analeese Burnabaker | Jun 1st 2006 – Anyone who knows me well knows that there is no place I would rather be at the end of a long day than out in my garden enjoying a cup of tea. In the cool fall and spring months, I prefer a cup of hot peppermint tea in my garden, and in the heat of summer I apt for a cup of iced lemon tea. There is something magical about be … Tags: Get Some Garden Tools By: Rachael Cleipher | May 31st 2006 – It is spring now, and for many people, that means getting out into the garden. I for one love getting into my garden and spending hour after hour preparing the soil and planting the seeds of my favorite vegetables, fruits and flowers. If you love to garden then you know a few things are absolutely essential. Having the righ … Tags: How To Spice Up Your Garden With Decor By: Khieng Chho | May 27th 2006 – The art of garden never fails to transform an idle tract of land into a beautiful and lively environment. Gardens feed the spirit’s longing for beauty and grace as it provides a venue to witness the wonder of nature and the .forts of home. Tags: Create The Perfect Garden Pond By: Rachael Cleipher | May 23rd 2006 – One of the biggest privileges in my life is the ability to own my own home and property. My family and I have been blessed to be able to purchase land and create the home of our dreams on it. When I am not busy writing, there are few things you can find me doing as often as tending to my ever- messy home and overwhelming la … Tags: Garden Swing For Heart And Soul By: Ken Donald | May 22nd 2006 – Gardens Swing as a gift I read a description for an American eagle garden swing. The words simply captured me and made me feel that this was the exact gift that I needed for my wife"��s birthday – I went out and bought a brand new swing the next day. Not the American eagle though, but a "Santa Fe Rails" Met … Tags: Earthworms In The Garden / Earthworm Facts By: Francis Kilkelly | Apr 30th 2006 – Notice the lowly earthworm, squirming away, going about its everyday business. Simple creatures you may think but they have quite a important use in the garden. Did you know the earthworms are nature’s first gardeners? They don’t exist just for kids to eat and fishermen to use as bait 🙂 Some Basic Ea … Tags: Gazebo & Garden Gazebo By: Daniel Roshard | Apr 19th 2006 – The garden gazebo is a thing of beauty, it has been known that in the past kings and queens had enjoyed gazebos in their royal gardens, setting up a trend of garden gazebos for history"��s rich and famous. Using a garden gazebo to any property is a wise step, it seems that what was true many years ago is even … Tags: Planning Your Patio Garden By: Roy Thomsitt | Apr 17th 2006 – A patio can be a wonderful place to relax during the warm days of spring, summer and autumn; or all year if you live in warmer climes. At times when the lawn may be too wet or even muddy, the solid floor of a patio means you can sit outside even after heavy rain and make the most of the fresh air, and visual pleasure of you … Tags: Do You Have All Of Your Garden Supplies? By: George Johnson | Apr 8th 2006 – The garden season is close to beginning. If you have made a list it"��s a good start. Here are some kid friendly garden supplies that should be on every kid gardener"��s list. Garden pruners are like scissors. They are needed to cut branches back and even harvest fruit and produce. There are different sizes f … Tags: Choosing A Garden Fence By: Davin Michaels | Apr 5th 2006 – Garden fencing can serve many purposes, but one of the best is to accent and define areas of your garden. Whether you choose a six or twelve inch high border edging, or stand a section of post and rail garden fencing in the center of a sweep of lawn, garden fencing can add a beautiful accent to your landscaping. Tags: garden fence, wood latice, garen, fencing, wrought iron Beautifying The Garden Or Yard With A Bench By: Paul Graham | Feb 23rd 2006 – Most homes have gardens or yards. Some of these can be as big as those in mansions while some of these can be small. Despite the beauty of the flowers, trees and grass that make up the garden, the one thing that people take for granted is not being able to enjoy watching it longer. When one frequents public places such as p … Tags: Beautify Your Garden With A Bridge By: Paul Graham | Feb 23rd 2006 – A good way to start the morning is to have a nice walk appreciating the wonders of nature around us. Do you ever imagine having your own little paradise just right outside your backyard? Smelling rows of fresh flowers and enjoy seeing colorful fishes in your very own pond or lagoon. Maybe all of us want to have a getaway to … Tags: Safe Operation Of Garden Tractors By: A.Caxton | Jan 26th 2006 – This article traces history of garden tractors, gives tips in selection of garden tractors and gives information in safe operation of garden tractors. It also gives tips on saving fuel. The article is meant primarily for an amateur gardener, who is interested in maintaining his garden. Early Stages of Develop … Tags: How To Care Garden Tractor Tires By: A.Caxton | Jan 10th 2006 – Garden Tractor Tires Require Good Care The following article describes the garden tractor tires, constructional features, maintenance, and care instructions specifically for garden tractor tires. It also discusses the storage of garden tractor during winter months when the tractors are not being used. … Tags: 3 Ways To Prevent Garden Slug And Garden Snail Damage By: Carey Pott | Jan 4th 2006 – One of the most .mon problems faced by gardeners is the one of the garden slug and garden snail. Even experienced gardeners tear their collective hair out at the destruction these creatures can cause. So I thought I would give you a few tried and tested tips, and some others perhaps not so well known, to help you deal wit … Tags: 相关的主题文章: