• Gardening tools
    The Best Gardening Tools to Invest in This Summer

    Our backyards provide us with a space to escape when we’re feeling overwhelmed. They boost our mood and return us back to nature when modern life is stressing us out. Therefore, it’s important to care for your...

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  • Yard tasks
    Fall Yard Tasks and Hacks

    The leaves are starting to fall and while the hard work of summer lawn and garden care may be over, now’s the time to tackle a few yard tasks that need to be finished before winter arrives....

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • Butchart Gardens
    Spiritual Growth on Hold

    Have you ever seen pictures of The Butchart Gardens? It’s over 100 years old, is located on Vancouver Island in British Colombia, and is one of Canada’s historical treasures. When my husband and I visited there, our eyes beheld...

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  • The Best Tomato Planter from Amazon

    You must choose a tomato planter of the right depth and size to match with the depth required by the plant to grow. Sizing it correctly will help the plant to grow properly and produce the freshest...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Plants
    What Plants Are Hard to Kill and How to Treat Them

    It goes without saying that every gardener wants to provide the best possible conditions for the plants to grow. However, this is hard in some regions of the world where there is either too much snow or...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • 5 Water Saving Tips for Your Organic Garden

    By Tim Sparke− Asides the fact that gardening can provide an exciting hobby and passion in retirement; it is also a socially responsible activity that promotes sustainability, reduces the carbon footprint, and provides a constant supply of...

    • Posted 5 years ago
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  • Gardening
    A Gardening Project to Enjoy With Your Grandchildren

    Some of the fondest memories that many adults have of their childhood is the time spent gardening with a grandparent. Gardening can be a great way for virtually anyone to relax and cultivate fruits and vegetables to...

    • Posted 6 years ago
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  • 30 Blogs Detailing How to Create Your Own Backyard Herb Garden

    If you frequently cook with fresh herbs, you are probably well aware of how expensive it is to buy them at the grocery store. To save money and have a little fun at the same time, you...

    • Posted 7 years ago
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  • The Pleasures of a Spring Garden

    ‘A Garden is a Friend You can Visit Anytime’ Today, I am quite excited. My daughter called last week asking if I would come over to help her plan a small kitchen garden. Now, you know I...

    • Posted 7 years ago
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  • Family garden
    How to Start a Family Garden When You Live in the City

    Gardening as a family cannot only help you reduce your carbon footprint, pass along the ideals of sustainable living to your children, and save money at the grocery store, it can also help you forge even stronger...

    • Posted 8 years ago
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  • Gardening
    Osteoporosis- Gardening is Good For Your Bones

    A live in Carer can assist you with the gardening and help you create something beautiful in your own back yard, with the added benefit of increased health. Many of our live in Carers are often placed...

    • Posted 8 years ago
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  • My Largest Fall/Winter Vegetable Garden Ever!

    The weather has just been perfect for the past week so I’ve been a busy bee getting my summer vegetable garden cleaned up and planting the fall/winter vegetables. I had such wonderful success using row covers on...

    • Posted 8 years ago
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  • 5 Steps to Making a Simple Container Garden

    Container gardens work well for people who live in an apartment or those that don’t have room in their yard to grow a garden. However, anyone who wants to add some greenery and a splash of color...

    • Posted 8 years ago
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  • Pining for a bit o’ the green…

    It finally rained at the cottage-by-the-creek today. The kind of good, hard, soaking rain that we’ve been pining for since May. But it’s still not enough. My poor grass is brown and dry and crunchy. And it...

    • Posted 8 years ago
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  • Summer Days

    Hello everyone, It is still hot and sunny here so take a little break and enjoy a cup of peach tea and a book in the hammock. It is phlox and hydrangea season here so I have...

    • Posted 8 years ago
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  • Summer on the Back Deck

    This has been a summer of extremes– record high temperatures,weeks of drought followed by days and days of monsoon rains, and thunderstorms that literally rocked the house! Somehow through it all, my flowers have managed to thrive....

    • Posted 8 years ago
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