Visitors can learn about the variety of gardening tools available and which tools a gardener should choose for gardening tasks like tilling, cultivating, planting, and watering.
Deer are beautiful, but they can be a real nuisance when it comes to your lawn and garden. Learn about deer resistant plants and find deer resistant gardening ideas to keep them away.
Simple hand tools are often best for small gardens or flower beds. A shovel, or spade, can be used to turn over soil, dig weeds, and make planting holes. A spading fork, or rake, can be used to transport plants and separate weeds from garden plants.
A brown, wooden garden shed with red trim holds landscaping tools and other gardening equipment. Larger items, such as fencing material and a wheelbarrow, lean neatly against the side of the shed.
Visit this garden center directory for information about garden centers in the United States of America. The photo on this page depicts a grandmother and her granddaughter selecting a plant at a garden center.
Many gardeners have experienced the frustration of planting attractive shrubbery only to have it eaten by deer. White-tailed deer are beautiful creatures, but they are an annoyance when it comes to gardens.
A vibrant field of blue pansies bloom in the sun. These velvety flowers, which are bright violet in color, have a blue center and a yellow piston. The beautiful flowers contrast with the dark green leaves.
A white picket fence welcomes visitors, who walk down a brick pathway to a small garden shed in a residential backyard. The shed is white with a red door, with small lanterns on either side of the door.
Gardeners everywhere must know the basics of successful seed propagation. This seedlings website provides helpful tips as well as links to popular seed catalogs for every green thumb.
A pair of hands cups dirt and a started plant, with a bright blue sky in the background. Whether you are looking for seeds to start your own plants or whether you are looking for fully-grown plants, plant nurseries will have what you are looking for.
Retiree May Lee took up gardening after her doctor advised her to spend more time in the sun to boost her Vitamin D levels following a severe bout of meningitis in 2012.
Straits Times. Mon, 31 Dec 2018 05:00:00 +0800.