Do you love spending time outside? Do you love making your environment beautiful?
Do you love eating healthy and natural foods? If so, consider making gardening your next hobby.
For years I was turned off by the concept of gardening. I pictured old women with time on their hands who filled their days by planting excessive amounts of huge and bright flowers in their yards. A close friend of mine began gardening a few years ago and I have recently gotten hooked on it as well.
Lately my wife or kids have to drag me in the house as the sun sets each night.
There is something about the simplicity and purity of gardening that I just love.
Over the last few years
home gardening has become an increasingly popular
past-time and hobby. In fact, studies show that home gardening is at an all time
high in America right now. In the United States 8 out of 10 households take part
in some type of home gardening activity. Obviously from the number of people
that are doing it,
home gardening is one of the most popular recreational
activities in nation.
Many people worry a lot when it comes to caring for their plants. When
talking about house plants, there is no need to worry. There are just a few
things you need to consider.
A watering can is a
must-have in every garden. It is recommended that you purchase the one with a
narrow spout to ensure adequate watering. But that does not always apply, so the
finger test may come in handy. Insert your index finger up to the first joint
into the soil. If you feel that the soil is damp, don't water it. Otherwise,
We all know that the pieces never fall into place quite as expected. In fact,
when doing a landscape the only thing you can expect is the unexpected.
Designing landscapes can make or break a homes over all aspect. Having pleasant
outdoor surroundings can be the first step to inner peace and tranquility.
Landscaping plays a very important role to make a home warm, welcoming and
Landscaping is an art of nurturing an environment where the essential
elements; the land, trees, plants, stones and water co-exist in harmony. Here
are several landscaping ideas that if used cleverly can give your house an
inviting and interesting look as you approach the entrance from the street or