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5 Fundamental Principles of Garden Design and Landscaping

Many people have big backyards and gardens but just don't know what to do with them. Well, this is because it is not as easy as it looks to take on a garden design or landscaping project on your own especially if you have never done it before. Garden Layouts and Landscape-Design Garden design is […] Read more

Every Gardener Needs a Mulch Spreader

If you are smart, you will arrange to have your mulch delivered to your home. There is no point loading down your pickup truck and feeling like you have to rush through the weekend unloading the mulch. Not only is having your mulch delivered to your home the thing to do to save time, but […] Read more
Category: Home & Garden

Make the It’s (Not) Complicated Garden Tomato Cages

The following content is syndicated content. My wife is quite the gardener, and I certainly appreciate the fruits (or vegetables, as it were) of her labor. To me, there’s nothing quite as delicious as home-grown organic heirloom tomatoes. It seems that every season, she comes up with a “better” idea for staking her tomato plants. Read more
Category: Woodworking

Planting Container Gardens

This article is sponsored by Fence Company Little Rock Arkansas. Container gardens are a good option for those who want to have a flower garden, but do not have the space for a flower bed. Container gardens are also good for those who may have the room for a regular flower bed, but want some […] Read more
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Get in a Landscape Gardener, Fix your Lawn and Sell your Home Fast!

I have lived in Nottingham for over 30 years and in that time I have sold many properties. One thing that I have consistently found is that the homes with well looked-after gardens sell much faster than homes where outside areas have not been looked after properly. We all know that first impressions count and […] Read more
Category: Home & Garden
Arid Landscapes and Xeriscaping

Arid Landscapes and Xeriscaping

Do you live in an arid climate? By that I mean – is the amount of natural rainfall in your area low enough that you have to irrigate to keep your landscape from turning into dust? Do you have to spend a ton of money during the warmer months to keep that grassy carpet in […] Read more
7 Essential Tools for the Outdoor Gardener

7 Essential Tools for the Outdoor Gardener

Spring is right around the corner. Are you prepared for it? Do you know the basics of what you should have on hand to make your outdoor gardening efforts pay off with little fuss? Before you wander into your local garden center and find yourself overwhelmed by the large array of gardening implements, check out […] Read more
Category: Plant Stuff

Hot tubs are a brilliant way to relax in your outdoor space and you will be delighted to see that they are easy to find.

If you want a nice relaxing garden then you should consider buying some Hot tubs to ensure your garden is stylish and enjoyable. You can find Hot tubs in a variety of shapes and sizes so you shouldn't have a problem finding some that'll suit your needs and tastes. Read more
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Black and Decker Lawn GC818 18V Rechargeable Garden Cultivator

Counter oscillating tines prevents weeds from tangling. Upright design offers less fatigue while cultivating. 18 volt power provides an effortless and quick way to weed and aerate soil. Tines can be removed easily for use with 1 tine to get into tight areas. Telescoping shaft adjusts for perfect length. Best Price: 127.87 USD at Tool […] Read more
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CMWA Hand Tool Olympics

CMWA Hand Tool Olympics

Mike of Mike Siemsen’s School of Woodworking conducted a Woodworking Olympics for attendees at the February 17th Central Minnesota Woodworkers Association. It was a friendly competition to see which team could most quickly and accurately use hand tools to saw, joint, drill, dovetail and wood planes. This video was viewed 856 times and got an Read more
Category: Woodworking