Bonsai On the Move, The Bonsai Zone, Nov 2021

The final day of moving my tropical bonsai indoors, plus a cool gift from Matt of “Matt Bebenek Sign Shop”. Matt creates one of a kind hand painted signs and old school pinstriping!

Check out Adam’s Bonsai Documentary here….


Setting Up a Water Well in a Remote Location

A water well is sometimes a required element of a remote setup, especially if you live far from any options for connecting to the standard water supply. And yet, at some points it can seem like an impossible task to design and set one up in time if you don’t have access to any specialized resources.

Building a Garden Shed – Directions For Making A Simple Backyard Shed

Most of us need storage space. Building a garden shed would be an ideal way to store your outdoor equipment. Another perk of building a shed is that you can decide on the shed’s size and decorate it in the style that you want. This guide will assist you to build a basic garden shed.

Use Landscape Design Software to Save Time and Money

A well-designed and beautiful landscape project can seem like a daunting undertaking. For many homeowners, one of the most important goals when deciding to update the landscaping is to achieve aesthetically pleasing, low-maintenance results without spending too much time or money.

How Petrol Lawn Mowers Work

If you’ve ever wondered how petrol lawn mowers work, then you’re not alone. Hopefully this small guide will help you on your way. The principles behind how a petrol lawn mower works versus an electrical lawn mower are pretty much identical. The main difference, of course, is the source of the power that spins the cutting blades and, in some case, the rear wheels and / or rear roller.

The History of Italian and French Gardens

The Italian Renaissance saw a dramatic development in the whole concept of gardens. In the early fifteenth century, as trade started to flourish again, merchants in the hot city of Florence began to build villas or farms on the surrounding vineyard hills where it was cooler.

The English Landscape Movement

During the eighteenth century a revolution took place in England, influenced by writers, landscape painters and philosophers, all whom began to react against the artificiality of formal gardens. Literary men such as Addison, Steele and Pope theorized about the curved line and the irregularity of nature, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s idea of the romantic natural garden also tied in with the new movement.

Australia’s Wattle Tree – Acacia Floral Beauty

The Acacia or more commonly known as Wattle plant, with more than 850 species growing in Australia, with more found in Africa, Asia, Europe and North & South America, spreading its floral beauty and healing world wide.The word Wattle is and old English word meaning interlaced rods and twigs.Early shelters for the European settlers in Australia were made out of wattle branches from the black wattle or Acacia mearnsii and mud

Tips for Planning a Vegetable Garden Plot

Planning out your vegetable garden is an important step in the process of setting up your garden in a way that provides an environment for optimal growth. Careful planning ahead of time will go a long way towards helping you reap abundant harvests of healthy home grown foods.

Tips and Information About the Mulching Process

Read this and you will surely get a lot of valuable information about mulching. For one, there is a variety of materials that can be applied on the soil’s surface. These are bark flakes, leaf mold, decomposed manure and pulverized shells.

Important Considerations When Buying A Petrol Lawn Mower

Buying a petrol lawn mower is a major purchase for you, your household or business. Even the cheapest are a little more expensive than your average Flymo. But that cost is worth it in the long run. So, if you’re trying to decide between a number of cheap petrol lawn mowers before buying the one that’s right for you, then you need to consider the following important features which will hopefully help you make the right decision.

How to Grow Happy Tomatoes in Your Home Garden

When spring finally arrives, people across the country get excited. Not just because the weather is getting warmer, but because it signals the beginning of gardening season!

Alternative Plastic Greenhouse Panels

During the spring and summer months the damage that has been caused to our gardens during the winter can be fully assessed. Whether it’s plants that have been killed off by the frost, wooden furniture that has rotted or greenhouse panels that have broken, it is a time to not assess but repair everything that is broken, ensuring the garden is ready to enjoy in summer. While many repairs can be undertaken fairly cheaply or easily, repairing your greenhouse can be a whole new matter entirely.

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