An unusual video of a peaceful afternoon. I’m getting the putty ready to seal up the base of the glass bonsai greenhouse.
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Thai Basil Growing Tips
Thai basil is by far a favorite of gardeners everywhere. Colorful, fragrant, tasty and ornamental, they add much to your tastiest dishes and the beauty of your garden, alike. Learn how to grow, harvest and use this herb in your own garden.The Ficus Bonsai – The Adaptable and Ever Lenient Bonsai
The Ficus bonsai, is a hugely popular bonsai tree species that is extremely tolerant of over-watering, low light conditions and beginner’s mistakes. You may know it by its other more common name, the fig tree. Some other features are its surface roots and aerial roots which hang down from its branches, giving the tree an interesting look.Early Spring Pond Tips
Spring is rapidly approaching your pond. You may be enjoying the view of the crisp spring sunrises shining on your winterized pond or project. This is a time for action.Growing Mushrooms Successfully Enough to Share With Your Friends and Acquaintances
Mushroom growing on a small scale is relatively easy, as everyone knows. All you need is a little growth medium and some spores, and the mushrooms virtually grow themselves. These days you even have kits which allow you to grow mushrooms even more easilyKickstart Your Flower Garden With These Flowering Plants
Flower gardens bring in the beauty, freshness and positivity into the surroundings. Flowery gardens are full of blossoming flowers of vibrant colors to give your garden a welcoming look. There are various patterns and shapes in which gardens are designed. These garden ideas are often made in consideration with growing challenges of the area.What Is a Perennial Plant?
A perennial plant will generally live for 3 or more growing seasons. Perennial bulbs are often planted in fall for growth in the coming spring. Container grown perennials can be planted throughout the year, but are most commonly planted in spring, summer and early fall as young plants.The 7 Most Dependable Plants For Your Garden
Hardy, dependable plants are those that once established can withstand the many factors that happen with gardening. While they may not be completely drought tolerant, they can tolerate certain levels of no supplemental watering and hot, humid summer temperatures.Comparing Annual Plants to Perennial Plants
Before you start your plans for creating a dream garden, it’s good to understand the key differences between perennial plants and annual plants to make the most out of them. To put it simply annual plants are those that live for just one season. These kinds of plants will sprout, flower, seed and eventually die within the same year.Deer Resistant Plants That You May Not Think About
The deer damage your gardening by eating the recent growth on your shrub. The sprays do not work well on deer and therefore it is advised to plant deer resistant plants in your garden area.Desert Gardening and Landscaping – Adding Beauty to The Home Garden
Desert gardening is a great idea for all sorts of landscape structures including your home garden. The desert plants can survive on minimal watering and extreme climatic adversities.Choosing Deer Resistent Plants
Many of us spend a great deal of time working in our gardens and perfecting our landscaping. We spend hours on end planting, trimming and watering. We take pride in our hard work. We literally reap the fruits (and flowers) of our labor. Waking up one morning to find that hungry deer have ravaged our plants makes us madder than a wet hen. There are things we can use to deter deer from eating our plants. Elephant garlic, Deer-Off, Liquid Fence, baby formula, hot sauce, and (my personal favorite) predator urine do alright for dissuading them, but rather than chase deer away from plants they love we can save ourselves a lot of frustration by planting things that they don’t particularly like to eat.How to Propagate and Grow ‘Milky Way’ Chinese Dogwood Trees, Cornus Kousa
Chinese Dogwood trees are really special because they bloom later than most flowering trees and often bloom longer. There’s not much difference between the ‘Milky Way’ Chinese Dogwood tree and a regular Chinese Dogwood tree, Cornus kousa, except one really big thing. Milky Way blooms at a very young age! The standard Chinese Dogwood trees which are typically grown from seed can take up to 7 to 10 years before they make their first flower. Where Milky Way blooms when really young, which makes it the preferred variety. There are a number of different ways to propagate ‘Milky Way’ Chinese Dogwoods. Typically when you want to produce an exact clone of any hybrid plant you have to use a means of asexual reproduction such as rooting cuttings, budding, grafting or tissue culture. Typically when you grow a plant from seed, which is sexual reproduction, you’ll get a seedling that resembles the parent plant but the seedling is not likely to have all of the desired characteristics that you were trying to capture.