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Bring the Comforts of Your Home to the Fire Pit

Bring the Comforts of Your Home to the Fire Pit

This article discusses outdoor living and the various ways to make the best use of your outdoor living space.Items such as fire pits, koi ponds, and baskets can all add to the scenery.......[Read More]
Inexpensive Patio Building Products

Inexpensive Patio Building Products

Patio materials don't have to be expensive to be stylish and useful.Jupiterimages/Comstock/Getty ImagesAs the transitional area between the house and the yard, a patio enhances your outdoor living space by creating an attractive area for relaxing, entertaining and enjoying nature in.........[Read More]
Privacy Fencing With Shrubs

Privacy Fencing With Shrubs

If you'd like to create privacy for your yard, you don't have to rely on a traditional fence that may detract from the beauty of your landscape; instead, opt for a living privacy fence made of shrubs. Several types of shrubs are efficient for blocking out noise and unwanted views while.........[Read More]
Tree Removal: Know How Much This Service Costs

Tree Removal: Know How Much This Service Costs

If you have a large tree at home that's starting to be really bothersome in your yard that you want to get rid of, you are in need of a good tree removal service. There are lots of tree service companies nowadays that you can choose from but you need to know that not all of them have the abilit......[Read More]
Difference Between Cool & Warm Humidifier

Difference Between Cool & Warm Humidifier

Humidifiers add moisture to the air, making rooms more comfortable during the winter months. Running a humidifier in the bedroom can make it easier for someone with a stuffy nose to sleep at night, and can alleviate snoring for some people. In very dry climates, humidifiers protect furniture and art......[Read More]
How to Bury Wire for a Pet Containment System

How to Bury Wire for a Pet Containment System

A properly installed pet containment system provides an excellent alternative to unsightly fencing, allowing both you and your pet to enjoy a natural-looking yard. However, incorrect placement of the underground wire may cause your fencing system to become damaged by foot traffic, lawn equipment and......[Read More]
The Differences Between Scuppernong & Muscadine

The Differences Between Scuppernong & Muscadine

Scuppernong is a variety of muscadine, Vitis rotundifolia.ripe grape image by Alison Bowden from Fotolia.comScuppernong and muscadine are both varieties of edible grapes of the same genus and species, Vitis rotundifolia. Both scuppernongs and muscadines are grown in warm climates and have.........[Read More]
Are Asiatic Lilies Perennials?

Are Asiatic Lilies Perennials?

For a colorful, easy-care flower bed, try Asiatic lilies (Lilum asiatic). Their upward-facing, trumpet-like flowers are available in a wider array of vivid colors than other lilies, and freckle-like spots on their petals add interest. Asiatic lilies grow in a range of heights, from 2 to 5 feet, maki......[Read More]
What Wood to Use for a Vegetable Garden

What Wood to Use for a Vegetable Garden

Vegetable gardens for home gardeners use a variety of wooden materials. Wood is used to provide structural support to raised vegetable beds, as a decorative treatment and as part of a support frame for vegetables. Wood is also used in signs for marking areas of the garden and for stakes to create su......[Read More]
How to Edge Along the Sidewalk

How to Edge Along the Sidewalk

Adding edging to a sidewalk serves both functional and ornamental purposes. Edging blocks grass and weeds from encroaching, giving the surface a neat look. It also defines the course and adds structure to the yard. Pavers, natural stones and pea gravel are a few examples of edging material that offe......[Read More]
Patio Sets - Enlarge Your Home With Patio Garden Sets

Patio Sets - Enlarge Your Home With Patio Garden Sets

While patios are outside of the actual home, they are not exactly in your garden. They are forming a connection between the two. Many people use patio sets to make their home interior look larger and give it a feel as if there were another room in the house.......[Read More]
How to Make a Stepping Stone From a Rhubarb Leaf

How to Make a Stepping Stone From a Rhubarb Leaf

Stepping stones are not only useful; they can add a great deal of character to your garden. One creative way to decorate your garden is to make stepping stones from rhubarb or other large garden leaves. With just a few supplies, you can make stunning stepping stones sure to intrigue your guests. It'......[Read More]
How to Plant Grapes in the Western Cape

How to Plant Grapes in the Western Cape

Grapes are large vining plants, successful in human society since Biblical times. These plants grow vines up to 10 feet long and can live for over 50 years, but need the right climate and care to do so. The region called Western Cape in South Africa, which sits on the country's west coast and featur......[Read More]
Insecticide for Killing Grubs

Insecticide for Killing Grubs

There is no one grub insecticide that works better than another. Turf entomologists maintain that an insecticide that works well in one type of soil will not always work as well in another. Sometimes you have to try different kinds of insecticide in varying levels before getting a satisfactory resul......[Read More]
Studies Many Elements of Gardener Holbaek

Studies Many Elements of Gardener Holbaek

There are lots of imagination along with colorations come to mind having landscaping. With the next few paragraphs, we will be displaying different issues with AnlĀ¦gsgartner Holbaek. Growing to be environmentally friendly can be a ... ......[Read More]
For Lighting Fixtures and Landscape Lighting Get Solar Power Installed

For Lighting Fixtures and Landscape Lighting Get Solar Power Installed

Solar technology can definitely be used in and around the home for landscape lighting and all your outdoor lighting fixtures.As an example, if you wanted to operate your lighting fixtures and a few small appliances around the home the solar installation would cost approximately $1000.......[Read More]
How to Heat Up My Compost Pile

How to Heat Up My Compost Pile

A compost pile that holds its temperature at 140 degrees Fahrenheit for three consecutive days rids itself of weeds and breaks down into nutrients more quickly, explains an online fact sheet by Santa Cruz County. The best way to make your compost pile build up that much heat is by organizing it in o......[Read More]
Preformed Ponds With Bio Edge

Preformed Ponds With Bio Edge

If the encouragement of wildlife is one of your priorities, and it should be, then there are a number of preformed ponds available now which have much improved margins built in to the shape. Some even have a shallow sloping tray with a pebble strewn bottom that could form the perfect entry and exit ......[Read More]
Adirondack Chairs - an American Classic

Adirondack Chairs - an American Classic

When it comes to decorating your outdoor space you cannot go wrong with Adirondack chairs for relaxing. Usually crafted from solid wood they boast a high back, sloping seat and oversized armrests.......[Read More]
How to Thatch a Roof

How to Thatch a Roof

Thatch rooftops were used almost all over the world for centuries and are still used today by those who want a rustic look to their homes. This type of roofing material is made by tying different types of grass, reeds and straws together in bundles. It is used in all types of climates keeping a home......[Read More]