Home & Garden

Good Soil, Naturally

Although I am an enthusiastic advocate of natural gardening, I wasn’t much of a fan of composting until I procrastinated one fall and left a sizable pile of leaves and stems out on a concrete slab, th

Fall Schedule

If only a little late in the season, here are a few things for the fall gardener’s schedule. I haven’t even started most of mine yet, sadly. Mid-fall is the best time to move, divide or plant spring a

Caring for Bulbs During the Cold Season

When you plant bulbs, whether that happens in fall or spring, don’t forget to mix in a good measure of bone meal into the dirt, to help them set in and give them some food for the first year. Other th

Why is it Important to use Water Filters?

A decent inquiry, “are water filters imperative?” In the present society, life is quick passed, such a great amount to do thus little time to do it. Between work, family and ever

Rose Care for the Winter

Whether rose pruning is best done in the fall or spring is a matter of preference. I usually leave it for spring, for some reason I feel the plants will fare better over the winter if they keep the gr

Faqs Answered on Hiring House Cleaning Services

Before your approach for house cleaning services, ask yourself what drove you to the situation to consider a cleaning agency over maids. Well, after reviewing a number of people, it has been found tha

Caring for Indoor Plants

Plants that grow in pots on the window sill like pretty much the same things as the ones cultivated in the garden: a good amount of natural light, sufficient water and a little bit of help in the form

The Memory Herb

Rosemary is the memory herb. This is both a fact and a metaphor: the smell of rosemary improves retention and concentration, and its stems were traditionally offered as tokens of devotion, especially

All Summer's Glory

There is a time around the middle of July when the garden looks absolutely resplendent. It feels like every flower is in bloom, competing for attention. The late spring blooms haven’t faded yet and th

The need of Wastewater Treatment

One might think what does waste watertreatment mean. After all, water is used to eliminate waste in almost every part of the world. There are more industries in the whole world than we can count, abou

How to Build A Wheelbarrow Planter

A wheelbarrow planter is used for planting flowers or trees. Well, it is a tool that can help you with planting trees, not only that but also you can move that one place to another quickly. Sometimes

Flowers for the Summer Solstice

This is so exciting! I have heard so many stories and legends about this flower, but I never actually saw it before. This is Galium Verum, Lady’s Bedstraw, the flower of St. John, a plant so deeply as

Working with Herbs

Working with herbs is an art and small details in the practice of harvesting and preserving them makes the difference between success and failure. Harvesting: Always harvest herbs in the morning, righ