Category - Gardening Guides

How to Transplant a Plant

Transplanting is the moving of a plant to another location, which has various applications such as extending the growing season by starting planting indoors just before the favourable outdoor conditions occur;...

How to Protect Tropical Plants from Cold

Because tropical plants are greatly suited to hot or humid climates, and though they are able to thrive or survive in frost line climates, they still have to be protected from cold temperatures. There are various kinds...

How to Plan a Shrub and Flower Garden

Gardens add beauty to the exterior of a home. It’s nice to see flowers blooming, and butterflies and birds flying from one flower to another. A garden doesn’t need to be very expensive, so it is better to spend sometime...

How to Make Your Flower Garden Beautiful

The primary purpose of flower gardens it to beautify the landscape. They add new colours to a landscape and offer an eye-catching transition at the home and all over the yard. Here are some important tips to a beautiful...

How to keep houseplants healthy

Indoor plants have different uses for people. Aside from providing additional beauty to the inner portion of the house, plants also provide an additional supply of good oxygen for the persons inside the house. Like...

How to Fence a Garden

Fencing is one of the most important parts of gardening. Fences protect our plants from harmful pests and animals, but should be placed in such a way that they do not block the view or ruin that refreshing look of our...

How to Disinfect Gardening Tools

Gardening is the practise of planting flowers, fruits and/or vegetables for consumption and beautification of the environment. In gardening, it is well known that you have to get all the garden bugs out in order to...

How to Design Your Own Landscape

Landscaping can add value and beauty to your home, and make it environmentally friendly. Creating your own landscape design isn’t as difficult as you think. With a creative mind and passion for artistry, you can do it...