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Tips for Taking Care of Your Garden

Everyone likes a well-maintained garden. It looks beautiful and creates a peaceful and tranquil aesthetic. Sadly, in the busy lifestyle of today, most people feel like they lack the time, necessary for it. Little do they know, however, taking care of your garden does not need to take up all of your free time! Just as with any other activity, knowing what to do and how to do it efficiently and effectively is the key. In this article we will go over the basics of garden care, offering you tips and tricks on efficient garden maintenance.

Bladderwort: Problems and Some Application Questions

Aquatic Utricularia or Bladderwort is a water-loving plant native to the North America. It can be commonly found in waterlogged soils, ponds, rivers, marshlands, waterways. The plant is a source of nutrition for birds like waterfowl, insects, and some mammals.

The Expandable Garden Hose: Veteran Gardener Secret Weapon

What separates The Grow Worm expandable garden hose from the competition? Its simple. It starts with a double layer of latex – the same best quality as used in weather balloons & fire hoses, which means it won’t rip or burst.

Raised Bed Gardening Trumphs Over Poor Soil Conditions

Think that the poor soil where you live means you’re doomed to a life of gardening disasters? Think again. You can beat your soil problems by taking raising your plants out of the ground. Raised bed gardening means you never have to worry about poor soil conditions and that you can have a healthy, thriving garden no matter where you live and what your soil type. Even if you have the world’s best soil for growing, doing your gardening in raised beds still have some advantages. Find out more about the pros and cons of raised bed gardening and see if it is right for you.

Why Is Purple Loosestrife a Threat?

Lythrum salicaria or Purple loosestrife is a tough perennial that is characterized by its spiky pink-purple flowers. The plant was brought to the north-eastern United States in the 18th century by early settlers for their flower garden. Since then, it has spread aggressively across the United States and Canada.

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