Upcycling, the process of taking something that most would throw away and turning it into something beautiful, is rising in popularity quickly and one of the most popular areas to utilize upcycling is in your gardens. There are hundreds of amazing upcycling projects out there for the garden, but these are some of my very favorites.
About a week ago, my mom sent me the link to this article Homemade Weed Killers in Good House Keeping.
I have to say at first I was a little skeptical. How many of these things are going to actually work? However, other than old fashioned pulling I didn't believe any of them will work. Now, to be honest, other than pulling the weeds, I haven't tried but one other remedy from this list but I am interested to know how many of these work and am willing to try more as time goes on.
If you've been looking at greenhouses lately you might have noticed they're expensive. Just because you don't have a lot of money available it doesn't mean you can't grow your own vegetables You will get to enjoy the pleasure that comes from biting into a fresh tomato for the first time. Did you know they taste much better when you grow them yourself? Even though it's hard to prove I'm sure you'll agree.
After all that hard work and dedication you put into growing your precious vegetable garden, the last thing you want is your fruits and vegetables being feasted upon by birds and ground pests. No doubt, this definitely means that the stuff you're growing is incredibly tasty, but hey, you're the one who should be deciding that, right? Well, you still can! As long as you follow some simple tips mentioned below, you can keep birds and pests away from your beloved garden, and have the fruits of your hard work all to yourself!
Taking care of your cold frame is important, as it will ensure that your plants are growing strong and the frame itself isn't being worn down by the weather.
There are a few simple things that you can do to care for your cold frame, such as:
Trees play a vital role in the ecological cycles of the environment. In rural areas, trees abound as far as the eye can see, and wildlife and other types of flora spread out over the country atmosphere. In the cities and suburbs, where paved roads, marketplaces, and houses lined up in a row, there are far less trees to cover the landscape.