November 2010

Ideas for Vegetables to Plant in Your Fall Garden

November 30, 2010

If planting a garden has become an enjoyment of yours and a favorite past time, you don’t need to get discouraged when fall and winter are knocking at the door. There are many different vegetables that you can plant throughout the fall and winter months that will allow you to have great tasting vegetables and […]

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Need to Know: Making Your Own Compost Bin

November 30, 2010

When you have made the decision to create compost out of the materials that are in your yard, you are giving yourself the chance to save money and help create your gardens into a flourish of flowers and vegetables. To create the compost that you are looking for, you will need to purchase a compost […]

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What to Plant in Your Fall Garden

November 29, 2010

When you plant in the fall, you don’t have to only plant trees, shrubs and bulbs, but you can also plant a garden that will be full of vegetables that you can use year round. Planting a fall and winter garden will take some time and you will also need to know what types of […]

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Benefits of Compost Tea

November 29, 2010

Adding any type of accelerate to your gardens will help your garden grow and create a large source of flowers and plants that you can use in your everyday life. Adding compost tea to your gardens is a source that you can use and create yourself with a little bit of time and a few […]

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How to Make Your Own Compost Bin

November 29, 2010

As a part of today’s economy and society, many people have started making their own products and recycling the materials that they have around their homes. Recycling materials is not only done by recycling aluminum cans and newspaper, but you can also recycle the materials that are around your yard. These materials consist of grass […]

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Tips for Choosing Your Compost Bin

November 25, 2010

As you work in your yard, you will find that the materials you are cleaning up can be used for making your own compost. Compost is a natural and organic ingredient that many gardeners are starting to use. Compost helps save on the cost of water used in the garden and will also help the […]

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