Blog archive for April 2017

5 reasons to keep your garden pond aerated

Many people decide to build ponds in their gardens. After all, these seemingly simple water features add an extra angle and can bring life to an otherwise empty space. But ponds can’t just be built and left. They need to be “healthy” to flourish and that’s where aeration comes in. Remember, only a certain amount […]

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5 vegetables that even brown thumbs can grow

Growing your own vegetables at home is so satisfying. Not only does it feel good to bring fresh produce straight from garden to table, but vegetables you’ve grown yourself seem to taste better too! But not everyone is successful when it comes to yielding decent vegetable harvests. Not because they necessarily do anything wrong mind – […]

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5 ways to improve the security of your garden shed

If you’re a keen gardener, chances are you’ve got a garden shed to keep all your tools and supplies in. But how secure is it? Would a break-in leave you devastated? You undoubtedly take the security of your home seriously, which helps keep your family and belongings safe. However, increased home security has led many unscrupulous individuals […]

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Soil problems? Here are 5 common solutions

You’ve tried and tried to be a green thumb, but it’s just not happening. What could possibly be wrong? Maybe it’s your soil… [Recommended read: 5 easy to grow plants for brown thumbs] The bottom line is that healthy soil is essential for successfully growing healthy plants. So what can you do if your soil […]

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