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Should You Move Bulbs – When And How To Transplant Bulbs In The Garden

Should You Move Bulbs – When And How To Transplant Bulbs In The Garden

By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)Planting spring-blooming flower bulbs in the fall is a great way to add a burst of early season color into the home landscape. Masses of flower bulbs, especially those which naturalize, can add years of interest to the garden. Bulbs like daffodils, muscari, and crocus are all examples of spring bulbs that thrive and often reproduce when planted in ideal locations of the landscape.

Propagate Impatiens: Rooting Impatiens Cuttings

Propagate Impatiens: Rooting Impatiens Cuttings

By: Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden(Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden)A common mainstay in many gardens either in containers or as bedding plants, impatiens are one of the easiest flowering plants to grow. So if you’re looking for an easy way to add more of these flowers to the garden, impatiens rooting takes little time or effort.

Basic rules and features for pruning grapes in spring and autumn

Basic rules and features for pruning grapes in spring and autumn

Pruning grapes along with bait and watering affects the quality of fruiting and the correct development of the vine. This activity requires care and a sensible approach. The process allows you to optimally determine the load on the plant, to form a bush, depending on the varietal characteristics, the type of support and the geographical location of the garden plot.

Boston Fern Diseases: Caring For Unhealthy Boston Ferns

Boston Fern Diseases: Caring For Unhealthy Boston Ferns

By: Teo SpenglerBoston ferns (Nephrolepis exaltata ‘Bostoniensis’) are old-fashioned ferns with beautiful arching fronds. They require adequate sunlight, water and nutrients to thrive, and good cultural practices help keep your fern healthy. If your fern doesn’t get the best care – or even if it does – it may be attacked by Boston fern diseases.

Growing indoor roses

Growing indoor roses

Because of what indoor roses suffer in winter Growing roses in indoor conditions is a rather troublesome business, it is very difficult to please these capricious beauties. These two types of roses more or less tolerate life within four walls, but in winter the situation is usually complicated by the too dry and warm microclimate in our apartments.

Autistic Children And Gardening: Creating Autism Friendly Gardens For Kids

Autistic Children And Gardening: Creating Autism Friendly Gardens For Kids

By: Amy GrantAutism gardening therapy is becoming a fantastic therapeutictool. This therapeutic tool, also known as horticultural therapy, has been used in rehabcenters, hospitals and nursing homes. It has become a natural passageway foruse with autistic children and gardening. Creating autism friendly gardensbenefits not only children on every level of the spectrum but their caregiversas well.