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The best tips for growing large tomatoes

April 16, 2018

 Nothing beats the flavor of a freshly picked tomato. With all sizes, shapes and colors on the market now, there are tomatoes for everyone, even for balcony gardeners, with these 8 best tips for growing large tomatoes. 1. The best tips for growing large tomatoes: seeds The best tip for growing large tomatoes is to choose the […]

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5 criteria to evaluate a damaged lawn

April 16, 2018

 We can treat a damaged turf with a good dose of tenderness, love and care. Here’s how to assess turf damage and how to fix it. 1. Grass care Among the reasons for not installing sod is maintenance: to look good and satisfy you, a lawn must be cut, fed and watered regularly. If a lawn needs […]

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6 tips to start an indoor garden

April 16, 2018

These few tips will help you dust off your green hand and start a garden at home!  1. Choose a sunny place Preferably the most illuminated window of the house; if necessary complete with grow lamps. 2. Make sure the base is level In addition, make sure that your pots, trays or recycled containers have openings […]

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9 strange plant species

April 16, 2018

Mother Nature has brought some of the most amazing and unusual organisms to life and when it comes to our friends with leaves and roots, we find some pretty incredible species. Here is an overview of 9 really strange plant species. The world is populated with unique and beautiful plants. 1. The Dipper flycatcher Like many […]

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Rule of three for a splendid lawn

April 16, 2018

Do you want to bask on a lush lawn? It is not too late ! Follow these tips to get a perfect lawn. Rule 1: Hunt the invaders! The chinch bugs wait for the heat of the summer, then make havoc, visible in the form of irregular yellow and brown spots. To find out if you have some, […]

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11 things you will not learn at the community garden

April 16, 2018

 Grow beautiful healthy plants using these easy and inexpensive tips when gardening. Tea is a natural fertilizer • Water your ferns and acidophilic plants, such as hydrangeas, with infused tea to make the leaves look good. • To supplement them, sprinkle new or used tea leaves among the plants and cover them with mulch; when you […]

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Enhance the outside appeal of your property

April 16, 2018

Trees and shrubs can greatly enhance the outdoor appeal of a home. Here are eight tips that will give your pitch a thunderous look! 1. Water them Until their roots are well established, young trees and shrubs need a lot of water. When they are bigger, you have to water them deeply so that the water reaches […]

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10 secrets to grow your vegetables

April 16, 2018

Control the pests, keep the plants out of the cold and learn the secrets of the pros to grow the best vegetables in your neighborhood. Pack the stems Before starting a tomato, pepper or eggplant plant, wrap each stem with a 4 inch square aluminum foil collar. Do not put the collar too tight to allow […]

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3 gardening tips for beginners

April 16, 2018

Here are the key steps to becoming a smart gardener. 1. Plan your plantings Although you need to wait a few weeks after the last frost to plant vegetables in the ground that need heat, some can be as soon as the soil has thawed. For example, peas and lettuce tolerate cool weather well. Later, intrepid gardeners will be able […]

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Garden and plants

April 16, 2018

Set up your garden and optimize available space. As a bonus, learn how to draw a heat map. What to cultivate for a balcony or terrace? If you have a balcony or terrace, buying herbs is expensive, but most can be grown in a small space. They contain a cocktail of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, but especially aromas […]

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The 7 best houseplants for your health

April 16, 2018

 Yes, the air we breathe is polluted, but it is possible to purify it without a HEPA filter, thanks to one of these 7 best indoor plants for your health. The best houseplants for your health According to a growing number of international studies, plants absorb particles and pollutants such as formaldehyde and benzene, released in […]

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The best homemade stuff for weed control

April 16, 2018

Prepare a herbicide potion yourself, learn how to uproot weeds growing in cracks, and learn how to get rid of poison ivy with the best homemade tips for weed control. 1. Spray weeds with salt An inexpensive ingredient that is already found at home could be an excellent gardening ally ! The salt will kill a large number of herbs that can not […]

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