Author: Richard Morgan

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How to Beautify Your Garden During the Winter Season?

As the winter season approaches, you are probably thinking of ways to beautify and light up your garden. Well, solar lanterns are definitely one way to go about it. Efforts should be focused on certain key areas to create the strongest aesthetic effect with garden lighting. These key areas can include the front garden, plant pots, and beds closest to the home. These are areas you see and walk through every day.
This article will serve as a creative guide on your quest to beautify your garden for the winter season by compiling some garden …

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Creating an Amazing Outdoor Space

An outdoor area can’t be a “living space” if it doesn’t have a livable, relaxing, and cozy element. Also, a regular outdoor space with grass, porch, and plants is far different from a space that truly serves its purpose.
Yes, it should go well beyond ponds, crops, trees, and benches to really achieve a “livable” quality. Here is everything you need to know about creating an enjoyable, creative, cozy, and purposeful outdoor space.
How to Create a Living Outdoor Space?

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Therapy Garden

A therapeutic garden is a great space that’s specifically intended to improve human beings’ relationship with nature and maximize the health benefits the interaction entails.
Moreover, this space is arranged and designed for older adults or anyone who is struggling mentally (especially those who are suffering from autism, Alzheimer’s disease, and dementia).
“Therapeutic garden” has been an umbrella term for the different designs of gardens that are landscaped to meet the physical and mental health demands of individuals or groups.
Examples of therapy gardens include sensory …

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Fruit Tree Harvests

When purchasing a new residential lot, most people would only consider the price, location, accessibility, view, and the house itself. Only a very few would consider how ideal the soil and climate are in growing fruit trees— only garden enthusiasts do.
But why fruit trees? Fruit trees can be on the priority list of every gardener due to the fact that they can be beneficial for their family’s daily consumption or their small fruit business. Whatever their reasons are, fruit trees could be both be profitable and encourage growers to shift into a healthier diet.
Aside from that, an abundant yard can delightfully welcome …

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General Lawn Care

How to Creatively Mow Your Lawn?

Mowing your lawn may not be a walk in the park, but it could be an exciting roller-coaster journey every garden could experience. Although the process takes a lot of effort despite its degree of repetitiveness, anyone can make it as interesting as purchasing garden accessories or arranging your garden features by learning how to mow creatively.
You may have worked so hard to give your lawn a fresher, newer look; thus, it’s time to upgrade your experience and apply some creative …

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General Lawn Care

How to Care For Your Lawn During Summer

A lawn during a hot season is often dry and brown. However, it does not mean it is unhealthy, dead, or cannot be rebound. Some people also choose to allow their plants to get browned up and let them turn back to green during cooler seasons.
Whether you want to undergo preventive measures or choose to ride with the natural phenomenon, you may still use this guide to know how to keep your plants healthy.
In the United States, most lawns are covered with cool-weather grass such as perennial rye, …

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General Lawn Care

Winter Preparation: How to Winterize Your Lawn?

Preparing your lawn or garden for winter might be a very taxing and lengthy process, but with our help, it can be as fun as you never thought it would. Aside from fueling your enthusiasm, we also have a guide to making your job simpler and easier. For some people, the urgency for garden winter preparation is nonexistent.
They can just let their plants wither and let the snow cover their colorful yard. However, in your case, as a gardener, this is not possible for you.
Thus, before letting the snow cover your ard, take the necessary steps to …

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Problems

White Leaf Spot: What is it?

A white spotting on the leaf’s foliage can be a white leaf spot fungus. This fungus is called Mycosphaerella capsellae or Pseudocercosporella capsellae, also known as Brassica White Leaf Spot.
This kind of fungus causes yellow or light tan and circular leaf spotting. Its lesions are approximately one-fourth inch or one centimeter across.
Sometimes, it is accompanied by splotching or dark streaking. Brassica White Leaf Spotting is somehow uncommon and a benign illness of cole plants. It usually …

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How to Treat Phoma Blight

This plant condition is particularly dangerous to several ornamentals and crops. Nevertheless, there are effective preventive measures that allow gardeners to protect their plants from further infection. Moreover, it can also help them save the rest of their garden. But before anything else, what is Phoma Blight?
It is actually a fungal infection that is caused by different Phoma species. Conditions caused by these fungi are common in cool and wet environments. This fungus survives in old plant remains (usually …

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Plant Root Problems

Novice gardeners have one common problem— some of their plants keep on dying. It is quite obvious that some of them have not learned what experienced growers already did, and if you are one of these newbies, then you should grab a paper and pen and take down some notes.
The first thing you need to do is to identify the underlying issues of your plants’ current condition. In most cases, the issue has something to do with the plants’ roots. Problems with the plants’ roots can …

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