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How to Landscape a Flower Bed | eHow
05/13/2014
How to Landscape a Flower Bed | eHow

How to Landscape a Flower Bed | eHow

There is no right or wrong way to design a flower garden. Formal gardens often follow a classic design of angular shapes and uniform colors. The cottage garden is an eclectic grouping of plants with soft edges and curving borders. No matter which type of flower bed you choose, there are some things…

How to Prune Red Tip Photinia | eHow
05/13/2014
How to Prune Red Tip Photinia | eHow

How to Prune Red Tip Photinia | eHow

All Red Tip Photinias need to be pruned, from the very young to the totally overgrown neglected older plant. You will learn how to and when is the best time to prune and train them to make them beautiful and bushy.

How to Care for Blueberry Bushes | eHow
05/13/2014
How to Care for Blueberry Bushes | eHow

How to Care for Blueberry Bushes | eHow

Who wouldn't enjoy ripe, lush blueberries right in their own backyard? The problems is, many people do not know how to properly care for them, particularly during the first year. Blueberry plants are pretty and will be very hardy once they are well established. The problem is, will they survive unti…

Do you know which type of propagation method to use?
03/23/2014
Plant Life: Sexual propagation versus asexual propagation

Do you know which type of propagation method to use?

Gardens and houseplants relieve stress. The simple joy of playing in the dirt and planting seeds brings a sense of satisfaction. Harvesting that first tomato from your garden or watching the wildlife come to enjoy the flowers is exhilarating. And best of all, flowers just make you smile.

Is Steer Manure Good for Vegetable Gardens?
02/27/2014
Is Steer Manure Good for Vegetable Gardens?

Is Steer Manure Good for Vegetable Gardens?

The site you choose for your vegetable garden often requires fertilizer for the nutrients plants need throughout the growing season. A natural fertilizer provides these nutrients without chemicals, ...

Amazing writer! The Vampire Hunter's Daughter takes you on a whirlwind adventure. Grab your copy now!
02/19/2014
Jennifer Malone Wright

Amazing writer! The Vampire Hunter's Daughter takes you on a whirlwind adventure. Grab your copy now!

Visit Amazon.com's Jennifer Malone Wright Page and shop for all Jennifer Malone Wright books and other Jennifer Malone Wright related products (DVD, CDs, Apparel). Check out pictures, bibliography, biography and community discussions about Jennifer Malone Wright

How to Take Care of an Indoor Basil Plant
01/29/2014
How to Take Care of an Indoor Basil Plant

How to Take Care of an Indoor Basil Plant

Ocimum basilicum, commonly called basil, grows as an annual that is used in cuisines all around the world. Originally from India, basil is used to flavor sauces, oils and tomato dishes. Basil is a ...

Homemade Fungicide for Plant Cuttings
01/29/2014
Homemade Fungicide for Plant Cuttings

Homemade Fungicide for Plant Cuttings

The pristine plants you envision when you take cuttings and grow clones from your landscape plants take hard work and dedication. However, the process may include toxic chemicals that can damage the ...

Cloning a Jasmine | eHow
01/29/2014
Cloning a Jasmine | eHow

Cloning a Jasmine | eHow

The intoxicating scent of jasmine (Jasminum spp.) permeates the air in gardens throughout the U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 6 through 10, depending on the cultivar. There are evergreen varieties of jasmine, as well as deciduous. Some species grow as a vine and others grow as a...

Common Houseplants That Propagate From Cuttings
01/29/2014
Common Houseplants That Propagate From Cuttings

Common Houseplants That Propagate From Cuttings

One of the most cost-effective ways to generate new houseplants is to propagate them from cuttings. A homemade propagation chamber will produce a wide variety of new plants within a few weeks time. ...

Can I Bonsai an Avocado Plant?
01/29/2014
Can I Bonsai an Avocado Plant?

Can I Bonsai an Avocado Plant?

The avocado (Persea americana) is a tree that grows to heights of 40 feet or more in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 9 through 11. A warm-weather plant that produces small yellow ...

The Leaves Died After I Transplanted a Bush
01/24/2014
The Leaves Died After I Transplanted a Bush

The Leaves Died After I Transplanted a Bush

After a bush is moved, it may show signs of transplant shock, such as dead leaves. Transplant shock does not mean the bush will die, but it is in serious danger of dying. Short-term and long-term ...

Try these bite size snacks for the big game.
01/21/2014
Best Finger Foods for Parties | eHow

Try these bite size snacks for the big game.

The best finger foods for parties are ones that can be prepared and served easily and that are enticing to your guests. Options could range from baked chicken wings with buffalo sauce to homemade chips with salsa made from scratch, or even cream cheese wontons; so thinking about the crowd you're gat...

Description of Mendel's Cross-Pollination Technique
01/20/2014
Description of Mendel's Cross-Pollination Technique

Description of Mendel's Cross-Pollination Technique

Over a quarter of a century ago, an Austrian named Gregor Mendel was studying genetics. He was a monk, a teacher, and a gardener, a gardener who understood the concept of dominant and recessive ...

Bring some spring color to your home during the winter.
01/15/2014
How to Grow Spring Bulbs in Pots Inside

Bring some spring color to your home during the winter.

Fresh cut flowers brighten your home throughout the year, but the blooms soon fade. If you grow spring bulbs in pots inside, the flowers last much longer. The added benefit is you can enjoy gardening ...

Plant Life: Winter Growing Blues
01/09/2014
Plant Life: Winter Growing Blues

Plant Life: Winter Growing Blues

Gardens and houseplants relieve stress. The simple joy of playing in the dirt and planting seeds brings a sense of satisfaction. Harvesting that first tomato from your garden or watching the wildlife come to enjoy the flowers is exhilarating. And best of all, flowers just make you smile.

How to Repot a Baby Bromeliad
01/09/2014
How to Repot a Baby Bromeliad

How to Repot a Baby Bromeliad

Bromeliads (Aechmea distichantha) are tropical plants that grow outdoors in the warm U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 9 through 11. Often grown as a houseplant in cooler regions, ...

How to Make Drying Shelves for Vegetables
01/09/2014
How to Make Drying Shelves for Vegetables

How to Make Drying Shelves for Vegetables

Drying the vegetables from your garden is an inexpensive way to preserve the foods that you grow and increase the flavors of your culinary creations throughout the year. Once you make the drying ...

How to Treat Transplant Shock in Shrubs
01/09/2014
How to Treat Transplant Shock in Shrubs

How to Treat Transplant Shock in Shrubs

Shrubs do not like to be disturbed, whether the plants are new to a landscape or moved to a different place within a yard. Visible signs of transplant shock include a change in leaf color, wilting ...

Dishwashing Liquid & Roses
01/09/2014
Dishwashing Liquid & Roses

Dishwashing Liquid & Roses

Roses (Rosa spp.) add beauty and fragrance to gardens across U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 2 through 11. Some rose varieties prefer cooler regions than others. While the roses ...

How Much Lime Do I Need to Change the pH From 5 to 7 for 1 Square Foot?
01/09/2014
How Much Lime Do I Need to Change the pH From 5 to 7 for 1 Square Foot?

How Much Lime Do I Need to Change the pH From 5 to 7 for 1 Square Foot?

There was a time when farmers would taste the soil to determine if it was sweet or sour. The farmers would amend the soil so the chosen crops would have a more abundant yield. Agriculture science has ...

Velvet Painting Technique | eHow
12/12/2013
Velvet Painting Technique | eHow

Velvet Painting Technique | eHow

Believed to have originated in Kashmir, the homeland of velvet fabric, painting on black velvet is considered by some to be tacky, while others view it as an expressive art form comparable to that of any other type of painting. Painting on velvet was originally practiced by early priests, who perfec...

Ever wonder why your pets get sick for no reason?
11/26/2013
Houseplants That Are Not Good for Animals

Ever wonder why your pets get sick for no reason?

While your cat may love to chew on your vining plant, and your dog nibbles on the leaves of an indoor tree, this doesn't mean the plants are good for them. Just like human children, people's ...

You may need to replace your hormone powder.
11/26/2013
Does Powder Rooting Hormone Expire? | eHow

You may need to replace your hormone powder.

Plants produce a compound known as auxin to aid in healing when a part of the specimen is wounded. The auxin compound has the unique ability to stimulate root development in plant cuttings. The compound is available commercially at nurseries and garden centers for use by the home gardener. Known as…

How healthy are your plants?
11/26/2013
What Is Causing Mushy Yellow Spots on My Houseplants?

How healthy are your plants?

Houseplants are as susceptible to pests and diseases as the plants that grow in outdoor gardens. Ailing plants indoors and outdoors show symptoms that are clues to what is wrong with them, and when ...

5 Deadliest Jobs in the World | Top5.com
04/26/2013
5 Deadliest Jobs in the World | Top5.com

5 Deadliest Jobs in the World | Top5.com

If you are upset that you are not working because of the economy, look on the bright side; you won't die at work. While workplace fatalities have decreased

How to Propagate Perennial Ferns
03/22/2013
How to Propagate Perennial Ferns

How to Propagate Perennial Ferns

More than 20,000 species of perennial ferns grow in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3 through 9. Ferns are in the Pteridophyta class of plants, and have stems and leaves like ...

How to Prune Grapevines with Tools
03/22/2013
How to Prune Grapevines with Tools

How to Prune Grapevines with Tools

With proper care, grape vines (Vitis vinifera) stay in production for many years. It is not uncommon for a vine to remain productive for several decades. Grape vines grow in U.S. Department of ...

The Engagement Game
03/22/2013
The Engagement Game

The Engagement Game

Yes or no depends on Heart cards outnumbering the Storm cards in a game created by Tiffany’s married once-too-often friend. Is marriage in the cards or will love goeth before the storm?** MILD Adult Situations **

Ten Twisted Tales
03/22/2013
Ten Twisted Tales

Ten Twisted Tales

A collection of ten short twisted storiesThe Replacement is what happens when we make a pact with the Devil himself.My Sabian is it a horse?Sampson’s Love is the story about Sampson and Richard and the story of a love between a human and a pet.The Toast tells the story how a woman got away...

Agents of Deceit (Undercover Series)
03/22/2013
Agents of Deceit (Undercover Series)

Agents of Deceit (Undercover Series)

When bombs are at play, hearts shouldn't be...When word of a terrorist plot against DFW International Airport reaches the FBI, Special Agent Jackson Caldwell travels to Dallas to investigate. This is his chance to prove to his superiors that he's ready to be back in the field after being trapped ...

Writer Jaipi Sixbear
03/22/2013
Writer Jaipi Sixbear

Writer Jaipi Sixbear

Jaipi (pronounced J.P.) has been writing online since 2008. She believes in writing simply, passionately and truthfully, no matter the medium.

Angel Sharum, Author
03/22/2013
Angel Sharum, Author

Angel Sharum, Author

Author-Southern Belle-Hiker-Photographer-Amateur Woodworker and person who spends way too much time playing on Photoshop

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