I spent so much time on my veggie patch last year and just didn't see the spectacular results I was hoping for. This year I've been doing a lot more research to try and get my plants the right nutrients so I can actually get some fresh veggies this year. There is something so tasty about vegetables that are freshly picked from the garden, compared to something you buy in a supermarket and sits in a fridge. I'm improving how I plant them, how I fertilise them and hopefully I'll reap a bumper crop. Read along to see if I do!
23 December 2015
If you are an avid gardener looking to try something new, hydroponics is gaining steam in a traditionally soil-only industry. The gardening method is also perfect for those with little outdoor space or looking to utilize indoor areas for fruit and vegetable growth. Because hydroponic gardens are a relatively new concept, many people aren't aware of their numerous benefits. Little Space Needed Hydroponics are a great solution for urban city dwellers in condos or apartments with no outdoor space to call their own.
17 December 2015
A lush, green lawn is something to be enjoyed and admired during the summer months, but achieving this can be challenging if you have land that slopes. However, with a little know-how, it can be done. Here's how to successfully lay turf in a sloping garden. What you'll need rolls of turf prepared turf soil rake garden staples rubber mallet screwdriver Always buy top quality turf from a turf supplier.
17 December 2015
Although most households will have subscribed to regular garbage collection, there may come some instances when this is not sufficient for waste disposal. Such instances may range from undertaking renovations on your property to full on spring-cleaning that will result in large amounts of waste. In these situations, you may be better off opting for bin hire rather than depending on your regular garbage collection services. However, it should be noted that opting for bin hire is not simply about paying for the first services that you come across.