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  • 1. If you daydream about have a thriving garden filled with luscious green plants, colorful flowersand bustling wildlife, you need to consider what is required in order to turn your dream intoreality. Gardening can be a lot of work, but it can also be a lot of fun. This article should helpyou to learn a little more about the process of creating a beautiful garden, and having fun in theprocess!Dwarf Fruit TreesDwarf fruit trees are ideal for a small garden. Urban gardens are typically small in area, butthere is plenty of room for dwarf fruit trees, even if only one. These trees start bearing fruit 3-5years after planting, producing a full size fruit. Introduce a dormant tree to its new habitat in theearly spring and make sure it is watered well.TIP! If your plants do not grown very tall, try buying some knee pads used for gardening. Youwill end up spending a good deal of time on your knees and this can cause a lot of pain by theend of the day.As pollinators, many different bees are beneficial to your garden. Some bees are destructive, asis the case with carpenter bees that bore into wood to make their nests. That said, the majorityof bees are crucial to your garden. Learn how to recognize the good from the bad so that youcan let the good do its job.Using boiling water to kill weeds is both efficient and organic. The safest herbicide that you canuse in your garden is a simple pot of boiling water. Just douse the weeds directly with boilingwater, taking care to avoid damaging nearby plants. The weeds roots will be damaged by theboiling water; normally, this prevents them from continuing to grow.TIP! Add some powerful fertilizer to your future garden plot with the use of a chicken tractor.This is a chicken coop you can move around easily.To attract the right kind of insects, plant heather. Heather is quite alluring to bees; when springcomes along, it provides the bees with a source of nectar early. It is common to find all types ofinsects inside of an undisturbed heather bed. Bearing this in mind, it is always a good idea towear gardening gloves when pruning your heather!Your tool handles can easily be used as handy rulers. Tools with substantial handles, like rakes,hoes and large shovels are great for taking measurements. Put the handles down and measure 1/4
  • 2. them with a measuring tape. With a permanent marker, note pertinent measurements on thetool handle. You will never find yourself looking for a ruler thanks to this simple tip.TIP! You should make sure to divide your irises. Divide any overgrown clumps to increase yourstock.Use climbers to cover walls and fences. Climbing plants can cover a wall after one growingseason only. They can also grow through existing shrubs or trees, or be trained to cover anarbor. There are those that have to be fixed to a support, but others will find a surface to cling toall on their own through twining stems or tendrils. Excellent varieties include honeysuckle,wisteria, jasmine, climbing roses and clematis.Select a specific type of plant to be the focal point of your garden. Any great garden designinvolves using a focal point to grab someones attention and keep it there. Quite often adistinctive plant works well as a point of interest.TIP! Try planting berry-bearing evergreens in your yard. This will aid in giving your garden greatcolor, even during the winter when other plants have lost their colors.With these tips, youre better equipped to grow the most beautiful garden you can imagine. Inlearning how to create your dream garden, youll also be growing as a person. Thats becauselearning how to nurture your plants will not only help you reach the goal of having a greatgarden, but it will help you learn to nurture yourself.The Following Items Can Be Found On eBayAntique Weathervanesvar pb_data = []; pb_data[0] = []; pb_data[0]["prefix"] = "item-"; pb_data[0]["ccode"] = "_US";pb_data[0]["uniqueid"] = "pb_bc3eb3"; pb_data[0]["ccid"] ="_Antique+Garden+Accessories+Antique+Weathervanes";United States Australia Austria Belguium Canada France Germany Ireland Italy NetherlandsSpain Switzerland Great BritainBest Match Items Ending First Newly-Listed Items First Price + Shipping: Lowest First Price +Shipping: Highest FirstOld Copper Lobster Weathervane Verdigris with White Paint$112.50 (2 Bids)End Date: Sunday Jan-20-2013 19:38:54 PST 2/4
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