How To Create A Rooftop Garden

Jul 4, 2015 |
Rooftop View

With innovation and modernisation, a lot of land has been developed leaving very little outdoor space for gardening. The roof top thereby provides an unused and ideal space to benefit from all the gardening virtues. In most urban areas, roof top gardening has provided an ample outdoor living space. Being a very simple do-it-yourself process, […more]

5 Reasons You Need To Purchase A Grass Trimmer

Jun 21, 2015 |
Grass Trimmer

Grass trimmers are tools that any gardeners would like to have in his or her home. Over the past years, this tool has become very essential in keeping the garden looking tidy and neat. The tool is basically used to cut long and overgrown grass which cannot be cut using a normal lawn mower. This […more]

7 Essential Garden Maintenance Tips

Jun 6, 2015 |
Maintained Garden

One of the integral components of a viable garden is the care and maintenance. Whether you decide to go about it yourself or decide to hire a professional to maintain your garden, the same question arises; how should a garden be maintained?  Many people in the country will attest to the fact that a garden […more]

Where Can I Buy Pre-Planted And Partially Grown Trees And Plants?

May 31, 2015 |
Wild Trees

Consider the following suppliers for purchasing pre-planted and partially grown trees and plants in the UK:       I.            Trees by Post Trees by post are driven by the satisfaction their clients derive from their services. They grow quality seedlings and ensure convenience through reliable couriers for deliveries. Orders are dispatched as soon as they are […more]

What’s The Best Way To Prevent Weeds In The Grass And Garden?

May 17, 2015 |
Weeds in the Garden

The term weed is very subjective. However, in this case the term is used to refer to invasive plants that normally compete with grass and other garden plants for nutrients, sunlight and space. Some examples of grass and garden weed s are: coarse-leaved grasses, dandelions, buttercups and clover. Identifying weeds early and removing them promptly […more]

What Power Tools Should I Own For My Garden?

May 3, 2015 |
Man with a Power Tool

A garden power tool is a piece of equipment that is driven by electricity, a gasoline engine or compressed air. Such tools are designed to use power to carry out garden operations. Majority of the activities in the farm are better done with bare hands. However, the essence of power tools cannot be ignored. They […more]

Best Lawn Mowers for Medium Sized Gardens

Apr 22, 2015 |
Lawn Mower

As a gardener, you already know the essence of a lawn mower in your garden. Most home gardens are small in size, hence the need for a smaller yet efficient lawn mower. When you are looking for a lawn mower to buy or hire, there are several things that you need to consider for you […more]

Examples Of Fastest Growing Climber Plants For Outdoors

Apr 2, 2015 |
Climbing flowers

Climbing vines can add a magical touch to your garden. With minimal attention, vines can completely transform your garden, giving it the color, texture, scent and the outdoor feeling you have always desired. The amount of space you have for gardening should not limit you from planting these magnificent plants. They can actually be grown […more]

What Systems Can I Use To Create A Wall Of Flowers In My Home?

Mar 10, 2015 |
Wall Flowers

Any gardener requires some privacy while in his or her home. This can be achieved through a living fence around the home. In addition to such walls providing the much needed privacy, they also add the aesthetic value of the home. An array of plants, including trees, shrubs and flowers may be used for this […more]

What Types Of Trees And Bushes Can I Use On A Rooftop?

Feb 2, 2015 |

Rooftops are normally hostile site when it comes to growing trees and bushes. This is mainly because of the strong winds, high temperature and high light intensity. All these provide a challenge for plants. As such, plants to be grown on rooftops need to be selected carefully. The plants chosen should be able o cope […more]