Posts Tagged ‘garden’

Use This Companion Planting Chart to Help Your Garden Thrive

From livelovefruit.com Most people plant their gardens with little thought as to what plants grow well together. The secret to an amazing garden, though? Companion planting!  Companion planting not only takes nutrient uptake into consideration, but it also brings into account crop protection, pest management and positive hosting (aka. increasing the population of beneficial insects […]

More magic for your garden (Wally Richards)

Last week our article was about Magic Botanical Liquid (MBL) and how this natural product made an incredible difference to your plants and gardens. Then a few weeks back we used information from a reader about how he greatly improved his fruit trees with another natural product ‘Apple Cider Vinegar’. Lets now add another Magic […]

How to deal with powdery mildew and other diseases in your garden (Wally Richards)

This is the time of the year that the disease called Powdery Mildew will attack a number of plants in your garden. Powdery mildew is a common fungus that affects a wide variety of plants. It is easily identified and appears as light grey or white powdery spots usually found on infected leaves, but can […]

Boris Johnson Admits He Attended ‘BYOB’ Garden Party At Downing Street During Lockdown

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has admitted he attended a “bring your own booze” party at Downing Street during the height of the first coronavirus lockdown. Speaking at the start of Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday, Johnson apologized for the gathering on May 20, 2020. Advertisement But defending his actions, Johnson said he believed at […]

Colorado Springs’ Garden of the Gods: Red Stone Geological Masterpiece

Garden of the Gods is a public park located in Colorado, USA. The park was established in the early 20th century, and later designated as a National Natural Landmark. Garden of the Gods is renowned for its amazing geological history, which spans 300 million years. It is little wonder that the park received its designation […]

Dealing with bugs and pests in the garden

This is the time of the year some of a gardener’s bug enemies get out and cause damage. I have had my first phone call this week in regards to grass grub beetles eating the foliage of plants. The beetles are nocturnal, they will come out at dusk to mate and feed, lay eggs during […]

The importance of Phosphorous to the soil in your garden (Wally Richards)

Phosphorus stimulates budding and blooming. Plants need phosphorus to produce fruits, flowers, and seeds. It also helps make your plants more resistant to disease. Phosphorus doesn’t dissolve like nitrogen. The soil will hang onto phosphorus, not releasing it into water. Phosphate is needed by all life forms but if taken in too greater quantities it […]

Encourage your children to garden (Wally Richards)

We need to encourage our children and grandchildren to appreciate Nature by including them in some gardening activities. I believe that young children have a natural affinity with plants and insects when they are allowed to explore our gardens. Children learn many things by mimicking their parents and are often keen at a young age […]

Garden of Eden Depicted in Ancient Greek Religious Art

If the early chapters of the Book of Genesis present a true account of human origins, then ancient secular human history must connect in significant ways to that account. In fact, ancient Greek religious art connects in very significant ways with Genesis. While Genesis describes the early events and people in humanity’s past, the Greeks […]

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Inspiring Woman Growing a Huge Amount of Food in Her City Permaculture Garden

Happen Films 352K subscribers The Plummery is a suburban home where a tiny urban permaculture garden measuring only 100sq/m (1076 sq feet) produces over 400kg/900 pounds of food year-round. Kat Lavers describes her approach to gardening, including vertical and biointensive growing, and how important it is – and possible! – for city dwellers to be […]

How to collect rainwater for plants and garden as the summers get hotter and dryer

How to collect rainwater DIY Collection of rain water at your hobby farm can be done in many ways. Most setups collect water from the roof of a house, garage or small building using the rain gutter diverting the water into holding tanks. Once the water is collected in a storage container the water can […]

Grow Your Own Food with Tips from A School Garden Teacher

The coronavirus pandemic has inspired a lot of people to explore self-sufficiency in the form of scratch cooking and growing their own food. But for many first time gardeners, growing your own food is an intimidating task that brings up lots of questions: what to grow, where to grow it and, well, how not to […]

Shindy’S 2021 Urban Container Garden

Cooking with Shindy Growing an entirely container garden on a 22 ft * 22 ft concrete patch in Brooklyn, cultivates patience and gratitude right alongside your produce. I started this blog during the early stages of the COVID 19 pandemic in 2020. My experience in 2021 compared to 2020 can be described by the financial […]

Things to do in the garden right now (Wally Richards)

GARDENING TASKS Now that we are halfway through Spring and quickly heading towards the first month of Summer (December) there is a fair bit to do in our gardens so lets run a check list in case some things are missed. It will depend on what you have in your gardens as to whether any […]

Egyptian Sphinx Statues Found In English Garden Fetch £200,000

A pair of 5,000-year-old Egyptian sphinx statues have sold for just under £200,000 ($270000) at auction. The owner was “shocked” having paid only £300 ($407) for the “garden ornaments”. Sphinxes are mythical creatures from the Ancient Egyptian religious imaginarium. Illustrated in arts with the head of a human, falcon, cat or a sheep, sphinxes all […]

5 Fruit Trees that are too EASY to GROW in the Home Garden

WATCH AT THE LINK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_FUwWtxVz8 Self Sufficient Me 1.39M subscribers In this video , I give you my 5 top fruit trees that are too easy to grow in the home garden! Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/selfsufficientme Help support the Channel and buy a T-shirt/Merchandise from our Spreadshirt shop: https://goo.gl/ygrXwU or Teespring (below the video). […]

Why You Should Add Swiss Chard to Your Garden

By GreenMedInfo Research Group Providing an abundance of fiber, essential minerals and nutrients, Swiss chard has noteworthy benefits that rival those of its more popular peers in the world of leafy greens Swiss chard may not be the most popular leafy green out there, but it is just as nutritionally promising if you’re looking for […]

Adam And Eve Kicked Out Of Garden Of Eden For Having Only Two Genders

EDEN—Eden’s population took a sharp decline — down to zero — as the two residents, Adam and Eve, were kicked out of paradise for their intolerant views on gender. “Get out of here and take your MAGA hats with you!” yelled a cherubim at them as he set a flaming sword at the edge of […]

Oregano, a must have in the garden…and in the medicine cabinet

Ah oregano. No self respecting pizzeria is without a shaker full of it nearby. But the proverbial pizza topper has far more uses than spicing up one of America’s favorite foods. From curing athlete’s foot to helping fight cancer, Oregano has unsung medical properties and growing it in your garden or right there on your […]

ACH (1506) Paul English – The Limeys #21 – Garden Shedding

EURO FOLK RADIO ACH (1506) Paul English – The Limeys #21 – Garden Shedding Play Episode Pause Episode Mute/Unmute Episode Rewind 10 Seconds 1x Fast Forward 30 seconds Subscribe Share In today’s show originally broadcast on May 3 2021, Andy presents “The Limeys” with his co-host Paul English for a show entitled, “Garden Shedding.” We […]

Rising Garden Film Festival reaches wider audience virtually amidst pandemic

When the fourth segment of the Rising Garden Film Festival, hosted by Sangat feminist network and the Kriti Film Club, as part of the One Billion Rising South Asia’s 2021 campaign, comes to an end on Monday, the filmmakers, organisers and viewers together say that the film fiesta became a global phenomenon, amidst pandemic. Gamze Ineceli, an […]

Thousands tiptoe through tulips in test at Dutch flower garden

After bleak winter months of a coronavirus lockdown, springtime shoots of hope emerged as restrictions were relaxed at a Dutch flower garden and other public venues. Under a government-approved pilot scheme, the world-famous Keukenhof garden opened its gates to let a few thousand people tiptoe through the 7 million tulips, hyacinths, daffodils and myriad other […]

كيف نفهم أخبار محاولة الانقلاب في الاردن؟ الحديقة التوراتية الخلفية لإسرائيل How do we understand the news of the coup attempt in Jordan? Israel’s Biblical Back Garden

**Please scroll down for the English Machine translation ** كتب نارام سرجون من يعرف تكوين النظام الاردني لن يشغل نفسه بأخبار الانقلاب الملكي في الاردن.. فالأردن نظام يستحيل فيه قيام انقلاب من داخل القصر او خارجه لأن كل ما في القصر مضبوط الحركة ومراقب بالمخابرات البريطانية والصهيونية.. منذ ان نشأ هذا الكيان الوظيفي كان معلوما انه غير […]

Growing potatoes in your garden

Despite today’s trend of linking the potato to junk food (think French Fries or chips!) the first vegetable that I am planting early spring in my garden are potatoes! In fact, potatoes are not only a beloved comfort food, they are also considered to be healthy and help with weight loss. Originally from South America, […]

Pensioner Finds 800-Year-Old Bishop’s Palace in His Back Garden

An 81-year-old retired banker’s construction plans have been halted by the discovery of a lost bishop’s palace in Wiveliscombe, Somerset, England. While archaeologists have called the Medieval ruins a “significant find”, the surprise has been both exciting and unfortunate for the man. BBC News reports that the ruins of the bishop’s palace – a Medieval […]

Princess Zeb-un-Nisa: Rebel Sufi Poetess and her Gilded Garden Prison

Sitting alone in her quiet gardens, reciting verses of poetry and waiting for the end to come. This is how Princess Zeb-un-Nisa spent the final years of her life. Zeb-un-Nisa means “jewel among women,” and she truly deserved that title. Zeb-un-Nisa was a gem in the Mughal harem, she was an extremely intelligent and bright […]

US approves of expansion of Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary in Gulf of Mexico

Image Credit: ECO Magazine The United States government approved the expansion of the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary making the Gulf of Mexico’s coral sanctuary 200 percent larger. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the expansion of the boundaries will protect “important habitat for vulnerable species such as mobula rays, sea turtles, […]

Magnificent Elizabethan-era Garden Unearthed At Coleshill Manor

Archaeologists performing exploratory excavations for the HS2 high-speed rail project in Coleshill, Warwickshire have unearthed the foundations of a spectacular  Elizabethan-era ornamental garden  at the Coleshill Manor site. Measuring approximately 1,000 feet (300 meters) long at its farthest extension, the garden was found adjacent to the remains of 16 th-century Coleshill Manor, which was discovered […]

The 244 Americans Donald Trump Wants Honored in the National Garden of Heroes

President Donald Trump issued an Executive Order on Monday detailing the American heroes he wants featured in his proposed National Garden of Heroes. Trump announced the tribute site during his July 3, 2020, speech at Mount Rushmore, in which he asserted the importance of American historical figures at a time when leftist radicals were vandalizing […]

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