A beautiful garden is a place to marvel at nature, relax the mind, and entertain with family and friends. It’s a chance to show off all the hard work you’ve done, choosing just the right plants and creating the perfect arrangement to display them. But what if you’re looking to add a little something extra to your garden? Where do you turn? One of the best, most eco-friendly ways you can do that is by adding a solar fountain to your garden. Here are some things to consider when purchasing one.
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August 25th, 2011 1 Comment
February 11th, 2010 2 Comments
Following on from my previous blog on the Garden Press event – it was good to see a number of nurseries and plant suppliers present, many of whom were showing new plants and seeds. This was great from an attendees perspective as I have come home laden with goodies to try out! Again sorry if [...]
March 1st, 2009 1 Comment
Growing your own vegetables is both exciting and rewarding – not to mention the cost benefits and environmental impact. Today I made that experience even more special. Involving the family in growing their own vegetables has some great and often unexpected results. The enthusiasm of reading the packet, discovering that one packet contains a humungus [...]
February 3rd, 2009 No Comments
Grow your Own Vegetables TIP 1 With vegetable seeds typically being sold in packs of hundreds of seeds, why not get together with your friends or family to share your seeds (and the costs!). You could even have a competition to see who can grow the biggest crop. Take a pack of Lollo Rossa seeds: [...]