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Choosing the Right Garden Fencing for Your Yard

Garden fencing comes in all shapes and sizes. The type that is right for you will depend on a variety of factors, including your own personal tastes. Here are a few of the different types to help you make your decision.Picket Fences -- These are wooden fences that provide a classic, historic design around your home. The typical picket fence is painted white and made up of "pickets" that are evenly spaced (anywhere from an inch to several inches). The standard style uses a single piece of straight wood for each picket, all the same size. Other styles include different sized and shaped pickets that can create a unique design.The Plymouth style is a perfect example of a picket fence using different sized pickets that appear to rise and fall, creating a wave-like structure.Trellis -- If you would like a fence that provides an open feel, then the trellis is a good choice. Trellises criss-cross, often creating square or diamond shapes that can be seen through. But if you prefer your privacy, simply choose a design ...


Tips In Making An Organic Tomato Garden

Because of its vitamin A content and its versatility in the kitchen, tomatoes are favored by many people. Having one in the backyard garden where you can easily have what you need in the kitchen and be assured it is free from harmful fertilizers and pesticides is now a trend. The following ideas will show you how to make an organic tomato garden.First, have a compost area or a bin where you can make your own compost. From the kitchen waste, paper products, and garden waste compost can be produced. This helps in "fattening" or fertilizing your soil. Your compost must have some nitrogen and carbon rich ingredients. Some of the "greens" rich in nitrogen are urine mixed with water (20:1),grass cuttings, nettles, comfrey leaves, raw vegetable peeling, used tea bags and leaves, used ground coffee, and manure of herbivores and chicken. It's not recommended to use bat guano and urea in your organic garden.For carbon rich ingredients, include wood sawing, sawdust, paper products and cardboards, and beddings from veget...


Buying Garden Seeds

Some people think that all garden seeds are alike and that how you store and use them is not really important. However, if you want to be a truly successful gardener you have to pay attention to the quality of the garden seeds you buy, how you store them and how and when you use them. All of the top nurseries and gardeners pay particular attention to where they buy their garden seeds from and how they take care of them.The number one rule when buying garden seeds is to buy good quality seeds. You can, if you want, buy unbranded seeds from your local supermarket to try, but if you are going to be reliant on a crop you really should buy branded seeds from a reputable garden centre or seed seller.Only buy varieties of garden seeds that are designed to do well in your soil conditions and climate. There is no point in buying seeds designed to do well in arid conditions and planting them in a rainy area of Scotland. Some will grow, but most will not.Storing Garden SeedsOnce you have brought your seed, check the bac...


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