Berries are great-tasting and refreshing fruits, and that is why we grow them - we know that, but also the birds know that too.
Birds can be very useful for every gardener, but when the berries start to ripen, birds can make plenty of damage, even destroy the entire harvest.
Bird repellent discs, tapes, rods, gels, and similar aids can help keep the harvest for ourselves.
Updated: April 30, 2021.
Strawberries are an easy-to-grow plant hardy to USDA plant hardiness zones 5 to 8, and if grown indoors, they can practically be grown everywhere, year long. If one having no backyard is wondering if they can grow this perennial in containers or grow bags, the good news is that they can do so, because strawberries actually do well in grow bags.
In fact, grow bags are an excellent option to grow various vegetables and fruits including strawberries because they save garden space by growing strawberries vertically and in a healthy way.
Published: April 12, 2021.
Growing roses and strawberries together in the home garden has many benefits: better area utilization, strawberries act as ground cover and bear fruits all season, soil patch looks very decorative.
Unfortunately, there are also some drawbacks to growing these plants together.
Published: March 31, 2021.
Green tomatoes can be stored green for a long time and ripen indoors easily. Such tomatoes are not as tasty as red tomatoes ripen on the plant in the garden, but they still taste much better than tomatoes found in supermarkets.
Published: March 19, 2021.
Replanting dormant roses is relatively easy, but it should be done carefully.
If done properly, the rose will soon start to grow and bloom even stronger, but if not, it can kill the plant.
Published: February 20, 2021.
Everyone has learned in school that plants prepare their own food by a process called photosynthesis in which sunlight, water, CO2 (Carbon Dioxide), and chlorophyll play an important part.
This means that along with water, fertilizers, and sunlight, plants need the right amount of CO2 in their surrounding environment for their healthy growth. But what if CO2 is not in adequate amount in the environment surrounding the plants?
Published: February 11, 2021.
Old wheelbarrows don't have to be always thrown into the junk. Plant flowers and small berries in a wheelbarrow and your old wheelbarrow will be brought back to life. One rule - the older the wheelbarrow, the better it looks! :)
Updated: February 9, 2021.
WORX WG322 Power Share is a lightweight and compact, cordless chainsaw powered by a 20V Max Power Share battery, shared by all other WORX 20V Power Share tools.
With its 10-inch blade and cordless design, WORX WG322 Power Share is suitable for cutting smaller branches and doing general 'cleaning' tasks in the garden and backyard.
Published: January 23, 2021.
Growing tomatoes is fun. The best part is that tomatoes can grow almost anywhere. If someone doesn’t have a yard and wish to grow tomatoes, they don’t have to be disappointed.
Although they can grow this lovely crop indoors in containers, a still better option is to use grow bags.
Published: January 16, 2021.
Snapper XD 82V MAX Cordless Electric 19" Push Lawn Mower is a large, durable and sturdy cordless push/walk-behind lawn mower, featuring 3-in-1 design and output power very close to corded and even gas lawn mowers.
Snapper XD 82V MAX Cordless Electric 19" Push Lawn Mower can be found as a lawn mower all-in-one kit which includes a lawn mower, two 82V 2.0 Ah Briggs&Stratton batteries, and one Briggs&Stratton rapid charger.
Published: January 13, 2021.
A small backyard garden can be an electronics-free zone, but with the introduction of many useful tools and gadgets which help and ease many daily tasks, one must know few things about rechargeable batteries often found in devices like solar outdoor lights, automatic watering systems, fountains, various other pumps, timers, etc.
Published: January 9, 2021.
Watermelons can be grown successfully in containers, flower pots, and grow bags if they are provided with key elements they require: warmth, plenty of sunshine, nutrients, moist, but well-aerated soil.
Updated: December 30, 2020.