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7 Tips for cultivating cut flowers

Cultivating flowers

Having one outdoor space, whether it be a garden, large or small, or a terrace, is always a great blessing, especially for those who had a passion for plants and flowers. If you love flowers and want to also use them to adorn the rooms of the house or make great bouquet to give away at every opportunity excellent idea it is to cultivate species adapted to be severed.

Have in their garden some species of flowers ideal to be cut is a great way to save money in the purchase of expensive bouquets and to be able to bring into the home a little of nature.

The flowers are valuable allies in the design of home environments; the beauty of a bouquet colorful and fragrant can literally transform the atmosphere of a room, also the flowers are always appreciated gifts and can brighten our home and change our mood. Read more

5 Flower Plant For Small Aromatic Garden

Aromatic flower plant

Usually, we appreciate plants with our eyes because we admire their colors and shapes, but the aroma is something else, it may be invisible, but adds significantly to the pleasures of gardening dimension and with a little planning, plant they give your garden an extra dimension. Here are 5 aromatic plants perfect for a small space.

The plants smell always be a delight to the senses in general. Having even one of them, should be a rule to give your home a positive and magical vibration. The fragrance of the plants clean the environment and psyche are an antidote to sadness and an incentive for the soul.

Put them where you can enjoy its aroma when passing near them, it is the best you can give your private spaces. The smell in a garden is an integral experience, and in a small garden, can make the experience much richer. These are five examples of plants smell, but there are many more species to choose from. Read more

10 tips for ecofriendly gardening

Ecofriendly garden

Not everything that is green is really ecofriendly, often to speed up plant growth or repel insects we resort to extremely invasive methods that release harmful chemicals to the environment. By following these simple tips gardening ecofriendly your plants flourish doing without pesticides, chemical fertilizers and herbicides.

  1. Take away the pests of plants using natural methods

The ladybugs are great allies of ecofriendly gardening because they feed on plant pests, so you should not move them away but you can even buy on dedicated sites. Another natural method to ward off unpleasant creatures “eat plants” is to put 6 cloves of garlic in a quart of boiling water and leave the tea until it reaches room temperature, and then spray it on plants as a natural insecticide.

  1. Select the compost to fertilize

Each year the world produced 4.4 billion tons of organic waste, with all this compost available why buy chemical fertilizers? A good idea is also to produce your own compost specifically for the needs of plants. For example, the banana peels release potassium, the coffee grounds free nitrogen and magnesium and the shells of the eggs for football. Read more

How to decorate a garden

decorate a garden

How to decorate your garden? What items to choose? How to make welcoming outdoor spaces? 10 rules to follow and 100 ideas for furnishing perfectly the home garden with pictures and examples.

Have a nice garden, cared for and decorated, though small in size, values of both their home and to decorate with style garden just very little.

In fact, once you have chosen the style, you must purchase the furnishings needed to host family and friends in a cozy atmosphere and at the same time functional. Read more

Summer is the time to water in the garden


In the dry season, watering is essential if you want plants and lawns are kept green and beautiful. The garden manual watering can occupy a lot of time. Fortunately, there are intelligent solutions that deal watering, without you having to lift a finger.

Summer is coming and people getting ready to relax in the garden, in the meadow … or simply to go on holiday for a break. Whatever you do, your garden needs moisture, water and nutrients to stay healthy. Water the garden using sprinklers requires effort and the results may not be homogeneous. Fortunately, today many solutions can take care of irrigation in your place. Read more

Gardening tips: 8 tragic mistakes to avoid!

Gardening tips

You have a garden large or a tiny balcony, if you have decided to take matters in hand and give to gardening is not much difference: there is a good chance that you are about to commit one of these 8 very common mistakes!

1- Wrong jar!

Each flower, plant or vegetable takes a specific vessel: the plants that require drained soil will need pots with holes in the base. Plants that love moist soil can have a plastic pot, but they may not have the minimum water stagnation boater clay pots. In short, for every plant, you have decided to plant in pots, but what are the vessels that help plants to grow well. Dates importance not only to the material of the vessel, but also to its shape! Read more

How to plant begonias

plant begonias

The Begonia is a hybrid plant of several species of America. It belongs to the family of Begoniáceas. It is multiplied by tubers. Its height varies between 20 and 25 cms. Its flowers can be of different colors depending on the variety of Begonia and are immensely beautiful.

Date advisable culture: The Begonias are recommended planting from the end of December to April.

As plant Begonia tubers: The sow at a distance between them of 15 cm and a depth of 5 cm. Read more

How to plant gladiolus

plant gladiolus

The gladiolus, whose scientific name is ssp Gladiolus, belongs to the family of the Iridaceae and is a bulbous perennial plant. Its origin is in Europe, Asia and tropical Africa. Its cultivation is very simple and beautifully decorate our gardens.

Date recommended for cultivation. The gladiolus is advisable to plant from January to June because it is a spring bulb.

How to plant gladiolus bulbs. The bulbs the sow at a distance of 12 cm between them at a depth of 10 cms other.  Read more

How to plant roses

plant roses

When you’ve made a choice among the many varieties and colors of roses and you are about to plant your favorite rose bush, it is advisable to stop for a moment to think about the following points…

1) The roses grown in pots can be planted throughout the year as long as there is no frost.

2) In the case of roses grown outdoors, it is best planted in autumn. Then the soil is still warm and therefore still may form some rootlets. Only then the plant will have optimum growth the following spring.

3) Rosebushes like a sunny place, but some varieties will sometimes too hot in a location south. The Rambler roses, for example, are a good choice. ! Look at this when choosing!

4) Rosebushes like a warm and airy place where the wind can caress the leaves. This is not the same as a place windy or drafty, where lurk all sorts of diseases.

5) Climbers should not be planted too close to a wall, where most of the time the soil is too dry. A distance of about 30 cm. It is perfect. Read more

Planting Orchids – Care, Types and Tips

Planting Orchids

Orchids whose scientific name is Orchidaceae part of the family of monocots characterized by the complexity of their beautiful flowers. Whose beauty, complexity and diversity have come to astonish the world without any rival in the plant world. In this article, you will know some tips on how to plant and care orchids but first know a little about it.

Growing orchids comprise one of the largest families of flowering plants on earth, with more than 30,000 different species, and at least 200,000 others made up of hybrids. This plant is very common to see different parts of the world because it’s amazing diversity allows it to adapt to different environments.

Features growing orchids

Quite unlike other plants and animals, plants are capable of producing orchid hybrids between species, and not only that as it may do so with related genres. Which is why today there are an overwhelming number of hybrids?


Almost all orchid plants come to flower once a year, but if this is comfortable in your surroundings can do so more often. It is for this reason that if you want to buy them to decorate during a given season, the best option is to buy when you can see the flowers at the same time desired. Which usually they are maintained for a period of six to ten weeks.

Others point to consider about how to grow orchids is that this plant does not like being transplanted why will not bloom for at least one year after the transplant. So if possible, acquire orchid plants in pots rather than a bare root. Read more

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