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Inhabitots on JustMommies: Celebrate Spring by Gardening With Your Kids

By Inhabitots

Yesterday was the official first day of spring! Celebrate the blooming season by planting a garden with your kids. » Read more

Tomato Container Gardens

By Mary Hanna

Tomato container gardens are an alternative to a traditional tomato garden. Tomatoes are one of the most popular vegetables, well in this case fruits, of people around the world. They can be used in so many ways, in a salad or to make a sauce for pasta and a myriad of other ways in your culinary pursuits. » Read more

How to Make Stepping Stones

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How to Choose the Right Bulbs for Your Spring Flower Garden

by Linda Jenkinson Choosing the right bulbs involves more than just selecting colors and cultivars. Timing, bulb size, and most importantly, bulb health are equally significant factors in designing your spring garden Before purchasing any bulbs, know the differences in bulb types. Along with true bulbs, several types of flowers, sold as bulbs, grow from the underground stem growth of rhizomes, tubers, and corms. » Read more

How To Build An Outdoor Waterfall

by Anne Clarke The beautiful ambiance of an outdoor waterfall is virtually always a refreshing experience for both the mind and spirit. As a matter of fact, elegant and elaborate waterfalls have been around throughout history as outdoor décor for nobility and other important figures in the past. When you install a beautiful waterfall in your own garden, it will be the very best home project you ever take on » Read more

Gardenscape on a Shoestring

By Sara Noel, FrugalVillage.com

Many of us flip through garden magazines, all the while thinking that it takes years, a professional, or tons of money to landscape the gardens featured in the glossy pictures. This isn’t necessarily true. You can design a breathtaking garden and be the envy of the neighborhood by following some of the following tips. » Read more

Five Guidelines For Composting

by K. Finch Compost is what is left over when organic matter decomposes. Organic matter can be things like vegetable scraps, leaves, mowed grass and any other garden waste. This material will decompose without any assistance at all, though you can help it along and enjoy the benefits of compost faster if you wish. » Read more

Country Crafts - Patio/Garden Stones

by Catherine Pulsifer Stress Less Country - a lifestyle change Patio/Garden stones is a great project to do with children. Plus, the stones make great additions to your yard or your garden. They are very simple to make, and you can decorate as you please. First buy a bag of cement mix (usually costs around $5.00). » Read more

Butterfly Gardening

by Jane Lake www.allfreecrafts.com Butterfly gardening is not only a joy; it is one way that you can help restore declining butterfly populations. Simply by adding a few new plants to your backyard, you may attract up to 50 different butterflies, according to the University of Guelph. » Read more