Have A Lack Of Storage Space? Invest In Routine Lawn Care To Avoid Buying Equipment

Buying a home almost always requires you to make some compromises. In this case, you may have happily purchased your new home, but the unfortunate part is that you gave up ample storage space. This means you will have to come up with solutions to avoid running into any complications. For instance, you may have a yard that needs to be maintained, but not owning equipment will make it a tough task to handle. Read More 

Permaculture, Terracing, and Retaining Walls Turn Rocky, Hilly Land into Bountiful Gardens

All over the world, rocky hillsides are considered worthless for agriculture, and for conventional agriculture, that may be true. However, permaculture considers this type of land a resource. Using terracing with dry stone walls, your useless hillside becomes a beautiful garden. Permaculture Principles: Using What You Have The entire premise of permaculture is to work with what nature gives you. When faced with a steep slope on rocky land, the permaculturist sees terraces created with retaining walls built of the same rocks everyone else sees as a liability. Read More 

Bad Weeds Can Be Good Weeds In A Permaculture Garden: 3 Beneficial Weeds You Need To Consider Growing

In permaculture, weeds are not necessarily the enemy. In fact, many weeds have beneficial qualities that make them a valuable addition to your understory. Before you destroy all those weeds, educate yourself on why they are worth keeping.    Dandelion    Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) is often the bane of those who wish for perfect lawns, but in permaculture, they are one of the most prized plants. Dandelions accumulate potassium, silicon, potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, and copper, making their edible parts extremely nutritious and also medicinal. Read More 

Add a Dynamic Rock Garden to Your Yard

A rock garden can have different purposes in your yard. Naturally, it's there to look pretty. However, it also gives you the opportunity to install a garden that doesn't require much upkeep. Indeed, rock gardens were initially developed to mimic alpine slopes with their hardy, low-maintenance plants. However, it's also possible to channel the Mediterranean or a desert-scape in your garden. Install a rock garden that wows visitors with its colors, textures, and overall beauty. Read More 

About Starting a Plant Nursery from Home

Are you ready to jump into the business of selling plants that are grown in your backyard? If you don't know much about plants, you might need the assistance of a landscaper when you begin creating the nursery. Attempting to grow plants that are not right for your zone can lead to a financial disaster. You must also make sure the outside of your nursery will be appealing to customers. In this article, you will learn a few things that should be considered when you begin your home plant nursery. Read More