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276. Common Osier Tree History and Facts
August 23, 2014


Common osier, also known as willow and (Salix viminalis), is a deciduous tree and is native to the United Kingdom, Europe and parts of Western Asia. The common osier is commonly found in damp and wet conditions, ideally near streams and rivers. This species of willow grows very fast and was regularly cultivated for many years for its bendy shoots. The shoots were then used to make things like sculptures and woven baskets, along with similar products. Osier Tree Identification A full grown tree will reach a high of 7m. It has brown to grey bark and has many vertical fissures runn... (read more)

Author: conner John

277. Water Feature Tips for Gardens
August 12, 2014


The perfect “nightcap” to your summer garden might not be what you imagine. As you move into the autumn, it’s important to stay on top of deadheading, collect those ripe (and over-ripened) fruits and veggies, and maybe engage in some soil treatment or early mulching to prep for the cold weather. However, it’s also the perfect time to consider adding a water featureadding a water feature to your display—a fountain, pond or other accessory can help maximize your Zen at the end of the hot season. For many gardeners, the idea of a water feature sounds great, but the potential upkeep can be of... (read more)

Author: Jen Stott

278. What to do when you need dependable tree pruning services for your home or organization?
June 10, 2014


Most would consider tree pruning as arising from aesthetic concerns. A well pruned look not only beautifies but elevates the value of the property. After all, appearances matter so much in the transparent world that surrounds us. Perhaps the tree has grown unsightly with twisted branches that need restoration. Overhanging branches over the building could carry an element of grave risk to employees. Low lying branches around the residence present a threat to children and pets. Pruning has greater advantages over the long term and may prevent wild growth with hanging branches that finally become... (read more)

Author: David Russel

279. Spring Season - Make Our Garden or Outdoor a Better Place
May 26, 2014


We live in the part of the world in which there are distinct seasons such as spring, summer, autumn and winter. Winter is a difficult season for plants as well as animals; the number of hours of daylight is shorter so there is less sunlight, and without it green plants cannot photosynthesize and make their food. Cold temperatures of winter slow them down and stop their growth. Some plants especially perennial plants, survive through the winter in resting stages. Other plants don’t survive, they grow, reproduce and die at the end of summer and their seeds may survive through winter. A dream o... (read more)

Author: Math Twiz

280. Vegetable Plants: A Produce Department in Your Backyard
May 22, 2014


Have you ever been to the grocery store and been shocked by the prices in the produce department? When you begin using vegetable plants in your backyard, you can create your own produce department – saving you a considerable amount of money and allowing you to have the variety of vegetables that you desire. Best of all, you will never have to worry about the prices skyrocketing for having to shop sales in order to purchase fresh produce. You always hear about the importance of eating fresh vegetables. Canned vegetables contain a significant amount of preservatives and sodium. Frozen vegetable... (read more)

Author: Britton Connell

281. Why the pruning tips is vey essential to know before hiring a professional tree pruning services
April 16, 2014


Winter is the best time to prune trees gave the temperatures are not underneath the solidifying point. On the off chance that temperatures are excessively low, when you cut limbs and so on they will break as the icy makes the wood weak. Here are some tree pruning tips which are exceptionally successful. As a rule, in any case, winter is a great time for pruning since you can obviously see which plants need to be cut and which of them might be permitted to sit tight. An alternate reason is that throughout this time, plants are not extremely dynamic so it is simpler to take a shot at them. Tips... (read more)

Author: David Russel

282. How Commercial Landscaping Can Improve your Business
April 15, 2014


Aesthetics play into so many factors of our lives today and this is also true when running your own business. How your office space looks on the outside can influence your business as much as it does on the inside. Discover how it can reap a positive effect. People Appreciate Beauty Most business owners say that customer satisfaction is their number one priority. You want your customers to be happy with the service you provide them with regardless of the type of business you conduct. Part of their satisfaction indeed comes from the aesthetics of the exterior of your commercial space.... (read more)

Author: Jen Stott

283. How To Grow Kale Indoors
March 22, 2014


The popularity of kale has exploded in recent years and for good reason. Kale’s anti-oxidant qualities are thought to ward off against cancer and also lower cholesterol. Kale is loaded with vitamins A, C, and K. Beyond antioxidants, kale’s fiber binds bile acids and helps lower blood cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of heart disease, especially when eaten raw. You can make a kale smoothie, juice it, put it in a salad, or even bake it into chips, among other preparations. Though generally best grown outdoors in cold weather (kale tastes sweeter after a light frosting), it is... (read more)

Author: Martin Goldberg

284. Enjoy Your Garden With An Orangery
March 07, 2014


We may already be in the month of March but as we have seen, the weather has been really unpredictable. We have seen flash flooding, sunshine and now we are getting reports of snow over the forthcoming weeks. OK so you may be saying, “so what’s new here”. Were you aware that the hottest topic of conversation in the United Kingdom is the weather? It does not matter whether we are going to our local shop for a pint of milk and a paper, or for an appointment at the hairdressers; you will always be hearing a conversation going on about the current state of the weather. And that’s because our... (read more)

Author: Liam B

285. How Beautiful Can Your Outdoor Space Be?
March 04, 2014


How Beautiful Can Your Outdoor Space Be? The answer to the question of How Beautiful Can Your Outdoor Space Be is only constrained by your imagination. Putting aside your budget for a minute, think of how you would really love your garden to look. It doesn't matter how large or small your garden is, if you have any outdoor space there are many ways to utilise it so that you can get enjoyment from it for most of the year. Of course, if you are lucky enough to live somewhere with the right climate then there is no reason that you cannot be enjoying your garden all year round. You will... (read more)

Author: Kenneth Rough

286. The Many Benefits of Gardening
March 03, 2014


If you’re a gardener, no matter how green your thumb, you know there are many more benefits to gardening than a beautiful yard or adding some greening and blossoms indoors. You feel better with this task, more connected to nature and it’s nearly a meditative practice. However, it’s still nice to have those good feelings backed up with science. According to research published in Gardener’s World Magazine, those who garden are less likely to exhibit signs of unhappiness and depression. Undertaken in the UK, 1,500 adults were surveyed. It was revealed that gardeners were “more likely than th... (read more)

Author: Jen Stott

287. Now You Can Have Your Own Aquaponic Garden
February 01, 2014


In a world where everything is done on the run and increasingly more people complain about their lack of time, starting a new activity would feel like a way of social suicide (you will have less time to see your friends and your family). This is why many people are quite reluctant in giving their precious time away on new activities, especially if that new activity is gardening. What I want to propose to you is something simpler, which even though is a way of growing crops, has nothing else to do with gardening. It is called aquaponics and it is the simplest way to have fresh food on your... (read more)

Author: Melvin Noel

288. Attracting Daylight with Garden Glass Rooms
January 30, 2014


Attracting Daylight with Garden Glass Rooms Garden Glass Rooms Garden glass rooms add a contemporary touch to any home while adding to its overall appeal. But what is such a room? To some it may simply be a patio or porch with perhaps closed side walls. To others it is a living room or slightly detached room with an entirely glass wall or glass windows. But why bother with such a renovation to your home to begin with? To start with it increases the value of the house both financially and aesthetically. One has the advantage of having a unique space within their home that can be used f... (read more)

Author: Mathew Poulson

289. 5 Excellent Office Plants that Improve Air Quality
January 20, 2014


Whenever an interior designer wants to liven up a room, decorating with living things is one of the best ways to do it. Plants are typically the first decorative choices to accessorize an office because they bring a certain sense of vitality to an otherwise industrial look. However, what some interior designers may not realize is that desk plants are actually extremely healthy for office environments too! Cities are full of terrible pollutants that can take a toll on health, and plants provide beautiful air purifiers. If you're looking to liven up your office space, and feel a little healthier... (read more)

Author: Phil Swindle

290. Microlife Offers a Number of Ways to Nourish Your Plants
January 16, 2014


Plants need nourishment. You may have been out in the sunlight and you may be watering them as you are supposed to, but they may need a little help from time to time. If you are unsure of what to buy because you don’t want to use a lot of harsh chemicals on plants – especially plants where you will be obtaining fruits and vegetables, then consider using products from the MicroLife brand. MicroLife is known in the industry for being organic. It is a biological fertilizer that is produced specifically for the Gulf coast of Texas. It offers granule as well as liquid fertilizers to ensure tha... (read more)

Author: Britton Connell

291. 11 Garage Organization Ideas
January 15, 2014


Feeling overwhelmed by the piles of disorder in your garage? It may have begun by only placing a handful of items along side the wall, but now the clutter has become hazard and it is interfering with your enjoyment of the garage. The garage began like an empty cube. Only four empty walls with a floor and ceiling. It has plenty of room, yet the room provides zero shelves to put your stuff on. At this point it's time to determine what hook, racks, shelving, etc would be best to adorn this simple cube to enable you to move the items off the floor and get back to taking pleasure in your garag... (read more)

Author: Joseph Kraehenbuehl

292. Automate your Home with Electric Retractable Awnings
January 13, 2014


Automate Your Home With Electric Retractable Awnings Electric Retractable Awnings Awnings are good at providing porch shade on your deck or porch. They are also considered to lower your heat bill during the summer by reducing the sun’s contact with the outside of your home. Electric retractable awnings take the expediency step further. Apart from just providing shade, these awnings also retract. So you are capable of contrasting the level of sun that shines on your deck and home. You also have to choose between a manual version and a motorised awning that you are capable of extending yours... (read more)

Author: Mathew Poulson

293. Scilla Flowers for Spring
December 31, 2013


Scilla is a charming flower with personality to spare. Delicate Scilla come in a wide array of blues that will leave you spoiled for choice. There are not a ton of true blue flowers out there, but with scilla you can choose between a multitude of ocean, cornflower, skye, and violet blues. This gorgeous flower spreads gently over the years, and over time will create a beautiful and vivid sea of blue wherever you choose. Scilla are rich in color and are impossible to overlook. Choose from several gorgeous varieties, from the deep blue two-toned Scilla Peruviana (Peruvian Lily) to the delica... (read more)

Author: M Taylor

294. Keep Deer Away from your Garden
December 31, 2013


Deer are about the cutest critters you can find in the forest, but these adorable and graceful creatures can be quite pesky when they decide to snack on your flowers. Unfortunately, Bambi and his ilk often have a hankering for flowers (as well as your veggies). If you live in a wooded area where deer are present, then you might want to consider planting some flowers that are known to be deer resistant. At EasytoGrowBulbs, we sell several different flowers and herbs that hold little interest to deer, including Lilly-of-the-Valley, Coreopsis and Sage. Any of these flowers or plants can make... (read more)

Author: M Taylor

295. If you move you might not be able to take your flowers with you.
December 31, 2013


All of us gardeners tend to get into a gardening routine each year. We know what types of veggies, herbs and flowers we prefer to plant. Sure, we’ll experiment every once in a while with something new or exotic, but there are always favorites that make a reappearance each year. If you have recently moved out of state or have plans to move, make sure you take some time to consider your new environment from a gardening perspective. Every plant, including flowers, has an ideal growing environment. For example, certain flowers require a frost before they can grow and bloom. Other flowers stru... (read more)

Author: M Taylor

296. Winter Snowdrops Galanthus
December 31, 2013


Delicate and sweet snowdrops (also known as Galanthus) couldn’t be better named. Their petite blossoms resemble drops of snow and are the way many gardeners can tell that spring is just around the corner. They bloom in later winter to early spring, so depending on what region they are planted gardeners can extend the look of the snowy season a bit longer! Snowdrops are very early season bloomers and delightfully sweet looking. Thier creamy white cup-like petals hang upside down and are wonderfully detailed upon close examination. Some varietals (like the Snowdrop Sam Arnott) are delc... (read more)

Author: M Taylor

297. Foxtail Lilies
December 31, 2013


Foxtail Lilies are truly a unique sight to be seen. Their tall slender stems are dramatic and support thousands of delicate, tiny florets. These flower stalks can even grow as tall as 8 feet! They come in brilliant hues of yellow, orange, light pink and bright white. Foxtail Lilies (also known as Eremurus) long stalks make for lovely and long lasting cut flowers. They are a dramatic piece on their own and also complement other cut flowers nicely. Try mixing the bright orange Foxtail Lily Desert Candle with a creamy paperwhite for a dazzling centerpiece! These special lilies bloom in... (read more)

Author: M Taylor

298. Perfect Peonies
December 31, 2013


We never get tired of peonies, they are incredible and dramatic flowers! Peonies produce huge, lush flowers that are usually 6”-10” all the way across. They are deliciously fragrant with either rose or spicy scents, depending on variety. Peonies come in a wide array of striking colors from pale pastels to vivid tropical hues that scream for attention. Some are even two toned with double blossoms like the enchanting Peony Sorbet (pastel pink petals surround vanilla fluffy interior petals) and Peony Paula Fay (brilliant deep pink with buttercup yellow interior). Peonies make excellent ... (read more)

Author: M Taylor

299. Does Bulb Size Matter?
December 31, 2013


There are many ways to know if you are getting the best bulbs for your money. Sometimes you can tell if you are getting inferior bulbs from bulb appearance. The way it looks, feels (“hollow” bulbs are pretty much dead and won’t produce beautiful flowers, if any at all) and even smells. You can tell you a lot about the bulb you are buying and what kind of flowers it will bloom into. One thing we have been asked a thousand times is, “does the size of the bulb matter?” Yes, it sure does! It is really pretty simple; bigger bulbs produce bigger and more spectacular flowers. Have you seen the s... (read more)

Author: M Taylor

300. New Item: Tulip Green Star
December 31, 2013


Tulips are one of our best selling items every year. Tulips are well loved the world over and it is not difficult to see why, they are magical looking and easy to grow. This year we have a new tulip varietal that is sure to delight, the Tulip Green Star. This lovely new flower could not have been better named. This special variety boasts green and white striped flowers, not something usually found in the gardening world. The shape of the flower is quite unlike other standard tulip varieties and is somewhat in the shape of a star. These dazzling tulips are a sight to be seen and are sure t... (read more)

Author: M Taylor



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