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301. When to Prune a Tree Matters
April 16, 2015


Knowing when to prune a tree can improve the vegetative health of landscaping on your property. Trees require pruning for many reasons at key times during the year. Even if your property’s trees do not exhibit visible signs that pruning is necessary, such as dead branches or an insect infestation, pruning is a recommended practice that can prevent dangerous issues from appearing in the future. Reasons for Pruning Trees need pruning for a multitude of reasons, most of which are designed to optimize the tree’s health and proper growth. For instance, trees require pruning when the bran... (read more)

Author: Jen Stott

302. How Plants Can Liven Up Any Room
April 08, 2015


You have likely had a teacher, even in your early youth, who kept a small plant on their desk. Maybe one of your grandparents had a small tree in the corner of their living room. As droopy and sad (or even artificial) as these plants may have been, those people had the right idea. A plant can liven up any room of a home, school or office, adding a fresh, lively spruce to rooms full of lifeless furniture. It is fun to think of something other than the people in a room being a piece of breathing, growing life, and with a decorative plant, your room will feel more comfortable and elegant. Plant e... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

303. Products at a Garden Center
April 08, 2015


If you are looking for the best plants, flowers, or anything relating to a garden or nursery, search sites like www.amgardencenternj.com for all of your greenery needs and wants.  After a cold winter ends and the sun starts to shine, there's nothing better than dreaming about greenery. This is the time to begin creating an image in your mind of what you want your yard to look like and what types of items you will plant in it. You can easily visit a nursery or garden center to start stocking up and to get some fantastic ideas. Many garden centers have you covered and wi... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

304. How to get rid of foot calluses efficiently
April 01, 2015


Calluses are thick layers of hardened skin that form on our feet and hands due to repeated friction and irritation that disrupts the normal renewal cycle of the skin. The outer layer of our skin is in fact made of dead cells that protects the new cells and eventually falls off when newer cells are formed and so on. This renewal cycle is essential for a healthy skin, but sometimes dead skin does not fall off and the excessive accumulation leads to the formation of calluses. Although people can live with calluses their whole life, the condition can suddenly get worse; their skin can break and bl... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

305. Treatments of corns and calluses
April 01, 2015


Although many people experience corns and calluses, the vast majority of them have a hard time making the difference between them. They do, however, represent different medical conditions and corns are usually dead skin at the top and sides of the toes. Usually, they present a small plug of skin right in the center and there are several different types of them, such as hard corns, soft corns or seed corns. On the other hand, calluses are rough and hard areas of skin that do not develop only on feet, but also hands or anywhere else, as long as the area experiences repeated friction. Most corns... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

306. Summer Lawn Issues to Deal With
March 31, 2015


Homeowners who have lawns know how difficult it is to deal with lawns especially during the hot summer months. You want to learn some quick fixes so that no matter what stresses your lawn is facing, it can still be something you want to look at every time you step out of your house. Dull looking lawns If you are having an upcoming function and you want the lawn to live up to it, there are simple things you can do. Lawn service experts advice that you need to have a bag of urea which is a quick release synthetic fertilizer at hand. This can be used at any time even during mid summer... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

307. Spring is Tree-Trimming Season
March 23, 2015


Spring break is a great time to trim and prune your trees, since it is the time when branches are easiest to remove (no leaves to weigh them down). Particularly if your trees are still growing, pruning is critical for both strength and form. If a young tree receives proper pruning, it will require less corrective trimming as an “adult.” Of course, you can trim and prune year-round. However, if you can take care of this task before the big spring growth, you can maximize that growth and ensure wounds close faster. You need to know how each type of tree is prone to responding to cuts. If t... (read more)

Author: Jen Stott

308. SCOTS PINE TREE (Pinus Sylvestris)
February 13, 2015


SCOTS PINE TREE (Pinus Sylvestris) Scots Pine Tree - General Information The heavenly scented Scots pine is our only native pine tree, being one of only three conifers that are native to the United Kingdom, is an extremely tall evergreen able to reach heights of up to 130 feet and can live for well over two hundred years, with some recorded as having reached over seven hundred years of age. The Scots pine is a very adaptable tree, able to thrive in poor sandy or gravel soil and has been widely planted in parts of south and east England where the sandy soil has been of little us... (read more)

Author: conner John

309. HOW TO GROW PUMPKINS
December 17, 2014


Pumpkins are great fun to grow especially for children who love to see them turned into lanterns for Halloween. The flesh also makes a delicious pumpkin pie or soup. To ensure you have some pumpkins ready for next Halloween you can start sowing seeds indoors from April to June or directly outdoors from late May to early June once the ground has warmed up and all risk of frost has passed. Pumpkins like a fertile, well-drained soil and full sun, with direct sun for at least six hours per day and shelter from the wind. Before planting out be sure to have prepared the soil in advance by di... (read more)

Author: conner John

310. HOW TO GROW POTATOES
December 17, 2014


Potatoes are such a versatile vegetable and an everyday favourite so what could be better than the taste of freshly dug home grown potatoes. There are many varieties to choose from and cropping times will differ depending on whether you have chosen first early, second early or main crop. First earliest are generally ready in June and July and take less space to grow, second earliest are ready in July and August with main crop varieties being ready from August to October. If you are hoping to be able to store some of your potatoes then main crops are best for this although they do ... (read more)

Author: conner John

311. HOW TO GROW BRUSSELS SPROUTS
December 17, 2014


If you love Brussels sprouts you will find that home grown ones taste far better than those from the supermarkets, especially when harvested after a first frost. Brussels sprouts are particularly suited to our cool climate and provide lovely fresh vegetables throughout the winter months when not much else is available. Brussels sprouts like a firm, free draining, non-acidic and fertile soil and are suitable for growing in sun or partial shade but need a sheltered spot and protection from strong winds. Start preparing your site in the autumn or winter months before sowing by digging th... (read more)

Author: conner John

312. Expert Tips on Trimming, Pruning and Deadheading Plants
December 17, 2014


Trimming, pruning and deadheading is essential to your plants’ health, whether you have a veritable forest in your yard or just a few decorative shrubs. It’s best to rely on a reputable tree-trimming business, but that doesn’t give you those feel-good vibes of getting your hands dirty and working with the earth. If you prefer to DIY, the first thing you need to consider is the shape or “habit” of your shrubs and trees—they’re telling you how they want to be trimmed. Remember that when you snip tips, that stimulates growth. Shoots grow in an outward projection, so when tips are taken away,... (read more)

Author: Jen Stott

313. Investing Is Not a Worry When You Have Home Depot Coupons!
December 11, 2014


Home improvements can make or break the looks of your home. New furniture and an alter of wall paper adds magic to a dull searching area. Of program home improvement items are pricey, but with Home Depot coupons you don't have to worry at all. It has every point that is required for your home. Instruments, residence accessories, Furnishings, fixtures, pipes, lighting materials; everything needed to brighten up your home are with the store. Who pays the payments? The store coupons of course! The coupons assure you the prospect to do what you want and conserve cash from engaging in it. The seve... (read more)

Author: Kim Pham

314. How to Determine the Origin of Teak Wood
December 02, 2014


Many terms have come to light surrounding high quality teak. Two of these are “old growth” teak and “plantation” teak. Teak is a high quality hardwood which is grown in several countries in Southeast Asia. Being that from the time of planting to the time of harvest is fairly long, the return on teak trees can be a long time coming. In fact, some families in Indonesia plant teak as a retirement investment for their young children. Sometimes, there are companies which exploit the demand and try to pass off a lesser-quality teak (or other wood labeled as teak) to buyers looking for a goo... (read more)

Author: Rich Ahlgren

315. Three Reasons Your Backyard Needs a Bench
October 03, 2014


After sitting with my sweetheart all those many years ago in the shade of a large cottonwood tree on a rustic wooden bench, and receiving a diamond ring and a promise of a life together, I became sentimental about benches. Benches are the loveseat of the outdoors, and allow two (typically) or more people to engage in a more intimate conversation. Most of the time, when planning a park, etc. benches are employed rather than chairs mainly due to of the practicality of the bench vs. chairs. When designing your outdoor living space, does the bench have a place in it or should you stick with c... (read more)

Author: Rich Ahlgren

316. Different Types of Soil
September 11, 2014


There are different soil types and different species of plants have different requirements. Soil types vary in different areas and there is no much point in trying to alter it unless you are doing it on a commercial basis, for example a football club trying to get optimum soil type for the species of grass it is using. Once you have established the type of soil you have, there are lots of ways it can be improved. If your soil is in good condition then your plants will be to. If you wish to improve your soil, you must identify its characteristics, is it clay based, chalky or sandy? You can... (read more)

Author: conner John

317. How artificial bricks and barbeques can ease up the landscaping process
August 27, 2014


Barbeques have gained a lot of popularity as they are now available in the form of portable structures. They can be installed in less than one day and can also be shifted to another place without any hassles. They also offer a perfect contour to backyard environment. Barbeques made with bricks can surely add a lot of value proposition to your home. There are a number of people who prefer to build custom brick BBQ Long Islandin order to give more appeal to the pools area and backyard environment. Building a BBQ in the backyard can come handy if you host garden parties. There are a number of m... (read more)

Author: David Russel

318. Smooth Leaved Elm Tree History and Facts
August 25, 2014


Smooth leaved elm, also known as (Ulmus minor var. minor) can be found in parts of Europe and southern parts of England. We are unsure if this particular species is actually native to the United Kingdom. The Smooth leaved elm is closely tied to other native elms and seems to be getting stronger at fighting Dutch elm disease as it reproduces better from seed over other elms. Smooth Leaved Elm Identification: A mature smooth leaved elm will grow up to 30m tall. Its bark is often rigged with crossing patterns and is a brown to grey colour. The brown twigs are long and sometimes hav... (read more)

Author: conner John

319. Yew Tree History and Facts
August 24, 2014


Yew, also known as (Taxus baccata), is a native conifer to the United Kingdom, large parts of Europe as well as North Africa. It is evergreen, so it keeps its green leaves all year round and is one of the longest lived trees in the north of Europe. You will mostly find it growing to the south of England in the understory around beech woodland. It is most commonly seen as a hedge, planted around churchyard boundaries. Yew Tree Identification: Once fully mature, a yew tree will grow to about 20m tall. It has brown to red, peeling bark and can appear purple, when looked at from sid... (read more)

Author: conner John

320. Huntingdon Elm Tree History and Facts
August 23, 2014


Huntingdon elm, also known as (Ulmus x hollandica 'vegeta') is a hybrid cultivated from wych and smooth leaved elm. Because the tree is a hybrid it isn’t considered a native species and doesn’t have a natural range. It was grown in Huntingdon nursery during the 18th century. It has a tolerance to Dutch elm disease and remains a feature in parks and other places. What does Huntingdon elm look like? A mature tree will grow to about 30m tall and has grey bark with rigged, crossing, vertical fissures. The dark grey twigs are long and hairy. The leaves have serrated edges and ar... (read more)

Author: conner John

321. 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

322. 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

323. 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

324. 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

325. 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



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