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26. Microbial Fertilizer Improve the Soil Nutrients and Crop Growth
April 16, 2020


A microbial fertilizer, a product that uses the life activity of microorganisms to give crops a specific fertilizer effect, is a type of fertilizer in agricultural production. Microbial fertilizers play an important role in agriculture, not only in improving the availability of soil nutrients but also in promoting crop growth, disease resistance and resilience. The function of microbial fertilizers After microbial fertilizers are applied to the soil, a “coexistence and co-prosperity effect between bacteria and crops”, “nutrient coordination effect”, “biological nitrogen fixat... (read more)

Author: Darren Chan

27. Building a Zen Miniature Garden
April 14, 2020


Shhh. Do you hear that? It is the sound of complete silence. There are no worries to be had, no anxieties to consider, and no tasks to accomplish. The world is a peaceful place to be. Most of us do not live our day-to-day lives in a state of calm and quiet. Some days, moments of “Zen” might feel rare indeed! But one thing is for sure—if you want to develop a calm mind and centered life, there are proactive steps you can take. One of my favorite ways to promote peace, quiet, and contemplation in my own life is to spend some time with a Zen garden. These miniature container gardens can even... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

28. Bio pest control metarhizium anisopliae uses in agriculture
April 09, 2020


Bio Insecticides Metarhizium Anisopliae is an entomopathogenic fungus that infects insects that come in contact with it. Once the fungus spores attach to the surface of the insect, germinate and begin to grow, they then penetrate the exoskeleton of the insect and grow very rapidly inside the insect, causing the insect to die. Other insects that come in contact with infected insects also become infected with the fungus. Mode of Action Metarhizium Anisopliae Products are pathogenic fungus to pests. The conidia of metarhizium anisopliae are easily attached to the internodes of the ho... (read more)

Author: Darren Chan

29. Bringing the Fairy Garden Fun Indoors
March 30, 2020


When you hear the words “fairy garden” and “miniature garden,” what do you picture? Does the image in your head include rays of warm sunlight, a clear blue sky, Visiting the Farmhouseand a gentle breeze? Outdoor fairy gardens are a little slice of paradise. But not every gardener lives in a warm, mild environment where garden fun can be had all year long. In fact, plenty of would-be gardeners live in apartment buildings, dorm rooms, or condominiums where access to outdoor space is extremely limited. In the absence of garden beds, trees, and shrubs, what’s a passionate gardener to do? Luck... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

30. Cluck! Taking a Look at Hens and Chicks
March 26, 2020


When you see the phrase “hens and chicks,” do you think of plump birds pecking around the barnyard? You might be right, but in the miniature gardening world, those words have an entirely different meaning. “Hens and chicks” is the common name for a group of succulent plants. The plants in the group have varying colors, textures, and forms, but they share two things. Almost all have a rosette shape. And hens and chicks plants also propagate regularly, producing numerous “babies” from the “mother” plant. After a year or more, you may notice that the mother plant flowers dramatically. After ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

31. Falling in Love With Hoya kerrii
March 25, 2020


February may be the shortest month, but it is full of love. Whether you celebrate with a significant other, your family, or your friends, Valentine’s Day is a welcome reminder of love, kindness, and friendship. If you are still looking for a Valentine’s Day gift that is just right, you can stop the search. Hoya kerrii is a one-of-a-kind plant that makes a wonderful gift for February, birthdays, anniversaries, proposals, and other celebrations. Add it to a fairy garden or give it a home on your desk. Once you try your hand at growing it, you will surely fall in love with this variety. Ho... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

32. Hazel (Corylus avellana)
March 07, 2020


You could say that the Hazel (Corylus avellana) is more like a shrub than a tree. A shrub is a woody plant that is actually a bit smaller than a tree. Perhaps the main difference between the two is that shrubs have a number of stems growing from ground level as opposed to one trunk like what you get with trees. But don’t be misled with shrubs being smaller than trees because they vary in size and some like the common Hazel can be quite large so that it is called a tree. The Hazel can grow into a tree with a single stem, but when wildlife nibbles away at it , it develops and shapes into... (read more)

Author: conner John

33. How to Care for String of Pearls
March 05, 2020


We have finally reached February. Out of the January doldrums comes a fresh, short month that is dedicated to love. What could be better? If you are still on the hunt for the perfect romantic gift for a loved one, String of Pearls or Senecio rowleyanus should be at the top of your list. Shaped like elegant jewelry, this plant has a delicate look, but it is surprisingly easy to care for in the miniature garden or in a container. With just a few pointers, you can help your String of Pearls plant thrive. String of pearls is an ornamental succulent. It features small green “bubbles” along a s... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

34. Make Way for Mushrooms!
February 27, 2020


The miniature garden is a place for whimsy, folly, and fun. While a gardener takes his or her hobby seriously, the fairy garden itself can be full of little surprises, sweet moments, and fantastical details. One oft-overlooked but simply magical part of any fairy garden or miniature garden is the mushroom. Brightly colored toadstools instantly transform any environment from traditional to whimsical. They are also an easy way to add bright colors, like red and orange, to fairy gardens that are dominated by green and brown. Just imagine the possibilities! After a day of flying and playing, ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

35. Snowing and Glowing in the Fairy Garden
February 25, 2020


The wind blows. The windows rattle. Snowflakes flurry through the air while icicles hang from the trees. Indoors, gardeners and their families seek refuge from the cold. In wintertime, the bright lights of home offer a warm and welcome respite from the snowy weather. In the fairy garden, the glow of a fairy house can do the exact same thing. The fairies and gnomes try to stay cheerful in the winter months. They bake sweet and spicy cookies. They go sledding up and down the small hills. They even make “snow fairies” in the snowbanks! But when it is time to come in from the cold, they love ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

36. Dora Immune Plant Elicitor Harpin Protein Product
February 04, 2020


Dora Agri is the professional supplier and exporter of Harpin Protein based products (plant elicitor of disease resistance) for sale with five years of export experience. Our primary market is Central & South America, and Western Europe cooperated with powerful distributors. Dora Immune is our exclusive Harpin Protein based plant health regulators. This product contains Harpin and other natural organic matters. Usually, it acted as a plant health promoter activates a plant’s immune system, which triggers growth and defence genes. When Dora Immune contacts with plants’ receptors on ... (read more)

Author: Darren Chan

37. A White and Green Miniature Garden
February 04, 2020


Fairy gardens are full of colors. From the vibrant flower petals to the creative use of color on miniature accessories, a miniature garden can be like a rainbow, bringing life to a backyard, patio, porch, or container. Some gardeners carefully plan their fairy gardens to fit certain themes, such as Beach or Wild West. Others prefer them to grow organically, or even use their DIY skills to create magical, mystical miniature gardens. No matter how you like to design and grow your fairy garden, one important element that all gardeners should consider is color. Color options run the gamut fro... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

38. The Latest Miniature Gardening Trends for 2020
February 04, 2020


Can you believe it is already December again? Everywhere you look, you can find end-of-year wrap-ups, “best of” lists, and slideshows commemorating the most memorable events of 2019. The year came and went in a flash. No doubt, yours was filled with a mix of highs and lows, and peppered with adventures in the miniature garden. Did you try out any new plants? Add some new fairies or pixies? Perhaps you completely re-themed your raised beds or made a container garden for the first time. No matter what you accomplished in 2019, there is plenty to look forward to in the coming year. As garden... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

39. Last Minute Gift Ideas for Your Miniature Gardening Friends
January 06, 2020


Are you ready for the holidays? Are your presents wrapped and settled under the tree? Is the tree decorated? Wait—do you have the tree yet? Did you remember to flip the calendar over to “December”? If you are still getting in the swing of the season, have no fear. There is still time to shop for all of your miniature gardening friends and family members! Friends who love to garden will never tease you about a late gift, anyway. They know that the best and most beautiful things in life take time. If you are ready to dive into gift shopping, but do not know where to start, we can help! Take... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

40. What Are Bottle Brush Miniature Trees?
January 03, 2020


The bells are jingling and the elves are hard at work…it must be the holidays! As we step deeper into the season, it is time to add some wintry whimsy and fun to your home and miniature garden. We usually focus on live miniature plants and the miniature accessories that bring out the best in flowers, trees, ground cover plants, and shrubs, but today I would like to shed some light on a holiday favorite: bottle brush miniature trees. These faux trees get their name from a kitchen tool, the bottle brush. Of course, they are not really made out of bottle brushes. These durable faux miniature... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

41. Festive Tips for Decorating a Miniature Tree
January 02, 2020


The holiday season is one of the most magical times of the year. The temperature drops, the music on the radio changes, and everything is imbued with the Christmas spirit. There are relatives to visit, cozy scarves to wear, and gifts to exchange. Sure, it can be a little overwhelming at times, but gardeners know that winter is also the off-season in terms of weeding, watering, planting, and otherwise tending to outdoor gardens. For dedicated outdoor gardeners, winter signals a time to rest, reset, and enjoy time inside with friends and family. Of course, gardeners also know that it can be... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

42. Advantages of Organic Seaweed Fertilizer
December 30, 2019


What is Seaweed Fertilizer Seaweed fertilizer is an organic fertilizer produced by accurate processing of marine plant seaweed as the primary raw material. The main component is the natural organic active material extracted from kelp. What is seaweed fertilizer Most seaweed can grow to lengths of over 50 meters. Trace elements found in organic seaweed fertilizers include magnesium, potassium, zinc, iron and nitrogen—all of which are beneficial to plants. Seaweed fertilizer for sale Mechanism Seaweed fertilizer has a comprehensive regulation effect on the “crop-soil-fertil... (read more)

Author: Darren Chan

43. Farmhouse Décor in the Miniature Garden
November 27, 2019


When you think of the term “farmhouse,” what comes to mind? Maybe your memory races back to time spent on the farm as a child, running up the porch steps and into a big, airy home filled with light and love. Or perhaps you picture the rustic furniture, the well-worn rugs on wooden floors, and meals served around a long table. There is no wrong way to conceive of a farmhouse, and when it comes to farmhouse style, ideas and applications run the gamut. In general, farmhouse style usually includes a few of the following attributes: -Cozy, relaxing, and warm -Wood, steel, and other sturd... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

44. Inspirations for Holiday Miniature Gardening
November 21, 2019


That extra-special season is just around the corner. The days are getting shorter and the temperatures are dropping. Before we know it, it will be the holidays again! If you are like me, you might look forward to the holidays with a healthy mix of excitement and trepidation. You want the events to go well, the family members to get along, and the schedule to run smoothly. If you are a gardener, you probably also want the decorations and plants to look merry and bright. Preparing the fairy garden can be one of the most enjoyable parts of the holiday “getting ready” time. Have you made plan... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

45. Making Teacup Gardens with Children
November 15, 2019


Take a peek into the fairy garden this afternoon, and you might notice that it is tea time! The garden fairies love to get out their tea sets, pour some tea (or juice for those who have not quite grown to love tea), bake some cookies, and have an old-fashioned tea party. Tea time is a treat for fairies, gnomes, children, and miniature garden friends of all ages, especially if there are cookies, scones, or other delicious sweets involved. Searching for another way to celebrate tea in the fairy garden? Instead of filling miniature teacups with tea, consider filling them with fairy gardens. ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

46. Pumpkins Galore in the Fairy Garden
October 24, 2019


What a beautiful fall afternoon! A gentle breeze is blowing. The sky is blue and the sun is shining. Outside, the fairies are wearing cozy sweaters and clutching cups of pumpkin coffee as they fly between red and orange leaves. Wait a second—fairies? Correct! Today we are visiting the fairy garden and taking a stroll to see all the latest “gourd-geous” autumn trends. Aside from fall-flavored lattes and lots of layers, there are plenty of delights in the miniature garden. Join us! As the leaves crunch under our delicate fairy boots, we make our way towards the Fairy Garden Pumpkin Patch, a... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

47. Spooktacular Miniature Garden Halloween
October 22, 2019


Trick…or treat? It is that time of year again. The costumes come out, the bags of candy hit store shelves, and everyone gets excited for some spooky, silly fun. Do you have plans for a Halloween-themed miniature garden? Autumn is an especially apt time to freshen up your garden beds and even create some new fairy gardens. Read on for tips, tricks, and treats for building the spooktacular miniature garden you have been dreaming about. Garden Ghosts and Other Friends One quick and easy way to add some Halloween spirit (or spirits) to your miniature garden is to make room for new gard... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

48. Beauveria Bassiana Poducts Bed Bugs Control
October 15, 2019


Beauveria Bassiana fungus is a fungus that grows naturally in soils around the world. Acting as a parasite on various arthropod species, causing white muscardine disease; It widely used as a sprayed biological insecticide to control a great many pests such as bed bugs, termites, thrips, whiteflies, aphids, and different beetles. Once Beauveria Bassiana infects the host insects, the fungus grows fast inside of the insect’s body. Feeding on the nutrients present in the host’s body and producing toxins continuously. (read more)

Author: Darren Chan

49. Helpful Tips for Designing a Shingletown Fairy Garden
September 30, 2019


“Bonk!” Did you hear that? It is the sound of an acorn on the fairy house rooftop. In the fall, acorns drop from the trees and roll down the shingled roofs, making the most satisfying little noises. It is almost as if teeny-tiny fairies are tap-dancing up there. Could it be? Maybe! Okay, okay, so there may not be acorns raining down on the miniature garden, but a shingled rooftop on a fairy house can create an entire world of sights, sounds, and style. The Shingletown Miniature Houses have an entirely unique look. Instead of thatched roofs, stones, or other popular styles, these fairy hou... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

50. Good Quality 98%TC NAA 1-Naphthylacetic Acid Supplier
September 27, 2019


Dora Agri-Tech is one of the biggest 1-Naphthylacetic Acid suppliers, we exported to South America and Western Europe for many years about 30mt per year. Due to the stable quality and competitive price. best lawn fertilizer 1-Naphthylacetic acid is a broad-spectrum auxin plant growth hormones, which can enter the plant body through plant leaves and reach vigorous growth parts together with the nutritions conduction. NAA can promote root differen... (read more)

Author: Darren Chan



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