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1. 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

2. Low budget home construction tips
April 28, 2013

The first thing someone sees when they drive up to a house is the landscape so it’s nice to take some time to make the landscaping look nice. To cut down the cost just do one small section at a time and create a focal point. Add a bird feeder, a birdbath, or a lot of flowers surrounding a bench or a nice chair. Then as time goes on add a little more but that will always be the focus of the landscape. Making a patio design in the yard will also make the landscape look nice. The homeowner can buy the materials but have a masonry company come to design it and that will cut down on th... (read more)

Author: DVL Home Improvement

3. Tips on Adding a Water Feature
February 10, 2013

A water feature such as a pond, mini waterfall or fountain can dramatically enhance the overall look of your landscape or garden. The key is to find the right water feature that suits your landscape design or garden layout. Here are some tips. Assess your landscape design Take a look at the whole landscape and see what areas need some perking up. Try to picture the kind of water feature that will best suit the place. Will it be a small or grand fountain? Perhaps a stone birdbath will do. How about a mini waterfall? A Koi pond with a small bridge over it? Try to picture possibilities in y... (read more)

Author: Randolph Smith

4. Using Flowers For Your Landscaped Garden
February 10, 2013

Landscaping can be something simple; no need for advanced projects. For other people, it is a work of art and they have a lot of techniques and ideas that are advanced, used to create masterpieces. The tips in this article will be of benefit to you no matter what your plans may be, so read on.Take advantage of a small yard and make it beautiful. Use the space to create concentrated areas of interest. A stone garden bench or a birdbath surrounded by flowers and bushes is very attractive. If you put together a variety of different flowering plants, you can produce a garden where something is alw... (read more)

Author: Myles Brady

5. Bird Bath In Winter
November 12, 2012

Bird baths are incredibly beneficial to birds. The reason for this is that birds need to have clean skin and feathers in order to fly and keep away parasites. Birds can't easily clean their skin because of their feathers, and their feathers can become greasy over time if not washed. However keeping a birdbath in use when it comes to winter can be really difficult. There are things you can do in order to help the birds utilise the bird bath successfully. By having a bird bath in your garden you will also attract more birds to it than you would with a feeder. Sometimes birds will take the ini... (read more)

Author: Marcus Finch

6. James Lumbers - Famous Canadian Artist James Lumbers Creates TITANIC DEPARTURE Limited Edition
September 26, 2012

James Lumbers Prints - TITANIC DEPARTURE Limited Edtion Canvas Giclee by James Lumbers - Noon hour, April 10, 1912 was to turn into a well known flash in history for The Titanic. Henry Abbott was sitting on his front deck enjoying lunch in the lukewarm spring sun. His dog Seymour was prepared for some scraps that might approach his direction. A Skylark resting on the birdbath voiced its delight in the balmy spring sun when a deep blast from RMS Titanic's whistle announced her departure from Southampton as The Titanic made way to the open sea. It was her "Au revoir". Henry grabbed his binocular... (read more)

Author: Daniel LaPolla

7. TITANIC PICTURES - Famous Canadian Artist James Lumbers Produces TITANIC DEPARTURE Giclee
September 06, 2012

TITANIC PICTURES - TITANIC DEPARTURE Limited Edition Giclee by James Lumbers - Noon hour, April 10, 1912 was to develop into a famous moment in history for The Titanic. Henry Abbott was enjoying a sandwich and mug of tea for lunch. Seymour, his friend was prepared to eat a few scraps that passed his way. A Skylark on the birdbath voiced its delight, being warmed by the spring sunlight. Abruptly a deep blast from the Titanic`s whistle crushed the delicate sounds of nature as The Titanic left from Southampton for the wide open sea. Henry grabbed his binoculars and watched as The Titanic faded in... (read more)

Author: Jeffrey Humke

8. Bird Baths: A Fascinating Addition To Your Bird Garden
July 02, 2012

Are you a bird enthusiast who wants to make those feathery, twittering, flapping, swift birds to be recurrent within your grasp and make your garden an on the spot aviary? If you fancy that so bad then fasten a doorway to your garden that will make those birds come up to often. To open that portal, just say those provoking password; bird baths. There are options that you have to think about when choosing and making a birdbath. It should be in sync and scheme with the style of your garden lot and your house. If you own a modern type of house then the spinning bottles must be in favor for y... (read more)

Author: Jullianne Nollin

9. How To Get The Most Pleasure From A Bird Bath Fountain
June 06, 2012

Bird watching with the entire family can be an enjoyable and bonding family experience. If you have never gone bird watching, learning the different species of birds and their habitat as a family unit can be a very entertaining family venture. Adding bird feeders, suet cakes, and bird bath fountains to your backyard will draw birds to your home increasing your birding experience. When starting to watch birds as a family it is nice to start this new venture in the comfort of your home, deck or patio. It is important to keep in mind when adding a birdbath to your backyard that birds enjoy mo... (read more)

Author: Evan Nasseri

10. Eat Fresher Food By Growing Your Own Organic Garden
May 27, 2012

Make your garden appeal to you. A garden should appeal to all your five senses. Devote space to a vegetable garden, install a birdbath, mix in strongly scented flowers or foliage, and plant tactile specimens like fountain grass. When you have all five of your senses pleased will make you happier. When first growing a plant you should make sure that it has all the nutrition and water that it needs. The sprouting stage for most plants is the time when it is most vulnerable to drying out or dying. With proper care, a sprout will mature into a full adult plant which is much more resistant to ... (read more)

Author: giles bently

11. Looking For Organic Gardening Advice? Use These Tips!
May 03, 2012

Make your garden appeal to you. A garden should appeal to all your five senses. Devote space to a vegetable garden, install a birdbath, mix in strongly scented flowers or foliage, and plant tactile specimens like fountain grass. When you have all five of your senses pleased will make you happier. Sometimes when you are growing vegetables or fruits, it can be helpful to cut off newly formed buds or other non-fruit bearing areas. This will stimulate the growth of heavier fruit because the plant re-routes nutrients to where its growth should be navigating. When taking care your garden, its i... (read more)

Author: maz roman

12. Use These Tips To Help Landscape Your Garden.
March 23, 2012

Even a small yard can be made beautiful by landscaping. Use your space to have concentrated areas that draw focus. Don't forget to add things other than plants to your landscaping, such as benches or a birdbath. Use a variety of plants with different bloom times to create interest and beauty. Spending less is not always the best idea. While you can locate inexpensive supplies, the quality can be below what you want or need. If you are just starting out in landscaping, a store which specializes in it can give you good helpful advice and guide you to creating something much better. Lan... (read more)

Author: peter carter

13. Want To Know More About Landscaping? Read On
March 23, 2012

Don't only look to plants for your landscaping. When you're planning the landscape for a yard, it's easy just to focus on plants that grow well there. However, don't forget any non-living accents either. A birdbath, bench, arbor, or rocks can add depth and interest to your yard, especially at times when your flowers are not blooming. Your landscape project should create a product which both pleases the eye as well as works well functionally. For example, pay attention to how much space you are allocating between the patio and the driveway; you do not want it to be too narrow. Avoid planti... (read more)

Author: peter carter

14. Quick And Easy Landscaping On A Budget
February 29, 2012

If any large plants are part of your design plan, remember that they are likely to cast a shadow. Such shadows can be useful for creating a cool space to sit during the summer months. Be certain to not put small plants in shadows. If you are wanting to put your home up for sale, it is very important to update the landscape in order to add that extra appeal. A lawn that appears healthy and green, a birdbath or landscaping stones, can make your home look more appealing than a colorless landscape and a dead lawn. Talk to a licensed landscaper before you do any work to your own yard. Whi... (read more)

Author: tuyen nguyen

15. Create a Bird Habitat with a Solar Fountain Bird Bath
February 15, 2012

Many people find bird watching a relaxing experience. It is easy to bring this to the garden or backyard by installing a solar fountain bird bath. Without a bird bath, birds may or may not visit an area. They search for water, to bathe in and to drink. A solar bird fountain is a lot better than just a plain bird bath. It actually flows out and over the bird bath, making a nice sound as well as being a pretty piece to look at. Birds, especially wild birds, love bird baths and will be attracted to such a piece. A further enticement for birds to visit would be to add a bird feeder near the founta... (read more)

Author: Nicole Roberts

16. Birdbaths in your Yard - What to Try to find and The way to Maintain Them
October 22, 2011

Exactly where you locate your birdbath is quite crucial for birds' safety also as cleanliness issues. Here are some suggestions for placing your birdbath in the ideal spot, too as maintaining it wisely. Position it where it is possible to see it, and close to overhanging tree branches or next to a shrub to offer a fast escape from any potential predators. In the very same time, leave enough open region for a clear view of any approaching danger. If your shrub has low hanging branches that touch the ground, either decide on a distinct spot, or prune the low branches so predators can't hide... (read more)

Author: Michael Batista

17. What about the Birds?
December 22, 2008

Have you ever thought ofhow wild birds can handle the cold weather? Another day I was having mybreakfast watching the birds from my window and this thought came to mymind.During the cold wintermonths we use blankets and stay indoors where we have heat. What aboutthe birds? I decided to do a search through the internet to get someknowledge about these little creatures that look so fragile. I learneda lot of things and now I would like to share them with you.I learned that they don’tneed us humans to help them survive; just like most animals, they candefend themselves against the harsh cold weat... (read more)

Author: Marina Benson

18. Birdbath Green Bakery Helps Environment With Baked Goods
June 13, 2008

New York City is known for its restaurants, but one small bakery in the West Village is helping its customers rethink their environmental impact simply by eating its baked goods. VOA's Susy Tekunan has the story of this bakery and its quest for environmental sustainability, through car-free deliveries of its products, recycled construction materials in its store, and organic baking materials in its cookies. Brian Allen narrates.    ... (read more)

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