Bring Your Outdoor Garden Inside (Yes, It’s Physically Possible)

September 27, 2019 by  
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Before you put your garden and landscaping waste in the … The post Bring Your Outdoor Garden Inside (Yes, It’s Physically Possible) appeared first on Earth911.com.

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Green Your Garden: 10 Water-Conscious Design Tips

April 11, 2017 by  
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Note: This post contains affiliate links, which helps fund our Recycling Directory, the most comprehensive in North America. How green does your garden grow? If your yard requires an abundance of water to maintain that brightly colored curb appeal,…

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How To Maximize Your Vegetable Garden Harvest

May 17, 2016 by  
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If your garden plot is small enough that you are left with a desire to grow more, then high-intensity growing methods can be helpful.  To cultivate more produce from a little plot, there are a variety of tips and strategies to squeeze more tomatoes…

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7 Gardening Ideas For Creating A Greener Garden

February 8, 2016 by  
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Spring is just around the corner, and avid gardeners are already mapping out their gardens and starting seeds indoors.  Gardening ideas? Yeah, we’ve got ’em. There is so much to consider when planning out your garden. What fruits and vegetables…

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Bloom All Summer Long With These Garden Greats

June 18, 2015 by  
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Summer is in full bloom, but is your garden? It’s not too late to get a gorgeously growing garden this summer by planting these flowers and produce. Vinca Vinca, known also as Periwinkle or Myrtle, is the ideal summer flower to plant because this…

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Quick Tip: Bring Extra Food to Work

July 31, 2013 by  
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Whether you baked a few too many cupcakes for your sister’s baby shower or your garden produced an unexpectedly large harvest, you can keep extra food from going to waste (while making a few new friends at the office) by …

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Planting Deer-Resistant Gardens is Possible

September 13, 2011 by  
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Photo: timberpress This book is dedicated to “all gardeners who tend gardens in deer country”–it is pretty clear about its target audience. Called ” 50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants “, it is a lovely compendium of the fifty prettiest annuals, perennials, bulbs and shrubs that deer don’t eat. Even if you don’t have deer in your garden, it is a beautifully-photographed guide to some little known, and quite stunning plants. … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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It’s Not Too Late to Plant a Fall Garden! What to Plant in Your Region Now

September 12, 2011 by  
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Photo Credit: themissiah , Flickr Creative Commons Attribution License . Fall gardening is rewarding in a way that can be hard to explain. You get to plant and harvest in cooler weather, which is always nice. But it’s more than that. The variety of things you can harvest that you weren’t able to during the heat of summer, the return of cool-season veggies such as spinach and lettuce — both of these are reason enough. But there’s also the sense that you’re getting the most from your garden, and that’s always … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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The World’s Most Incredible Edible Gardens (Slideshow)

August 18, 2011 by  
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Photo: Jose Fuste Raga/Corbis Maybe you’ve only been looking at your vegetable garden as a means to an end: An easy way to get organic herbs, produce, and edible flowers without a grocery-store spending spree or a lineup of tasteless, non-local goods. But as these photos show, your garden can be so much more than that: An eye-catching geometric layout of herbs, a home for sculptural shrubs, a masterpiece of shockingly colorful foods, and a peaceful place for getting in touch with your inner gardener. Read on for more inspiration and ways to turn your plain plot into the centerpiece of your yard.

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Curing Car Vs. Cyclist Road Wars With A New Rule: "Just Don’t Steal The Right-Of-Way"

August 18, 2011 by  
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Photo Richard Masoner / Cyclelicious via flickr and Creative Commons license. Though a world-class cycling city, Portland lacks a bike share system similar to those in other great cycling cities such as Minneapolis, Montreal, Paris, Barcelona. Though bike sharing is considered to be important to attract new cyclists onto the lanes, lack of funds has hampered planning efforts. At first, 2011 seemed to be the year the city of Portland would fund bike sharing. But then, as a vote neared, opposition arose from Commissioner Amanda Fritz, who claimed she couldn’t support funding bike sharing due… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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