Everything You Need To Know About Gazebos!

A gazebo is a perfect addition and enhancement for any garden or yard. Not only does it provide an attractive feature and focal point to please the eye, but it increases the pleasure you derive from your outdoor space in an almost infinite number of ways. It enables...

The Complete Guide To Pergolas

Used by the ancient Egyptians to beat the heat when walking from building to building and to grow climbing plants like grapes, pergolas are one of the oldest types of garden architecture that have stood the test of time. Today, with advancements in designs and...

What Direction Should A Bat House Face?

Bats are very particular when it comes to whether or not they will move into a bat house. One of the most important factors is the temperature inside, which will be strongly influenced by the direction that the house is facing. So what direction should a bat house...

Coffee Grounds For Flowers

For many of us, there’s nothing we’d rather do than relax with a cup of coffee near the flower garden. Most people don’t realize however that the grounds used to make our coffee can help to increase the health and beauty of our garden.  Here’s what you’ll need to know...

Coffee Grounds For Roses

Using coffee grounds for roses is a fabulous way to improve the health of your plants, helping them to produce those gorgeous flowers you’ve been dreaming of. But there are few things you’ll need to know before getting started. Conditions Roses Prefer Roses do best...

Copper Tape For Slugs

As any gardener knows, slugs can be highly destructive to a wide range of plants.  But you don’t have to use baits or chemicals to keep these slimy pests from ruining your garden. By using copper tape slugs will keep away from your precious plants and you can put your...

Do Roses Like Coffee Grounds?

Do roses like coffee grounds? This something many gardeners wonder, especially since feeding roses coffee grounds has been a practice that’s been around a very long time. The answer is yes they do, and here’s what you’ll want to know. Roses And Acidic Soil While you...

How To Use Coffee Grounds For Grass

You’ll want to think twice before you toss your used coffee grounds in the trash every day. Those grounds can actually be used to feed and increase the health of your lawn. Here’s everything you’ll want to know about using coffee grounds for grass. Advantages Of...

Are Coffee Grounds Good For Grass?

Are coffee grounds good for grass? The answer is yes, so you may want to think twice before throwing away your used grounds after your morning cup of coffee. Instead you can put them to work helping increase the beauty of your lawn. Benefits Of Using Coffee Grounds...

Are Worms Good For Your Lawn?

Despite their slimy looks worms are well-known for being very helpful in the garden. But are worms good for your lawn? You bet they are, and here’s why! Aeration As worms travel from place to place in the soil below your lawn, they create a maze of tunnels. And those...

How To Use Coffee Grounds For Snails

You don’t have to kill those annoying garden snails in order to keep them from eating your plants. In fact you can use your morning coffee as non-lethal weapon against them. When they come into contact with your coffee grounds snails will turn right around and leave...

How To Use Coffee Grounds For Ants

There are endless sprays and poisons you can use to get rid of ants. However you won’t have to look any further than your morning cup of coffee if you’d like a repellent that doesn’t contain any harmful chemicals. By using coffee grounds ants will stay away and kids...

How To Use Coffee Grounds For Garden Pests

While the majority of humans enjoy coffee, not all animals find it so appealing. In fact when they encounter coffee grounds garden pests are often repelled by it, and that’s a good thing. So here are the critters you can expect to keep out of your garden when using...

Coffee Grounds For Slugs

Slugs can be a big problem, yet most people don’t realize that the waste produced from their morning cup of coffee can be used help to protect their plants from these slimy pests. When they encounter your coffee grounds slugs will make a hasty retreat. So here’s...

Coffee Grounds For Mosquitoes

There are countless options available to keep mosquitoes away, many of which contain harmful chemicals. Most people don’t realize that the grounds used to make their morning coffee can also function as an all-natural repellent. Here’s what you’ll need to know to use...

Which Plants Like Coffee Grounds?

While using coffee grounds in the garden offers quite a few benefits, they can be slightly acid and therefore not appropriate for all plants. So which plants like coffee grounds? Here’s what you’ll need to know. Coffee Ground Basics Coffee grounds contain nitrogen,...

Coffee Grounds And Hydrangeas

While many people love their hydrangeas, they often would love them even more if they were blue. Luckily the grounds from your morning cup of coffee can help you to achieve those gorgeous blue blooms. Here’s what you’ll need to know about coffee grounds and...

Coffee Grounds For Worms

Worms are an extremely helpful component of any compost bin or pile, not to mention worm farms. And it turns your morning cup of coffee can contribute to their diet. Using coffee grounds for worms is an easy way to keep them from heading to the local landfill while...

Using Coffee Grounds In The Garden

Your morning cup of coffee can help you to not only start your day off right, but in the garden as well. The grounds used to make it have many important properties that are ideal for both plants and soil. By using your coffee grounds in the garden you’ll be able to...

Using Coffee Grounds In Compost

It’s estimated that over two billion cups of coffee are consumed around the world each and every day. And that’s an enormous volume of grounds which are used and then tossed in the trash. By using coffee grounds in compost instead, you can help cut down on waste and...

Used Tea Bags In The Garden

Many people don’t realize that once you’ve had a cup of tea, your tea bag can be used again in quite a few other ways. There are actually many great uses for used tea bags in the garden. And here some of the best! Free Natural Fertilizer  The tea leaves and grounds...

Used Tea Bags In The Compost

The next time you have your daily cup of tea, you may want to think twice about throwing that tea bag in the trash. Instead of contributing extra waste to landfills you can help the environment and your garden by placing used tea bags in the compost. But before you...

Monkey Statue Mayhem

Owning a real monkey means investing in large amounts of bananas on a monthly basis and is definitely not recommended for everyone. Having a monkey statue on the other hand is, doesn’t require any fruit, and may even bring you good luck. So here’s everything you’ll...

The Turtle Statue Shopper’s Guide

Turtles are easily one of the most popular statue choices around the world. But when shopping for one you’ll need to know a few things first. So here’s your complete guide for turtle statue success. On land and in the water the turtle is well-known for its slow-moving...

The Iguana Statue Guide For Beginners

There are only a handful of animal statues that can instantly create a tropical feel. So what do you do when you happen to be looking for something which is a vibrant green and sure to make a statement? That’s easy, you need an iguana statue, and here’s your...

Getting Started With A Bat Statue

There aren’t many statue options that can be used for both Halloween displays and as an interesting conversation piece. A bat statue can function as both of these and more. And here’s everything you’ll want to know when looking for one. Bats are one animal that people...

The Alligator Statue Buyer’s Guide

There are many reasons to have your very own alligator. Instead of the real thing though, you’ll want an alligator statue. That way you won’t have to worry about losing any limbs or missing any pets. So for all you gator fans, here’s your complete guide to them. Great...

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