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How to Maintain a Larger Garden With Little Effort

14 November 2016
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In Australian cities, urban development has led to smaller and smaller gardens. However, in many suburban settings and in most typical Aussie towns, larger gardens are still very much in evidence. Especially in the south of the country, where the rigour of the sun is less intense, gardens tend to be devoted to planting and this can create something of a challenge in terms of maintenance for bigger ones. If you own a property with a larger than average outdoor area, then it might be tempting to concrete over large sections of it. Read More …

4 Skip Bin Hiring Considerations for Your Home Gardening Project

29 August 2016
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If you plan on doing a small gardening project, hiring a skip bin can be a cost-effective and convenient option for waste disposal. With a skip bin, you can effectively dispose of all gardening waste if you have prior information regarding the estimated amount of waste you will generate. However, you will need to determine the right size of a skip bin for your gardening needs. This article highlights a few considerations when hiring a skip bin for home gardening projects. Read More …

Expert tips to optimize the use of indoor led grow lights.

17 August 2016
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Indoor gardening is an attractive option for city dwellers who lack a good gardening space or when winter makes outdoor gardening impossible. It has grown in leaps and bounds over the years, and it's all due to advancements in plant lighting. LED grow lights for hydroponics are good indication of just how far we have come. They use less energy, produce less heat and last for much longer compared to other lighting alternatives. Read More …

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Eating from your tiny yard

I'm trying to get more fresh and healthy food into my diet, but it can be very expensive to buy food particularly if you want to eat organic or less-common vegetables. To get around this, I am starting to grow more of my food in my yard as you can grow quite a lot in even a small space. It's a learning curve to see what foods get the best results, but it's worth it to know where my food is coming from. I'm tracking my progress on this blog, and it should be a useful resource for other folks with a tiny yard.

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