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Grow Your Business and Grow Yourself : Grow Your Business and Grow Yourself By: Stuart Lockley Grow Your Business A postal clerk in Indianapolis made a discovery about her customers and coworkers - and her own nature. A newspaper editorial charged that her branch had "the rudest clerks in town.
added on 17.05.2015. 17:00 in Business and Finance

Benefits of a Home Improvement Loan? : Benefits of a Home Improvement Loan? By: John Mussi Some of the many benefits of choosing a UK Home Improvement Loan are listed below. Are you looking to increase the value of your property? Are you planning an extension to your home? Would you like to have double glazing? Would you like to have a new conservatory? Would you like to have your garden landscaped? Are you undertaking the general up keep of your home but finding it hard to pay for? A home improvement loan may well provide your solution.
added on 09.01.2016. 14:00 in Business and Finance

How to Sell Your Products Without Competition : How to Sell Your Products Without Competition By: Rena Klingenberg Selling your products at shows can be difficult when you have a lot of competition. Although some show organizers are careful to have a good mix of vendors, it's not uncommon for other shows to have 20% or more of the booths filled with vendors in the same niche - which is a buyer's market and a seller's disappointing show.
added on 03.09.2014. 16:00 in Business and Finance

Attracting Clients With Ease : Attracting Clients With Ease By: Bernadette Doyle Whether you are already running your own business, or still thinking about starting your own business, I suspect that deep down you know you have gifts and talents that can really make a difference to others. In an ideal world, you'd spend the majority of time doing the work you love to do, with a steady stream of clients knocking at your door as and when you want them.
added on 26.04.2016. 11:00 in Business and Finance

Applying The Daffodil Theory into Business Practice  : At times all of us need a bit of inspiration to add to our day. When I first read this article, I had started my own home based business and was in a bit of a slump.
added on 09.07.2014. 08:00 in Business and Finance

The Seller's Guide to the Buyer's Eye : The Seller's Guide to the Buyers EyeA strong tendency towards a sellers market will continue until the baby boomers finish the cycle of buying and selling real estate, estimated to end in 20 years, according to the Senior Real Estate Association. Baby boomers (born between 1946-1964) are in their peak years for real estate investment.
added on 16.08.2014. 22:00 in Business and Finance

Aaron Colman : Joint Ventures: Money for nothin' and the checks for free.Written by Aaron Colmaninfo@ibasics.
added on 18.06.2016. 22:00 in Business and Finance

Selling the Job, Learn the Basics: Landscape & Garden Business : Selling the JobLearn the Basics: Landscape & Garden Business Selling & MarketingArticle by Tom LanzaCopyright 2003 by ProGardenBizIn a national survey of small businesses (less than $1,000,000 sales annually) it was found that the owner or Chief Executive Officer was a salesperson. Surveys have shown this to be true of landscape contractors and gardeners as well.
added on 16.02.2016. 04:00 in Business and Finance

Generating Publicity: Will The Media Be Interested In My Product/Business? : When it comes to launching a new business or product, some marketing consultants might say that EVERY product is appropriate for a publicity or media exposure campaign. That is true to a degree, but as a PR/publicity professional and former media person, I would qualify that statement by saying that although new products would benefit from a solid publicity campaign, not all businesses or products and their pitches will grab the attention of the media.
added on 22.02.2016. 10:00 in Business and Finance

How To Get Your Email Messages Read : How To Get Your Email Messages ReadCopyright (c) 2003 by Angela Booth Who's reading the email messages you send out? Not as many peopleas you think. For example, research by Internet marketing firmssuggests that only ten per cent of email ezines are opened andread.
added on 01.06.2016. 13:00 in Business and Finance

The Happy Jar -- How Little Things Can Mean a Lot : I just delivered a free speech. I am a great believer in free speech, but an even greater believer in paid speech.
added on 09.10.2016. 23:00 in Business and Finance

3 Traits for Success : The other day I was conducting a group interview at one ofmy off-line businesses. I was addressing about 15 applicantsfor an office position and going over the three basiccharacter traits that I require.
added on 15.12.2016. 18:00 in Business and Finance

Do Some Yard Work To Improve Customer Service! : Yes, yard work. What I mean is that you may have to do some weeding in your garden of employees to improvecustomer service.
added on 08.04.2014. 12:00 in Business and Finance

Steer Your Career in the Right Direction - Home : You are on your way home from work. You are relieved, happy, confident.
added on 19.04.2014. 23:00 in Business and Finance

Are You a Green Thumb Leader? : Are You a Green Thumb Leader?By Eileen McDarghFrom my home office, I can look out and see my garden. It's loaded with wonderful, terrible sights, sights that mirror much I find in many of our companies.
added on 16.05.2014. 02:00 in Business and Finance

What Does the Public Relations Client REALLY Want, and Why? : It's not unusual for clients of service providers to insist that their budget dollars be quickly applied to a variety of flashy tactics. Yet, when pressed, many acknowledge that what they REALLY want for their money is visible, end-game change.
added on 19.09.2014. 08:00 in Business and Finance

"Finding Your Niche" : "Finding Your Niche" (c) janes-place I want to put up a website. How do I start? FirstI have to ask myself some questions: 1) What do I like to do? 2) Do I have a hobby that I am interested in? 3) What subjects do I consider myselfknowledgeable in? 4) Is there some job I have worked at for a longtime that I enjoy? 5) Do I have a burning desire to help people? Ifso, what kind of people? In what area does myexpertise lie? 6) Is there a subject that I'm interested in andwould like to do research in to learn, then sharethe information I have gathered? 7) What information do I have that I can sharewith other people? Is it information that peoplewould find interesting & useful? For example, janes-place was started because whenI first came on the internet, there were very fewplaces to help newbies.
added on 12.11.2014. 14:00 in Business and Finance

What is a Home Improvement Loan? : A UK Home Improvement Loan Can Give You The Home You Want.Looking to increase the value of your property? A Home improvement Loan could be the easiest and cheapest way to make improvements to your home.
added on 06.05.2015. 06:00 in Business and Finance

What Should I Sell on my Site? : "What Should I Sell on my Site?"Far too many people make the mistake of trying to sell only products that they like on their web sites.Others make the mistake of trying to sell only the coolest and flashiest things they can find.
added on 02.12.2014. 10:00 in Business and Finance

Landscape Techniques - Lawn Aeration : Landscape Techniques - Lawn AerationArticle by Henry ThompsonCopyright 2003 by ProGardenBizProGardenBiz, an online magazinehttp://www.progardenbiz.
added on 29.05.2016. 20:00 in Business and Finance

How to Start and Run a Landscape & Garden Maintenance Business : You have permission to publish this article electronically or in print, free of charge, as long as the bylines are included. A courtesy copy of your publication would be appreciated.
added on 09.08.2016. 20:00 in Business and Finance

Letting Go Of Coattails : Letting Go Of Coattails Copyright 2002 Elena Fawkner If you're looking for a way to make money from home and you've been online for any length of time you will have quickly become aware of the preponderance of business opportunity sites and ads for many and varied business opportunities. In particular, you've probably been bowled over by all the promises of fabulous internet riches that can be yours, if you only join so-and-so's innovative new groundfloor opportunity that everybody who is anybody wants in on.
added on 05.11.2016. 12:00 in Business and Finance

Snatching Defeat From The Jaws of Victory : You may find the lure of an online business seductive indeed. And why not? After all, it holds the promise of true independence - time and money freedom - from the comfort and sanctuary of your own home.
added on 08.03.2016. 16:00 in Business and Finance

Into Every Life a Little Rain Must Fall - Part 1 : "Into every life a little rain must fall." And into every business too.
added on 06.04.2015. 00:00 in Business and Finance

Creating Your Own Home-Based Business : If you're looking for a way to make money from home andyou've been online for any length of time you will have quicklybecome aware of the preponderance of business opportunitysites and ads for many and varied business opportunities.In particular, you've probably been bowled over by all thepromises of the fabulous internet riches that can be yours,if you only join so-and-so's innovative new groundflooropportunity that everybody who is anybody wants in on.
added on 19.04.2015. 13:00 in Business and Finance

Growing Nostalgic "Old Roses" In Your Garden : Growing Nostalgic "Old Roses" In Your Garden By: Simonetta Jensen "Old Roses" Convey Time Honored Tradition In the 18th Century, the practice of tending rose bushes was popular and a handy source for young men to offer as gifts during courtship. These roses were not only beautiful to admire and richly fragrant but also highly symbolic of an unwritten and often unspoken language between admirers.
added on 23.06.2016. 03:00 in Business and Finance

A Few Easy Steps To Flush Your Automobile's Radiator And Coolant System : A Few Easy Steps To Flush Your Automobile ' s Radiator And Coolant System By: Jason Miller One of the most overlooked maintenance items on your car is the coolant system. Most people don ' t even think about it until they are on the side of the road with the hood up and steam pouring out of the radiator.
added on 07.05.2016. 22:00 in Auto and Trucks

Unique Mother's Day Gift - No More Flowers and Chocolate : Unique Mother's Day Gift - No More Flowers and Chocolate By: William Jacobson With Mother's Day approaching fast, it's time to begin thinking about how best to express how much Mommy Dearest means to us. If you're like most, Mother's Day has become a routine that consists of a greeting card, a bouquet of flowers, and a phone call to say "I love you".
added on 22.08.2014. 04:00 in Family

Watering Your Young Child's Mind : Watering Your Young Child's Mind By: Emma Rath Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How does your garden grow? With silver bells and cockle shells And pretty maids all in a row. It's an everyday nursery rhyme, it's simple to sing with your small child, and apparently this nursery rhyme about a little child watering her garden is watering your little child's mind! Early childhood educators have identified pre-reading skills that are necessary for the learning of reading and the mastery of language.
added on 06.10.2014. 01:00 in Family

Planning the Perfect Wedding Gift List : Planning the Perfect Wedding Gift List By: H Porter Considerations for a gift list - what should you be focussing on? With society changing so are the ages of people getting married, this means that there are now many stages when you may or may not need things. Our quick guide should help you work out which type of gift list bridge or groom you are and some pointers on where to focus your list.
added on 23.10.2014. 18:00 in Family

Make a Fairy Garden For Your Kids Party : Make a Fairy Garden For Your Kids Party By: Patricia B. Jensen This project is a truly unique kids party activity, combining fun, fantasy, and learning.
added on 08.12.2014. 16:00 in Family

Winter Gardening : Winter Gardening By: Candee Stark Ok, the title " winter gardening "might be a tad bit misleading. I am not suggesting that you actually garden during the winter but you should be using this time to plan your upcoming garden.
added on 03.04.2016. 12:00 in Family

Time For A Dog Bath? Dog Bathing Tips For You And Your Dog : Time For A Dog Bath? Dog Bathing Tips For You And Your Dog By: Teresa James Cleanliness and proper grooming can be very important to the continued good health of our beloved pets. But bathing our puppy or adult dog can often prove to be a challenge.
added on 30.06.2016. 04:00 in Family

Decorate for Thanksgiving : Decorate for Thanksgiving By: Caroline Shaw Years of having to make do have turned me into a . .
added on 12.09.2016. 06:00 in Family

" I Should Be Doing ... . But ... " : " I Should Be Doing . .
added on 29.09.2016. 23:00 in Family

Unique Gifts: Ideas for All Seasons : Unique Gifts: Ideas for All Seasons By: Darlene Arechederra 'We Make a Living by What we Do, But We Make a Life by What We Give. ' -- Winston Churchill There's an alternative to buying gifts that sit on a shelf waiting for the next garage sale.
added on 29.10.2016. 05:00 in Family

Birthday Gift Baskets - The Ideal Gift For Everyone! : Birthday Gift Baskets - The Ideal Gift For Everyone! By: Wendy Wood No matter how old we are, we enjoy being remembered on that special day of the year that celebrates the day we were born! Birthdays are a time to recognize special people in our lives with joyous celebration. It is a time-honored tradition to pay tribute the birthday gal or guy with a mouth-watering cake decorated with sugar-laden frosting sculptures and a candle representing every year of their life on earth! We bestow on them gifts and cards filled with birthday verses and best wishes for many more birthdays to come.
added on 05.11.2016. 12:00 in Family

Spurce Up Your Garden With Decorative Birdhouses : Spurce Up Your Garden With Decorative Birdhouses By: Johann Erickson Decorative Birdhouses are active garden ornamentation --the presence and movement of birds creates a fluid focal point for your garden. As such, placement is critical for you to earn maximum benefit from your birdhouses.
added on 31.12.2016. 20:00 in Family

A Wedding Shower Checklist : A Wedding Shower Checklist By: Claire Bowes Bridal showers are one of many pre-wedding parties and are great fun. They are known as parties with a purpose.
added on 15.01.2016. 11:00 in Family

How To Brighten Up Your Home With These Flower Arrangement Ideas : How To Brighten Up Your Home With These Flower Arrangement Ideas By: Gina Stathopoulos A beautiful flower arrangement piece can become the focal point of the room you choose to decorate. It's truly fascinating how we can combine different flowers to create a mesmerizing bouquet.
added on 19.02.2016. 22:00 in Family

Gardening - Natural Science NOT Rocket Science.. : Gardening - Natural Science NOT Rocket Science. .
added on 16.03.2016. 00:00 in Family

There are Stories to be Told: Start a Family Tradition : There are Stories to be Told: Start a Family Tradition By: Debbie Rodgers One of the most rewarding ways to use your outdoor living space is to gather your family members for a reunion. Perhaps it's a small group that gets together annually, or a large one whose far-flung members attend every two or five or even 10 years.
added on 28.04.2016. 19:00 in Family

10 Free Gardening Products : 10 Free Gardening Products By: Linda Gray One of the pleasurable spin-offs in organic gardening is finding alternative ways of coming up with the same, if not better, end result. .
added on 09.05.2016. 06:00 in Family

How To Keep Love Alive In Your Marriage : How To Keep Love Alive In Your Marriage By: Patty Apostolides In the beginning of a relationship, love seems to have a life of its own. Without much effort, you feel like you are on top of the world.
added on 14.07.2016. 00:00 in Family

How To Grow Luscious Tomatoes : How To Grow Luscious Tomatoes By: Marilyn Pokorney The tomato is the most commonly grown vegetable in the States. Here are some tips on how to grow your own bountiful crop of tomatoes.
added on 11.05.2015. 11:00 in Food and Drink

Electric Melons! : Electric Melons! By: Ed Williams Know what one of my favorite summer pastimes is? Eatin' watermelon. That's right, just eatin' some cold, juicy watermelon.
added on 24.05.2015. 00:00 in Food and Drink

Sicily's Great Eggplant-Tomato Stew : Sicily's Great Eggplant-Tomato Stew By: Skip Lombardi I ran into a friend yesterday, who tells me that he should be harvesting eggplants from his garden any day now. Of course, this got me thinking about Caponata, the famous Sicilian eggplant and tomato stew.
added on 05.11.2015. 21:00 in Food and Drink

Come to Tea: An Elegant Garden Gathering : Come to Tea: An Elegant Garden Gathering By: Debbie Rodgers Perhaps nothing says "garden party" like having afternoon tea outdoors. It's a charming reminder of bygone days and childhood make-believe.
added on 20.12.2015. 18:00 in Food and Drink

Growing Your Own Herbs for Tea : Growing Your Own Herbs for Tea By: Cyndi Roberts If you love herbal teas, as I do, you know they are just a little bit pricey. However, growing your own herbs is easy and so much fun! Here are just a few of the herbs you might want to consider for a tea garden: Chamomile: Remember the favorite tea of Peter Rabbit? Only the flowers of this fragrant herb are used when making tea.
added on 05.01.2016. 10:00 in Food and Drink

Meal Planning Help: Meal Two : Planning Help: Meal Two By: Monica Resinger One meal planning challenge for me has been to `lighten up' for my family's and my health. My husband and I were both raised on `meat and potatoes' so it has been a difficult change.
added on 20.05.2016. 01:00 in Food and Drink

Fast Food : Fast Food By: HSF Vitamins "Hey, Not So Fast!" "Well, they don't call it fast food for nothing. Fast business for fast people equals fast bucks in the pocket for these whopping franchises.
added on 18.10.2014. 13:00 in Health

Understanding Aromatherapy : Understanding Aromatherapy By: Gabriel Foster In the 1920's, a French cosmetic chemist named Rene-Maurice Gattefosse, was one day making fragrances in his laboratory, when he accidentally burned his arm. He then thrust his badly burnt arm into the nearest cold liquid, which turned out to be a tub of lavender oil.
added on 23.11.2014. 01:00 in Health

Pulling The Roots Of Disease : Pulling The Roots Of Disease By: Dr. Ward Coleman, N.
added on 27.07.2015. 16:00 in Health

Set Out a Feast for your Feathered Friends : Set Out a Feast for your Feathered Friends By: Debbie Rodgers February is " Feed the Birds " month in much of North America. And what great timing! If you're going through a cold winter, you can help the wintering birds that are going through it with you.
added on 18.08.2015. 14:00 in Home Improvement

Back In The Garden : In The Garden By: News Canada (NC)-For many Canadians, gardening is the most joyful activity of summer. But if you love to garden and you also suffer from back pain, you know that you can cause yourself a lot of grief unless you follow some basic ergonomic principles.
added on 27.09.2015. 06:00 in Health

Seeding Flowers Indoors: An Inexpensive Way to a Beautiful Summer Garden : Seeding Flowers Indoors: An Inexpensive Way to a Beautiful Summer Garden By: Debbie Rodgers Every year you plan that THIS will be the year you have pots and pots of lush plants on your balcony or deck. Then you visit your local nursery in the spring and reality hits - - the cost for your fantasy is just outrageous! Sound familiar? But you can have the planters of your dreams at a fraction of the cost and with a choice of varieties far beyond what the local garden center offers.
added on 13.01.2016. 18:00 in Home Improvement

Light Up Your Garden And Brighten Your Life : Light Up Your Garden And Brighten Your Life By: Carolyn James Extending Your Living Space The garden is fast being considered to be an extension to your living space and homeowners are putting as much effort into creating a harmonious environment outside as they are inside. A beautiful garden is also considered to be one of the biggest selling features of a home and can certainly help to add value and appeal.
added on 11.02.2016. 23:00 in Home Improvement

How to Control Poison Ivy : How to Control Poison Ivy By: Marilyn Pokorney Poison ivy is found throughout southern Canada and most of the United States except Alaska and Hawaii. It is readily found along road sides, fences, railroads, and streams.
added on 10.06.2016. 22:00 in Home Improvement

Simple steps to build a Tabletop Water Fountain : Simple steps to build a Tabletop Water Fountain By: Rachel Paul Water is the essence of life. Creating your own table top fountains is a wonderful way to bring out your creativity and self-expression while simultaneously relieving stress and enhancing your interior décor.
added on 22.06.2016. 10:00 in Home Improvement

New for 2006- Granite Flexible Preformed Rock Ponds : New for 2006- Granite Flexible Preformed Rock Ponds By: Gerry Fung So you've decided to build your very own backyard water garden. You are in the process of actively planning out your design, and you're visualizing the end-result.
added on 18.07.2016. 12:00 in Home Improvement

Control Snakes in the Garden : Control Snakes in the Garden By: Marilyn Pokorney To have a snake or two in the garden is good. Non-poisonous snakes, such as the common garter snakes, are beneficial creatures because they eat pest insects, mosquito larvae, slugs, snails, crickets, rats, mice, voles and even other snakes which may be poisonous.
added on 02.08.2016. 03:00 in Home Improvement

What Makes a Hammock a Quality Hammock? : What Makes a Hammock a Quality Hammock? By: Zino Davidson Whether you plan a camping trip into the jungle where you will need a portable hammock or you just want to relax in your garden in a large hammock chair. .
added on 14.08.2016. 15:00 in Home Improvement

How to Control Deer in Your Garden : How to Control Deer in Your Garden By: Marilyn Pokorney Deer are the most difficult of all pests to deter from a garden. They love many different plants.
added on 23.08.2016. 00:00 in Home Improvement

Black Walnut Trees Produce A Natural Insecticide : Black Walnut Trees Produce A Natural Insecticide By: Marilyn Pokorney The black walnut tree manufactures a substance that is a natural insecticide according to experts at the Texas State University in Austin. American black walnut tress contain a tannic acid chemists call juglone.
added on 03.09.2016. 11:00 in Home Improvement

About Hummingbirds and How to Attract Them to Your Garden : About Hummingbirds and How to Attract Them to Your Garden By: Lesley Dietschy Visualize watching a bright green hummingbird in your garden moving from flower to flower in search of the tasty nectar within. These beautiful and tiny birds weigh about 2 to 20 grams and are found in a wide variety of environments from the high Andes to lowlands, and from dry desert areas to rainforests.
added on 08.09.2016. 16:00 in Home Improvement

Take the Bite Out of Mosquitoes this Summer : Take the Bite Out of Mosquitoes this Summer By: Judy Leiser Mosquitoes have always been pesty visitors when it comes to summer enjoyment, but because of the West Nile virus, it has become critical that we do whatever we can to reduce the number of mosquitoes paying visits to our yards. Paradox Productions has come up with a list of strategies to minimize the attack of the mosquitoes this summer.
added on 24.09.2016. 08:00 in Home Improvement

Home Improvement Projects That Really Pay Off : Home Improvement Projects That Really Pay Off By: Scott Gray Many of us watch TV shows and see the miraculous transformation of homes and gardens by professionals and amateur do-it-yourselfers. Is it really that easy, we ask ourselves.
added on 02.10.2016. 16:00 in Home Improvement

Rid Your Garden of Slugs : Rid Your Garden of Slugs By: Marilyn Pokorney Slugs are major pests of horticultural plants throughout the world. They are destructive pests of home gardens, landscapes, nurseries, greenhouses, and field crops.
added on 07.10.2016. 21:00 in Home Improvement

How to Build a Shed : How to Build a Shed By: Keith Kingston The easiest way to build a shed in the backyard is to make a trip to the local Lowe's or other hardware shop to purchase a shed-building kit. Never choose one from a picture in a brochure or from the Internet.
added on 16.10.2016. 06:00 in Home Improvement

5 Perennials For Shade Gardens : 5 Perennials For Shade Gardens By: Lee Dobbins We all know that flowers love sunshine, but did you realize that there are perennials that love the shade? You can create a beautiful garden in the shade that can act as a cooling retreat on those hot summer days. By using perennials, your flowers will come up year after year for a lifetime of enjoyment.
added on 21.10.2016. 11:00 in Home Improvement

The Advantages of Both a Liner Pond and a Preformed Pond, Rolled Up Into One Box! : The Advantages of Both a Liner Pond and a Preformed Pond, Rolled Up Into One Box! By: Gerry Fung INTRODUCTION So you've decided to build your very own backyard water garden. You are in the process of actively planning out your design, and you're visualizing the end-result.
added on 09.11.2016. 06:00 in Home Improvement

Aluminium and Wooden Greenhouses : Aluminium and Wooden Greenhouses By: Garry John An important addition to any British back garden, greenhouses are firmly established in the British way of life. It's probably the inclement weather that drives the british gardener 'inside'.
added on 10.11.2016. 07:00 in Home Improvement

Plan Before You Plant : Plan Before You Plant By: Jean Fritz It's winter, and as you gaze out your picture window, all you see is a 50 square foot patch of bare dirt. After a foray through the top 10 plant catalogues armed with a major credit card and your vivid imagination, that space is crowded with shrubs, bedding plants, bulbs and foliage, all competing for light, water and nutrients.
added on 15.12.2016. 18:00 in Home Improvement

Storck, The Rouge Garden Gnome : Storck, The Rouge Garden Gnome By: The Gnome Keeper It started innocently enough. I was shuffling aimlessly through Marc's garden center, surrounded by baby tomato plants and the occasional faint whiff of bagged manure.
added on 21.12.2016. 00:00 in Home Improvement

How to Grow Cucunbers : How to Grow Cucunbers By: Hans Dekker The versatile cucumber (cucumis sativus) is tasty pickled, in a salad, as a salad, in a sandwich, or just eaten raw. How to grow cucumbers depends largely in part on how you plan to eat them.
added on 24.12.2016. 03:00 in Home Improvement

How to Grow Bamboo : How to Grow Bamboo By: Hans Dekker Bamboo is a mysterious and elusive plant that baffles taxonomists who try to contain it within a botanical class and gardeners who try to contain it within a limited garden space as they learn how to grow bamboo. For many years, bamboo was thought to be a primitive grass but recent DNA testing has shown it to be one of the most highly evolved forest grasses.
added on 25.12.2016. 04:00 in Home Improvement

How to Grow Basil : How to Grow Basil By: Hans Dekker Today there are sprays, scented candles, plug-ins, and even discs that promise to freshen your air by putting a variety of aromas into your home. However, when you know how to grow basil, you can have enough variety of fragrance to package your own potpourri! The most commonly grown basil is the annual, ocimum basilicum that carries a minty fragrance that smells like .
added on 27.12.2016. 06:00 in Home Improvement

Want a Garden, But Don't have Enough Dirt Or Space? Hydroponics Gardening Is The Answer! : Want a Garden, But Don't have Enough Dirt Or Space? Hydroponics Gardening Is The Answer! By: Mike Yeager Hydroponics gardening is the perfect solution for anybody who wants a garden, but does not have enough space or dirt. Hydroponics gardening is, simply put, a method of growing plants using a nutrient solution instead of dirt.
added on 03.02.2014. 20:00 in Home Improvement

Cornucopia Centerpiece for Thanksgiving Day : Cornucopia Centerpiece for Thanksgiving Day By: Candee Stark As we enter into the month of November my thoughts turn towards Thanksgiving and everything that this wonderful holiday has to offer. It is a time for spending time with family and friends and for counting the many blessings the past year has brought to us.
added on 16.02.2014. 09:00 in Home Improvement

What's Underfoot? A Quick Guide to Patio Surfaces : What's Underfoot? A Quick Guide to Patio Surfaces By: Debbie Rodgers Patios and terraces have always been popular outdoor spaces. Whether a Parisian courtyard or a rooftop alcove, only porches and sunrooms beat out these paved (or semi-paved) retreats in a recent survey of my readers as the most ideal outside living space.
added on 02.03.2014. 23:00 in Home Improvement

How to Choose Water Garden Plants : How to Choose Water Garden Plants By: Brett Fogle So the water garden bug has bitten. You've dug and leveled and sweated and said words you hope that no one else has heard.
added on 08.03.2014. 05:00 in Home Improvement

Maintaining Oxygen Levels in Fish and KOI Ponds : Maintaining Oxygen Levels in Fish and KOI Ponds By: Brett Fogle Severe environmental stressors are the most frequent causes of sudden fish death in garden ponds or other fish habitats, and the lack of oxygen in the water is the number 1 stressor of all. Two major factors contributing to fish-pond oxygen loss concern blooming algae.
added on 09.03.2014. 06:00 in Home Improvement

Storm Warnings For Ponds : Storm Warnings For Ponds By: Brett Fogle California has earthquakes; we in the south and east coast have hurricanes. One thing we all share is power outages.
added on 14.03.2014. 11:00 in Home Improvement

Mosquito Farms? Is That What Water Gardens Are? : Mosquito Farms? Is That What Water Gardens Are? By: Scottie Johnson What is nicer that a lovely backyard garden pond. The lush growth rising above the water, graceful fish darting about and the soothing sound of the water.
added on 21.03.2014. 18:00 in Home Improvement

Closing Up Your Container Garden : Closing Up Your Container Garden By: Debbie Rodgers All good things eventually come to an end and so summer is waning, even as autumn gives most of us a fresh start. I'll bet your summer container plantings aren't really benefiting, though, from the "back to school-oh I love a clean notebook" boost and aren't dying as gracefully as summer itself is.
added on 01.04.2014. 05:00 in Home Improvement

Mosquitoes in Your Garden? Try Planting These. : Mosquitoes in Your Garden? Try Planting These. By: Scottie Johnson If you are a serious gardener, you spend lots of time outdoors.
added on 02.04.2014. 06:00 in Home Improvement

Brighten Up Your Patio With Sun Catchers : Brighten Up Your Patio With Sun Catchers By: Johann Erickson Sun catchers add sparkle and beauty to any room in your home. Far beyond the paint-n-bake sun catchers of childhood, sun catchers come in a huge variety of styles that dazzle the eye.
added on 07.04.2014. 11:00 in Home Improvement

Nontoxic Pest Control for Your Home and Garden : Nontoxic Pest Control for Your Home and Garden By: TC Thorn Pesticides are toxic and, while often effective against pests, can be dangerous for your family and pets. Outdoors, sprayed pesticides might drift on a breeze and dust your vegetable garden or your neighbor's yard.
added on 19.04.2014. 23:00 in Home Improvement

Warm & Toasty Outdoors with Patio Heaters : Warm & Toasty Outdoors with Patio Heaters By: Nicholas Webb The Heat is On with Patio Heaters. Any outdoor lover will tell you that the right patio heater will allow you to extend your love of the open-air life all year round.
added on 23.04.2014. 03:00 in Home Improvement

Is there a leprechaun in your garden : Is there a leprechaun in your garden By: Susanna Duffy There is no mention to be found of female leprechauns in traditional Irish legend, so as to how they came to be . .
added on 27.04.2014. 07:00 in Home Improvement

How to Choose between Goldfish and KOI : How to Choose between Goldfish and KOI By: Brett Fogle Many people have asked us over the years "Should I add goldfish or KOI (or both) to my pond? The answer is "it depends. " Goldfish are better suited to smaller water gardens and ponds, in the 50 - 500 gallon range.
added on 07.05.2014. 17:00 in Home Improvement

Building Liner Ponds : Building Liner Ponds By: Brett Fogle Surprisingly enough, it is usually in mid-summer that many gardeners begin to think about installing a small pond or water garden. Ponds don't need to be weeded or watered, and they can supply exuberant color in the form of water lilies and bog plants.
added on 10.05.2014. 20:00 in Home Improvement

Cozy Nooks: Creating a Secret Outdoor Place : Cozy Nooks: Creating a Secret Outdoor Place By: Debbie Rodgers Everyone seems to love a secret -- and when the secret is a nook in your outdoor space, all the better. A nook is defined as a private or secluded quiet inner place.
added on 29.05.2014. 15:00 in Home Improvement

Flowers That Beautify Your Home and Garden : Flowers That Beautify Your Home and Garden By: Mike Yeager To help gardeners choose flowers, various systems for rating hardiness have been developed. A plant is considered hardy in a region if it can grow and thrive there without requiring special protective measures such as insulating with straw mulch.
added on 03.06.2014. 20:00 in Home Improvement

Seeds and more Seeds...What your Garden Needs : Seeds and more Seeds. .
added on 04.06.2014. 21:00 in Home Improvement

Release Some Tension...Spend Some Time In Your Garden : Release Some Tension. .
added on 06.06.2014. 23:00 in Home Improvement

Cultivating Plants in your Garden...what to watch out for. : Cultivating Plants in your Garden. .
added on 07.06.2014. 00:00 in Home Improvement

Plan Before Buying Rose Bushes : Plan Before Buying Rose Bushes By: David G. Hallstrom The following article was written by David G.
added on 13.06.2014. 06:00 in Home Improvement

Home Is Where The Heart Is : Home Is Where The Heart Is By: Amita Sinha Every one lives in a house but every house is not a home. A house is a shelter made of bricks, wood or any other material.
added on 17.06.2014. 10:00 in Home Improvement

5 Ways to Deal With Lady Bug Infestations : 5 Ways to Deal With Lady Bug Infestations By: LeAnn R. Ralph Every fall, millions of lady bugs (or what seems like millions) swarm around my house here in west central Wisconsin, looking for a place to spend the winter.
added on 07.07.2014. 06:00 in Home Improvement