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Feng Shui Your Home to Help it Sell Quicker : Feng Shui Your Home to Help it Sell Quicker By: Elaine VonCannon In a competitive real estate market, home sellers are looking for the edge to make their home sell fast. Feng Shui, or the ancient Chinese art of placement, is one answer.
added on 07.05.2015. 07:00 in Business and Finance

Transform Your Office Into A Powerhouse Of Success : Transform Your Office Into A Powerhouse Of Success By: Lorraine Pirihi Did you know that the area that you call your 'office' is a direct reflection of you? If your environment is clean and uncluttered it projects that the person who works there is calm and has everything under control. Consequently if it looks like the local rubbish tip then the impression others get is that this person is disorganised, and a complete mess.
added on 01.06.2016. 23:00 in Business and Finance

Home Office Feng Shui : Home Office Feng Shui By: Vishal P. Rao Whether you believe in the Oriental powers of feng shui or not, there are an increasingly large number of people who do.
added on 06.07.2016. 16:00 in Business and Finance

Take A Break! : A Break! By: Janice D. Byer, MVA Calgon.
added on 14.01.2016. 19:00 in Business and Finance

God's Diplomacy - International Trade and the Macedonian Economy : s Diplomacy - International Trade and the Macedonian Economy By: Sam Vaknin, Ph.D.
added on 22.04.2016. 21:00 in Business and Finance

How to Be Healthy and Happier At Work : Many office-based workers do not realise that the environment they spend a majority of their working week in, may not be good for their health. Have you ever experienced headaches, respiratory infections, asthma or fatigue? Do these ailments occur at work? What happens when you go on holiday or at the weekends, do they still occur or do they miraculously disappear? You'll often find people's desk drawers contain a variety of pills and potions to alleviate the ailments they experience at work.
added on 01.07.2016. 19:00 in Business and Finance

How to Feng Shui Your Home to Make it Sell Quicker : Feng Shui Your Home to Help it Sell Quickerby Elaine VonCannonIn a competitive real estate market, home sellers are looking for the edge to make their home sell fast. Feng Shui, or the ancient Chinese art of placement, is one answer.
added on 12.10.2016. 02:00 in Business and Finance

Lokmangal Biofertilizers : After the introduction of chemical fertilizers in the last century, farmers were happy of getting increased yield in agriculture in the beginning. But slowly chemical fertilizers started displaying their ill-effects such as leaching out, and polluting water basins, destroying micro-organisms and friend insects, making the crop more susceptible to the attack of diseases reducing the soil fertility and thus causing irreparable damage on the overall system.
added on 27.11.2016. 00:00 in Business and Finance

CREATURE COMFORTS IN THE WORKPLACE. How To Create An Office You Love : CREATURE COMFORTS IN THE WORKPLACEHow To Create An Office You Love Comfort. Peace.
added on 03.11.2015. 19:00 in Business and Finance

Reaping the Harvest: Are the weeds crowding out the fruits of your labor? : One of my highly creative clients (I'll call her Kate) used to think she could never be organized. She had always believed getting organized meant that she'd have to give up her creativity, self-expression and spontaneity and become a rigid and compulsive person.
added on 25.02.2016. 13:00 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

Home Office Essentials Part Two : Welcome to Part Two of our series of articles on home office essentials. The last article discussed ergonomics and office furniture and your working environment.
added on 19.11.2016. 16:00 in Business and Finance

Work Smart: Pace Yourself! : Successfully running a race is not all about physical ability. Knowing what kind of race you're in and preparing mentally for what lies ahead makes a big difference in the outcome.
added on 22.05.2014. 08:00 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

Sell Information For Fun And Profit! : Sell Information For Fun And Profitby BB Lee (C)2002(412 words)You've probably seen the ads all over the Internet and in variousprint magazines offering you insider details on how to marketinformation products and get rich quick! Most of these ads requesta hefty fee up front, anywhere from $39.) 99 to well over $100.
added on 12.02.2016. 15:00 in Business and Finance

SLOW GROWING : Today we live in a world of speed. Technological advancements havemade obtaining what we want as simple as pushing a button.
added on 07.07.2016. 17:00 in Business and Finance

How to Get Rich on the Internet in 7 Easy Steps : Step #1.) Forget about getting Rich.
added on 24.02.2015. 06:00 in Business and Finance

Feng Shui and Romance - Using the Ancient Art to Enhance Your Romantic Space : "If your love life needs a quick boost, you can use the art of placement to produce the romantic results you desire." Heidi Richards Feng Shui (pronounced fung shway) is the ancient Asian practice of object arrangement and space planning designed to bring balance, harmony and well-being to your environment.
added on 22.12.2016. 01:00 in Business and Finance

Information About George Washington Carver : George Washington Carver (c. 1864-5 - January 5, 1943) was an American botanist who worked in agricultural extension in the southern U.
added on 03.08.2016. 14:00 in Business and Finance

How to Be Healthier and Happier at Work : How to Be Healthier and Happier at Work By: Lorraine Pirihi Many office-based workers do not realise that the environment they spend a majority of their working week in, may not be good for their health. Have you ever experienced headaches, respiratory infections, asthma or fatigue? Do these ailments occur at work? What happens when you go on holiday or at the weekends, do they still occur or do they miraculously disappear? You'll often find people's desk drawers contain a variety of pills and potions to alleviate the ailments they experience at work.
added on 06.05.2016. 03:00 in Business and Finance

Increase Profits from Your Existing Customers : Increase Profits from Your Existing Customers By: Allan Cowley An area many businesses fail to recognise as a way to increase profits is by utilising their existing customers. Don't view each sale as a "one-off".
added on 23.02.2015. 05:00 in Business and Finance

Ford Motor Company's Michigan Truck Plant Body Shop Now Features Flexible Manufacturing : Ford Motor Company ' s Michigan Truck Plant Body Shop Now Features Flexible ManufacturingFord Motor Company is headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan. It is one of the world's largest automakers, with approximately 318,000 employees in 200 markets on six continents.
added on 06.03.2014. 03:00 in Auto and Trucks

Aluminum Casting Technologies : Aluminum Casting Technologies By: Alexander Xiavier Aluminum Casting Technologies and Cost effectiveness Aluminum is the established metal of choice for the production of light weight components in the automotive, aerospace and transport industries. Casting liquid aluminum alloys into metal moulds using processes such as gravity, low pressure and high pressure die casting is a cost effective means of producing complex shapes that require minimal machining.
added on 12.11.2016. 19:00 in Auto and Trucks

Breeding Gouramis : Breeding Gouramis By: William Berg Gouramis are a quite popular chocies among fish hobbyists. For novice fish breeders, breeding gouramis can be an appealing challenge.
added on 03.07.2014. 02:00 in Family

Breeeding Oscar Fish : Breeeding Oscar Fish By: William Berg The Oscars, or Astronotus ocellatus, from Cichlidae family, are fairly easy fish to breed. All you need is pretty much leaving them alone and letting them do their thing if you lucky enough to get a pair.
added on 04.07.2014. 03:00 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

Interview With A Plant.: Stop Planticide! : Interview With A Plant. : Stop Planticide! By: Sher Holloway Recently I had the opportunity to sit down with the infamous plant activist, John Ivy.
added on 20.02.2016. 18:00 in Family

Voting Pro-Environment is Good For Jobs, Health, and Security : Voting Pro-Environment is Good For Jobs, Health, and Security By: Mark Jeantheau There are many issues on the minds of US voters these days, but according to national polls, the environment ranks . .
added on 01.12.2016. 14:00 in Family

Growing Great Asparagus : Growing Great Asparagus By: Jean Fritz I went out to feed the birds this morning - the temperature was comfortably above freezing, and a downy woodpecker was telegraphing his territorial rights on the nearest utility pole. I realized it was time to feed the asparagus.
added on 07.03.2016. 15:00 in Family

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

Country Christmas Idea: Milkweek Pod Poinsettia Ornaments : Country Christmas Idea: Milkweek Pod Poinsettia Ornaments By: LeAnn R. Ralph Country Christmas Idea: Milkweed Pod Poinsettia Ornaments At first glance, milkweed plants and poinsettias don't seem to have much in common.
added on 12.02.2015. 18:00 in Family

Do You Know What's Really In Your Pets Food? : ou Know What's Really In Your Pets Food? By: Dawn Jenness The pet food industry, a billion-dollar, unregulated operation, feeds on the garbage that otherwise would wind up in landfills or be transformed into fertilizer. The hidden ingredients in a can of commercial pet food may include road kill and the rendered remains of cats and dogs.
added on 02.04.2015. 20:00 in Family

Easter Party Ideas : er Party Ideas By: Rachel Webb Easter marks the start of spring and is a sacred holiday for Christians throughout the world as it signifies when Jesus Christ was resurrected from the grave to live again. But where did the Easter bunny and eggs fit into the Easter tradition? The rabbit and eggs were actually symbols of fertility, immortality and new life to commemorate Christ's resurrection.
added on 28.04.2015. 22:00 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

Chosing Organic for Health : Chosing Organic for Health By: Marjorie Geiser, RD We come from a society where growing organic and just growing produce and livestock for food was once one and the same. Small, family farms still grow their own food using traditional methods passed down through the generations.
added on 08.07.2015. 21:00 in Food and Drink

Herbs: Growing Your Own : Herbs: Growing Your Own By: Andy Wiley The first thing you need to do when deciding to create your own Herb Garden is to decide on the size of the plot of land you want to use. This will depend on what herbs and how much you want to grow.
added on 03.09.2015. 06:00 in Food and Drink

Tea at Sea : Tea at Sea By: Ieuan Dolby Marylyn Monroe famed amongst other things for her love of Tea once said that, " World Peace would be with us if politicians drank tea at meetings " - or something to that effect. And she was very true in her words, very true indeed.
added on 11.02.2016. 23:00 in Food and Drink

Aromatherapy & You : Aromatherapy & You By: Lisa Maliga Aromas are inescapable! Think about how you encounter them on a daily basis from roses in the garden, a cup of steaming mochacchino or soothing jasmine tea, basil that permeates spaghetti sauce, and fresh citrus juices. Noses detect hundreds of scents a day, and of those, the aromas of plants, fruits, barks and roots are able to do more than just feed us.
added on 31.05.2016. 12:00 in Health

Dandelions! This Common Weed is a Wonderful Spring Tonic : Dandelions! This Common Weed is a Wonderful Spring Tonic By: Cori Young Those Glorious Dandelions! Dandelions Taraxacum officinale (composite family) Spring is coming! Starting about this time every year I find myself craving bitter flavors. My body is longing to cleanse itself of toxins accumulated over a long winter of holiday indulgence, rich foods and various colds & flus.
added on 28.01.2014. 14:00 in Health

Are Herbal Remedies Safe : Are Herbal Remedies Safe By: Loring Windblad " Natural " does not necessarily mean " Pure " . " Herbal based " does not necessarily mean it is 100 percent herbal in makeup.
added on 12.03.2014. 09:00 in Health

Just What Is Pharmaceutical Grade Fish Oil? : Just What Is Pharmaceutical Grade Fish Oil? By: Dave Woynarowski, M. D.
added on 28.03.2014. 01:00 in Health

Five Instant Ways to Reduce Environmental Stress - Part 2 : Five Instant Ways to Reduce Environmental Stress - Part 2 By: Ed Sykes It's time for part two of the series to reduce environmental stress in your life. In Five Ways to Reduce Environmental Stress - Part One, I shared with you five ways you can immediately reduce stress by controlling your environment.
added on 08.05.2014. 18:00 in Health

Researching Glyconutritionals (a.k.a. Glyconutrients)? : Researching Glyconutritionals (a. k.
added on 05.07.2014. 04:00 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

Herbs as medicines. : Herbs as medicines. By: Danny & Susan Siegenthaler Herbs or medicinal plants have a long history in treating disease.
added on 30.01.2016. 21:00 in Health

You Are What You Eat - Genetically Modified Food : You Are What You Eat - Genetically Modified Food By: Patty Apostolides Whenever we sit down to eat, we assume that the foods we consume are good for us, like milk, vegetables, fruits, and grains. Well, think again.
added on 31.01.2016. 22:00 in Health

Health Thoughts Living on the Health Minimum Wage? : Health Thoughts Living on the Health Minimum Wage? By: Nick James Random thoughts taken from valuable sources, what many nutrition experts consider to be the most important nutrients and health habits a person should have to help them stay healthy long term. We would categorize them into the following areas.
added on 17.09.2016. 11:00 in Health

Wild medicine and Tansy cakes : Wild medicine and Tansy cakes By: Simon Mitchell It started with the Tansy cakes. I had to ask myself 'Why would anyone eat anything so utterly disgusting in taste'? Chrysanthemum Vulgare is a common perennial in the British Isles and the name Tansy is said to be derived from the Greek 'athansia', meaning 'immortal'.
added on 30.01.2016. 02:00 in Health

Subtle Body Imaging Systems : Subtle Body Imaging Systems By: Simon Mitchell Work with electrical fields that surround animals and plants suggests the presence of an energy body. Studies using Kirlian photography show energy fields surrounding physical objects although there is still some debate as to what these actually are.
added on 31.01.2016. 03:00 in Health

The Cancer Research Industry : The Cancer Research Industry By: Simon Mitchell Many volunteers world-wide commit themselves to raising funds for cancer research and cancer charities. Many hundreds of thousands more work in the industry as carers, or researching, prescribing, diagnosing and manufacturing drugs.
added on 09.02.2016. 12:00 in Health

Death, Aging, Rejuvenation (Part 2) : Death, Aging, Rejuvenation (Part 2) By: Aleksandr Kavokin, MD,PhD Death Death. Why it happens? Why do we die? Why do animals die? Why do plants die? What is the need of this? In my opinion mechanism of death was selected during Evolution.
added on 24.04.2016. 15:00 in Health

Ecological Engineering - We Can Reshape This World! : Ecological Engineering - We Can Reshape This World! By: Billy I Ahmed Human have always shown remarkable skill, innovation and ingenuity when faced by environmental hurdles. Instead of competing with or opposing the environment, they cooperate with it by resorting to 'ecological engineering', Ecos, co-evolution and the ecological paradigm.
added on 26.08.2016. 19:00 in Health

Setting Up Your Office For "Health" : Setting Up Your Office For "Health" By: Dr. Loretta Lanphier, ND, CCN, HHP If you work and are spending one third to one half of your day in an office setting then your surroundings there are as important as those in your home.
added on 07.02.2015. 13:00 in Health

Has Chemical Overload Got You Tired And Sick? Could The Solution Be In The Plants, Flowers and Trees? : Has Chemical Overload Got You Tired And Sick? Could The Solution Be In The Plants, Flowers and Trees? By: Sandra Richardson Since the beginning of our creation, the plants, flowers and trees have been with us. Even at our most primitive, we relied on them for their profound healing abilities.
added on 15.06.2015. 22:00 in Health

Decorating, Where There's a Will There's a Way : Decorating, Where There's a Will There's a Way By: Mike Yeager Decorating anything is one of the easiest things in the world! And when it comes to decorating your home, if one has a will and there is always a way. It helps, of course, to know about materials, including building materials, textiles and fabrics and furnishings including antique and modern furnishings.
added on 20.08.2015. 16:00 in Home Improvement

Feng Shui for Your Health and Vitality : Feng Shui for Your Health and Vitality By: Rodika Tchi, MSc How many of us wake up in the morning feeling refreshed, happy and full of energy? How many of us, after a few hours in the office, still feel full of energy? Why certain environments uplift our spirits and make us breathe deeper, while others drain our energy? We seem to have forgotten how deeply connected we are with the space we live in and how important is for our well being to live in a balanced environment. As our lives are certainly not getting easier, the need to create a healthy and vibrant home environment cannot be overestimated.
added on 09.10.2015. 18:00 in Health

Isoflavones Help Alleviate Menopausal Symptoms : lavones Help Alleviate Menopausal Symptoms By: ARA Content However, Independent Study Finds That All Isoflavone Supplements are Not Created Equal (ARA) - As baby boomers age, large numbers of women are entering menopause. Doctors often prescribe hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to alleviate symptoms associated with menopause.
added on 10.01.2016. 15:00 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

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

Aluminium Conservatories : Aluminium Conservatories By: Garry John The conservatory is a popular addition to homes around the world and in particular in colder climates. Conservatories began their existence in the 1700s as Dutch farmers looked to find ways of protecting their plants during the colder winter months.
added on 15.07.2016. 09:00 in Home Improvement

How to Water Your Houseplants Wisely : How to Water Your Houseplants Wisely By: Kori Puckett Over watering ranks first in causes of houseplant demise because it causes roots to rot. Most plants are tough so they can recover from under watering with only the loss of a few leaves -- unless you wait too long and pass the point of no return.
added on 16.08.2016. 17:00 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

Geranium Plants : Geranium Plants By: Linda Paquette The geranium that brightens your landscape with its brightly colored flowers may be one of two different species. If you successfully over-wintered your geranium, chances are it is an herbaceous perennial from the genus Geranium.
added on 05.09.2016. 13:00 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

What is Compost Tea? : What is Compost Tea? By: James Ellison Organic gardeners all know compost is fantastic stuff. But now, there's something even better and that's compost tea.
added on 13.09.2016. 21:00 in Home Improvement

How To Prevent Damping Off : How To Prevent Damping Off By: Marilyn Pokorney Damping off is the single term used to describe underground, soil line, or crown rots of seedlings due to unknown causes. The term actually covers several soil borne diseases of plants and seed borne fungi.
added on 25.09.2016. 09:00 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

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

Chinese Plants : Chinese Plants By: Wong Yee Lee Chinese people value trees and flowers as much as westerners do. Plum flowers are fragrant and beautiful.
added on 05.11.2016. 02:00 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

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 Avocado : How to Grow Avocado By: Hans Dekker Fruit gardening and vegetable gardening is a very exciting venture. Growing Avocado's was one of the challenges I took on as a hobby fruit and vegetable gardener.
added on 26.12.2016. 05:00 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

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

Winterizing Your Pond : Winterizing Your Pond By: Brett Fogle For many parts of the country, it's getting to be that time of year again. Time to start thinking about getting your fish and plants ready for old man winter.
added on 12.03.2014. 09:00 in Home Improvement

To Salt or Not to Salt Your Pond... : To Salt or Not to Salt Your Pond. .
added on 17.03.2014. 14:00 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

How to use Home Decor Accessories to Create a New Look in a Room : How to use Home Decor Accessories to Create a New Look in a Room By: Claire Bowes Apart from complimenting your newly painted walls with soft furnishings and effective flooring, home decor accessories in a room are just as equally important. Accessories ranging from flowers in a contemporary vase to art pictures hanging on your walls, all add the finishing touches to any room.
added on 30.04.2014. 10:00 in Home Improvement

10 Quick Ways to Change Your Fire-less Fireplace from a Black Hole to a Worthy Focal Point : 10 Quick Ways to Change Your Fire-less Fireplace from a Black Hole to a Worthy Focal Point By: Susan Penney Everyone loves a fireplace aglow with a roaring fire or flickering embers. But your fireplace need not be a gaping empty hole--like a picture frame without a picture - -those times you choose not to have a fire.
added on 03.05.2014. 13:00 in Home Improvement

The String Algae Blues... : The String Algae Blues. .
added on 05.05.2014. 15:00 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

Funniest Pond Stories - Part 1, May 2004 : Funniest Pond Stories - Part 1, May 2004 By: Brett Fogle Get ready for some gut-wrenching, laugh out loud hilarious pond stories from all over the world. .
added on 09.05.2014. 19:00 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

When And How To Prune Roses : When And How To Prune Roses By: David G. Hallstrom The following article was written by David G.
added on 02.06.2014. 19:00 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

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

Bare Root Roses : Bare Root Roses By: David G. Hallstrom The following article was written by David G.
added on 12.06.2014. 05:00 in Home Improvement

Country Home Accessories : Country Home Accessories By: Lisa French Country home décor is the most sought after home interior and it's no wonder since country décor invites a casual friendly lifestyle. Make sure you carefully study the specific style, and color scheme then carefully coordinate the colors of each element of your country décor.
added on 09.07.2014. 08:00 in Home Improvement

Turn Your Patio Into A Voluminous Vegetable Garden : Turn Your Patio Into A Voluminous Vegetable Garden By: Jill Homer My first apartment was a second-story condo in an urban complex, far displaced from the groomed suburban landscapes and sprawling gardens I had grown up with. My only connection to the outdoors was a small porch, surrounded by brown siding and a fading carpet of artificial turf.
added on 21.07.2014. 20:00 in Home Improvement

Funky Garden Plants 2 : Funky Garden Plants 2 By: Valerie Garner What's a perennial garden plant that blooms in the winter? A hellebore! It is an outdoor plant that is shocking to see blooming sometimes in the snow. There are many varieties.
added on 31.07.2014. 06:00 in Home Improvement

Gardeners: Contain Yourselves! : Gardeners: Contain Yourselves! By: Debbie Rodgers Whether you live in a tiny city apartment or on a large country estate, gardening in containers is a way to add colour and the beauty of nature to your surroundings. The three main elements of creating successful containers gardens are: Choosing the pots Getting the right planting medium Selecting the plants In all of these elements, the key is to create a healthy growing environment for the plant roots.
added on 25.08.2014. 07:00 in Home Improvement

Tips On Starting Plants From Seed : On Starting Plants From Seed By: News Canada For many people, it's the preferred way to begin a garden. (NC)-If you only draw on local resources of bedding and potted plants, you're likely missing a huge variety of plant types .
added on 22.09.2014. 11:00 in Home Improvement

The "Environmentally Friendly" Lawn : "Environmentally Friendly" Lawn By: News Canada Organic or conventional fertilizer? (NC)-A well-maintained lawn acts like a giant air filter, constantly removing pollutants and carbon dioxide, and replenishing the oxygen supply. A lawn is a valuable addition to every home environment, regardless of its size.
added on 25.09.2014. 14:00 in Home Improvement

Could Your Garden Pass A Soil Test? : d Your Garden Pass A Soil Test? By: News Canada (NC)-How well do you know your soil? It's an important question for the health of the plants in and around your house. Good soil does more than provide a foundation for roots to grab on to.
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'Re-tiring' Old Mulching Routine Paves the Way to Ten Worry-Free Years : tiring' Old Mulching Routine Paves the Way to Ten Worry-Free Years By: ARA Content (ARA) - The yearly routine of digging up last year's mulch and replacing it with a fresh supply can be time consuming, messy and expensive. But one new product can put consumers on the road to a full decade of worry-free mulching -- and that road is paved with recycled rubber.
added on 21.10.2014. 16:00 in Home Improvement