My European Garden

My European-Style garden contains vegetables, flowers, fruits, and plants all mixed together to create a vibrant ecosystem. Gardening is a fulfilling family project that will garden good health for all involved.

5 Ways to Conserve Water in Your Garden

Summer has just started setting in and it is already so hot. The scorching heat will only grow with time and has already started taking a toll on living beings. Like humans, plants too need sunlight but excess of anything can be harmful for them.

How to Kill Lake Weeds – Some Useful Tips

Pond weeds or lake weeds can grow over a water body in no time. You should fear their overgrowth as some like duckweed and can prove to be dangerous for the native species. Such notorious weed species have the potential to disrupt the normal ecosystem and degrade aesthetic value of the region.

How to Keep Your Naughty Dog Away From Your Flowerbeds

Our canine friends love to dig holes in the ground. They make a big mess and often destroy gardens and flowerbeds. Learn how to deal with this problem>

How to Create Your Very Own Edible Landscape In Your Landscape Design

Edible Landscaping is probably the oldest form of gardening and when we are talking and considering edible landscaping we are really returning to our roots by creating something that can not only be beautiful but also provide food for you and your family all year round. When a lot of people think of edible gardening they immediately assume that the only edible food to be found in a garden are vegetables and that you need an allotment or purpose built area to grow and maintain edible plants, vegetables, fruits and herbs. This could not be further from the truth, with a little thought you will be able to integrate your edible plants directly into your landscape, generally without any interruption. Correctly planned an edible landscape will provide you with fresh food throughout all the seasons available at the time when it is ripe and ready to be harvested. You can have an edible garden or landscape either indoors or outdoors, plants that have edible properties, whether it is the plant itself or it fruit or berries, come in a variety of shapes and sizes and will blend in with your landscape with the minimum of fuss.

Inspire Yourself and Others With a Healing Garden Landscape

A healing garden can inspire, not just with the healing plants it contains for medicinal and meditational purposes, but the landscaping of a healing garden can also inspire. Many elements can be used for inspiration, including water features, statues, trees, trellises, flowers, paths, ponds, chimes and sculptures. Almost anything can be used to inspire, depending on the theme you want to project. Here are a few ideas that can be used in your healing garden landscape to create illusions that will inspire:

5 Common Mistakes When Installing Artificial Grass and How To Avoid Them

For those with basic landscaping knowledge and experience installing artificial grass should be quite simple! However, there are a number of common, easy to avoid mistakes many people make when attempting to install artificial grass themselves, therefore we’ve compiled a list of common mistakes and tips on how to avoid them!

How to Create a Family Vegetable Plot

Growing vegetables and fruit can be a project to involve the whole family. Starting your own plot can be possible in the smallest of spaces.

What You Can Get From Using Homemade Organic Fertilizer

For many homeowners who grow plants in any way, using various fertilizers is very common because there are a lot of choices available. Go to a garden shop or even just the supermarket and you’ll find plenty of choices. Unfortunately, a good portion of them will be synthetic.

How to Start a Compost Heap

Creating a compost heap is an easy and clever way of recycling rubbish. A compost heap is good for the environment and will save you time and money. Making one is easy and will last you for years.

You May Also Like