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Why your houseplants keep dying and how to fix it
By Audrey Masitsa - 2 months ago

How to create harmony in your garden
By Michelle Langi - 1 year ago

Expert reveals 6 hacks for improving any garden
By Mirror - 1 year ago

A good garden is not a collection of all your favourite plants, elements and structures. Rather it is a product of carefully selected harmonious elements and consistent and comprehensible forms and colours.
An integrated urban farming method that entails a fish pond, a vegetable garden, a poultry house and a rabbit hutch.
Proper arrangement of flowers to achieve all year round beauty and color eludes many
Monochromatic colour schemes use different shades, tints and tones of just one colour. As such, they are some of the easiest schemes to pull off in your garden.
Children will also delight in a timber-edged sandbox or a sunken sand pit which can be turned into a flower bed when they eventually outgrow building sand castles.
Rosemary is also helpful in warding off mosquitoes from your home. In landscaping, it is ideal for a rock garden or the top of a dry wall. You can grow it from seeds or propagate it from an adult plant. It thrives well with little water and lots of light.

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