WASTE-LESS WORLD PROJECT
I Love Gardening has decided to support Waste-less World: A worthwhile project tackling the damage plastic is doing to our planet. Waste-less World raises funds to build recycling centers in different communities around the world and raises awareness teaching kids how easy and fun it is to recycle by taking action on the impact they can make on our environment and our future.
Bees are Helpful to Your Garden
Bees are helpful to a garden. They love flowers that close at night. This is the reason why bees are only buzzing around during the daytime. Bees are also attracted to the flowers that are bright in color and have a strong fragrance. Because bees help pollinate flowers and plants, they are responsible for the existence of many flowers. Without bees, over 100,000 plant species would cease to exist.
You don't need to be a dedicated composter to reap similar benefits.
Call it cheating, but applying used coffee grounds, eggshells, chopped-up banana peels, and other organic matter directly to your soil (no composting required) can offer plants nutrients as they decompose. For already-growing beds, scatter and bury the items within the first few inches of soil.
Unusual Indoor Plants to Grow at Home
Best Boxwood Shrubs to Plant in Your Garden
This is a high-quality, precision tool that cuts beautifully at all heights (even if your “lawn” is more weed than grass). Although it’s heavy, the self-propelled feature takes the weight off and the larger rear wheels make it easily maneuverable.
I love this mower, and I plan to make room for it in my tool shed!
I whole-heartedly recommend this Premium hose. It’s sturdy, beautiful, easy to use and virtually kink-free. I confess to a liking of good-looking garden tools and I Love Gardening understands the appeal of colorful items.