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  • 2). Beautiful Calla Lilies  By : William Berg
    The Calla Lilies are plants belonging to the Zantedeschia genus in the Araceae family. The genus contains seven plant species and they are all commonly referred to as Calla Lillies. Some of them have other common names as well. Zantedeschia aethiopica is also known as giant white arum lily and common arum lily. Zantedeschia albomaculata is sometimes sold as spotted arum lily, and Zantedeschia rehmannii is known as the pink arum lily.
    article related to: calla lily, flower, garden

  • 4). Problem Free Patios, Paving And Paths  By : James Kilkelly
    If you are thinking of creating a patio, courtyard or path within your garden, then I have some helpful information for you. Where to place a path Have a good look at your garden, even if you are just viewing from the comfort of your kitchen, this may give you an idea of where paths should be placed. Viewing a curved pathway, particularly one that wraps behind a border will entice the viewer to exit the house and follow the path to discover what lies at its end.
    article related to: patios, patio, path, paths, paving, design, brick

  • 11). Japanese Maples, The Dwarf Acers  By : James Kilkelly
    I have been known to rant on about how people should try to include more native plants within their garden. However, I would never dissuade someone from including a Japanese maple within his or her garden; on the contrary, I would heartily recommend it. History and colour The image of a Japanese maple in full leaf brings to my mind images of oriental calmness, still water and moss covered mountains.
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  • 15). Making Your First Garden  By : Joe Bella
    The first thing in garden making is the selection of a spot. Without a choice, it means simply doing the best one can with conditions. With space limited it resolves itself into no garden, or a box garden. Surely a box garden is better than nothing at all.
    article related to: gardening tips, gardening ideas

  • 16). Green Grass Cutting: Reel Lawnmowers  By : John Francis
    Many of today's new homeowners are looking for environmentally friendly solutions to yard maintenance. Reel lawnmowers are not a new idea, but they are gaining in popularity. Environmentally conscious homeowners are giving up their self-propelled, petroleum powered mowers for the old fashioned, muscle powered versions in record numbers. Reel lawnmowers differ from typical lawnmowers in several important ways.
    article related to: green grass cutting, reel lawnmowers, gardening, grass, cutting

  • 18). Flower Bulbs  By : J. Brian Keith
    If you're seriously interested in knowing about Bulb Flowers, you need to think beyond the basics. This informative article takes a closer look at things you need to know about Bulb Flowers. Once you begin to move beyond basic background information, you begin to realize that there's more to Bulb Flowers than you may have first thought. Just about every flower gardener will work with bulb plants at one time or another.
    article related to: flowers, bulbs, garden, gardening

  • 21). Garden Stepping Stone Walkways - A How-To  By : Scott Byers
    Do you want to an attractive walkway to lead way to your beautiful yard or garden? Then a great way to give your garden a new look is to try garden stepping stones in your walkway. Stepping stones are often used to give a natural looking walkway to your garden through the front door of your home. Stepping stones are considered as a work of art which give your walkway or garden a personalize signature of your lifestyle.
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  • 24). Leylandii, Pruning, The Law And You  By : James Kilkelly
    Who of you out there has a fast growing Leylandii hedge (golden or green)? Maybe you call it by its Latin name x Cupressocyparis Leylandii or maybe you call it “that damned high maintenance, sunlight blocking hedging”. Please try not to be so hard on this conifer, as evergreen hedges with thick foliage such as Leylandii, can filter out up to 30% of atmospheric pollution.
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