Have you ever felt envious of your neighbor’s yard? Afterwords, did you try to come up with one excuse or another, as to why you cannot make your home look like that? If you have, yen take the time to read the following article, in order to help make your home look just as good as your neighbor’s, if not better.
Japan is also known for their beautiful and unique garden designs. That’s why other countries are inspired to create their own version of Japanese garden. In fact, even in different houses, lots of homeowners are inclined to have their Japanese garden. Here the top 10 most beautiful Japanese garden from the different countries:
Japanese Garden – Buenos Aires, Argentina
Most people don’t like the idea of gardening because of the cost. Yeah, it could be that gardening can cost you more, especially if you have a bigger space. You may need lots of planters or pots. Aside from that, you will also have to pay for the maintenance like buying manure. However, in today’s modern generation, gardening can be less costly as long as you have the right information how to save. From http://www.ottawacitizen.com/, an article talks about how you can save on the lawn and garden.
When you hear about Guerilla gardening, what comes in your mind? According to http://www.good.is, it is used as a way to protest. Aside from that, it can beautify any surroundings, provide food, as well as strengthen any community. Usually, it is not legal. The plants are planted in a wrong land. Most people say that it is a way of vandalism and trespassing. Below are the famous guerilla gardens:
The Dumpster Garden
Annual vines are great to have for your garden. They add beauty and attraction. Because of this, I wonder what the best annual vines are. Good thing that I have found this blog which listed the best annual vines. First on the list is the Morning Glory. These flowers are in blue, purple, pink, and white. However, the flowers may only bloom every morning. Second is the cardinal vine. It grows fast. It can give you red, pink, and white flowers. Lastly is the cypress vine. It also produces, red, pink, and white colors of flowers. The flowers close when it is already afternoon. The rest of these vines are listed here: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/annuals/annual-vines-for-your-garden/#page=3
Not all plants will grow in your care. There are sensitive plants which really need more attention and maintenance compared to other plants. From balconycontainergardening.com, tips how to take care of these plants are given. A good example is the Mimosa pudica. It is perfect to be placed in the balcony. It has the ability to move. It is also called as “touch me not” plant. Once you touch it, it responds by closing the leaves. You can grow it in the container as long as you will provide it from partial to full sunlight exposure. See to it that it receives 8 hours of sunlight. Do not let it soggy when watering. Lastly, this plant can be outside in zone 11. To know more of this interesting plant, click here: http://www.balconycontainergardening.com/index.php/plants/396-grow-care-sensitive-plant
Photography nowadays is very popular. Almost everybody has their own DSLR cameras. If you want to be one, take the tips from the blog gardeninggonewild.com which is written by Saxon Holt. He said that if you want to be a great garden photographer, you must think like a gardener. But what he means by that? In fact, most of the garden photographers love gardening. You won’t be able to tell the stories of the scene through your camera if you are not in love with gardening. Just as an example given by the author, he planted dark row of arborvitae to give privacy. From that idea or information, he was able to capture a good picture which is more emphasized. Try to look at the picture below:
He has more to share from that article. You can read it here: http://www.gardeninggonewild.com/?p=23481#more-23481