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Planting the right plants along the edge of a path or lawn can reduce garden maintenance. The trick is to pick something that is dense enough to do the job like Storm Agapanthus or any of the Flower Carpet roses. Both will keep the weeds down, the mulch in place, and they are both he caliber of plant 

For a chic, low maintenance arty feel, succulents planted into geometric frames look spectacular attached to vertical surfaces. Moss can also be framed for a lovely textured splash of colour. This is perfect for contemporary urban gardens, where little upkeep is required. For a more blended, integrated 

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Since I began gardening, I have been an intensive-planting gardener. Intensive planting helps to solve common garden problems like soil compaction, drainage issues, and poor yield. In addition, it helps to conserve water, reduce labor, and crowd out weeds, making gardens more sustainable. If I'm being honest, I could 

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Gardening Articles & Gardener's Guest Post Blog @ Go Garden Guides. A lot of countries take advantage of greenhouse gardening these days because there are online stores that sell greenhouse kits as well as people offering services to build larger or more complicated greenhouses. But a couple of centuries back, 

The hectic modern lifestyle leaves little time for the mowing, pulling weeds, pruning, and fertilization that a traditional garden requires. If you long for an outdoor retreat, but lack free time for gardening, low-maintenance landscapes design could be the solution. Choose the Correct Plants. Landscape 

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Ann from SUmo Gardener is giving us her top tips on how to get gardening with children. Guest post Tips for gardening with your Kids. April 5 Likewise, parents are glad that they've found a way for their kids to learn more about the importance of discipline and of taking care of the environment. See 

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The team at Easystore approached me with this guest blog post about garden furniture storage and I said that I'd be happy to post it especially as we'll soon be approaching the Autumn months. I hope Before you pack everything up for the winter, do some maintenance on your storage space. Give it a 

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This month we feature a guest post from multi-award winning writer David Marsden aka The Anxious Gardener. Planting up a There are loads of garden plants you could use for block planting but if your area is large, like mine, you'll want to keep their upkeep and maintenance down to a bare minimum.