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  1. Gardening is a form of natural art.
  2. Gardening is a favorite pastime of people around the world.
  3. Gardening - An online resource for lovers of gardening. (Web site)
  4. Gardening is a catalyst for well being. (Web site)
  5. Gardening is a creative and spiritually nourishing pastime. (Web site)


  1. A garden is a planned space, usually outdoors, set aside for the display, cultivation, and enjoyment of plants and other forms of nature.
  2. The Garden is a synthesis between a 19th century landscape garden and a display of plants in systematic and plant-geographical arrangement. (Web site)
  3. The garden was a cross between trial grounds and a botanical garden.


  1. Gardens are a magical part of family life.
  2. Gardens are a microcosm of the environment. (Web site)
  3. Gardens are a significant proportion of the fabric of urban areas in the UK, comprising 19–27% of land use ( Smith et al. (Web site)
  4. Gardens are beautiful places to relax in.
  5. Gardens are beautiful, bountiful works of art.

Gardening Tools

  1. Gardening tools are essential for maintaining your garden but it is not really necessary to spend a lot on buying garden tools.

Botanical Garden

  1. A botanical garden is a collection of plants--but not just any random selection of plants.
  2. A botanical garden is a place in which plants are grown and displayed primarily for scientific and educational purposes.
  3. A botanical garden is a type of garden where a wide variety of plants are grown both for scientific purposes and for the enjoyment and education of visitors.
  4. A botanical garden is a type of garden where plants are grown both for scientific purposes and for the enjoyment and education of visitors. (Web site)

English Garden

  1. English Garden is a family-owned business that has been designing and building Garden Sheds, Gazebos, Cabanas and Bunkies for over 30 years. (Web site)

Forest Gardening

  1. Forest gardening is a concept that was developed in England by Robert Hart.
  2. Forest gardening is a term coined by Robert Hart of Shropshire, England.
  3. Forest gardening is a term coined.
  4. Forest gardening is an important element of permaculture. (Web site)

Garden Feature

  1. The water garden feature not only greatly enhances the loveliness of the garden but also creates the calming, gentle rhythm of the flow of water.
  2. A certain facet of a water garden feature that most people are unaware of is employing this water feature to disguise or hide imperfections in the garden.
  3. The water pump is the heart of any water garden feature, and without a good one, your garden pond will be starved of critical, life-giving oxygen. (Web site)


  1. Fruit is a thin bean with several dark, hard seeds. (Web site)
  2. The fruit are typical of Bradley, tart and sweet.
  3. The fruit is a capsule composed of several united follicles, each containing numerous seeds; in some species (e.g. (Web site)
  4. The fruit is a small, hoary berry, green turning to purple-black.

Garden Plants

  1. The AHS A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants is an essential reference for all gardeners, from novices to experts.
  2. Old-fashioned roses are truly some of the best shrubs for our area and are quintessential cottage garden plants.
  3. An illustrated, complete book of garden plants.


  1. A greenhouse is a building where plants are cultivated.
  2. A greenhouse is a glass-built building for growing plants.
  3. A greenhouse is a good way to grow tropical plants in a colder climate. (Web site)
  4. A greenhouse is a responsibility rather like a dog or cat, for no day goes by without its inhabitants demanding some attention. (Web site)
  5. A greenhouse is a structure made of glass or plastic that stores up the sun-s rays in order to simulate the temperatures in the spring all year long inside. (Web site)

History of Gardening

  1. History of gardening links from Edwinna von Baeyer's Web pages. (Web site)
  2. The Museum is concerned with Garden History, historic garden tools, the history of Gardening, Garden Design, and gardeners.
  3. An excellent website from Library and Archives Canada devoted to the unique history of gardening in Canada.

African Violet Society of America

  1. The African Violet Society of America is a society of plant enthusiasts who promote the growth of African violets as house plants. (Web site)
  2. If your African Violets turn sick or unhappy, you'll probably want to visit the home site of the African Violet Society of America. (Web site)

Annual Plant

  1. An annual plant is a plant that usually germinates, flowers and dies in one year.
  2. An annual plant is a plant which completes its entire life cycle in one growing season.


  1. An arboretum is a planned outdoor space, usually large, for the display and study of trees. (Web site)
  2. An arboretum is a planned outdoor space, usually of a larger size, intended for the display and study of trees.
  3. The arboretum is one of the most important sections of the garden.


  1. Arboriculture is the selection, planting and care of individual trees, and the study of how they grow and respond to cultural practices and the environment. (Web site)


  1. Backcrossing is a crossing of a hybrid with one of its parents .

Biennial Plant

  1. A Biennial plant is a Plant that takes between twelve and twenty-four months to complete its Lifecycle .
  2. A Biennial plant is a plant that takes between twelve and twenty-four months to complete its Biological life cycle lifecycle. (Web site)
  3. A biennial plant is a flowering plant that takes between twelve and twenty-four months to complete its lifecycle.
  4. A biennial plant is a flowering plant that takes two years to complete its lifecycle. (Web site)

Biological Pest Control

  1. Biological pest control is a method that allows you to control pests and diseases with natural predation rather than chemicals.
  2. Biological pest control is a method that gives your the ability to control pests and diseases with natural predation rather than chemicals. (Web site)

Blossom End Rot

  1. BLOSSOM END ROT - A cultural deficiency created by a lack of calcium. (Web site)
  2. Blossom End Rot is a disease common to zucchini, which causes the blossom end of the fruit to rot.
  3. Blossom End Rot is the result of a lack of calcium in the zucchini plant.
  4. Blossom end rot is a common disorder of tomatoes, the rot appearing as round spots on the blossom end of fruits. (Web site)
  5. Blossom end rot is a common problem of tomatoes, but is also found on peppers, eggplant, squash and watermelon.


  1. BONSAI - The art of miniaturizing trees by careful root and stem pruning and root restriction. (Web site)
  2. Bonsai - The art of growing carefully trained, dwarf plant s in container s. (Web site)
  3. Bonsai are included in most Japanese garden s and enhance their uniqueness and beauty.
  4. Bonsai are included in most Japanese gardens and enhance their uniqueness and beauty. (Web site)
  5. Bonsai are shaped by trimming the branches or by wiring them into new positions. (Web site)

Bowling Green

  1. Bowling Green is a city located in Wood County, Ohio, USA. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 29,636.
  2. Bowling Green is a college town, with 46.6% of the population being between the age of 18 to 24. (Web site)
  3. Bowling Green is the county seat of Wood County[6] in the U.S. state of Ohio. (Web site)
  4. Bowling Green is the largest city to exist in the remnants of this vast wetland. (Web site)
  5. Bowling Green was first settled in 1832, was incorporated as a town in 1855, and became a city in 1901. (Web site)


  1. Branches are bent to create these fanciful forms called espalier.
  2. Branches are cut back to laterals that are at least one-third the diameter of the limb being removed.
  3. The branches are both flat and triangular as are some of my others.
  4. The branches are maybe 1 inch around. (Web site)
  5. The branches are often horizontal and the crowns of the trees are often in hemisphere or in the form of traditional folding fan. (Web site)

Chinese Garden

  1. The Chinese Garden is a sacred place, almost like a temple.
  2. The Chinese Garden was built in 1975 and was designed by Prof. (Web site)
  3. The Chinese Garden was vandalized a few weeks ago: There is now no sign of what was once a ceramic pagoda, a bridge, and a swimming dragon.
  4. The Chinese garden is a beautiful, magical, and peaceful place to be.


  1. Compost is a beautiful, nutritious food for your plants and the key to a healthy organic garden.
  2. Compost is a combination of organic matter which has decomposed until it resembles a rich soil.
  3. Compost is a common name for humus, which is the result of the composting process.
  4. Compost is a common name for humus, which is the result of the decomposition of organic matter.
  5. Compost is a complete and natural food for your soil, it improves its structure, its water retaining ability and its overall health.


  1. Composting is a degradation process brought about by bacteria and fungus organisms. (Web site)
  2. Composting is a fundamental part of organic gardening.
  3. Composting is a great way to help reduce environmental waste, reuse biodegradeable materials, and infuse your garden with natural soil amendments. (Web site)
  4. Composting is a great way to recycle nutrients back into the soil. (Web site)
  5. Composting is a great way to reduce the amount of garbage sent to the landfills by 30% as stated at the Ohio State University website. (Web site)

Container Composting

  1. Container composting - A compost container will protect the contents from the elements 1. (Web site)
  2. Container composting is an approach to composting in a container.

Cottage Garden

  1. A cottage garden is a bit opposite, so if done right, it will compliment nicely.
  2. A cottage garden is a place to experiment, try new plants, save seeds, plant old time favorites, and swap stories.
  3. A cottage garden is one of the easiest gardens to maintain as it has a natural feel. (Web site)
  4. Cottage Garden is a lovely book very entertainingly written by Christopher Lloyd. (Web site)
  5. The Cottage garden is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the views across the countryside.


  1. Subsurface drip irrigation (SDI) uses permanently or temporarily buried dripperline or drip tape located at or below the plant roots.
  2. This Dripperline Kit reduces water loss through evaporation. (Web site)
  3. A dripperline refers to a type of drip irrigation tubing with emitter s pre installed at the factory. (Web site)

Drip Irrigation

  1. Drip Irrigation - the efficient way to water trees and shrubs. (Web site)
  2. Drip Irrigation: A Smart Way to Help Plants Survive Summer Print In my neck of the woods, it’s been about two months without any measurable rainfall.
  3. Drip irrigation is a good watering method for blackberries. (Web site)
  4. Drip irrigation is a great option for easy complete watering.
  5. Drip irrigation is a highly efficient way to water your yard without waste, because it places water at ground level near the base and roots of your plants. (Web site)

Drip Tape

  1. Drip tape is a fancier way of adding water to your soil.
  2. Drip tape is a thin-wall, flat plastic tube that expands under water pressure. (Web site)
  3. Drip tape is a type of thin walled dripperline used in drip irrigation . (Web site)
  4. The drip tape is a flat tape with pre-inserted drippers every 12", the line expands when filled with water.


  1. An emitter is a device used in drip irrigation to transfer water from a pipe or tube to the area to be irrigated.
  2. An emitter is a device used to emit any signal, beacon, light, odor, liquid, fragrance, or any other type of signal. (Web site)
  3. An emitter is also called a dripper and is a device used in drip irrigation.
  4. An emitter is any device used to emit any signal, beacon, light, odor, liquid, fragrance, or the like.
  5. Emitter is a piece I found misfiled in plumbing. (Web site)


  1. ESPALIER - The method of training a tree or shrub as to grow in a pattern. (Web site)
  2. Espalier - To train a plant along a railing or trellis so that the plant grows against the rail or trellis.
  3. Espalier is a fancy word for growing and training plants nearly flat against a wall or fence. (Web site)
  4. Espalier is a method of training woody plants to be more productive.
  5. Espalier is a training technique used to grow plants flat against a wall or fence.


  1. A fernery is a specialized garden for the cultivation and display of fern s. (Web site)
  2. A fernery is a specialized garden for the cultivation and display of ferns .
  3. A fernery is also an ideal garden type for growing in an indoor garden or greenhouse garden.
  4. The Fernery is a wonderful victorian design.
  5. The fernery is a characteristically important section of the garden.

Fruit Tree Propagation

  1. There are two main ways to go about fruit tree propagation.
  2. The original article was at Fruit tree propagation.
  3. Fruit tree propagation by terri tutten report this article.

Fruit Trees

  1. Fruit trees are harbingers of warmer weather. (Web site)
  2. Fruit trees are in stock, Roses are in stock and most of the bulbs have arrived.
  3. Fruit trees are normally composed of a scion grafted onto a rootstock.
  4. Fruit trees are some of our favorite things to grow in the residential garden. (Web site)


  1. The Gardener is a quarterly gardening magazine that provides current, in-depth information tailored specifically to prairie conditions.


  1. Gardeners are good people.
  2. Gardeners are just crazy about tomatoes. (Web site)
  3. Gardeners are like doctors - they bury their mistakes. (Web site)
  4. Gardeners are moving away from the traditional gardens in favor of vibrant colors, dramatic shapes, and lush plantings.
  5. Gardeners are rewarded for their efforts when the plants they have pampered and coddled flower, produce beautiful fruit, and maintain a healthy appearance.


  1. A gazebo is a free standing structure with a roof, often in the form of a cupola, and walls that are open on all sides. (Web site)
  2. A gazebo is a freestanding, open-sided, roofed, outdoor structure that can serve many purposes. (Web site)
  3. A gazebo is a great place for you and your family to relax and entertain. (Web site)
  4. A gazebo is a pavilion structure commonly found in parks, gardens, and spacious public areas.
  5. A gazebo is a pavilion structure, often octagonal, commonly found in parks, gardens, and spacious public areas.


  1. Gazebos - To Build or not to Build, that is the Question So you've made the decision that you would really like a Gazebo.
  2. Gazebos - Your #1 resource for all your Gazebos needs.
  3. Gazebos are an excellent structure to use as a tool for studying culture, and cultural changes. (Web site)
  4. Gazebos are capable of remaining still for days and weeks at a time, waiting for their prey to wander into range. (Web site)

Germination Rate

  1. Germination rate is a way to measure how many of the seeds you have stored are still viable.
  2. Germination rate is the percentage of seed expected to grow and produce grass.


  1. The graft was attacked by insects or disease. (Web site)
  2. The graft was not properly covered with grafting wax. (Web site)
  3. The graft was shaded too much by other growth. (Web site)


  1. Grafting is a method of plant propagation by which one woody plant is mechanically attached to another so that the two eventually fuse together. (Web site)
  2. Grafting is a method of plant propagation widely used in horticulture where the tissues of one plant are encouraged to fuse with those of another.
  3. Grafting is a rather difficult method of propagation and requires considerable skill.
  4. Grafting is a way to change a large tree from an old to a new variety.
  5. Grafting is one of the most interesting forms of plant propagation. (Web site)

Green Roof

  1. A green roof is a green space on top of a building.
  2. A green roof is a roof of a building which is partially or completely covered with plants.
  3. A green roof is a roof that is covered with vegetation.
  4. A green roof is a rooftop layout of vegetation, a growing medium, and a water proof membrane that protects the actual roof. (Web site)
  5. The term "green roof" may also be used to indicate roofs that utilize some form of "green" technology, such as solar panel s or a photovoltaic module. (Web site)

Green Roofs

  1. Green roofs are a hot item in architecture. (Web site)
  2. Green roofs are also referred to as eco-roofs, vegetated roofs, living roofs, and greenroofs.
  3. Green roofs are common throughout European commercial and residential areas today, covering over 100 million square feet of rooftops. (Web site)
  4. Green roofs are still relatively scarce in the United States today but appeared throughout the Midwest prairie homes of decades gone by. (Web site)


  1. A Groundskeeper is a maintenance position.
  2. A groundskeeper is a person who maintains landscaping, gardens or golf courses and their vegetation for appearance and functionality.
  3. A groundskeeper is a person who maintains landscaping, gardens or sporting venues (and their vegetation where appropriate) for appearance and functionality. (Web site)
  4. Groundskeeper is the southwest's premier commercial landscaping contractor with 30 years experience in landscaping maintenance, construction, design,.

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