Wednesday January 29, 2020

Good life

Gardens in perfect harmony

6th April, 2014
Companion planting is a great way to help your garden thrive.

First, the brave crocus emerges from the cold earth. Then the daffodil hops onto jacket lapels. Now I can't help but catch the heavenly scent of hyacinth on the slightly-warmer-than-yesterday breeze. Spring is here and gardeners everywhere are in a frenzy preparing their patch for the busy year ahead.

GIYers possess an innate respect for Mother Nature, naturally seeking out ways to grow their own vegetables and flowers without negatively affecting the environment. In this...

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