There are various gardening techniques available depending upon the resources, space and time available to a person. We provide a customized gardening guide which would suite to your needs and to your interest. We have highlighted some of the best gardening techniques which you can inculcate at your home and make it the best place to live in. Here are a few of them.
Lilies will bring beauty, color and fragrance to your garden for many years; they only require you to plant them in the right place and provide for their simple needs. Choose a well-drained location with at least half a day of sunshine. If it’s too shady, the stems will stretch and lean towards the sun; trumpet lilies are the most shade sensitive. Lilies love full sun, as long as the bulbs are deep enough to keep cool when temperatures soar. They also enjoy a mulch.
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'Bonsai' is a Japanese pronunciation of the earlier Chinese term penzai (盆栽). A 'bon' is a tray-like pot typically used in bonsai culture. The word bonsai is often used in English as an umbrella term for all miniature trees in containers or pots, but this article focuses on bonsai as defined in the Japanese tradition.
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Growing minature cacti in containers, makes for an interesting 'look but don't touch' garden. Enjoy the fascinating and varied growth forms of miniature cacti and be amazed by their unusual and vibrant colored flowers. Cacti are some of nature's most beautiful and exotic plants. Most cacti are native to the desert and arid regions, but most species can grow anywhere with a little accommodation.
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The basic principles of gardening outdoors also apply to indoor gardening. One good exception is that you can control your indoor environment. You can control the temperature, the light, and the moisture that is present. This is where many people fail when trying to grow indoor plants. Temperature usually differs between rooms in a home, so where you put your houseplants is important.
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Medicinal plants are very handy and provide excellent treatment of various kinds of diseases. They take up very small spaces. One can make a medicinal plants garden within home premises which will help primary health care of family members as well as people living in nearby area.
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The orchid plants are the most recognized types of plants in the world. People might not know exactly what type of orchid plant it is, but anyone will be able to tell that it is indeed an orchid when they see it. A large part of this popularity stems from the fact that the orchid flower is long-lasting and very elegant with a delicate exotic beauty. This makes orchid plants with their graceful appearance the perfect gift for many occasions.
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Saikei (栽景) literally translates as "planted landscape". It is the art of creating tray landscapes that combine miniature living trees with soil, rocks, water, and related vegetation (like ground cover) in a single tray or similar container. A saikei landscape will remind the viewer of a natural location through its overall topography, choice of ground materials, and the species used in its plantings.
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Flowers for All Seasons – Developing a Seasonal Garden : Making a garden which flowers all year round is not especially challenging. Nevertheless, it does requirements a small care and preparing to make sure that you have a broad range of plants to fill all seasons. Numerous gardeners discover that there are frequently many months when absolutely nothing might be in bloom, even in the summer months.
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At present, growing plants in pot or pot culture has been very popular because of soil- less culture or hydroponics. Where loamy soil and cow dung are rare or not available, especially in desert or urban areas. Pot culture is no longer difficult there because of hydroponics.
‘Hydroponics’ is a process of growing plants in sand, gravels or liquid, with added nutrients but without soil. A very available organic substance is husk of paddy or chaff which is also used as a solid medium of pot culture in case of hydroponics. But there are two main obstacles of country.
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Succulent plants, also known as succulents or fat plants, are water-peretaining plants adapted to arid climates or soil conditions. Succulent plants store water in their leaves, stems, and also in roots. Geophytes that survive unfavourable periods by dying back to underground storage organs such as tuberous roots, corms, bulbs, and rhizomes, may be regarded as succulents.The storage of water often gives succulent plants a more swollen or fleshy appearance than other plants, a characteristic known as succulence.
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