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Go Garden Guides is one of the fastest growing online resources and communities for gardening, built by gardeners everywhere. The site was founded by Whitney Segura (Louisiana, USA) and also owned by Marion Catubig (The Philippines) and Alexandru Chiuariuc (Romania). Feel free to register and submit a unique garden tutorial today!

10 Misconceptions about Composting

April 3, 2013

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Compost Pile of Juicy Red Earthworms in Soil

  Ten (10) Misconceptions About Composting           Composting can be an involved process, especially for beginners.   There are a lot of stories and television programs that use composting in a humorous or dramatic way. Additionally, there’s a lot of pop understanding about what composting is to begin with that is [...]

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How to Make a Japanese Garden Outside Japan

January 31, 2013

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Article: Making Japanese Gardens, Outside Japan!   Learn for free online how to make a homemade professional do it yourself Japanese Garden, outside of Japan and anywhere you are!       Before you can begin constructing a Japanese garden of your own, you will need to understand what gives the Japanese garden its appeal. [...]

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The Principles of AeroPonics Gardening

November 1, 2012

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Aeroponics gardening can be defined as the process of cultivating crops and plants in an air or mist environment, with vaporized nutrients and without using soil. In aeroponics gardening, crops and plants can be raised and harvested indoors, in contrast to seasonally dependent traditional gardens that often require large amounts of land. Aeroponic systems use [...]

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What Not to Compost

November 26, 2011

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When starting the process to reduce waste recycling and reusing things comes pretty easily, especially when you know what to and what not to compost! You can recycle glass and cans easy enough, some places do waste recycling with plastic too. Some things simply have to be placed in the trash or reused. This includes [...]

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How to Install a Greenhouse Shade Cloth

November 16, 2011

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How to Install a Greenhouse Shade Cloth and Net

Learn How to Setup and Install Greenhouse Shade Cloths and Nets Greenhouses extend the growing season well beyond the cold weather seasons of fall and winter obviously through the provision of the best growth conditions. The most important of these growth conditions is a relatively warm temperature, which should neither be too cold nor too [...]

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7 Tips on How to Use a Greenhouse during Spring

November 11, 2011

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Tips on Using a Greenhouse during Spring

Tips for Using a Greenhouse Garden during Spring Gardening Season Spring is one of the favorite seasons of the year, as the cold of winter is receding and the heat of summer is slowly approaching. The days of spring are usually fresh and sunny, and you will find that growing your plants in your greenhouse [...]

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When Do You Put Hummingbird Feeders Out?

November 1, 2011

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How Do Your Know When to Put the Hummingbird Feeders Out? Humming birds are such beautiful creatures with their iridescent feathers in all colors of the rainbow, delicate beaks and marvelous bodies coupled with unique flying abilities. These wonderful birds also symbolize love, joy and beauty as well as speed. It’s no wonder then that [...]

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How Does a Greenhouse Work?

October 30, 2011

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How a Greenhouse Garden Works

A greenhouse basically works by maximizing the amount of sunlight that the plants receive without overheating them. The sunlight that goes through the transparent walls and roof are filtered, and solar energy is converted into thermal energy. The term “greenhouse effect“, or the process of keeping the atmosphere warm, was coined from the idea of [...]

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How to Design and Maintain a Dry Garden

October 29, 2011

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Dry Gian Saguaro Cactus Plant

If you live in the dry west area of the country, having a dry garden is probably the best you could ever do. This is because the plants are beautiful, take up less water and therefore, thrive in areas that do not get a lot of natural rain water.   What’s more, when you have [...]

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What is Urban Gardening?

October 28, 2011

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Group of Ethnically Diverse Children Planting Urban Rooftop Garden

The traditional garden may not appropriately fit in an urban setting due to lack of space and presence of other factors that inhibit plant growth. However, urban gardening is an alternative solution for green thumbs that does not have enough space to tend their own gardens in the city. Find out below how to have [...]

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