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How to Attract Birds Into My Home Garden | garden birds

How to Attract Birds Into My Home Garden | garden birds

ANIMALS AROUND THE WORLD, Nature Updates, wildflowers
how to attract birds to your home garden You can start birdwatching just by looking out of the window. Many birds visit gardens, and you can affect their number and variety in several ways   Plant native You can put out food for the birds, but it’s even better to do so indirectly by planting bird-friendly shrubs and trees. Try to plant native species,because your visitors are adapted to these. Some shrubs are good for insects, others for shelter, others provide berries – variety helps. A water source Don’t neglect to put out water; the birds will use it both for drinking and bathing. It has been shown that birds with clean feathers are better able to escape predators, so bathing is surprisingly important. Make sure you keep changing the water as often as possib
five Surprising facts you didn’t know about avocados

five Surprising facts you didn’t know about avocados

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Five facts you didn’t know about this popular fruit Are we living in the Age of the Avocado? These days is looks as though every trendy eatery has avocado toast on the menu, guacamole is more popular than ever, avocado smoothies are all the rage, and an avocado rose is a real thing. Avocado is being used as a butter replacement, and recipes for avocado brownies, avocado ice cream, avocado cupcakes, and chocolate avocado pudding are all over the internet.  You know they make a killer egg Ocado and are beloved between guacamole aficionados. You might also know you can feel good eating one, thanks to strong fats and loads of nutrients. But the mighty powers of the avocado stretch farther than you possibly realize. ➤ 1 They’re actually berries. Although their color makes them look like v
How To Plant Jerusalem Artichokes Anywhere | Seasonal Recipe

How To Plant Jerusalem Artichokes Anywhere | Seasonal Recipe

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How To Plant Jerusalem Artichokes Anywhere If you haven’t eaten Jerusalem artichokes before, try them before you plant because some people have trouble digesting them. However, if you’re a fan, they are one of the easiest crops to grow Plant the tubers when the ground is workable in February or March, spacing them 10cm (4in) deep and 30cm (12in) apart. They love a rich but well-drained soil and sunny site, but they will grow in poorer dry, slightly shady conditions too. The harvest will be smaller but they’re so productive this isn’t really a problem. Consequently, they’re a useful crop for eking out a harvest from less-productive garden areas. Plants can reach 2m (6½ft), topped in autumn by small yellow sunflowers. Cut them down to 15cm (6in) once the plants have died to stop them top
Create an apple stepover for Your Garden | nature magazine

Create an apple stepover for Your Garden | nature magazine

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Create an apple stepover Trained low growing apples bring fruit into the tiniest of spaces TRAINING APPLES :  as stepover trees provides a space-saving way of growing fruit in the smallest of gardens. Both attractive and productive, they make the perfect boundary for a veg patch. What is it? A stepover is an apple grown as a low horizontal cordon that can literally be stepped over. Why do it? They’re beautiful as a way of edging beds and bringing fruit into even the tiniest of spaces Which plants should I use? Choose a spur-fruiting cultivar (not tip fruiting, or you’ll be forever pruning away fruit) and a dwarf rootstock. Ask the nursery for a flexible ‘young maiden whip’ (a single-stemmed, one-year-old tree). How much space do I need? Allow about 2m (6½ between trees. How do I do
Choose The Best Compost For Garden Healthy Plants | nature magazine

Choose The Best Compost For Garden Healthy Plants | nature magazine

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choose the best compost for garden healthy plants CHOOSE THE BEST COMPOST, There’s a bewildering array of seed sowing, potting and other composts available. Geoff Hodge explains the differences between them Bagged compost might look and feel pretty similar to the material we make in our compost heaps – so why pay for it, when you can make it yourself? The truth is, seed sowing, potting and other types of bagged growing media are far superior to the homemade stuff. Though ‘garden compost’ is great for improving the soil or using as a mulch, it generally won’t perform well enough to use in pots. Teams of scientists work diligently on the creation of the perfect seed sowing or potting compost, bringing together the optimum ingredients, working out the ideal proportions in which they shoul
Top Tip How To Grow Phlox Flowers | Nature magazine

Top Tip How To Grow Phlox Flowers | Nature magazine

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Top Tip How To Grow Phlox Flowers It’s easy to create a magical carpet of color, WEEDING through an overgrown border of improved clay soil back in the spring, I came across the remains of a perennial phlox or two. Along with ground cover roses, Shasta daisies and day lilies, they’d held their own against a thick mob of grasses, ground elder, nettle and brambles. Good for them I thought, before disentangling my plants and setting them into good, moist soil where they can prosper. Phlox are a pretty and useful group of plants, mainly from North America, with alpine and creeping types for spring and early summer, shade-loving P. prevaricate often known as the wild sweet William and pretty annuals to use as bedding. And there are tall cottage garden perennials flowering from summer to aut
6 Different Houseplants ideas to help your Window Look Gorgeous

6 Different Houseplants ideas to help your Window Look Gorgeous

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Window Look Gorgeous Keep calm and garden on this winter! Here are six different houseplants ideas to help your Window Look Gorgeous 1, BUY NEW HOUSEPLANTS. If you haven’t been to the houseplant section of your garden center for a while, then it’s time to pay it a visit. Pick out something you’ve never heard of before, and give it a new home on your windowsill. 2, GROW ANNUALS INDOORS. If you didn’t bring your own annuals indoors for winter, find a friend who did. Take a cutting from theirs and start some plants of your own. You have nothing to lose, and they just might make good houseplants until spring. 3, CONQUER KITCHEN SCRAPS. This is definitely experimental gardening at its finest. Try to get an avocado pit to sprout some roots, or put a pineapple top in a jar of water. It’s fun
10 Best Indoor Houseplants For Air Purifying – Beautiful Plants

10 Best Indoor Houseplants For Air Purifying – Beautiful Plants

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10 Best Indoor Houseplants For Air Purifying 1, PHILODENDRON 2, GERANIUM 3, HENS AND CHICKS 4, ALOE VERA PLANT 5, ZZ PLANT 6, NORFOLK ISLAND PINE 7, CHRISTMAS CACTUS 8, HAWORTHIA 9, CAREX 10, MEDINILLA Wildflowers Photography tips and tricks houseplants houseplants Some of us may not have the greenest of thumbs, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying all the benefits of houseplants. Not only do houseplants add living beauty to your space, they help purify the air, giving you a boost in both body and spirit. (Though do keep in mind that some houseplants are toxic to furry family members or children, so check Naturemagazine.com or children’s health websites before incorporating greenery into your home.) These ten forgiving houseplants will flourish under the care of even the most forge
5 beautiful wild flowers for Your home garden | wildflowers

5 beautiful wild flowers for Your home garden | wildflowers

Nature Updates, wildflowers
5 beautiful wild flowers home garden, Natural World, beautiful wild flowers home garden Winter Aconite Eranthis hyemalis Wildflowers Photograph Family: Buttercup Family Ranunculaceae Height: 5–15 cm. Flowering time: April-May Some Information About Winter Aconite salisb Family Ranunculaceae. An introduced Perennial. Rare, naturalized from gardens and found in woods, mainly in southern England. Poisonous flowers Jan to march Other same family wildflowers Hepatica, Kashubian Buttercups, Lesser Celandine, Lesser Meadow-rue, Lesser Spearwort, Marsh Marigold, Meadow Buttercup, Monkshood, Mousetail, Multiflowered Buttercup, Northern Wolfsbane, Pasque Flower, Pond Water Crowfoot, Pygmy Buttercup, Ranunculus  Red Baneberry, Shining Meadow-rue, Small Meadow-rue, Small Pasque F
Wildflowers Photography tips and tricks | Wildflowers

Wildflowers Photography tips and tricks | Wildflowers

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I know–tripods are heavy, they take a long time to setup, and can cost a lot of money, but it’s nearly impossible to get sharp wildflowers photographs without one. Nothing keeps your camera more still. Using a tripod will help you get sharper photos by ensuring your camera doesn’t move. But, the tripod helps in another way too: it forces you to be more careful about your composition. Wildflowers Photography When you handhold your camera, there’s a tendency to just snap away, but when you add the tripod, you’ll spend more time thinking about your composition and ensuring your camera is in a very precise position. Wildflowers Photography How to get perfect light wildflowers display some of the most brilliant colors found in nature. And, for good reason– they’re fiercely competing wi
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