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Plumeria Obtusa (Singapore Plumeria) Growing Guide

Plumeria Obtusa (Singapore Plumeria) Growing Guide

Globally adored and cultivated for its highly ornamental, sweetly fragranced flowers, Plumeria Obtusa is the perfect pick for any grower hoping to establish a small decorative tree in their landscapes or outdoor spaces.It features delicate 5-petalled flowers with yellow throats that bloom in bouquet-like clusters amidst leathery, dark-green glossy teardrop-shaped leaves and an attractive form.Here […]

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Essential Tools for Cutting Trees

8 Essential Tools for Cutting Trees

Cutting down a tree should be approached with extreme caution. Because of this, it is typically recommended that you seek the assistance of a qualified expert or tree service to complete the task.However, you will need to invest in the appropriate tools for cutting trees and supplies for the task at hand if you plan on […]

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How to Grow Grass – Ultimate Grass Growing & Care Guide

How to Grow Grass – Ultimate Grass Growing & Care Guide

to grow grass is one of the most basic yet essential knowledge in the gardening world. Looking at your average garden lawn, you might think there’s a simple plant that does all the work.  However, lawns are complex ecosystems made from multiple types of grass, harboring mosses and small weeds which help to create a […]

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Types of Bees Your Guide to Understanding Bees

Types of Bees | Your Guide to Understanding Bees

It’s hard to imagine a world without bees and there are many different types of bees. In fact, our world and lifestyle as a species would be drastically altered if the humble bee was no longer around.  They form an invaluable part of our ecosystems and contribute heavily to many different lifeforms. Most of us probably […]

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New Sod Care Guide – When to Mow, Water and Fertilize

New Sod Care Guide – When to Mow, Water and Fertilize

There are few things that transform a garden faster than laying new sod, thanks to the instant green carpet that goes down in minutes. In this article, we’re going to look at new sod care from a few different standpoints. Not just how to care for new sod, but when to do it too.New sod […]

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How to Grow Potatoes At Home

How to Grow Potatoes At Home

There is no gardener on this green planet who could portray anything but admiration for the humble potato, but despite being one of the oldest vegetable crops known to humans (and the first recorded vegetable to be deliberately bred and hybridized) these boring old spuds still manage to get the best of even seasoned gardeners.In […]

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