Creating The Perfect Guest Room In Your Home

There are many people who have a spare room in their home that is filled with junk and not really used for anything constructive. If this sounds like you, it is well worth considering clearing out the junk and creating a guest room. This is ideal if you tend to have family...

Gardening tips: plant elephant’s ears

Then sow poached egg plants and join a plant society to meet likeminded gardenersPlant this Bergenias, or elephant’s ears, can tolerate shade, especially in tricky places such as under trees. ‘Overture’ has magenta flowers in spring and burnished red leaves in autumn and winter; or try ‘Bressingham White’. Pair...

Red Raider Moving Amarillo Texas

Red Raider Moving AmarilloAre you a home or business owner that needs to move your possessions quickly and safely without breaking the bank? Look no further than Red Raider Moving. We are based in Amarillo, TX, and we provide nationwide moving services.Household MovingIs there anyone out there that actually likes moving? We are willing to...

Guide To Decorating Your Living Room

Decorating a living room is like giving it a quick makeover or a facelift.  Remove the old, bring in the new and give your space a new, fresh look. This job can be pretty daunting when it comes to planning some makeovers.They should reflect your individuality, your exclusive...

Plant jerusalem artichokes now for a plentiful supply

Our gardening expert on the divisive tubersJerusalem artichokes tend to divide people. To some they are the devil’s work, whereas others can’t get enough, particularly at this time of year, when the tubers have been mellowed and sweetened by frost. I fall firmly into the second category....

It’s time to hang out your bird boxes

Plant a juneberry or visit one of thousands of private gardens that open to the public for charityPlant this Take advantage of the current tree planting season to add juneberry (Amelanchier lamarckii) to your plot. A tough cookie that suits most garden settings, it offers spring blossom, edible...

Why I’ve turned my house into a home for rescued plants

I like to feel that I’m rescuing them, but maybe it’s the other way aroundThere’s a greenhouse at the back of my local garden centre where they keep the big houseplants and each one is carefully labelled: “Plant”. I buy one at a time to avoid ongoing...

How to buy and set up a tall cold frame

It’s a big investment, but you’ll reap the rewards if you sow and grow under glass, says our gardening expertEvery gardener dreams of one day owning a greenhouse. It is an inevitable path that starts with a bit of fleece and the miracles of growth that happen...

How to get the best harvest from seed potatoes

Our gardening expert on the case for chitting spuds before planting themIt is most likely too late to debate whether to chit or not. Across the land, egg boxes are full of sprouting potatoes willing on the first good days of spring. There is something so pleasing...

How to get your garden ready for March

Sow chillies now but otherwise it’s time to do some plotting and planningThank God January is almost over: it is never an easy month and is made worse by the desperate need to do something, anything, in the garden combined with the ability to do very little....

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