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An apple a day keeps the doctor away. This is only true if the apple that you are eating is 100 percent healthy and free of chemicals. So, how can we make sure that the apple that we are consuming is safe from chemicals? Well, a 100 percent organically grown apple, free of chemically based pesticides and insecticides is your answer.

Here are 6 Tricks in Growing Apples without Pesticide


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1. Select an apple variety

A disease resistant apple is just one- half of the answer in selecting a good apple variety.  The other half is the flavor. In selecting apples, look for apple seeds that were grown and preserved naturally. Heirloom apple seeds are the best to use if you want to grow a disease resistant and flavorful apple tree in your yard.


Climbing roses can make one’s garden stands out and become the envy of many when it is done properly. With these simple tips, you can make different kinds of roses climb into the different areas in your garden making it look like a paradise once your roses starts blooming in your garden.

6 Tips for Having Climbing Roses in Your Garden


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1. Selection

Choosing the type and color for your climbing rose that will enhance the beauty of your garden is the first step if you want to incorporate climbing roses in your garden. After you have decided the type and color of rose that you want to grow, then, it is now time to plant your climbing rose and formulate a strategy on how do you want your roses to grow and where do you want them when your roses starts climbing.


Limited space is not a problem if one is to grow more food in the garden. Even with less space to work with, correct garden management and planning will be the key in the success of small space gardening. Planting and growing the right crops can also lead to a more abundant harvest. So, if you want to grow more food but you only have a small space to work with, then, just follow these tips and you will be surprised at what you can accomplish with the space that you have.


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1. Planning is the Key to Success

Planning is the key if you want your garden to succeed. So, it should be prioritized. If you have a limited space for a garden, growing crops using planters and pots should also be considered. Also, research on what are the best crops to grow if garden space is limited. Look for plants that grow and mature fast and can be harvested in a short span of time. You should also familiarize yourself with crops that can be planted and easily grown in every season.


Growing our own food in the garden is the main reason why we go into gardening. We transform our yards into the best gardens that we can think of. We also grow our most favorite fruits, vegetables, herbs, and sometimes flowers in our gardens. Growing our own food may be the most important aspect in gardening, but another thing that we should also consider and should also be up on our gardening lists are the growing of our very own medicinal plants.

There are so many medicinal plants to choose from if you want to grow your own medicinal garden. But did you know that there are also trees that you can grow in your yard that are considered to be medicinal? If no, then here are 12 of them.

12 Medicinal Trees that You can Grow in your Yard:



1. Alder

Alder leaves as well as its bark can be a cure to tonsillitis, fever, and hemorrhoids. Just boil the leaf and bark of the alder tree and drink it as a tea.



The main reason why gardeners do not usually take tree planting seriously is because of the time it takes for a tree to grow, mature and bear fruits. For a gardener, he would rather grow fruits or vegetables in his garden because this would only take him weeks or months of waiting for his crops to mature and ready to harvest. But there are also varieties of fruit trees that grow really fast. These are the trees that every gardener should consider growing in his garden together with his other garden crops.

Here are 7 Fruit-Bearing Trees That Grow Fast



1. Peach tree

In just a year, this tree can grow up to 15 feet and will start bearing fruits in less than two years, making it a good fruit bearing tree for your garden.