Solar gardening - it’s a phrase that sounds redundant. But, for many people -
especially those living in the frigid, cloudy confines of major cities or northern countries, you
need that little something extra to help inject glorious life into the shrubs and flowers lining
You need the electricity provided by solar power lights and solar fountain pumps
- removing the need for wires and making it infinitely easier to create an autonomous garden with
all the perks you have always dreamed of.
Imagine your garden as a single, autonomous unit - running day in and day out on
the natural power of sunlight. Finely crafted water corridors funnel sparkling light through flower
beds around your home, all powered by a solar fountain pump, solar deck lights and lamps.
If you are looking at starting a new garden, or trying to determine how to
overcome the damaging effects of too little sunlight in your backyard and excessive power bills,
how do you go about putting together a solar garden and harvesting that vital UV light?
It starts, like anything else, with some basic knowledge.
Building a backyard chicken coop can be one of the best investments you'll ever
Not only will you have a self sustained miniature-farm that produces fresh
organic eggs everyday, recycles your food scraps and provides high quality fertilizer, but you'll
also be proud to know that you made something with your own two hands.
Also, building your own chicken coop just makes economical sense. You can build
a chicken coop at just a fraction of the cost of buying a pre-built one. Most pre-built chicken
coops you buy need to be assembled anyway, you're really just paying hugely inflated prices for the
Unfortunately, building your own chicken coop is not as easy as hammering some
wood and wire mesh together. You need to take into account materials, insulation, ventilation,
lighting, positioning, nesting, perches, litter collection and protection from the elements and
This easy to follow guide shows you how to build your own perfect chicken coop.
It doesn't matter if your a master carpenter or a total beginner, if you require a big or small
coop, or if you have a small or big budget.
If you've been wasting your time, money and materials and even health trying to
boost your garden health up till now, then this e-book will show you step-by-step how you can
create the holy grail of plant nutrition - Colloidal Humus Compost - right at home and with less
time, effort and money than you've outlaid up till now.
A Guide To DIY Backyard Worm Farming For Beginners!
A major part of household waste is organic and should not be discarded but kept
and recycled. Worms will eat just about anything that was once living. This includes: leaves, grass
clippings, weeds, all sorts of household food scraps, natural fibre cloth, all sorts of manure
(including dog and cat droppings), paper products and even human hair! Worm castings or ‘poo’ is
one of Mother Nature's best natural fertilisers. You can not over fertilise or ‘burn’ your plants
with castings, simply spread or water onto garden beds and lawns.