Archive for August, 2011

There are ladies cute garden tool sets in pink, lavender and sky blue if a man couldn't find his own garden?

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

tool set wouldn’t be nice for her to share with him her own garden tool set? : P

If he needed to borrow the garden tool set for some time and since it’s clearly women’s set does that mean he’ll definitely return them back to her on time before his buddies show up and see the set? : P

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    My koi fishes in indoor aquarium to be transferred in outdoor pond?

    Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

    I have 5 small koi fishes (3 & 4 cm. now) staying in my indoor aquarium with filters and aerator. My question is will they be affected much if I transfer them after six months in my currently being upgraded garden pond? The pond is at least a meter deep and 3x5meters wide with waterfall. I live in South Africa and we have mild weathers here. Thanks.

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      How can I protect myself and daughter while gardening in the yard?

      Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

      Besides insect repellent lotions or sprays. Is there anything further I should use to minimize insect bites? Mosquitoes are ramped in my area. And now that the weather is getting warmer, I’d like to some pruning and gardening. Is there anything additional I should do to protect myself and dear daughter?

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        Are you as fed up as I with Chinese made gardening tools and machines!!!?

        Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

        I just bought and used the "Task Force" edge trimmer sold at Lowes. It is a completly useless tool! Don’t even think about buying it! Once again another useless product that I have invested my time and money on made in China. I am taking it back today! Some months ago I purchased a automatic sprayer from ‘Cepia’. In theory this device would have saved me hours of time. But because it is so poorly made I wound up throwing it in the trash after much frustration.
        I myself am now on a crusade to boycott as many Chinese made products as possible…even if it means going without!
        In light of all the hazardous recalls and poor quality, what do you think our government should do, and what do you think we as American citezens should do to rid ourselves of being pretty much conned into buying these products sold by what are supposed to be reputible companies like Lowes and Home Depot?

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          gardening tools that is used to break large-sized stone?

          Monday, August 29th, 2011

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            How To Create a Container Garden on a Budget

            Sunday, August 28th, 2011

            Tom MacCubbin teaches you how to create a container garden on a budget. For more videos and information, go to www.hisandhersgardening.com

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              What's the best plant for someone bad at gardening?

              Sunday, August 28th, 2011

              I’m not exaggerating – I’ve killed an aloe plant, rosemary (twice), even a bamboo that you only have to water once a month! Right now I have a cactus as a gift and I’ve kept it alive for almost 6 months and would like to expand. I’m looking for an indoor plant and get some sun (I’m on the west side of my building). Sometimes I go away for a weekend and don’t really have anyone to water plants for me. Ideas?

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                How to start a garden?

                Sunday, August 28th, 2011

                I have a small flower bed in the front of my home…it is in shade 95% of the time. I would like to plant some flowers or shrubs in there but I have never had a garden before. What tools do I need to begin, and what would work best in that situation?

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                  has anyone heard of a garden tool called hula hoe its for weeds?

                  Saturday, August 27th, 2011

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                    Gardener grows colossal cantaloupe

                    Friday, August 26th, 2011

                    An Indiana homeowner discovered quite a giant garden mystery in his backyard this summer; a 40 pound cantaloupe measuring 45 inches long. This report aired on WANE-TV on August 24, 2011

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