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Great Gardening Blogs
This community is for garden blogs only! Any blog relating to gardening is excepted. Flower gardens, veggie gardens, herbs, houseplants and everything in between.
Veebicommunity millega liitumiseks ei pea tingimata omama aeda! Oodatud on kõik taimesõbrad, toalillekasvatajad ja potipõllumehed. Samuti oleks hea näha ja lugeda ka professionaalsete aednike, taimetarkade ning maastikukujundajate veebilogisid. Eesti aiablogid on tinglik nimetus ühendamaks kõiki, kel armastus taimede ja maa vastu.
Community dei Siti ITALIANI di Piante Carnivore
Questo community si propone di riunire esclusivamente i siti Italiani che trattano le Piante Carnivore!
Attractive, well-designed gardening websites with plenty of gardening information, tips and videos. Growing flower bulbs, perennial plants, roses, wild flowers and herbs including medicinal herbs. Plus information about greenhouses and garden tools, patios, lighting and water features.
Growing Our Groceries
This community is for websites and blogs with topics on vegetable gardening and "growing our groceries". Do you have raised beds? Are you trying to find a way to be sustainable in an urban environment? Join this community and share your knowledge with others!
Join us at Ft2Garden for information on growing vegetables utilizing the raised bed method of gardening! If you have a blog or website and you garden to grow food for your family, join this Community!
Carnivorous Plants Community
For people who grow and love carnivorous plants(CPs).
AS OF 8/22/08 THIS RING IS NOT ACCEPTING NEW MEMBERS
CommunitySurf: Southern Gardens
For all the passionate gardeners and artists in the southern USA.
This is a community for cyber Gardeners. Persoal Gardens on the net
(NO Businesses!)It can be graphical or you own home garden, Displayed
in many ways but must be a garden. It must be family friendly. No
links to porn, hatered, anti_god or violence. You must place the
community html on the page you sign up under.
Palm Trees & Tropical Plants
If you love the look and feel of palm trees and tropical plants, then why not bring them into your home and create your own little tropical paradise? It's easier than you think thanks to this great little community that is getting bigger and better everyday!
In this community you can find tropical plants for sale. Find Palm Trees, Fruit Trees, House Plants, Bamboo, Banana and Strawberry Plants. And even buy Flowering Plants, Orchids and more…
Beekeeping when done right can be an exciting and rewarding hobby and source of income. Before getting into this hobby that is all the buzz, you'll need to be prepared. This community can give a newbie all the tools to get started or can be a great place for seasoned pros to come and find great resources and information.
See why our beekeeping community is always buzzing!
AS OF 8/22/08 THIS RING IS NOT ACCEPTING NEW MEMBERS
This ring is for Jungle Cactus growers/enthusiasts and sites which have bloom pictures, sell, blog or have information on Cacti especially Epiphyllum, Dragon Fruit, Schlumbergera,Echinopsis and all species of cacti. Join the ring and help other growers and collectors find your website!
The World Beekeepers Community
THE!! Beekeepers Ultimate Web Resource
Cercle réunissant les sites persos des cactophiles francophones
Hydroponics can help you grow the garden you've always dreamed of. This community is agreat start for gardeners looking to use hydroponics to get the most out of gardening year round.
Here is where you can Find out about garden hydroponics kits and even learn about homemade hydroponics systems and more. Find books, information, kits, advice - you name itand we've got it here!
Live Birdfeeder Cam
Live Birdfeeder cam from North Pole, Alaska.
its a ring including sites with advice and tips on gardening
Gorgeous Gardens Anywhere You Live
Who says that only those with big backyards can have beautiful, bountiful and fragrant gardens?? No matter whether you’ve got a tiny yard or a teeny tiny balcony; you can have a garden—and a darn nice once at that! Gardening requires a little know how and a lot of creativity. With the right planning, it won’t even require a whole lot of money if you play your cards right!
The misconception that most people have is that in order to grow a garden you need to have a big sprawling space. So not true! Horizontal space isn’t a big deal if you have vertical space! A tiny balcony in the city can be transformed into a colorful oasis using several plants and flowers that grow up as opposed to out. Think ivy or small trees and making as much use of your vertical space as you can. Another plus to that is the privacy that it provides when you’re balcony is surrounded by other people’s balconies. It can make a cold cement patio in the sky feel intimate and relaxing. When shopping for your plants and flowers, be sure to ask or research before hand as to what kind of light and watering needs each plant has so you don’t waste your money on plants that won’t last. And to really add some spice to your garden, choose pots in different colors and textures for a dynamic effect.
The same tips apply if you’re dealing with a small yard; you want to make use of every inch that you can without sacrificing space to move around and enjoy your yard, while maximizing the vertical space as well. This is a great way to hide any unsightly fences or railings too! And don’t think that yard gardens limit you to ground planting, because you can easily add potted plants and shrubs to your yard to mix things up a little. While we’re talking pots; you can save money and find some really unique pots by hitting garden sales, garage sales and even your community paper’s classifieds. One mans junk really can be another mans treasure! Also, just because it’s not gardening season doesn’t mean that you can’t shop for goodies. Buying garden accessories during the off season means big savings and better selection because you know that come spring, it’ll be a race to the garden centers for those who’ve been counting down the days till the first warm day of the season!
If you’re looking for savings on plants, shrubs and flowers; bulb swapping is the way to go. This basically means swapping seeds and bulbs with you garden loving friends and family members so that you can expand your garden without spending a penny! Just swap buts of what you already have. There are also people who advertise free plants in the classifieds and on garden sites who are simply making room for something new and cleaning house. As opposed to pulling out and throwing away the extras, they offer them to others. By taking advantage of these money saving tips, you can have the garden of your dreams for next to nothing!