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The wise saying that “health is wealth” rings truthfully. It is necessary to be watchful of what to eat and what to do with all aspects of a person’s entire life that comprise but not exclusive to the physical, mental, emotional and psychological make-up. To do the contrary is not only painful to the patient but to his or her family and friends as well as to their pockets and emotions.

The range of expenditures attributable to ailments of any kind is not only expansive but highly expensive too when one is not conscious of holistic health management. Do not wait for a pain or injury to occur, not only because it is so much resource-draining but the complications could become worse. Frustratingly, it might… Continue reading..

Eight Essential Herbs to Start a Herb Garden

Whether it is because of the effects of the economy on your food pantry, or simply because you think it would be fun, starting an herb garden is a great idea. Not only will you have something beautiful and down to earth out back that gives you something to do when you’re not at work, you’ll also be happy to be able to use what things you’ll be growing out there. Eight of the most essential herbs to start an herb garden include the following plants: Basil, mint, dill, parsley, rosemary, tarragon, thyme, and chives. With a little bit of information on each of these herbs, you’ll be well on your way to building the perfect little herb garden for your home.

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Farmville Tips

It is very hard to get the best and biggest farm on FarmVille but if you put in the effort, use these tricks and check back often you will gets lots of money. Also help your neighbors as they might repay the favor if you are away one day.  FarmVille does require you to think and use a little bit of math to plan out your routines but this should be simple.

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FarmVille gives you set amounts of time until your crops can be harvested. If pumpkins take 8 hours to grow, you have an additional 8 hours to harvest after it has finished growing. When you plant make sure you add the same amount of time… Continue reading..

Garden Markers You Can Use

Garden markers are small marking put into your nursery to remind you of the seeds that you simply planted at a specific spot. These markers are very best in nurseries or home gardens where a mixture of seeds are planted. The marking allows you treat the seeds in a different way as per particular necessities of specific plants. It also helps you recognize the vegetation when they bud as it takes some time for the plants to take grow totally and become simply identifiable. Some seeds corporations pre-pack garden nameplates on the seeds box up however most is not going to have this extra. Garden markers may also be made at home by utilizing recycle supplies or pure objects such as rocks. However, making the garden nameplates could… Continue reading..

Gardening calendar: sow basil and plant summer potatoes

basil in crate
Now’s the time to sow basil: it looks great in beds, pots or even crates Photo: Suzanne Long / Alamy

1. Sweet and sow

Sow basil in soil beds or pots in the greenhouse, placing seeds individually into soil/compost at 4in (10cm) spacings. If all seeds germinate, remove half, leaving one plant to grow every 8in (20cm). My favourite is ‘Sweet Genovese’, which has the classic sweet basil flavour, but the punchier Thai basil or small-leaved Greek are also good options, particularly for cooking.

• How to avoid faulty basil

Eight exotic annuals to add colour to your summer garden

Butterfly flower (Schizanthus) brightly coloured flower known as poor man's orchid
Not the usual fare: schizanthus, also known as poor man’s orchid, thrives here  Photo: John Keates / Alamy

Annuals are exciting to grow, simple as that. In fact, growing any plant from seed is a thrill, from the moment the seed leaves first push up through the compost to seeing the first flower open. But annuals are extra thrilling because, for the most part, given the right conditions, they are fast. (A recent sowing of clarkia took three days from sowing to seed leaves – although not

Gardening calendar: sow swiss chard and plant gladioli

colourful stalks of swiss chard
hardy: swiss chard brings zing to a border Photo: Food Centrale Hamburg GmbH / Alamy

  1. Sow hardies: Direct sow hardy annuals – long-producing veg such as Swiss chard, flat-leaved parsley (‘Giant of Naples’), as well as filler flowers (Calendula ‘Indian Prince’ and Nigella hispanica) – for your borders. Rake over the soil to create a fine tilth, and sow in a noughts-and-crosses grid, the lines a foot apart (for most things). Sow one seed every inch or so and then it will be easy to thin seedlings.
  2. Divide and conquer: Tidy up perennial grasses

Gardening calendar: sow swiss chard and plant gladioli

colourful stalks of swiss chard
hardy: swiss chard brings zing to a border Photo: Food Centrale Hamburg GmbH / Alamy

  1. Sow hardies: Direct sow hardy annuals – long-producing veg such as Swiss chard, flat-leaved parsley (‘Giant of Naples’), as well as filler flowers (Calendula ‘Indian Prince’ and Nigella hispanica) – for your borders. Rake over the soil to create a fine tilth, and sow in a noughts-and-crosses grid, the lines a foot apart (for most things). Sow one seed every inch or so and then it will be easy to thin seedlings.
  2. Divide and conquer: Tidy up perennial grasses

Our pick of the best National Gardening Week events

RHS Garden Harlow Carr
RHS Harlow Carr will be hosting activities for National Gardening Week Photo: RHS

For the fourth year running, thousands of people, gardens, charities, culture and heritage organisations will come together to celebrate National Gardening Week. Coordinated by the RHS, the aim of the week is to encourage people to “start something beautiful” by helping to keep their neighbourhoods, environments and shared spaces beautiful through gardening.

New this year is the first ever National Open Gardens Day on April 17. Some of the nation’s most beautiful gardens – that normally charge entry or

The vital importance of woodland gardens

Global interest: Nick Bailey’s plan for the Chelsea Physic Garden includes plants from all over the world, including the Japanese Cercidiphyllum japonicum and the Epimedium sulphureum
Global interest: Nick Bailey’s plan for the Chelsea Physic Garden includes plants from all over the world Photo: Geoff Pugh

Woodland gardens are very much of the moment. But despite our dependence on trees for oxygen, food, clothes, heat and housing, we do very little, beyond tutting into our newspapers, to stem the rate at which forests are being felled. So I welcome the news that the Chelsea Physic Garden opened its new