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How to Start a Small Organic Garden

Posted on February 23, 2018 at 8:30pm 1 Comment

Most home-owners would love a little green patch in their homes, no matter how small the area is. Growing plants or green seems to be good measure for helping make a green environment, leaving a better carbon footprint.

If you don’t know a thing about gardening, it’s always best to hire someone to start the garden for you and get tips. But, short of a budget to hire a…


How to Barbecue the Eco-Friendly Way

Posted on February 19, 2018 at 8:30pm 0 Comments

Backyard barbecue is always fun. It’s especially joyous to do this among close friends and family. It doesn’t matter what you cook — pork, ribs or even vegetables — what matters, these days is that you consider cooking this in the greenest way possible.

For one thing, if you’re barbecuing using coal, maybe it’s time to switch to an electric grill. Make sure to pick one that has low BTU so that it would be most efficient. There are also solar-powered grills, but these…


Versatile Ingredients for Household, Beauty, Food

Posted on February 13, 2018 at 8:21pm 0 Comments


I’ve always loved lemon for its flavor, color and zestiness. The juice is my most preferred drink and would love having it every meal in a tall iced glass. But did you know that there other ways you can make use of a lemon that replaces the need for other chemically made products?

An anti-oxidant and containing high in vitamin C, the juice…


Make Some Preparations Before You Start Building A Garden Shed

Posted on February 10, 2018 at 7:00pm 0 Comments

There are many advantages in building your own garden shed instead of buying a ready one. First of all, you can have a fun experience learning how to build it. And secondly, building turns out to be much cheaper than buying. So you could save some money. It is even truer since prices are keeping going up and up. And if you take your time and check the prices for garden sheds in your local gardening store, you will become even surer that building is the right…


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