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Strawberry Cultivation Ways in the Greenhouse

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The cost of equipment and materials, the complexity and frequency of care, and the amount of the harvest depend on the method of planting strawberries in the greenhouse. read more →

How to prepare the greenhouse for the autumn and for the spring

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The greenhouse gives an opportunity to grow heat-loving plants or simply get a crop of vegetables much earlier than the weather-climate conditions allow. But the heat which can be combined with humidity microclimate inside the greenhouse can contribute to the cultivation of pests and pathogens that can overwinter and destroyed the crop of the next year. That is why the greenhouse should not be cleaned up in simply way but also treated with special means after the end of the season in the autumn and in the spring before planting starts. read more →

Home Greenhouse Disease And Pest Control

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Home Greenhouse Disease And Pest Control

Growing in a home and in general greenhouse gardening is a lot more fun now than it was 50 years ago. Since then there have been many drastic changes in greenhouse management. read more →

How To Grow Your Own Food In A Backyard Greenhouse

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Using a Backyard Greenhouse in your garden is one element of leisure activity. And there are also many crops which can be grown outdoors in the greenhouse.

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Greenhouses – Any Gardeners All Weather Friend

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All Weather Greenhouses

All Weather Greenhouse is meant to replicate any type of climate from around the world based on the plant’s needs. That is its purpose. Therefore, you must be clear on the variety of plants that you intend to build the greenhouse for, you should also know exactly what their environmental needs are. Apart from this, plants react differently to different seasons, pay close attention to their seasonal needs. Pay attention to what is happening with your plants during different seasons. read more →

Gardening in Small Spaces

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Gardening in Small Spaces

Limited Area Gardening

Where garden space is very limited (small space gardening), consider wide-row planting of vegetables. Wide-row planting is simply a matter of broadcasting seeds in bands anywhere from 10 in. to 3 or more feet wide instead of a single band on each row. With the wide row system, more square feet of garden space is actually producing vegetables and less space is left for cultivation between the rows. With this method, production will usually more than double. read more →

Introduction To Small Hydroponic Greenhouse Gardening

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Hydroponic Greenhouse

Gardening inside greenhouses has already been proven to yield good harvest, but if you use hydroponics in a greenhouse, the benefits are multiplied. Hydroponic greenhouse doubles or even triples the harvest you can make from the same area using the usual gardening system. read more →

Orchid Greenhouse

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Orchid Greenhouse

An Orchid Greenhouse is a greenhouse dedicated to the breeding and nurturing of Orchid plants.  There are four basically types of Orchids: terrestrial orchids grow in the ground, while epiphytes grow on trees; usually establishing themselves is the joint where a branch is growing from the trunk. A third type of orchid is the Lithophytes, or air-growing Orchid, which grows on rocky surfaces. While the fourth type of orchid is the Saprophyte Orchid which also grows on air, but uses decaying vegetation as its base. Orchids grown in an orchid greenhouse are usually Lithophytes, Saprophytes, or terrestrial. Although you can easily obtain samples of all types from various greenhouses. read more →

A Practical Guide To Greenhouse Gardening

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Greenhouse gardening is what most gardening enthusiasts will develop for growing exotic plants as greenhouses, giving you the chance to garden all year round irrelevant of the temperatures. Thus gardening lovers can still continue their activities and enjoy all types of flowers and plants year round. read more →

Designing the country plot

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Landscape Design: Designing the country plot

Here are some tips of designing country plot or designing country gardens. The process of the greenhouse designing can be easily compared to the science that can evolve every next year. In addition to all the design of the greenhouse is also the art. That means that we do not just follow certain rules according to the science but also create beautiful and cozy suburban “nest” where it is very nice to take the rest from the noises of the city.

Your deep desire to refine the newly acquired piece of the land is understandable but however our suggest is that you should not rush with taking the shovel into your hands and proceed to the improvement of the greenhouse. The first thing that you have to begin with should be to carry out serious preparatory work. Also it is necessary to think over all the details of planning from A to Z.

Designing  country plot: What exactly should be the beginning of the planning of the greenhouse?

Let’s do everything according to the rules and start planning with a phased analysis of the territory. Only after that necessary step it will be possible to start drawing up the plan of the future greenhouse and finally give the space of your imagination of how and where exactly you are going to build the house and then the following elements of your future “paradise”. A little further away somewhere in the shade of the fruit trees the cozy gazebo will be placed and somewhere there in the shade of the sun the beautiful flowers will be settled on the flower beds. But all of this are going to be later but now I will tell you what factors you need to take into the consideration before you start designing the greenhouse.


Evaluation factors of the greenhouse

The relief. The location of the greenhouse buildings on your land, the layout of the garden, the design of the alpine slide, the right place of the creek, the reservoir and other attributes of the landscape directly depend on the type of the relief. As for example, you will ever not start building the greenhouse on the steep slope. Therefore be sure to mark on the plan of your land the features of the relief.


The form. Your property land can have very different shapes of the structure. Such as standard geometric, rounded, elongated, in the form of a letter P, G, and so on.


The soil. Be sure to investigate the type of the soil and check its acidity. The type of the plants that you will plant on your property will depend from these important factors such as the type of the soil. You may need to do the cultivation work on your land such as bring black some more ground, the peat or the natural type of the soil; make fertilization where you plan to plant and do other types of the work. The information about the soil is recorded in a special map. You can request the report from the government institution. Also you can order soil analysis using the service of specialized laboratory or you can the choice to do it yourself using guides in the network. This action requires certain knowledge and skills. For example the acidity of the soil is checked with the help of the special litmus paper (you can buy the test in the specialized store together with instructions of how to use).


The groundwater level. Only by determining the level of groundwater occurrence we can make the conclusion whether the drainage is needed or not. This information is available in the departments of architecture and town planning of your city or State. It can be issued on your private request. You can determine the level of groundwater occurrence by yourself. To do this you should drill several wells on your property with the depth of up to two meters in the middle of the summer when there is no chance raining. After the week later check the water level in the drilled wells. If the water level is less than from one up to one and a half meters from the ground level than the soil needs the drainage system to be installed.


The winds. Many garden cultures do not tolerate with windy weather so you should check the directions and strength of winds prevailing in your area with the local weather service. The next step is the creation of the future garden plan based on the received data. Do not forget to think about the protection of the plants if your property has very strong wind weather characteristics. Maybe you are lucky and angry north winds will not harm your future garden but to avoid this situation you need to know this information in advance.


The illumination. The next necessary step is to determine the location of the property with respect to the sides of the world. The degree of illumination will depend on the location of the buildings as well as the breakdown of the flower bed gardens and the selection of suitable types of the plants.


There are a lot of additional methods for analyzing the territory of your property. We just listed only the most important and then we will tell you about the basic planning styles of the suburban area.