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Idea Of ​​Utilizing Used Goods As A Place For Gardening

September 27, 2012 By: home Category: Garden Design

Gardening does not always require vast land, we can adjust to the conditions of our homes. If we are a small or home design minimalist we can utilize pot. So you can outsmart the limited land in your home. Gardening can be one of the alternative activities for your leisure time. In addition, gardening is also proven to keep you from stress.

Idea Gardening
Unfortunately, for the beginner, gardening usually just bring new problems. Generally beginners tend to concentrate on fulfilling the gardening tools, pots, soil, and fertilizers are expensive. it will drain your wallet and add to your expenses. so that you can save money and can make your minimalist home garden. make use of used goods in the home that may be unique to the container or potted plants. You do not need a lot of money, but just need a little creativity and a lot of humor. consider the following 5 ideas to make a garden by utilizing items that are not used in your home:

1. Pot of shoes
Pot of shoes

Pot of shoes with cactus plants (gardenswag.com)

Some plants can be grown anywhere. One of the plants strong and can grow anywhere it is succulent plants. However, make no mistake, it is not a cactus succulent. Although it is part of the succulent cactus, but not all succulents are cacti. Succulent minimal maintenance. He grows slowly and requires little space and a little water. Therefore, unusual containers such as used shoes can be a match for succulent.

2. Cement block
pot Cement block

Use of cement blocks (grosgrainfabulous.blogspot.com)

In addition to shoes, you can also succulent pot plant in the cement. The trick, fill the hiatus on cement blocks with soil and planting some type of succulent.

3. Fountain
pot Fountain

Utilizing the former fountain (hiasantamanrumah.wordpress.com)

Because the characters are not quickly destroy succulent construction, even the succulent you can plant in the walls of your home. Another idea, use an unused fountain in your home as a pot.

4. Art
pot Art

Pot of drinking water that has been used as (jayaschool.org)

Also use art items are slightly damaged, chipped, or do not wish to display in the house as a potted succulent. You can make use of masks, statues, drinking water, a pot or urn for your succulent. The trick, fill it with soil, and plant your succulent there.

5. Bucket
pot Bucket

Pot of buckets used (infosayangibumi.blogspot.com)

Do not forget also other items such as steel buckets, milk cans, jars, and bottles. Unused goods this will give accent to your garden. So, do not hesitate, succulent plant in the “mini park” new you. just the idea that the pot is more beautiful flowers from the bucket, make a bucket beside slices (see picture above) pretty right.. Easy, relatively inexpensive, and allows you to create your heart’s content. source: kompas.com

10 Tricky Mazes, May Want to Create in Your Garden? :D

February 24, 2012 By: home Category: Garden Design

10 labyrinth of intricate designs in the world. want to make in the garden? Labyrinths / puzzle mazes are the most amazing and challenging to solve. The following 10 most amazing maze that might be one of the must-see sights.

1. Longleat Hedge Maze (UK)
Mazes

Maze created by Greg Bright in 1975. referred to as the world’s longest maze. an area of ​​0.6 hectares, the total lines in it along the 2.72 kilometer. Interestingly, in the middle of the bridge there so we could see the shape of the labyrinth of heights.

2. Reignac-sur-Indre Maze (France)

Indre Maze

Labirin Reignac-sur-Indre located in Touraine, made ​​in 1996, an area of ​​about 4 hectares. A circular shape reminds us of the crop-circle phenomenon. Every year there are about 85,000 tourists visit this place.

3. York Maze, a Star Trek tribute (UK)

York Maze

York Maze created thanks to Tom Pearcy creations to commemorate the 40th Star Trek. Consists of 1.5 million plants on an area of ​​13 acres to form a maze in York. Reportedly, this maze design technology via satellite, so to change or move the track can be as accurate as possible.

4. Ashcombe Maze (Australia)

Ashcombe Maze

Located in Shoreham, the eastern part of the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria. Labyrinth path 3 meters high with a line width of 2 meters. In these places planted 217 types of roses, so it could become a favorite rose lovers.

5. Pineapple Garden Maze (Hawaii)

Pineapple Garden Maze

Pineapple Garden Maze precisely in Wahiawa Hawaii. In this place there is a maze with intricate path along 3 miles, made ​​up of 14,000 plant species found in Hawaii such as hibiscus, Croton, Panax, heliconia, and even pineapple. no wonder, the maze was recorded in the Guinness Book of Records 2001.

6. Il Labirinto (Italia)

Il Labirinto

This maze has been around since the beginning of the 1700s, is located in the town of Stra, near Venice. Precisely in the Villa Pisani. According to the story, in the year 1807 Napoleon had lost here.

7. Snake Maze (UK)

Snake Maze

Michael bLee (62 years) spent several months creating a 2.5 acre maze at Gore Farm forms, Upchurch, near Rochester, Kent. He was known as the creator of the labyrinth in the mainland UK subordinates. Snake Maze is a labyrinth of the most complex ever made by Mr.bLee this.

8. Hampton Court Maze (UK)

Hampton Court Maze

Britain’s most famous maze. Plants that have been planted since the days of William of Orange between the years 1689 – 1695 by George London and Henry Wise. 1350 square meter area, with a path length of 0.8 km. Hampton Court maze has been published in the novel “Three Men in a Boat” by Jerome K.

9. Peace Maze (Irlandia)

Peace Maze

Maze was officially opened in 2001, planted by people in northern Ireland. covers an area of ​​1.1 acres with a path length of 3147 meters. Made with 6000 yew trees.

10. Davis’ Mega Maze (USA)

Davis' Mega Maze

Located in Massachusetts, located on an area of ​​Davis’ Farmland, a farm family. Uniquely, the shape of the path in this maze of constantly changing every year. Adrian Fisher who designed this maze of forms in Dorse, England. That said, every year as many as 12 800 hours spent working to create new forms a labyrinth path in this place.

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