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Understanding the space you have available for gardening is an important first step for any gardening enthusiast. Whether you live on several rural acres or in a Manhattan apartment, GardenGuides.com is here to help you make the best use of your gardening space. GardenGuides.com has created content to help with indoor gardening, greenhouses, container gardening, urban gardens, and yard and lawn gardens. Designed to provide something for everyone, let Gardenguides.com assist you with your gardening space.

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  • Planting Wax Myrtle Hedge

    Hi Guys! I need help. All this gardening stuff is new to me and I want to do things right. I want to plant some Wax Myrtle for a privacy hedge (only need a 20 foot strip covered). I have read and heard that spacing them 5 feet apart is… More

  • My first vegetable garden

    ...st veggie garden. I have a lot planted in a small space. I tried to maximize the space by making trellises from small trees in the backyard. Still... I planted a little too much, and had to remove some plants. I had no idea how huge zucchini… More

  • Small Garden Idea's

    ...am currently working on idea's for my small urban garden and would like to know if any of you have any idea's. It would need to have a patio and I was thinking of not having any lawn as its such a small space. Also I like the… More

  • Newbie question: distance between plantings

    Hi, Brand new to gardening and trying to figure out what I'm doing... Obviously all flowers have guidelines on spacing. When you make a purchase, you're given guidance on how far apart to plant them from each other. What are these rules based on? Is that because the root structures… More

  • planting two like vegetable plants in one hole

    ...in one hole to make it look fuller and to save on space if there is… More

  • New to Gardening

    ...ive in new york state. i have the space to grow a garden, now, and that's just what i'm hoping to do. i'm here to get ideas on how to keep my garden naturally. i have composted manure...and an endless supply of manure, for… More

  • New garden advice welcomed!

    ...truckloads of generic dirt and has been using the space to do "public art". It's a particularly crummy location, which is why… More

  • Squash in the Corn

    To conserve garden space, I'm toying with the idea of planting the butternut squash between the rows of corn and just letting it run whereever. Any thoughts on this idea? More

  • Hi, to everyone

    ... berry patch and came across this. A My space for Gardener's how cool is that! More

  • Building a huge Butterfly and Hummingbird Garden...

    ...just need help with one issue...that with all the gardening books I have, they make no mention of how to arrange plants with space in a garden to be able to weed and harvest seeds (when the time comes)...only how far to space each plant from… More

  • Planting Tool s & Ideas

    Plant Spacing Grid, We,Jake, Maggie & Myself Use a piece of Concrete Wire Mesh with 6x6 holes We have made a 2' wide by 4' long 32 plant/seed spacing grid, It worked great on the Onion Set Spacing (all 800 of them). The Twins and You know who love this… More

  • Help to identfy

    ...rs. I haven't had any luck finding it at my local gardening stores. I have seen it on a tall brick retaining wall growing in the open spaces. Does anyone have any ideas… More

  • Hello

    ...here! It looks very interesting! I have only been gardening for a short while and am open to suggestions. We have a vegetable garden this year and I have a couple spaces where I started flowers last year. Just wanted to stop in here and say… More

  • Crawl Space Gardening?

    ...ose up any spaces on the link. www.learn2grow.com/gardeningguides/seasonalgardening/winter/crawlspacegardening.aspx More

  • Free Garden Tool Giveaway!

    ... to sustainable living and topics such as organic gardening, natural health, green homes and renewable energy. They are currently offering a chance to win a set of 10 new gardening tools The winner will receive 5 large NRG PRO tools and 4 NRG… More

  • Growing our own in Melbourne, Australia Self Sufficient Gardens Report

    ... project discussing sustainable, self-sufficiency gardening in Melbourne has found an increasing trend toward sustainable, self-sufficient gardening and highlights broader influences impacting on this, and uncovers a variety of community gardens and educational opportunities. The research involved consultation with many participants at the forefront of community and self sufficient… More

  • New to gardening, want to try veggies

    ...spot of the backyard. I only have about a 20 x 30 space to work with. I was thinking about some raised beds because of the limited space. Where do I start? More

  • "California Home Gardener"

    I visited mastergardeners.org which led me to "Garden tips for Los Angeles County" (other Cali. County info. available). Thought people from Cali might want to know about the sites and people from Los Angeles (are there any? :( ) would want to read the following I copied from http://celosangeles.ucdavis.edu/Garden_Tips_for_Los_Angeles_County/January.htm "January… More

  • Growing our own in Melbourne, Australia Self Sufficient Gardens Report

    ... project discussing sustainable, self-sufficiency gardening in Melbourne has found an increasing trend toward sustainable, self-sufficient gardening and highlights broader influences impacting on this, and uncovers a variety of community gardens and educational opportunities. The research involved consultation with many participants at the forefront of community and self sufficient… More

  • Gardening in small spaces

    Hi all, I am new to successful gardening. Oh, I am no stranger to gardening, I just used to be a really good serial plant killer. I told you I was new to "Successful" gardening. :0 Anyway, I would love to expand my gardening horizons. Some of you probably have… More

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