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[Blog]Tips to Prepare Your Garden for Winter @LFFStore

Just like you prepare your house for winter, your garden also needs a little attention to make through the freezing winters. As the temperatures drop, your plants prepare themselves for dormancy. However, a lot still goes on under the soil. Plants continue to grow roots and earthworms and microbes remain busy at processing the organic material in the ground. Even with all the normalcy underground, your plants still need protection from the harsh weather and frigid cold. Please visit LittleFieldsFarm Blog to read some amazing tips to prepare your garden for the winter.

Tips to Prepare Your Garden for Winter

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[Blog]All You Need to Know About Indoor Gardening @LFFStore

Whether you have a sole plant in your lounge, a tiny garden in your gallery, or an elaborate indoor garden, houseplants always increase the overall aesthetic beauty of your house. Furthermore, these plants help clean the air in your house. In fact, research reveals that keeping plants inside your home has a number of health benefits. If you keep plants inside your house or are planning to, scroll down to read all you need to know about indoor gardening to make sure your plants thrive and flourish better than ever! Please visit LittleFieldsFarm Blog to read full article. 

All You Need to Know About Indoor Gardening

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[Blog]Tips for Moving and Relocating Plants @LittleFieldFarm

Relocating plants is a tricky business. Whether you are shifting your house or simply want to move a plant because it outgrew its pot, relocating requires time and attention. When done improperly, it can easily make your plants wither and die. This makes it essentially important to know what exactly you are doing when you move your plants. Here you can read some amazing tips that can help you relocate your plants without ever having to worry about damaging them at Little Fields Farm Blog!

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[Blog]Tips to Prevent Plants With Garden Netting & Frost Protection @LinkedIn

Every gardener has gone through that phase, where after spending countless hours of tending, watering and feeding their plants, a pest plague or some extreme weather damages the plants and wipes out all of their hard work. However, by implementing some simple tips and tricks you can prevent this tragic situation without using chemicals and it is a cheap solution too. Here are some tips and facts related to Garden Netting and Frost Protection you can read at LinkedIn.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/tips-prevent-plants-garden-netting-frost-protection-emily-vincent/

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[Blog]5 Vital Gardening Tools Every Gardener Must Have @Medium

Gardening is undoubtedly an advantageous, engaging, and sustainable activity. It’s an excellent way to exercise, and at the same time is an effort towards improving our surrounding. We all are aware of the benefits that plants (no matter small or large) offers us with, they even ensure our healthy well-being. But, maintaining a garden is not an easy task, it requires a dedication to keeping up a beautiful garden along with some necessary garden tools. Read full blog here at Medium.com.

5 Vital Gardening Tools Every Gardener Must Have

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[Blog]Gardening 101: How to Water Your Plants? @LFFStore

Do you know the three essentials of gardening? Water, Ample amount of sunlight, Fertilised Soil. Apart from this, they need your care and devotion. If you fail to care for your plants, you will soon witness your flowerbeds wilting away. Now nature gives you a hand in maintaining the sunlight and the soil to meet the plant’s requirements. This leaves you with the sole responsibility of watering the garden. Read full article here at LittleFieldsFarm.

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