If you love DIY ideas and you have a green thumb then starting a windowfarm is a smart idea. A windowfarm will let you do a lot with the little amount of space you have. The indoor windowfarms allows the crops to take full advantage of the light and vertical space available at the windows.
If you live in an individual house, either yours or rented, you probably have a yard surrounding it and at least a couple of trees around the property. People living in apartments, way above the ground, are probably envious of you but have no idea about the issues that comes with a backyard. One of these issues is having a tree that needs to be removed, either because it’s dangerous or for aesthetical reasons. The good thing is you can call to the services of tree removal experts as it is highly recommended to do so. Never rush into tree removal or attempt to do it yourself if you aren’t a professional or don’t know what you are doing. Here are 7 things you should know before tree removal: http://bit.ly/2tm4Nnv
Starting your own vegetable garden? When choosing what to grow, have a plan and research which plants will work for you and your area. It's a good idea to start with seasonal planting - a gardening calendar will help you work out which vegetables and fruits grow in which months, and when to harvest depending on where you live. Here's a quick guide to know more: http://bit.ly/2D2uGbo
Did you know? Having healthy soil in your garden is your plants avoid insect pests. Healthy soil equals healthy plants grown in robust and healthy plants can fight off diseases with ease. To boost your garden’s prospects of giving you the healthiest possible plants, start with a high-quality soil that has fewer chemicals which over time will accumulate salts.