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A house without a garden, like a ship without a sea. Garden home is his mood and the mood of those who live in your house. Where there is a garden near home – there can be no bad people. Remember this.

A beautiful garden is not only the work of your wife but also of you, gentlemen. You must help her. Beautiful flowers. interesting plants and trees, all this creates comfort and prerequisites for happiness under the roof of your house.

On this page, countless tips on how and what to do in your garden.

  • Q&A with Julie Thompson-Adolf, author of “Starting & Saving Seeds”
    Julie Thompson-Adolf is an obsessive organic gardener, nature nut, ecoadventurer, animal advocate, and seed lover. As an experienced gardener and garden writer, Julie is best known for her brand and blog, Garden Delights. Julie’s suburban “microfarm” is a regular site for tours and teaching. She’s a Master Gardener, has served… Read more »
  • Exclusive Offer: Celebrate the Glowpear Café Planter U.S. Launch
    The Australian-designed Glowpear café planter is now available in the U.S., so time to get al fresco! This attractive, sleek planter is mounted on wheels and, as such, designed to work in any kind of space but is ideal for urban gardening. Grow vegetables, herbs, or flowers inside or out… Read more »
  • Gardening Know How Sponsorship Recipient: Auburn University Community Garden
    This year, Gardening Know How’s School and Community Garden Sponsorship Program was fortunate enough to help support 20 gardens with $1,000 each. These gardens represent a wide array of community and school programs, from Florida to Saskatchewan and many places in between. Each has its own unique and powerful story,… Read more »
  • Top 5 DIY Hacks For Testing Your Soil
    Soil quality is one of the most important (and most commonly overlooked) aspects of gardening. Understanding the kind of soil you’re working with will go a long way in growing the right kinds of plants, and growing them successfully. But how can you understand the soil beneath your feet? Do… Read more »
  • Use Lava Soap to Remove Dirt from Hands After Gardening
    For those of us who love to garden, it’s not just the plants we enjoy, or the time spent outdoors … it’s about getting our hands dirty and becoming closer to nature. But, at the end of the day, we still need to get clean, and sometimes this can be… Read more »
  • Cat’s pollinator garden with a canyon view
    May 16, 2019 Three years ago my friend Cat Jones (check out her IG and blog) and her husband, Derrick, newly empty nesters, sold their house and Cat’s lovely garden and moved to a different home in their Steiner Ranch neighborhood, not to downsize but — fellow gardeners, can you… Read more »
  • Springtime in Mom’s garden
    May 11, 2019 Clematis ‘Jackmanii’ in full flower is like a constellation of purple stars. While strolling through my mother’s north Austin garden between rain showers last week, I was bowled over by the display. This is the best I’ve ever seen her clematis bloom. Adding more purple to the… Read more »
  • Fawn hiding in plain sight
    May 08, 2019 Walking down the driveway to the mailbox yesterday, I passed not two feet from a tiny fawn curled up on the gravel garden path atop a cushion of green sedge. She didn’t move a muscle, holding completely still in hopes I wouldn’t see her, and I played… Read more »
  • Read about my garden in Country Gardens magazine
    May 06, 2019 My garden is featured in a national gardening magazine, and I’m pretty excited about it! Grab the summer 2019 issue of Country Gardens (not just country gardens, y’all), turn to page 66, and you’ll find my article “Plant for Drought, Plan for Rain.” It’s about how I… Read more »
  • Cactus bloom for my garden class
    May 05, 2019 Just 8 hours before my garden class/tour began (the first Garden Spark Tour, a new offering from Garden Spark), the sky was falling in parts of Austin, dumping up to 7 inches of rain in just a few hours and washing out low-water crossings. Thankfully, here in… Read more »
  • Tips For Keeping Rabbits Out Of Your Garden
    Sometimes it’s better to see a pest problem as the normal way nature enters and adapts to a particular niche in the environment created by things like availability of food, cover, and absence of predators. Animals don’t appear magically on the scene for no reason, they simply exploit available food… Read more »
  • China Tells Troops to Put Down Their Guns, Take Up Their Shovels and Plant Trees
    China is going to war with a new kind of enemy — industrial air pollution. The People’s Liberation Army has reassigned 60,000 troops to plant 16 million acres of trees to help clean the air. Air pollution is such a serious problem in the country it was responsible for one-third… Read more »
  • Study: Eating Mushrooms Twice a Week Dramatically Reduces Cognitive Decline
    A new study found people who ate mushrooms at least twice a week were half as likely to develop mild cognitive impairment. Mild cognitive impairment is the stage between the expected cognitive decline of normal aging and the more serious decline of dementia. It can cause problems with memory, language,… Read more »
  • Check out this DREAM tiny house with an attached GREENHOUSE!
    Here’s an attractive modern home built by Olive Nest Tiny Homes, nicknamed The Elsa, in some ways the tiny house that’s unlike any other tiny house you’ve ever seen. When at it’s destination, the tiny house has a separate trailer that connects with it and has a greenhouse mounted to… Read more »
    It’s possible to help reduce mosquito populations around your house without using nasty chemicals. Did you know that dragonflies are the biggest predators of mosquitos and can eat hundreds of them a day? This makes them a great addition to your garden and the safest natural pest control. They keep… Read more »
  • Fly Honeysuckle: My Earliest-Blooming Native Shrub
    It still surprises me every time I see this shrub blooming. The bloodroots are waning and the trout lilies are gearing up. At best, the forest trees have tiny pinpricks of yellow, green, or red along their branches, a hint of the leaves to come. It’s early spring. But as… Read more »
  • A Garden Bed Grows Up: The Evolution of a Flower Border
    It all started with some leftover manure. Over three years ago, I needed to do something with the remaining composted manure from a gardening project before winter came. Our house is built into a hill. The backyard is lower, making the back deck a half-story above ground level. The previous… Read more »
  • The First Blooms of 2019
    Desperate times call for desperate measures. And who is more desperate than the cold climate gardener who’s been inundated with social media images of spring flowers blooming in warmer climates? Thank goodness my “desperate measures” are already in place. I’ve been planting early blooming bulbs where the snow melts first… Read more »
  • Growing The Earliest Blooms: The Challenge Continues
    In my quest to extend the gardening season by growing very early and very late blooming plants, I have begun growing “spring”-blooming* witch hazels. In 2017 I planted ‘Ripe Corn,’ ‘Orange Encore,’ and ‘Birgit’–all Hamamelis x intermedia (hybrids of H. japonica crossed with H. mollis). Only ‘Birgit’ is alive; the… Read more »
  • Buffalo Gardens and Gardening Budgets: Two Book Reviews
    I‘ve been to Buffalo, NY twice: once with the Garden Bloggers’ Fling in 2010 and once with GardenComm: Garden Communicators International in 2017. Both times I was able to view many of the best gardens on Garden Walk Buffalo–without the crowds. (Garden Walk Buffalo is a weekend in July when… Read more »

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  • How To Control Flea Beetles In The Organic Garden
    Flea beetles are tiny, but they can be very destructive garden pests. In this post, you’ll learn all about these annoying bugs, including how to identify them, what type of damage they do, prevention tips, and organic methods for controlling flea beetles. Flea beetles are one of the most frustrating… Read more »
  • Vertical Garden Maintenance & Care Tips
    Maintaining a vertical garden is easier than a traditional garden plot, but that doesn’t make it completely maintenance free. Learn all about caring for vertical gardens, including watering, fertilizing, pruning, pest and weed control, and more. Plus, I’ll give you tons of easy tips that will make vertical garden maintenance… Read more »
  • How To Make Potting Soil For Containers (with recipe!)
    Making DIY soil for container gardening is easy, and it’s cheaper than buying the commercial stuff. In this post, I share two container soil mix recipes – one for hanging planters, and the other for pots sitting on the ground. Plus, I’ll show you exactly how to make potting soil… Read more »
  • How To Tell Determinate vs Indeterminate Tomatoes
    Determinate vs indeterminate tomatoes… what the heck is the difference? In this post, I’ll explain what those terms mean, and how to tell the difference between the two types of tomato plants. Then I’ll discuss the pros and cons of each, and show you how to decide which type to… Read more »
  • 15 Fabulous Vertical Gardening Ideas & Designs
    Browsing vertical gardening ideas is a great way to get your creative juices flowing. Whether you want ideas for hanging gardens, wall mounted planters, vertical containers, or vine supports, these fabulous DIY vertical garden designs will inspire you! Vertical gardening is a popular trend right now, and I’m a huge… Read more »
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  • Torenia: Growing Clown Flower In Your Garden
    The post Torenia: Growing Clown Flower In Your Garden is by Lorin Nielsen and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. Torenia is a stunning addition to a shade garden. Whether you call it wishbone flower or another name, our tips will… Read more »
  • Easter Cactus: An Epiphytic Cactus You Can Grow
    The post Easter Cactus: An Epiphytic Cactus You Can Grow is by Lorin Nielsen and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. You don't have to wait for spring to grow the Easter cactus. This lovely epiphyte grows year round. Here's our… Read more »
  • Candytuft: Easy-Growing Perennial Border Plants
    The post Candytuft: Easy-Growing Perennial Border Plants is by Lorin Nielsen and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. Looking for a low-maintenance plant for borders, or a good erosion-control ground cover for areas with no foot traffic? Consider candytuft! The post… Read more »
  • Best Weeding Tool: What Works On Your Weeds
    The post Best Weeding Tool: What Works On Your Weeds is by Lorin Nielsen and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. When weeds are encroaching, you are going to need the best weeding tool for the task. Our buyer's guide helps… Read more »
  • Purple Waffle Plant: Lively And Lush Air Cleaner
    The post Purple Waffle Plant: Lively And Lush Air Cleaner is by Lorin Nielsen and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. Unusually-shaped leaves and stunning colors are a hallmark of the purple waffle plant. Learn how to care for yours with… Read more »
  • How To Make Holiday Cards with Pressed Flowers
    Interested in learning how to make pressed flowers? Get the whole family involved in holiday cards this year! While posing for a family photo does have a certain caché, making your own own botanical greeting cards with pressed flowers is a fun way to spend some time together this season, without… Read more »
  • We Love This Freshly Picked, Partially Recycled Yarn
    In the era of mass manufacturing– and at a time in which handmade items are enjoying renewed primacy— knitting and the art of making one’s own clothes has never been more attractive. Handcrafted luxury brands like Elizabeth Suzann and Alabama Chanin are making modern clothing by hand again, while Instagram… Read more »
  • The Best and Most Beautiful Botanical Stationary
    The art of sending letters might seem nostalgic in the digital age, but gorgeously made paper goods are like a solid black dress: they never go out of style. Whether you’re sending a handwritten birthday card or a heartfelt Thank You, nothing says sincerity quite like a beautiful card– and… Read more »
  • NYBG’s Annual Rose Garden Dinner is Once Again a Lovely Affair
    The New York Botanical Garden’s Annual Rose Garden Dinner celebrates the autumn flowering of the garden’s prodigious rose collection, which includes nearly 700 varieties. This year, the benefit honoring Marjorie Rosen raised $675,000 to Benefit NYBG’s Fund for Horticulture as well as the gorgeous Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden. This year’s event… Read more »
  • When it Comes to Supplements, The Method of Delivery Matters
    In recent years much of the discussion surrounding supplements has centered around whether or not they are sufficiently regulated– with proponents arguing that barriers to entry in long term research prevents many effective supplements from getting the attention they deserve. (Detractors, however, argue that there isn’t sufficient evidence to back… Read more »

  • Small garden design inspiration from the RHS Chelsea Flower Show
    There is so much excellent small garden design inspiration at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Double decker gardens – make your garden twice as big by having two levels....The post Small garden design inspiration from the RHS Chelsea Flower Show appeared first on The Middle-Sized Garden. Read more »
  • Discover fascinating open gardens in three historic places
    Visit annual group open gardens in three extraordinarily historic places. Discover the fascinating Medieval market town of Faversham and the ancient fishing village of Whitstable. And step behind the private walls of Canterbury Cathedral, one of the world's great monuments.The post Discover fascinating open gardens in three historic places appeared… Read more »
  • How to change your life with a gardening career
    Celebrate Garden Day by thinking about changing your career. Garden designer and TV presenter Arit Anderson's top tips for changing your career to one that you'll love.The post How to change your life with a gardening career appeared first on The Middle-Sized Garden. Read more »
  • The top plant trends for your garden this year
    How to choose the best plants for your garden in 2019 - the Middlesized Garden talks about plant trends with Hortus Loci, who supply more plants for RHS Chelsea Flower Show show gardens than any other grower. Find out why shrubs and grow-your-own are back and whether 'naturalistic' planting is… Read more »
  • How to create an easy sustainable garden
    A sustainable garden is increasingly important. We urban gardeners manage a substantial chunk of the outdoor space in any town or city. So what we do impacts our air quality,...The post How to create an easy sustainable garden appeared first on The Middle-Sized Garden. Read more »
  • Muscari Flower and Bulbs: Learn Muscari Growing and Care Info
    The genus Muscari is a group of perennial plants with over 30 species. The genus was classified in the family Liliaceae but was moved to the asparagus family Asparagaceae. In 1754, Philip Miller established the genus Muscari. The name muscari comes from the Greek word muschos, musk, referring to the scent. The common name for the… Read more »
  • Lobelia Erinus: Tips For Growing Edging Lobelias The Laguna Flower
    Lobelia erinus is commonly grown in window boxes or around the edges of gardens as an edging plant. It’s got thin basal leaves and deep blue, purple, or white flowers. The plant is native to South Africa and was first cultivated in the 1600s. It’s become a popular choice for gardens around… Read more »
  • Growing Scaevola Fan Flower: How To Care For Scaevola Plants
    Scaevola pronounced [skee-VO-luh) is a genus of flowering plants from the family Goodeniaceae with over 130 species to its name. The plants in this genus are Polynesia and Australian natives. Robert Brown (1773–1858), named the species Scaevola aemula, after the Roman soldier Gaius Mucius. The story goes that Gaius was… Read more »
  • Croton Plant Care: Learn How To Grow The Colorful Codiaeum Plants
    Good Croton plant care will produce plants with intense colors. There are many croton varieties available with a wide array of colors and leaf shapes. Crotons make excellent additions as planted or potted specimen plants to a patio, deck or terrace. Croton houseplants need lots of light to keep their… Read more »
  • Growing Furcraea Foetida: Learn Care For The False Agave
    Furcraea foetida (fer-KREE-uh FET-uh-duh) is an evergreen flowering plant from the family Agavaceae now the Asparagaceae family. It hails from northern South America and the Caribbean. However, Furcraea is cultivated in several countries, including Thailand, India, Australia, and Portugal, and many more. It looks very much like a giant variegated… Read more »



It’s not often that we come across a “law of attraction” type of product that helps you with love. Most of these products are concerned with wealth creation and living an abundant life.

But… we also live in a world where divorce rates are at an all-time high.

Relationships break up over the most trivial matters. The bookstores are filled with books such as “He’s Just Not That Into You” and “Men are From Mars. Women are from Outer Space”, etc.

All these books are about trying to find the right partner or manage a crumbling relationship. Some of the authors who wrote these books are divorced too!

So, our curiosity was piqued when we came across Manifestation Magic and one of our reviewers said that it helped her with her love life. Nothing whatsoever on the sales page mentioned anything about love.

It seemed to be all about wealth. So why did it work?

We decided to take a closer look at the program…

What You’ll Find Inside:

Before looking at the benefits of Manifestation Magic, let’s look at what you get – and you do get a lot.

  • – Quick Start Manifestation Guide (PDF, Kindle, iBook versions)
  • – Twilight Transformation Energy Orbiting Track
  • – 7 “Energy Orbiting” Tracks to Enhance Chakra Wealth Energy.
  • – The “Push Play” Audio App
  • – 60-Day, Money-Back Guarantee
  • – Bonus #1 – Chakra Power System
  • – Bonus #2 – 360 Transformation System
  • – 2 Surprise Bonuses – The Abundance Miracle System & 7 Sacred Signs

This package sure doesn’t hold back. We were quite surprised to receive so much content for a reasonably low price.

Manifestation Magic is a complete system that’s more comprehensive than most books in this genre… BUT… content alone isn’t enough.

There is still one VERY IMPORTANT question that must be answered…

Will Manifestation Magic Help You?

1. Actions that matter: The biggest problem we had with books like The Secret was that all you had to do was think positively to see results. This Pollyanna approach to manifesting wealth or anything in life sounds good but rarely works. Manifestation magic requires you to listen to the audios. This is work. It’s not hard work – but it’s necessary to work.

2. Builds a strong foundation: The reason why Manifestation Magic works and has positive testimonials is because of the science behind it. You’re gently taken from a place of lack to a place of abundance. This is crucial.

The reason it helps you with your love life is that it improves your self-esteem. You discover that you are worth more than you realize.

Manifestation Magic is not only about wealth. It fixes the underlying and fundamental issues in your thinking that is sabotaging every aspect of your life in one way or another.

It’s very difficult to do this solely with books because we are creatures of habit. So, by listening to the audios, we can delve deeply into the mind and fix the inconsistencies that are sabotaging our efforts. Manifestation Magic does this better than any book we’ve seen.

3. Consistency: By asking you to listen to the tracks daily, Manifestation Magic builds patterns of thought and habits without you even realizing it. You’re becoming more positive and your thinking is elevated to the next level.

4. Clearing out the trash: No amount of positive thinking can work if you’re still stuck in your old patterns of thinking. It’s like applying nail polish on a rash to hide it.

You must treat the problem. Manifestation magic has “Energy Orbiting” audio sessions to clear abundance blocks in your mind. By clearing the old obstacles, your path will now be clear to manifest miracles without your attempts being impeded.

5. All-Encompassing System: On the surface, Manifestation magic looked like just another run-of-the-mill self-help product. We were so wrong.

There are audios, a QuickStart guide and about 14 bonus audios that will help you with your wealth, love life, spirituality, etc. It’s so much more than a wealth attraction product and it lived up to its promises.

6. Easy to use: There’s no denying the fact that it’s easier to listen to audios rather than force yourself to think and visualize positive images when your life around you is in shambles. Manifestation Magic is a very practical and down-to-earth program that understands that you need to make changes WITHIN before you can make changes in your life. The canvas must be clean before you can create a masterpiece. We loved the audio tracks with the gentle pulsating sounds!

7. Genuine Testimonials: The official sales page has reviews from customers who have tried the product and seen changes in their life. That’s social proof that the audio tracks deliver on the promise.

8. Instant access: This is a digital product. You’ll get instant access to it and can start changing you are immediate. No shipping costs or delays.

9. 60-Day Money Back Guarantee: This point alone shows the abundance mindset that Alexander has. He has so much faith in his product that he has given you enough time to test out the product and make changes in your life.

If it doesn’t work, you can always get your money back. We’re guessing that you won’t because Manifestation Magic will add magic in your life. Still, it’s a risk-free purchase.

What are Subliminal Messages and NLP?

Subliminal messages have been around for decades. Terms such as ‘self-hypnosis’, ‘binaural beats’ etc. have been used to describe audio tracks that gently work on reprogramming your subconscious mind while you sleep.

These tracks are easy to use because they require very little effort on your part. All you do listen to them when you’re in a sleepy and more suggestive state.

NLP refers to neurolinguistic programming and it was invented by Richard Bandler and John Grinder. NLP is used to change your behavioral patterns by altering your neurological processes. It’s akin to creating new outcomes by changing your habits.

What makes Manifestation Magic so powerful is that the audio tracks that come with this program infuse both subliminal messages and NLP. That makes these tracks even more potent and effective.

Any downsides to this product?

There are a few downsides. No product is perfect… and thankfully, the only 2 cons we could find were just minor issues.

1) Can only be purchased online You’ll not be able to purchase this product from a bookstore. It’s a digital product and you need a computer and an internet connection to access and download it.

The product vendors intentionally made it this way so that they could keep the production costs low and make it affordable to the masses – and help as many people as possible.

2) Audio tracks may not be suitable for everyone

Some people may find it difficult to listen to the tracks because the frequency may be jarring to them. This is a very small minority – but it happens.

The good news is that you just need to contact the support team of Manifestation Magic and they’ll mix a new audio track for you with a different frequency that you can easily listen to – and they will do it for FREE! Excellent customer support here.

Should You Buy It?

Definitely! This product delivers what it says on the tin. You’re backed by a guarantee and you’ve nothing to lose and everything to gain.

It bridges the gap between visualization and results. The audios will accelerate your results if you’re already practicing daily visualization. It’s the missing piece of the puzzle.

There must be active if you wish to see results. Listening to the audios is the action that you must take to change your life fast and manifest the health you wish to see.

When you correct your thought patterns, not only will you make more money, but all the heartaches and relationship problems will disappear and be a thing of the past. You’ll discover what you truly want in a partner and will attract the RIGHT person into your life.

No more tears, screaming, shouting, breakups, divorces and other messy affairs. Manifestation Magic would have cleared your old negative thoughts and self-image. Your self-worth will go up and your future partner will be the one for you.

Give this program a try and you’ll never look back. Click the image below.