Landscaping Your Home With Your Dog in Mind

Canine areas are the unappealing yellow areas on turf created by the nitrogen and also salts in pet pee. One more alternative is to educate your canine to utilize a “marked shower room location,” Maintain a tiny, gravel location, a cement block, simple dust, or also dead turf geographic area and also educate your pet … Read more

Put a Great Finish on Your Concrete

Broom finish, flagstone, color, texture, swirling, and more. All finishes to newly poured concrete. And all finishes anyone can do themselves. Any one of those finishes will give your patio or sidewalk something besides the same old look. The questions are, what do you do and how do you do it? However before we get … Read more

"Crazy paving," the English call it.

In mixing paving and plants, the options are unlimited: the effects can range from tidy, formal surfaces, ready to withstand regular foot traffic, to casual bursts of foliage and flowers between stones, brick, and tiles. But the end result is the same: lively garden floors that invite people to stand or walk amid the plants. … Read more

GARDEN DREAMS.

One of the great things about garden tours is the way they inspire us. Those of us whose homes aren’t on the tour can take a look around at the perfect KLCC KLCC Kuala Lumpur City Centre (Malaysia)  in Bloom Garden Tour gives rise to these same kinds of gardening dreams. The intent of this down-to-earth … Read more

Understanding the Role of Solid Waste in Pollution

Answers must be provided about what measures are being taken to resolve this problem of solid waste in our environment. Solid waste is a collective term used to distinguish non-biodegradable materials and discards that come from sources like: Households Businesses and Commercial establishments Manufacturers or Industrial sites Biomedical sources like hospital and clinics. They are … Read more

The new smoking law in South Africa

According the World Health Organisation (WHO) tobacco kills half of those who use it and it estimates that about 700 million children or almost half of the world’s children inhale air polluted by tobacco smoke. The new South Africans laws strengthen existing legislation on smoking in public places, regulating the manufacture of tobacco products, the … Read more

A Review of City Designer 3 – Windows Software for Creating Fantasy City Maps

This is one reader’s review of a fantasy/science fiction CAD drafting program used to make overland, top-down maps. This Windows program has excellent graphics that can be used to easily drop in details for maps of cities, forests, and even boats. It also comes at a very affordable price. Overview City Designer 3 is a … Read more

From Old Tires into Recycled Rubber Pavers

Twenty years ago acres of discarded tires dotted the landscape creating much more than an eyesore. Tire fires burned out of control for months belching out thick, black clouds of dangerous toxins, contaminating the ecosystem. Today many of these auto tires are usefully recycled into rubber pavers. With the invention of the automobile came the … Read more

How to Install Flagstone for a Patio

When you start having problems with foot traffic wear patterns it may be time to look into flagstone for a patio or walkway. Flagstone pavers and patio stone can eliminate these wear patterns and replace them with beautiful pathways and gathering points for your parties. They can combat the effects of rain turning bare patches … Read more

How To Make Travertine Textured Concrete Stone Or Tile For Pennies

There are a couple of casting techniques that can be used to achieve the aged look of Travertine from concrete molds at a cost of pennies. The cast stone texture can either be the natural rough finish, or the smooth cut finish of polished Travertine. The basic techniques for casting them are the same, but … Read more