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Tranquil Garden is a gardening blog that’s all about showing you simple ways to create a tranquil garden retreat in your own garden. You will find inspiration, motivation, tips and techniques to improve your garden one simple step at a time. Without getting overwhelmed.

Hi, I’m Marc and I am the blogger and founder of Tranquil Garden. I am passionate about gardening, not only growing food for my family, but also working towards my own tranquil garden. You can learn more about me on the About page including my journey from a beginner gardener to where I am at now.

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My goal is to help you along your path of getting out of the rut of having a garden that is merely adequate and convert it slowly into a place you desire to hang out in. I will provide you with inspiration and that gentle push to get started making progress and stop procrastinating.

And along the way you will learn some practical techniques that you can use to improve your garden one step at a time.

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How to Prepare for Time Away from your Garden

If you are an avid gardener and attached to your garden with a virtual umbilical cord, leaving it for any period of time to go out of town for vacation is very hard. This is especially hard in spring/summer when the garden needs your attention almost every day. So if ...
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The Value of Your Own Orchard: Growing Amazing Fruit

Do you find most store bought fruit to be tasteless? Do you yearn for fresh fruit ripened naturally and full of flavour? What you need is your very own orchard! ...
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The Best Ways to Make Amazing Progress in Your Garden

A garden traditionally has always meant quite a bit of work. How do you overcome the "I have so much to do I don't know where do I start" syndrome? What are the best ways to start making progress in your garden and stop procrastinating? ...
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