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Is your landscape ‘undergrown’? with nancy lawson - awaytogarden.com - Usa - state Maryland
awaytogarden.com
27.01.2024 / 12:33

Is your landscape ‘undergrown’? with nancy lawson

AS SHE OFTEN DOES, naturalist and nature writer Nancy Lawson—perhaps known better to some of you as the Humane Gardener after the title of her first book—caught my attention the other day.

Your gardening questions answered: What’s wrong with my jasmine? - irishtimes.com
irishtimes.com
27.01.2024 / 05:07

Your gardening questions answered: What’s wrong with my jasmine?

Q: I have a winter flowering jasmine, growing profusely on a 3m-high north-facing wall. For most of its six years, it has produced an abundance of flowers, from early November until March. During the recent summer, I took a lot of its stems, which had bunched at about 2m, and gently stretched them out along a series of horizontal wires. This November I can only see a handful of flowers (less than 10). Did my gentle summer manipulation cause this drop in flowers and if so, how? CD, Co Dublin

Reese Witherspoon’s Snow Latte is Controversial Online - bhg.com
bhg.com
26.01.2024 / 22:33

Reese Witherspoon’s Snow Latte is Controversial Online

If there’s one thing celebrity recipes are guaranteed to do, it’s spark a (lightly-controversial) conversation in the comments of their social media. Reese Witherspoon did just that after she shared a new creation with the world on TikTok January 18: a mug of snow mixed with cold brew topped with salted caramel and chocolate drizzle.

12 Indoor Plants That Bloom According to 12 Months - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
25.01.2024 / 10:57

12 Indoor Plants That Bloom According to 12 Months

These blooming specimens are according to the twelve months of the year to ensure you get flowers 365 days annually!

32 Fascinating Things Everyone with an Aloe Plant Needs to Know - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
23.01.2024 / 11:11

32 Fascinating Things Everyone with an Aloe Plant Needs to Know

Aloe has many benefits — it's a natural remedy for sunburn, promotes skin health, and aids in wound healing. Use it for hair care, acne treatment, and as a makeup remover. But that's not all, it's for improving digestion, soothing minor burns, and repelling insects. You can create homemade lip balms and hand sanitizers with its gel, too. With potential health advantages like blood pressure regulation and immune system boosting, aloe is a versatile plant. Read more below!

If You See This on Your Plants and Trees, Remove Immediately - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
23.01.2024 / 11:11

If You See This on Your Plants and Trees, Remove Immediately

Bagworms are caterpillars that make homes using twigs and silk. If you see bags hanging from your plants, they might be bagworms, causing harm by eating leaves and adding weight to branches. You can remove them manually, use insecticides with Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt), or invite birds and wasps to control them. If the problem persists, consult a pest control professional.

Galanthophilia! a passion for snowdrops, with david culp - awaytogarden.com
awaytogarden.com
20.01.2024 / 01:29

Galanthophilia! a passion for snowdrops, with david culp

DAVID CULP is a self-professed Galanthophile, a lover and passionate, longtime collector of snowdrops in all their various incarnations. He’s also a host of the annual Galanthus Gala symposium, which happens the first weekend of March in Downingtown, PA, and virtually online, too, for those of us who want to join in without even leaving home, as I did last year, and will again this time around.

6 Tallest Jade Plant Varieties - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
19.01.2024 / 09:41

6 Tallest Jade Plant Varieties

These tallest jade plant varieties can grow really tall if you live take care of them in a right manner along with some pruning and support!

6 Types of Butt Plants - balconygardenweb.com - South Africa
balconygardenweb.com
18.01.2024 / 08:11

6 Types of Butt Plants

Ever seen plants that look like a person's funny bottom? Nature has a sense of humor, giving us plants that playfully resemble human butts. From cheeky succulents called Lithops to comically bottom-shaped Butternut Squash and peaches with a peachy behind, there's even a plant named «Horse’s Balls.» Find out more below.

9 Plants That Look Like Boobs and Breasts - balconygardenweb.com - China
balconygardenweb.com
17.01.2024 / 10:31

9 Plants That Look Like Boobs and Breasts

Discover the funny side of gardening with plants that resemble boobs and breasts! From Breast Milk Fruit to Boob Cactus, these plants might make you giggle. Just be careful, some lookalikes are poisonous, like the Nipple Fruit. Learn more below.

When and Where to Plant Narcissus - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
17.01.2024 / 10:31

When and Where to Plant Narcissus

Planting narcissus is about timing. In cold places, like the North, plant in fall from late September to late November. In warmer areas, plant in late fall to early winter. For moderate regions, mid to late fall is best. If planting indoors, chill bulbs for 12-15 weeks, then plant in well-draining soil. Place the pot in a cool, dark spot until shoots appear, then move to a sunny place. Learn more below.

Winter plants with colourful stems - theenglishgarden.co.uk - Britain - Jordan
theenglishgarden.co.uk
16.01.2024 / 17:07

Winter plants with colourful stems

Anyone in search of planting ideas for their garden in the colder months is spoilt for choice when it comes to sources of inspiration. Up and down Britain there are sterling examples of gardens planted for winter interest: Cambridge University Botanic Garden boasts one of the earliest; Wakehurst Place is home to one of the more recent; then there’s Bodnant, Dunham Massey, the Savill Garden – the list goes on. One thing they have in common though is that they’re all quite large, and gardeners could be forgiven for feeling they need a separate ‘winter area’ or hefty acreage to create anything worthwhile in their own plots. Not so, says David Jordan, senior gardener at Anglesey Abbey, who cares for its well-known Winter Garden and has a host of winter plants to recommend that will easily integrate into your existing garden.

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