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Time to succumb to sweet peas, with matt mattus - awaytogarden.com - state Massachusets
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06.01.2024 / 00:45

Time to succumb to sweet peas, with matt mattus

EVERY YEAR when I get to the sweet pea listings in the seed catalogs, I think: This is the year, the year I’ll organize some supports in the garden for them, and indulge in their unmatched extravagance of color and fragrance.

18 Roses With Money Tattoo Designs - balconygardenweb.com
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03.01.2024 / 09:29

18 Roses With Money Tattoo Designs

Roses and money are two things that catch your eye, right? Now, imagine them together in cool tattoos! Wanna see the awesome designs? Keep scrolling – it’s gonna be epic!

Wintertime visitor: a rare warbler - awaytogarden.com - county Hudson - county Valley
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30.12.2023 / 15:15

Wintertime visitor: a rare warbler

I’M CELEBRATING New Year’s in the company of a rare bird and the flowers of the first of the witch hazels, neither of which is supposed to be here right now.

8 Outdated Bedroom "Rules" to Stop Following, Pros Say - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
29.12.2023 / 13:49

8 Outdated Bedroom "Rules" to Stop Following, Pros Say

If you think you know all of the «rules» involved with decorating a bedroom, you may want to think again!

7 Warning Signs Its Time to Clean Your Home - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
28.12.2023 / 19:07

7 Warning Signs Its Time to Clean Your Home

How do you know exactly when it's time to clean your home or take on an organizing project? It turns out that many common signs indicate that your home has seen better days and needs a little care, experts say.

The Best Decluttering Trick You Need, Based on Your Zodiac Sign - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
27.12.2023 / 14:57

The Best Decluttering Trick You Need, Based on Your Zodiac Sign

Even for the most organized, attempting to declutter our homes isn't always something we look forward to. While we may feel at ease having cleared surfaces and polished presentation, decluttering isn't everyone's strong suit.

Winter is Best Time for Rejuvenation Pruning in the Mid-Atlantic - finegardening.com
finegardening.com
22.12.2023 / 08:18

Winter is Best Time for Rejuvenation Pruning in the Mid-Atlantic

While a light hand is apropos for many pruning jobs, sometimes a judicious but heavy hand is needed. Rejuvenation pruning is a heavy-handed but efficient method to bring overlooked, overgrown, and mismanaged shrubs back to their full potential. It is performed by removing every branch at or a few inches above ground level with a sturdy hand saw, loppers, or even a small chainsaw. For many shrubs in Mid-Atlantic gardens, winter is the perfect time to perform rejuvenation pruning. This is because in our zonal range, most woody plants are dormant and therefore exposed cuts are less likely to become pathways for pests and diseases (which are also dormant). And, when spring weather finally arrives, the shrubs will be perfectly poised  to push new, healthy growth.   

How to Grow Winter Heath and Favorite Varieties - finegardening.com
finegardening.com
21.12.2023 / 20:54

How to Grow Winter Heath and Favorite Varieties

Winter heath (Erica carnea, Zones 5-8) is surprisingly absent from our Northeastern gardens. Species in the heath genus (Erica) are often confused or lumped in with heather (Calluna vulgaris, Zones 4-7). While heather cultivars can still be found at many garden centers and online nurseries, you may wish to avoid planting them. This species has been reported as invasive in the Northeast and parts of the Midwest. While it may not appear to spread around one’s garden, in wild areas, especially alpine, high-elevation, and coastal areas, heather has been documented as impacting the displacement of some native plants. Learn more about heaths and heathers.

A Time to Take Garden Stock | Letter from the Editor - finegardening.com
finegardening.com
21.12.2023 / 15:03

A Time to Take Garden Stock | Letter from the Editor

As I look outside my office window, I can see a serene layer of snow has begun blanketing my garden.  So, it seems like an appropriate time to celebrate the often-overlooked beauty and joys of winter gardening. While the plummeting temperatures have forced much of our gardens into a state of rest, this season actually offers a unique and magical opportunity to connect with nature in a different way.

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