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9 Types of Unique Trailing Plants You Should Grow Indoors - balconygardenweb.com - Bolivia - city Boston
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25.01.2024 / 06:31

9 Types of Unique Trailing Plants You Should Grow Indoors

If you want cool plants for your home, try these unique trailing ones! Like Trailing Begonia with pretty leaves, Trailing Jade for hanging pots, Trailing Rosemary for fragrant greenery, and Trailing Peperomia with nice patterns. Also, check out Trailing African Violet, Trailing Ferns, Trailing Spider Plant, and Trailing Calathea. Read more about each one below.

8 Stunning Purple Trailing Plants to Grow Indoors - balconygardenweb.com
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08.12.2023 / 09:59

8 Stunning Purple Trailing Plants to Grow Indoors

The leaves of these purple trailing plants are a striking combination of deep purple and silver, with a zebra-like pattern that adds an eye-catching element to the indoor decor.

7 Stunning Black Vines and Trailing Plants to Grow Indoors - balconygardenweb.com
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03.11.2023 / 13:24

7 Stunning Black Vines and Trailing Plants to Grow Indoors

Ditch the conventional greens and infuse a dose of mystique sophistication with these Stunning Black Vines and Trailing Plants to Grow Indoors! Curious to know more? Keep scrolling to pick your favorite!

14 Indoor Creeper Plants that Trail Gracefully - balconygardenweb.com
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18.10.2023 / 12:27

14 Indoor Creeper Plants that Trail Gracefully

An empty shelf, a boring corner, a flat tabletop – all these places are perfect to put these Indoor Creeper Plants where they will be more than happy to creep with their delicate stems and beautiful foliage!

Best Wildlife Cameras 2023: top trail, nature cameras - gardenersworld.com
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07.09.2023 / 12:43

Best Wildlife Cameras 2023: top trail, nature cameras

Gardens can be a hotbed of activity for local wildlife, but much of this activity happens out of sight. Whether it’s nocturnal creatures such as badgers, foxes or hedgehogs, or elusive creatures like rabbits, we often miss a lot of the goings on in our outdoor spaces.

24 Best Trailing Perennials for Hanging Baskets and Plant Arrangements - balconygardenweb.com - Britain
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24.07.2023 / 12:37

24 Best Trailing Perennials for Hanging Baskets and Plant Arrangements

If you don’t have much space and want to include plants on a patio or in your small yard, then check out the Best Trailing Perennials for Hanging Baskets and Plant Arrangements for a fabulous display of colors!

Roasted tomatillo salsa (or is it more like jam?) - awaytogarden.com
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 23:09

Roasted tomatillo salsa (or is it more like jam?)

Everyone usually agrees that tomatillos, garlic, onion, peppers and cilantro are the basic ingredients involved, but do you simmer your tomatillo salsa on the stovetop, or simply pulse-then-blend the raw ingredients together? Perhaps it’s best to roast it in the oven till the whole thing transforms from a thin-into-thickening slurry, and finally to something more like a loose and glistening jam?On the word of my friend You Grow Girl, Gayla Trail, I went with the roasting-pan method.Since I planned to freeze (rather than can) about a dozen small jars, I didn’t have to worry about a perfect balance of acidity, or what other ingredients I added. I simply went by eye, and taste. In my first batch, I was timid about the hot peppers; in my second, I went a little bolder.

Q&a and a giveaway: you grow girl’s gayla trail - awaytogarden.com - Canada - India - city New York - county Garden
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 22:46

Q&a and a giveaway: you grow girl’s gayla trail

In a series of emails and Skype calls since I began A Way to Garden in 2008, Gayla and I have found so much shared turf:We two longtime organic gardeners can get riled up—over topics ranging from the environment, to chemical companies and the “business” of gardening in general, to dyed mulch and more (her most recent rant on offcolor mulch is way down in this post). We both overdo it—on plants, work, and a major inclination to cart home lots of rusty buckets and other “vintage” metal stuff from tag sales. We both live in the garden offseason crammed into spaces where in many rooms, the plants get a majority of the square footage. (And why not?) In addition to the usual tools, you’ll find us both with a camera in the garden, though Gayla is a professional ph

Herb salts and vinegars: preserving tips with gayla trail - awaytogarden.com
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 22:43

Herb salts and vinegars: preserving tips with gayla trail

THE HARVEST IS FINALLY ACCELERATING, which got me thinking about a tool that’s as critical to success right about now as my mower and spade: the perfect canning jar. One morning this week, over a cup of tea on Skype with my friend Gayla Trail a.k.a. You Grow Girl, we ended up having an entire conversation about them, in fact.

Dear gayla: a letter to a garden friend - awaytogarden.com
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 22:40

Dear gayla: a letter to a garden friend

SINCE YOUR VISIT last fall, I think of you every time I make pasta (brown-rice pasta, of course, because like you I try to keep the gluten to a minimum—well, unless someone bakes fresh bread and I simply cannot resist).The simple act of salting pasta water got connected to you because of that amazing herbed salt you taught me to make, the unpronounceable “salamoia Bolognese” laced with fresh garlic, sage and rosemary. Divine. I keep a little Mason jar I filled with it right beside the stove (and sometimes confess I sprinkle it, intensely salty and crunchy as it is, on other things, too; it’s amazing for roasting vegetables).  It’s also good for sticking one’s nose in when summer just seems so far away as it has some weeks lately; a pinch of warmer times.We kee

A way to grow: my new partnership! - awaytogarden.com
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 22:39

A way to grow: my new partnership!

I AM PLEASED—MAKE THAT HONORED—to announce that A Way to Garden (that’s me, Margaret Roach) is partnering with the incredible You Grow Girl dot com (that’s Gayla Trail, online since 2000 and like me, an author of multiple books) to create a marketplace of green-friendly and relevant ads for products and services that will appear on both of our sites simultaneously.

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