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Summer in Tingshu’s Front Garden - finegardening.com - state Massachusets
finegardening.com
26.12.2023 / 09:54

Summer in Tingshu’s Front Garden

We’re visiting with Tingshu Hu from Massachusetts again today. We’ve visited their beautiful garden in the spring  when the flowering trees are stealing the show, and today they’re sharing their garden in the summer, with photos they took in June:

Five things I plan to change in my garden in 2024 - Adam Frost - gardenersworld.com
gardenersworld.com
22.12.2023 / 12:17

Five things I plan to change in my garden in 2024 - Adam Frost

Would you believe we’re now going into our third year in our ‘new’ garden? I’m not sure where that time went!

How Often Can I Apply Sulfur to My Lawn | Sulfur Application in Garden - balconygardenweb.com - county Garden
balconygardenweb.com
22.12.2023 / 05:11

How Often Can I Apply Sulfur to My Lawn | Sulfur Application in Garden

Want to know the secret to a lush, green, and thriving lawn and the right tools? Keep reading to find out How Often Can I Apply Sulfur to My Lawn and transform your garden into an envy-inducing show-stopper!

More from Kathy’s Sacramento Garden - finegardening.com - New Zealand - state California - county Garden
finegardening.com
21.12.2023 / 11:57

More from Kathy’s Sacramento Garden

Kathy Sandel sent in just a few more photos of hercurrent garden in Sacramento, California, and I couldn’t resist sharing them:

Will you be embracing fashionable new gardening trends in 2024? - gardenersworld.com - county Garden
gardenersworld.com
20.12.2023 / 12:19

Will you be embracing fashionable new gardening trends in 2024?

It’s the classic January flex when we start looking forward to the end of winter and the re-awakening of the garden.

Step inside Adam Frost's garden for an exclusive tour - gardenersworld.com
gardenersworld.com
20.12.2023 / 12:19

Step inside Adam Frost's garden for an exclusive tour

In this exclusive video for BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine subscribers, Adam Frost takes us on a private tour of his garden.

Creating Festive Magic: Crafting Your Own Christmas Decoration - gardencentreguide.co.uk
gardencentreguide.co.uk
18.12.2023 / 13:49

Creating Festive Magic: Crafting Your Own Christmas Decoration

In the enchanting realm of Christmas decorations, the first step is to decide on a theme that reflects your unique style. Whether you're drawn to traditional reds and greens or contemporary metallics, your theme sets the stage for a cohesive and visually stunning display. Imagine your Christmas tree adorned with baubles, ribbons, and ornaments all harmonizing in a symphony of festive hues. Take a moment to brainstorm and let your creativity flow; perhaps a winter wonderland with snowflakes and glittering whites, or a rustic theme featuring natural elements like pinecones and burlap. Your chosen theme will infuse your space with the warmth and joy of the season.

Your gardening questions answered: Should I get my houseplants watered while I’m away over winter? - irishtimes.com - Switzerland
irishtimes.com
17.12.2023 / 05:33

Your gardening questions answered: Should I get my houseplants watered while I’m away over winter?

Q: I’m going away for Christmas, but I’m a bit concerned about all my houseplants in my absence. Do you think it would be a good idea to get a friend to pop by (we’ll be gone for nearly a fortnight) to water them while I’m gone? SK, Dublin

Jazz Up Your Garden with Annuals You Can Easily Grow from Seed - finegardening.com
finegardening.com
06.12.2023 / 22:53

Jazz Up Your Garden with Annuals You Can Easily Grow from Seed

You know that old saying that “friends don’t let friends grow annuals”? I now ignore that sentiment. Some of the best plants in my garden are annuals, and they are more than worth the effort of growing them every year. Annuals add bold color to my containers and beds, fill in spaces beautifully, and bloom for longer than any coneflower (Echinacea spp. and cvs., Zones 3–9) or phlox (Phlox spp. and cvs., Zones 3–9), so they bridge the flowering gaps between my perennials’ bloom times. But over the last few years as I’ve strolled the ever-more-homogenized aisles of the garden centers in my area, I’ve found myself bored silly, and in sticker shock. I always buy a few standard sweet potato vines (Ipomoeabatatas cvs., annual), calibrachoas (Calibrachoa cvs., annual), and coleus (Plectranthus scutellarioides cvs., Zones 10–11), of course, but if I want something a little different, I grow it from seed.

Encourage robins to your garden this Christmas - theenglishgarden.co.uk - Britain
theenglishgarden.co.uk
06.12.2023 / 14:35

Encourage robins to your garden this Christmas

Robins can lose up to 10% of their body weight keeping warm over a single winter’s night. With reports that the La Nina weather system may bring harsh cold spells in winter 2022-23, added to the problem of disappearing food sources and habitats over the UK, robins – and other garden birds – could do with some support this season.

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